There's an ultra wide eight-megapixel (MP) camera at the top. Below it is a 10MP telephoto lens with 2X optical zoom that sits above the 24MP main camera. The bottom lens is for a 5MP depth camera.
The Galaxy A9 has a 6.3-inch full HD AMOLED display that's edge to edge but with narrow bezels on the top and bottom. It's powered by an eight-core processor, consisting of a 2.2GHz quad-core CPU and a 1.8GHz quad-core CPU.
The phone comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, or 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. Both have a microSD slot that supports cards with 512GB of storage to stuff with photos. And the phone has a 3,800mAh battery.
The Galaxy A9 will cost between €550 and €599 ($635 and $690), according to AllAboutSamsung. Samsung said the phone will be available in select markets from November.
The Galaxy A9 phone will ship with Android Oreo and is available in Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue or Bubblegum Pink.
In September Samsung mobile CEO DJ Koh announced that this Samsung would kick off a 'mid-range first' strategy that would see it deliver "technology and differentiation" to its Galaxy A lineup ahead of its flagship Galaxy S and Note range.
"Building on our legacy in smartphone camera development we're introducing next-generation technology across our entire Galaxy portfolio to give more consumers the opportunity to experience cutting-edge innovation," Koh said today in a statement.
"We're excited to deliver on this promise and debut world-leading smartphone camera technology with the Galaxy A9."