Samsung Teases Launch Of Possible 4 Camera Phone

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The company sent out invites for the unveiling of a Galaxy smartphone on October 11 and the noteworthy element is a quadruple camera setup on the back. The invite promises "4x fun", hinting that Samsung could be planning to launch a Galaxy smartphone with four cameras.

Last month, Samsung showed off its latest flagship - the Galaxy Note 9 and while its still hot on the shelves, rumours about next Galaxy Note series has already started surfacing on the web.

Of course Samsung's mystery device could end-up being an all new-to-market product beyond a smartphone and we'll know for sure on Thursday October 11th. Reports of 4 rear cameras, 3 rear cameras and a single front camera and also 2 rear and 2 front cameras have emerged.

Super Slow Motion on the Galaxy Note 9, however, means that the user can record 0.4 seconds of video with 960 fps at 720p. Could it be smartglasses, a dual display smartphone, or a new mid-range smartphone that they said would be coming to market this fall aimed at millennials?

Lately, Samsung's upcoming Galaxy A series smartphone, the Galaxy A7 (2018) has been spotted a number of times.

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Samsung's plans are to introduce a 13-megapixel telephoto lens to complement a heavily upgraded primary camera that has 12 megapixels. This also leads to the possibility that Samsung could announce a new series in the Galaxy segment, dedicating it to camera performance.

The invite interestingly does not include a location or time. There are a lot of mysteries surrounding this new Galaxy phone, which will only be revealed by Samsung on the day of launch next month.

Samsung's already had a pretty big 2018.

Of course, all of this is speculation at this point and we recommend you to take everything lightly.

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