The rumored Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) shapes up to be an exciting mid-range smartphone. The quad-camera setup has been mentioned by several sources while today a benchmark profile reveals what's ticking under the hood.
As you can see, the multi-core score is 5844 and the sheet gives away a Snapdragon 660 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM, running Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box and a model number SM-A9200. That's a considerable step up from the triple camera Galaxy A7. But not getting Android 9.0 Pie months after it's out is still rather disappointing.
The previous leak suggested that a Snapdragon 660 is running the show and since the manufacturer rarely equips its handsets with Qualcomm chips, it's a strong indication that the device will be available for China and the US as well. We are still waiting on solid evidence regarding the quad-camera setup, though.
Well as long as Samsung sells its midrangers for price of a flagships we can speak about midrangers. But a very low end flagships hahaha.
I think you misunderstood, the "4x Fun" event is for the Galaxy A7 (2018). 3 rear + 1 front camera = 4 cameras in total.
around 550 for sure remember a8+ was around 400 to 450 when it was launched...