Samsung unveils on October 11, a new smartphone, according to an invitation that the company sent. Probably going to have a device in the Galaxy A-series.
New Samsung Galaxy-announcement soon
The manufacturer gives, as yet, little details, price. The invitation is only ‘4x fun’, and he is accompanied by the text ” Samsung’s newest Galaxy device is bringing more ways to express yourself than ever before’. A precise location or time for the announcement is not mentioned.
Likely going to be a new device in the Galaxy A-series, a successor to the Galaxy A8. Sources claim that Samsung Galaxy A9 (2019) with four cameras back in the making. The 4x fun ” text in the invitation there is probably a reference to. Where the four lenses exactly be used for, is still unknown.
Samsung president DJ Koh recently explained in an interview that the Galaxy A-series of an important bottom is of Samsungs strategy. New ‘groundbreaking’ features are, according to Koh, henceforth, as first introduced on midrange smartphones, and not more expensive models in the Galaxy S and Note series.
No foldable smartphone
A foldable smartphone, where Samsung for some time to would work, we probably get a no on 9 October. Which is probably in november unveiled. Also, another flagship is unlikely. The current flagship, the Galaxy Note 9, is only just a month in the Netherlands to purchase.
October promises to be an almost unprecedentedly busy month for Android fans. Not only Samsung, but also some other major manufacturers have events planned for next month. The LG V40 ThinQ is unveiled on 3 October, followed by the Google Pixel 3 on 9 October. On October 16, Huawei’s turn with the Degree 20 Degree 20 Pro. In the back of the row, the OnePlus 6T, on 17 October.
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