Samsung on Friday posted a public invitation to A Galaxy Event 2018 scheduled for October 11 that'll stream live on the company's website. The event invite says, "Samsung's newest Galaxy device is bringing more ways to express yourself than ever before". In a bid to stay ahead of the competition, Samsung has something special in store for fans.
So maybe Samsung's mysterious invite is referring to a plethora of cameras, or maybe not. However, it looks like the company isn't done with Galaxy devices just yet.
The "4x" matches the number of cameras. Of course, we're talking about mid-range Samsung smartphones, which usually don't get confirmed for major Android OS updates.
On Friday, Samsung released invitations for the launch of a new device at a Galaxy event on October 11. Ice Universe had also asserted that the upcoming Galaxy phone won't be called the Galaxy S10 or the long-rumoured Galaxy F.
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Apple is also releasing a larger version of the iPhone XS , with a 6.5-inch display , making it the largest Apple handset yet. Similar to the iPhone X , the XR gets a notch which also houses the same advance sensors which enable Face ID authentication.
The Galaxy S10 could become the first smartphone from Samsung to use a triple rear camera setup.
Samsung has already confirmed it's set to announce its first foldable phone (codenamed the Galaxy X) before the end of the year, but now we expect that to come in November.
The big picture: Samsung's Note 9 flagship is less than a month old and the foldable Galaxy X probably won't be shown until later this year.