Samsung Electronics has announced its first triple camera smartphone.
The Galaxy A7 comes with a 24 megapixel, 5 megapixel, and 8 megapixel camera on its back, and will begin sales in early October.
The 8 megapixel has a 120-degree wide lens, which Samsung claims as the same viewing angle as the human eye. The 24 megapixel and 5 megapixel will allow users to control the depth of field by adjusting the bokeh effect.
Samsung said the 24 megapixel lens combines four pixels into one in low light conditions for brighter photos.
The cameras also categorise subjects and optimise color, contrast and brightness to best represent them.
The A7 has a 24 megapixel front camera and adjustable LED flash, and has filters and AR emojis that can be added.
The phone packs a 6-inch Super AMOLED display and Dolby Atmos sound. It also has glass cover and fingerprint sensor. It comes in blue, black, gold, and pink. It also has the firm's AI assistant Bixby, as well as Samsung Pay and Samsung Health.
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