Samsung is launching a 4-camera smartphone on October 11

Samsung is launching a 4-camera smartphone on October 11

Samsung is launching a 4-camera smartphone on October 11

A new Samsung Galaxy smartphone will launch on October 11, and the company has confirmed the same with an official teaser. As of now, we can only guess that this could be a Galaxy A-series device since Samsung has already announced its major flagships for the year. The invite doesn't include a time or location, but says the event will be live streamed on Samsung's site. Samsung as so far not introduced a quad-camera smartphone in its line, though it has options with dual-front cameras and dual-rear cameras. We can expect more details to surface in the days leading up to the launch, which is when Samsung will unveil its latest flagship globally. We can't anything confirm about that, what you all have to do is mark your calendars 11th October as the cat will be out of the bag on that day. It has seen that Samsung has already code-named this new smartphone project victor.

Samsung has sent out an announcement for another "Galaxy Event", and while the hint is subtle, it does suggest something: a new phone. This may indicate that the Galaxy Note 10 does not show in the summer of 2019, but much earlier, because hardly Samsung require a year on the design of a mobile phone. According to MySmartPrice, the Galaxy Note 9 will come in the color Silver as well or at least this is what a press render assumes.

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.

Starting from today, 14th of September 2018 till 2nd December 2018, just top up RM100 upon your purchase of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 and you are entitled to buy the next year's model at 10% discount. The smartphone runs Android Oreo (Go Edition).

Thought the camera module has been taken from the Galaxy S9-series, the also gets intelligent scene recognition that automatically recognises scene and adjusts the settings accordingly.

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