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Samsung Galaxy S9 v iPhone XS

Samsung Galaxy S9 v iPhone XS

Samsung says its newest Galaxy device (singular, not plural) will deliver more ways for users to express themselves than ever before.

The news from Samsung comes days after Apple unveiled a new lineup of iPhones focusing on the premium smartphone segment at prices starting between US$749 and US$1,099 for United States customers. The new Samsung device has likely a dual camera in the back and also in the front. Yep, that means there is yet another Galaxy device arriving relatively soon. Cameras are a significant part of smartphones these days and brands are trying up the game with each release.

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Last month, Samsung launched its fall flagship smartphone - Galaxy Note9. The other two variants are speculated to get a single-lens selfie camera and dual- and triple-lens cameras on the back.

The smartphone company has even announced that the event will be live streamed on the Samsung website. This also leads to the possibility that Samsung could announce a new series in the Galaxy segment, dedicating it to camera performance. Though the company has given no details on which phone will be the first 5G model, there are rumors that the Samsung foldable phone could receive that honor.

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According to CNET, there are several possibilities for the Samsung Galaxy device scheduled to be launched at next month's event, including the rumored phone with four cameras that was first reported on in July.

In terms of upgrades, we already knew that Samsung heavily redesigned the upcoming smartphone and that these upgrades are at the same time long-awaited and focused on matching the iPhone X's. However, nothing could be commented on and, in order to find out which device will sport the four camera setup, if it comes, we need to wait till October 11. Let's hope that Samsung won't let us down.

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