A couple of weeks ago Samsung started teasing us with the announcement of a new phone, promising "4x fun". This signifies a break in the usual Samsung tradition to release two variants of their usual Galaxy S flagship. Set to become the successor of the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) which was launched in the country past year in March, the smartphone features a full HD+ Super AMOLED display with three cameras on its rear panel.
The specifications of the quadruple camera setup will include a combination of a 24-megapixel, 5-megapixel, 10-megapixel and 8-megapixel sensors. We have no reason not to believe him because in the past the insider has been right about innovations future smartphones.
Not only that, but Samsung also made sure to add a comparison of their premium devices so you can decide which device is best suited for you. A concept image of the Galaxy A9 Star Pro shows how the four different camera sensors are setting at its back along with an LED flash. But it comes with larger 4GB of RAM and 64GB inbuilt storage. On front, there is a 24MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture. The four cameras supposedly use Samsung's "Intelligent Scene Optimizer", which automatically adjusts contrast, brightness and colour to help optimise the quality of your Instagram snaps.
The Galaxy Tab S4 is the first tablet to be equipped with the stand-alone Samsung DeX.
Eagle-eyed techies at the XDA Developers site looked into the code for Google's Android 9 operating system update that had been configured for existing Samsung phones. But the sensor isn't included into the screen either. The FCC source mentions the device as "Licensed Non-Broadcast Transmitter Worn on Body", confirming the fact that it will make an appearance in a wearable device soon enough.
It comes in two variants, a 46mm case in silver with a contrasting matte black bezel and a 42mm option in full body midnight black and Rose gold.