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South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung is all set to launch a new Galaxy device.

Samsung has announced "A Galaxy Event" on October 11 for a new Galaxy device or series of devices, merely months after revealing the Galaxy Note 9 flagship smartphone. So Samsung's next phone - presumably called the Galaxy S10 - may well have four camera lenses on the back of it. We could also see Samsung bring its variable aperture feature from the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 to the Galaxy A-series as well to improve low-light photography. We can not expect this unconventional device to come out in October though since the company's chief signaled its possible unveiling at the Samsung Developer's Conference (SDC), San Francisco, to be held in November. No further details aside from the date, tagline, and live-streaming information were included in the invites, according to CNET.

Samsung wouldn't be the first firm to promote smartphones with as many cameras on the again. Notably, Samsung's event will happen two days after Google's Pixel event on October 9. Also, mobile chief DJ Koh told CNBC earlier this month that Samsung would be shifting its flagship-first strategy to "bring technology and differentiation points starting from the mid-end".

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Samsung Galaxy Keep in mind 9 has a massive 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen. Moreover, a recent rumor says that the Galaxy A (2019) will also feature a triple rear camera setup including a 32MP sensor and even the Galaxy S10 is said to come with triple rear cameras and dual front cameras.

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It's not certain whether the four lenses will be squeezed into a single camera module or grouped into two: both dual rear-mounted and front-facing cameras.