Best Buy Flyer Samsung Galaxy A9 Review 2019
Best Buy Flyer Samsung Galaxy A9 Review 2019 available right now. The Samsung Galaxy A9, the world’s first smartphone with 4 rear cameras, brings a new breath to the middle segment. The Samsung Galaxy A9 also makes a difference with its infinite screen and color-shifted body. The 2018 smartphone market was very active. Especially in 2018, Samsung had a successful year with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 models. The Samsung Galaxy A9, the world’s first 4-camera phone with a back camera, made a surprise before the end of 2018, and suddenly attracted the attention of technology enthusiasts. Samsung Galaxy A9, launched in October last year and positioned in the upper-middle segment, came to our office before the end of the year and we had the opportunity to review the phone in detail. Galaxy A9, which we tested for a long time, is a first in the industry with its camera system. The most curious side of the Samsung Galaxy A9 is the camera that has 4 cameras behind it, but it also draws attention with its phone design and endless display. Let’s talk about the design of the device before the performance of the camera and processor that Galaxy A9 offers. Samsung is well positioned Turkey has sent us the phone models with petrol blue choose colors that though the Galaxy A9 night candy pink and black color options. Obviously we liked the most petro-blue color in this model. The Galaxy A9 has a striking design that impresses those who see it with its color transitioned body.
If you are someone who cares about design, let’s say the Galaxy A9 will satisfy you. As with the upper segment phones, it is not preferred for the flagship smart phones with its phone design where glass and metal materials are preferred. The Galaxy A9, which is located in the middle-top segment, does not come up with a notched design concept that is frequently encountered recently. Using a thin display frame at the top and bottom, instead of a notched design, Samsung uses an endless display on the Galaxy A9. There are no physical buttons on the front and the power and volume buttons on the right side of the phone. The Bixby button is on the left side of the phone. At the top of the Galaxy A9 is the Nano SIM card and microSD card input, and the bottom part is the USB-C and headphone jack. Next to the USB-C, the loudspeaker comes along. By the way, let’s state. The Galaxy A9 is unfortunately a speaker. It’s a pity that the stereo A9 didn’t offer a stereo speaker experience when it was accustomed to the stereo speaker experience in recent phones. Although there is a loudspeaker in the phone, it also offers a high sound experience. The Galaxy A9, which won our hearts with its stylish design, is the processor performance. The Galaxy A9 uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 processor and 6 GB of RAM. As known, the Snapdragon 660 processor is a processor that powers mid-segment phones. We have also tested the performance of the Galaxy A9 in the PUBG game. The Galaxy A9 did not meet high-end telephones, but it met our expectations. Although the availability of 6 GB of RAM is good for the transitions between tabs, let’s say that the phone doesn’t perform well. If you’re a user of a phone log, let’s say the Galaxy A9 is a good choice for you.
Geekbench’s single-core performance was 1.605, receiving 140,085 from the phone AnTuTu, which received 5.824 from its multi-core performance. We’re also pleased with the screen performance of the phone, featuring a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED endless display with a resolution of 2.220 x 1.080 pixels. Presenting its success in display on every model, Samsung is also shining on a sharp, vibrant and bright display on the Galaxy A9. We tested the battery life and the phone is quite assertive. The phone comes with a 3,800 mAh battery and offers a battery life of up to two days if you don’t get the phone brightness to the next level and you don’t get too much touched by the phone. The phone can be charged in about 1 hour and 40 minutes thanks to fast charging support. Let’s not forget. Security systems such as facial recognition and fingerprinting are not forgotten.