According to reports, that Samsung is going to launch a four-camera Galaxy Smartphone on its October 11 event. That said, we've already had the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 announcement, so it may be a new lineup of devices. While the smartphone shares a lot with its predecessor, it also gets some major improvements such as a new Bluetooth-enable S-Pen, a new dual camera module on the back, better internal storage and RAM options and enhanced DeX experience. And if Samsung does announce a smartphone with four rear cameras on October 11, then this smartphone will be the first to come with four cameras at the back.
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.
Samsung had launched the Galaxy Note 8 back in October a year ago.
No time or location for the event has been confirmed, but it will be broadcast live on the company's website.
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There are already several Samsung smartphones that feature dual front or dual rear cameras.
They followed up earlier today by retweeting another tweet saying there will be four-camera phones later this year, originally tweeted in July, with the addition of "Now, do you know?". Interesting as the invite is, there's absolutely no information about whether this supposed quad-camera smartphone will be launched as part of Samsung's existing smartphone line-ups, or debut under a new series altogether. Also, another camera improvement will be represented by a 16-megapixel lens with a wide angle which comes with a 123-degree field of view (FOV). This idea seems a little more unlikely as one would imagine Samsung offering 4x zoom for a flagship device rather than a mid-range or low-end phone. It has seen that Samsung has already code-named this new smartphone project victor. Now, long tap on the reboot or Restart button until you see a popup asking for safe mode.