Galaxy A9 (2018) is Samsung’s first mid-range smartphone with four cameras. It has ultra wide camera, telephoto camera lens, 24MP primary camera and a depth camera which works with the primary key in harmony to let you have the perfect picture by adjusting the depth of field in your images manually. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor that let you register finger print in one go. Samsung has introduced the feature that would register finger print with a single swipe. Galaxy A9 would be the first mid-range phone to have this feature.
The design and placement of the finger print sensor on Galaxy A9 is similar to Galaxy A8s but the swipe-to-register functionality only belongs to Galaxy A9. Even on the Galaxy S9, the swipe gesture require as many as 3 tries before the finger print is fully registered and stored in the device memory. It is a welcome change for users who like to secure their phones with fingerprint.
With Galaxy A9 your information is protected and completely secure with ‘secure folders’. This gives you a private and fully encrypted space on your phone that only you can access. Add your important files like app passwords, health or financial information here and leave the rest on secure extra protected layer by Samsung Knox.
Another great feature is its fast charging. Galaxy A9 is equipped with a 3800mAh – typical battery that powers your video streaming, talk, chat and gaming all day long. The type-c cable makes it easy to plug in and start charging. If you own Galaxy A9 and feel that it is not registering your fingerprint, you should check with the support as this is not for every device. According to the Samsung and reviews it should not take more than a single swipe to register your finger print. Make sure your fingers are clean and there is no dirty or scratches on the surface of A9.