The main lens also has a high resolution that would be able to take Live Focus pictures
Walking on the sandy beaches of Cox’s Bazaar or taking a stroll down the hilly areas of Bandarban; you come across a beautiful view, but you only have a phone on you to take a photo.
You take a shot of a beautiful landscape but it is not enough as the camera was unable to capture it at an angle wide enough to your liking.
People have been facing similar problems like these for a while as the conventional phone cameras were unable to capture landscapes at a wider angle than the usual.
It seems like Samsung has heard people’s demand and has introduced Galaxy A7 with a triple lens camera which can take ultra-wide photos.
It is the first phone launched with a triple lens camera on the rear and each lens comes with its own feature.
The primary 24MP sensor relies on pixel binning for better details, the 5MP sensor was used as a depth sensor to fuel portrait mode and the 8MP sensor was for shooting in wide angle mode. The third camera lens allows a 120-degree field of view for ultra-wide shots.
The main lens also has a high resolution that would be able to take Live Focus pictures.
The phone has a 3300mAh battery with a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage which could be expanded up to 512GB.
Samsung Galaxy A7 is a workhorse fitting the bill for both stylish youngsters and busy professionals who prefer to complete their daily tasks on the go.
However, for mobile phone photographers, travelers and explorers, the Galaxy A7 will be their primary camera when it comes to shooting stunning landscapes.
The phone is available at Tk28,990 across Bangladesh.