Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Samsung Teases a Four-Lens Camera With '4x Fun' Event

Samsung Teases a Four-Lens Camera With '4x Fun' Event

Then we are asked to "capture the fun with Samsung" as the company celebrates the launch of the new device.

It seems pretty likely that this refers to the next Samsung mobile phone having four camera lenses. Samsung has actually made use of Gorilla Glass 5 on the front as well as at the rear of the Galaxy Note 9.

Alternatively, Samsung could also be referring to 4X optical zoom for a new Galaxy phone.

The major players in the smartphone market are increasingly turning to enhancements in their camera systems as a way to out-flank their rivals. An invite has been published on the official Samsung news portal for an upcoming Galaxy Event. It's very much possible, as Samsung's alleged quad-camera smartphone has been rumored to have been in the works for quite a while.

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Now we have some more information about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The publication also wrote that the chances of Samsung unveiling the foldable Galaxy F or the 2019 flagship Galaxy S10 at the October event are very slim. The opposite units are anticipated to find single-lens selfie cams and double- and triple-lens cameras on the again.

What new Galaxy device could Samsung deliver just in time for Christmas? This leads us to believe that the announcement could have something to do with cameras - either in its phones or its burgeoning mirrorless camera line. Further, the rumor claims all three S10 phones will come with dual-aperture cameras.

Samsung and other device makers are looking for ways to boost momentum in a sluggish smartphone market.

Samsung put a software development kit (SDK) out there for non-core third-party apps to take advantage of this shortcut tool, so you'll see more customization as long as app developers support the functionality.

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