The Galaxy Note 9 just launched last month, but another Samsung device may already be on the horizon.
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.
There have been rumours in recent times of a forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A9, which is said to have a four cameras on the rear.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 camera has a plethora of features, good exposure, vibrant colours, and can shoot some great photos. And no, four camera doesn't mean two cameras on the front and two at the back. Samsung did not specify a time or location for the launch, but a source tells PCMag the event will be held at the W Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. There's always a chance that this will be the moment that Samsung officially uncovers its foldable phone, but recent reports seem to point to a 2019 launch for the rumored Galaxy F. We will know more details about this new Galaxy device in the coming weeks. 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.
Another user nicknamed Hokyung came up with a detailed prediction: "It will be a Galaxy A model with a triple-lens camera". Gearing up for another launch, the chaebol has now posted an invite about "A Galaxy Event", scheduled for October 11, 2018. No other smartphone has this capability as of now and Samsung itself has 2x optical zoom even in its latest flagship devices.
In terms of what is coming, that's about all we have, so we'll have to stay tuned to find out what's going on. That's because they will apparently operate differently from anything we have ever seen before.