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Samsung sets October 11 for “4X fun” Galaxy event, is it a new smartphone?

Judging by what Samsung is hinting by “4X fun”, we can only conclude that the company is looking forward to surprising its users with a camera-centric smartphone which has four cameras. Reports suggest all four cameras are to be employed as a single camera setup instead of a dual-camera layout on the front and back.

Samsung is hosting a Galaxy event titled “4X fun” in Malaysia on October 11 and from the looks of it, we could be looking at an all-new smartphone under the Galaxy range of devices. Samsung has stated that the upcoming Galaxy device will bring “more ways to express yourself than ever before”.

Judging by what Samsung is hinting by “4X fun”, we can only conclude that the company is looking forward to surprising its users with a camera-centric smartphone which has four cameras. And if the leaks from Samsung leakster Ice Universe are anything to be talked about, all four cameras are to be employed as a single camera setup instead of a dual-camera layout on the front and back.

If four cameras are precisely what Samsung thinks of employing, there’s a huge likelihood that the upcoming device will feature a total of five or more cameras, considering there will eventually be atlas one front-facing sensor. With a device like that, we’d automatically think this would be a flagship device but some reports suggest the phone could come under the Galaxy A fault.

As part of the soft launch, the “4X fun’ Galaxy event will be live streamed on Samsung’s official site on October 11, just two days after Google will be presenting its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones to the world.

In case you wondered, the who invite reads “Samsung’s newest Galaxy device is bringing more ways to express yourself than ever before. Capture the fun with Samsung as the company celebrates the launch of the new device with A Galaxy Event on October 11, 2018. Head to Samsung Mobile Press regularly for updates and for all the latest device information and multimedia resources following the launch”.

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