Cameras are a significant part of smartphones these days and brands are trying up the game with each release.
The invite doesn't say much, but it says it'll be a "Galaxy event" suggesting we'll see a new device from the company's phone lineup.
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What does Samsung have in store?
A new reports says that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 will have an entirely revamped camera system created to beat the Huwaei P20's excellent three-sensor setup and the Apple iPhone XS' dual-camera arrangement.The Galaxy S9 has dual rear cameras, but the S10 Plus could get three.
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Mr Kudlow told Fox Business News on Wednesday that US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin "has apparently issued an invitation". Treasury spokesman did not respond to requests for comment.
So maybe Samsung's mysterious invite is referring to a plethora of cameras, or maybe not. Now with Samsung's confirmation for an October event perfectly fits the bill. Today Samsung sent out press invites to a 4x Fun event. Ice Universe had also asserted that the upcoming Galaxy phone won't be called the Galaxy S10 or the long-rumoured Galaxy F.
"Capture the fun with Samsung as the company celebrates the launch of the new device". In a followup it was clarified that from their knowledge all four cameras were on the rear. Meanwhile, the front cameras are expected to come with a 12-megapixel main lens with variable aperture (f/1.5 to f/2.4), and another super-wide-angle lens at 16-megapixel with f/1.9 aperture.
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Samsung normally makes Galaxy A series announcements in December, so while slightly earlier than normal, an October unveiling wouldn't be completely off schedule.