How much is Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 in Nigeria?
Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 Price in Nigeria and Where to buy- Samsung continues the mid-range A series models by releasing an improved Galaxy A9. This was released as the successor to the Galaxy A9 of 2016. It is part of the 4th generation 2018 A series lineup.
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The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018 version of course) became the first ever camera in the world to feature a quad camera setup and comes with Bixidy. It also supports Dolby Atmos immersive sound technology.
Physically, the Galaxy A9 can be described as having a 6.3 inch Super AMOLED infinity display and has curved edges similar to the Galaxy A8. It also does not have a curved display and has an aspect ratio of 18:5:9. The frame features a gorilla glass front panel and reflective glass back panel and comes in three colours; Caviar black, lemonade blue and bubblegum pink.
Talking about that game changing quadruple camera setup, the breakdown of the four cameras include a Primary 24MP f/1.7 sensor for normal photography, an Ultra wide 8MP f/2.4 sensor with a 1200 viewing angle, a telephoto 10MP f/2.4 sensor with 2x optical zoom and a 5MP depth sensor for effects such as Bokeh. The front camera has been upgraded to a 24MP sensor with its own dedicated feature. The criticism of the camera is the poor detail in pictures and also disappoints in video production.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 runs on the Samsung Experience 9.0 on Android 8.0(Oreo) and the processor is a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC consisting of four performance 2.2 GHz Kyro 260 CPU and four efficient 1.8 GHz Kyro 260. It also features the Adreno 512 CPU. It provides 6GB of RAM and 8GB in some units. The internal memory is 128GB expandable to 512GB. Some models of the A9 support dual SIM.
The battery life is quite decent. With the 3800 mAh non-removable battery which surprisingly is slightly less than the 2016 A9. However, the A9 can go up to 11 hours of talk time and up to 20 hours of music play so it’s quite decent and features a C-port supporting fast charging.
In the Nigerian market, the A9 goes for between 80,000 naira and 100,000 on Jumia and Konga.
Overall, the phone seems to be better than its predecessor but disappoints in build, camera and sound. The room for improvement of this phone is very large. It is not capable of rivaling similar products like the One Plus 6T and I hope Samsung clears these errors in the pro versions .
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