Isn’t it obvious? When it comes to camera quality, there are few brands and phone models that can actually compete with Samsung smartphones. The brand puts an obvious lot of work in ensuring that their flagship devices are top-notch when it comes to image quality. The high point and perhaps the most significant feature of the Samsung Galaxy A9 is its rear and front cameras. These cameras do not only give you sharp, clear and bright pictures but also produce great pictures even in low-light conditions. The A9 packs a front camera of 24MP.
However, one of the most mind-blowing innovations of the phone is the presence of four cameras on the rear. Each of these rear cameras has their peculiarities and offer you a large range of picture-taking options. The first of them is a 24MP camera which is in auto mode by default. The next rear camera is of 8MP that offers you incredible viewing angles when taking shots. Followed by that is a 5MP camera which is the live focus mode, while the last is a 10MP telephoto lens camera that an optical zoom of over two times the main camera. The phone’s camera is designed in a way that allows you to choose any of the rear cameras whose features you’d like to activate while taking your shots.
When you think of the design of the Samsung Galaxy A9, two words readily come in mind - smart and light. The mid-range smartphone comes in a sleek, attractive, appealing and compact design that makes it both easy to hold and easy to operate. With an almost total bezel-less design, the A9 instantly comes across as an expensive, yet functional design that anyone who is a fan of phones would love. Its premium design features a glass cover on the front and back and metal coverings or frames on the sizes. On the rear is a fingerprint scanner for obvious security reasons, similar to a number of other Samsung flagship phones. The volume, power/lock buttons retain their traditional positions on the right, making it quite convenient for you to move from the fingerprint scanner on the back to the right whenever you want to lock your phone or increase volumes. On the left side of the A9 is Samsung’s Bixby button, Apple’s similar feature for a voice assistant like Siri. Prior to the release of the A9, the Bixby button was only available to Samsung’s latest flagship phones.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 comes in different colours including the Bubblegum Pink, Lemonade Blue and Caviar Black, each of these available in fanciful double-tones.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 has a screen display of 6.3 inches. This could make it look like it comes across as heavy. However, with a 183g weight, the phone is just very comfortable to hold and carry around. It features the usual SuperAMOLED Full HD+ display alongside a huge screen resolution of 1080 x 2220 pixels. It is no gainsaying that the A9 comes with vibrant and extra-appealing colours- and this does not just apply to shots taken with its cameras. Colours are clear, bright and sharp, perfect for the eyes, irrespective of whatever you’re doing on your phone.
With a battery capacity of 3800mAh, the Samsung A9 comes with a decent battery performance that might not exactly be exceptional for everyone. Perhaps surprisingly, Samsung does not include the wireless charging feature common to its flagship phones which all come with glass covers. Nonetheless, the mid-range smartphone has a fast-charging feature so that even if you’re running out of power, you can get it back up and running in just a few minutes.
Speaking in terms of performance, the phone packs a praiseworthy RAM of 6GB. This, coupled with an Octa-core Exynos 7885 processor, offers you a swift and commendably fast user experience. Of course, phone problems like lagging or freezing, which are common to most low-end phones and some mid-range phones fly out of the window here. Applications are loaded pretty fast and you can easily switch from one app to the other under the twinkle of an eye without issues. It runs on the Android 8.0 Oreo and is upgradeable to the Android 9 Pie operating system.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 does come with a huge internal storage memory of 128GB, which, most of the time, will be more than enough to carry all your applications, documents, weighty videos, music, games and more. In the case where you need some more space, it can also be expanded by up to 512GB with a microSD.
ROM: 128GB (expandable by up to 512GB)
Front camera: 24MP
Rear camera: 24MP + 8MP + 5MP + 10MP
Display: 6.3-inch Super AMOLED HD+ display
Screen resolution: 1440 x 2220 pixels
Colours: Bubblegum pink, Caviar black, Lemonade Blue
Performance: Octa-core Exynos 7885 processor
Operating system: Android 8.0 Oreo
Battery capacity: 3800mAh
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A9 is an efficient, stylish and powerful phone, perfect for young adults and social media enthusiasts. Jumia is your best bet if you are on the search for an authentic Samsung A9 smartphone online in Nigeria at the best range of prices. Take advantage of our mouthwatering deals specifically for you and enjoy our seamless, trustworthy and convenient methods of payment. Order now.