Samsung has put all the rumors and speculation to an end. The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) has been officially launched with a triple-camera configuration. The meticulously built smartphone is [a lot] cheaper than the P20 Pro from Huawei that also bears a triple lens camera.
Keeping the camera aside, for a while, the phone has a 6-inch Super AMOLED display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and no notch. The display, no wonder, is one of the best in the business offering vivid colors and pure blacks. There’s an unspecified octa-core chipset inside that boasts a 2.2GHz CPU. The chipset is backed up by three memory variants: 4GB/64GB, 4GB/128GB, and 6GB/128GB. All with a microSD card slot.
Let’s talk about the crown jewel of the phone, the triple back camera. Out of the trio, the first one is a 24MP primary sensor with f/1.7 lens, the second being an 8MP ultra-wide f/2.4 lens with a 120-degree viewing angle, and the remaining one is a 5MP depth sensor. Quite different than you get in the P20 Pro, which came with a monochrome and telephoto lens. The front is 24MP f/2.0 selfie camera.
For security, this time Samsung has rather taken a unique approach by implementing a fingerprint scanner on the right side of the frame. The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) is powered by an average 3,300mAh battery and runs on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.
As far as pricing is concerned, the phone will go on sale this fall with a starting price of $410. As for the availability in Nepal, we could see this device within a month of its international launch.