Samsung started taking pre-order for Galaxy A9 in Bangladesh

Samsung Mobile Bangladesh started taking pre-order for its newly launched handset Galaxy A9, a smartphone built for those who love to explore, capture the moment and share it as they see it. The pioneering Galaxy A9 debuts the world’s first rear quad camera and is packed with features designed to help you live each day to the fullest.

The Galaxy A9 is tailored for those who know what they want, and go after it. Whether it’s capturing a dare-devil selfie or that perfect wide shot, the Galaxy A9 is the ultimate companion for capturing and sharing everyday adventures, no matter where life takes you.

With the 120-degree Ultra-Wide lens of the Galaxy A9, taking that perfect sunset shot of a pristine white sandy beach has become a lot easier. The telephoto lens provides 2x Optical Zoom for incredible and detailed close-up shots even from far away.

Samsung Galaxy A9

The phone’s 24MP main camera takes bright and sharp photos in any lighting condition. Using a pixel merging algorithm, it is able to maintain peak performance in low light, producing clear images with less noise. The Depth Camera works with the main camera to give the user the ability to manually adjust the depth of field for their images, so they can add beautiful bokeh to emphasize their subjects.

Md. Muyeedur Rahman, Head of Mobile, Samsung Bangladesh said, “Each lens of Samsung Galaxy A9 is optimized for a different type of photo which will result in one of the most versatile camera setups around. This is a device we are distinctly proud of.”

Building on Samsung’s heritage in first-class design, the Galaxy A9 is styled in three unique colors; Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue and Bubblegum Pink with a sleek and ergonomic design, that fits in one hand with a 3D Glass curved back for a high-quality comfortable feel.

The reliable 3,800mAh battery life on the Galaxy A9 lets you live without limits and enjoy outstanding long-lasting performance. You can now capture everything, without restriction, store more and delete less with the Galaxy A9’s 128GB storage and up to 512GB of expandable memory.

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