No. Samsung Galaxy A9 does not have the wireless charging support.
No. Samsung Galaxy A9 does not have the remote sensor. It lacks IR sensor support.
Yes, Samsung Galaxy A9 does have the fingerprint scanner. It also has the face unlock support.
Yes, Samsung Galaxy A9 does support the quick charge.
Yes, very much and you will like the PUBG game performance also on Samsung Galaxy A9.
With that said, we'd say that the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)'s four cameras don't amount to a whole lot just yet — you get a little versatility and they might occasionally come in handy, but we wouldn't call this an absolute must-have for photographers. Cameras aside, this is a competent phone that delivers strong performance and looks good doing it. If you're looking for a big, bold style statement, you've found one.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) is one of those rare devices that has a clear angle going for it, in a sea of smartphone sameness. In its case, that's both a blessing and a curse. It's very easy to focus on the world-first camera count achievement and simply stop there, either writing off the phone as a one trick pony or basing your opinion of it solely on its camera capabilities.