Cameras are a significant part of smartphones these days and brands are trying up the game with each release. While we don't know for sure what Samsung is planning, the "A Galaxy Event" title suggests a new Galaxy A series entry may be revealed.
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On Friday, Samsung released invitations for the launch of a new device at a Galaxy event on October 11.
At the start of the month, Ice Universe, a prominent Samsung leaker with a reputation for being reliable, Tweeted that the company had a phone with four rear cameras in the works.
The invitation offered few details but the mention of "4x fun" led to speculation the about a new smartphone with four cameras or possibly a foldable handset.More news: Putin: Peace treaty first, N. islands later
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The "4x" matches the number of cameras.
We'll likely hear more updates about the upcoming Galaxy phone as the scheduled date looms near.
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