#TechFriday: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 a hit

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Last month Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 in an event in NY.

And yes, all the four cameras will be placed on the back side, clarifies the leakster upon questioning about the placement of the cameras. The tipster also suggested that all the four cameras will be placed at the back, making it the first smartphone with a quad-camera setup. Yep, that means there is yet another Galaxy device arriving relatively soon. It is also said that it will be coming with 5 cameras which will give some new kind of better photography experience. Samsung Galaxy Keep in mind 9 appeared in all its splendor at a special occasion that occurred in the NY city City.

Samsung has sent out a mystery teasing invite to an event taking place next month.

It's a good news for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users as the smartphone giant has been rolling out a new update with some new features. So far, Samsung has only released phones including the Galaxy Note 9 with up to 2x optical zoom. The special Galaxy event will be streamed live on October 11.

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The front camera is the same as the iPhone XS with a 7MP f/2.2 TrueDepth camera that also supports Portrait Mode and Animoji. The 6.1-inch features a bright LCD screen and comes in a variety of colors, including white, black, blue, coral and red.

Samsung will unveil a new Galaxy device on October 11. With Huawei all set to announce their triple rear camera phone on 16th September, 4 cameras is not a long shot. 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.

Granted, we still need more details about this cheap Galaxy S10, but it sure sounds like the phone won't be able to compete against the iPhone XR.

The company has tweeted about the event, which comes slightly out of the blue with the firm having already announced its traditional two flagship smartphones for the year, the S9 and Note 9.

Would you want to see a quadruple-rear camera smartphone from the company?

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