Samsung Galaxy A7 review: Triple rear cameras at an affordable price

As the hype around annual flagship smartphone launches dies down, the market has settled into a groove where many mid-range phones provide enough performance to satisfy most users. With that in mind, smartphone makers are turning to new ideas to attract customers, such as the Samsung Galaxy A7’s triple-lens rear camera.

Manufacturers are gradually adding more lenses to provide more functionality, while keeping a thin design. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro uses a triple Leica camera setup to cover two focal lengths, while Nokia is rumoured to be pushing things further with a five-sensor setup in the near future. In Samsung’s case, the extra lenses capture background blur detail and offer a wider angle for getting more people in shot.

That’s not all Samsung is offering in the A7 though. Face recognition, a 6-inch AMOLED screen, a button-free front design and a 3.5mm headphone jack gives buyers a number of …

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