What will Samsung’s 4-camera phone be called?

Samsung is getting ready to stun the tech world yet again. After launching the new Galaxy A7 with three cameras, the company is apparently all set to introduce a four-camera Galaxy phone at a special event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Thursday.

The South Korean tech giant said that it would unveil the latest addition to its flagship Galaxy series of devices. Without disclosing whether it would be a smartphone or a tablet, the company simply said that the mystery device would offer “even more ways to express yourself and capture the fun.”

Samsung issued a press note on Wednesday, explaining how people can get all the latest updates about the event live by tuning in on Thursday, October 11 at 5 p.m. MYT (2:30 p.m. IST or 5 a.m. EDT) via any of the links detailed below:

(Those who are interested are asked to visit any of these websites when the event begins)

On social media

You can also visit Samsung Newsroom or Samsung Mobile’s Facebook page when the event begins.

You will also get the live updates on the SamsungMobile Twitter page when the event begins.

What will it be called?

China-based leakster Ice universe recently suggested on Twitter that the upcoming four-camera device would neither be the Galaxy S10 nor the widely-speculated Galaxy F foldable smartphone.

While Samsung remains mum, rumours are rife that it could be the Galaxy A9. The official event invitation also carries a strong hint that the device could be part of the company’s Galaxy A series of smartphones.

Samsung calls it “A Galaxy Event.” The conspicuous emphasis on the letter “A” gives me a strong indication that the ongoing speculation about the device’s name may turn out to be true.

Fingers crossed!

Rumour has it that the purported Galaxy A9 would be available in 64GB and 128GB storage options with blue, pink, black and gold colour options.

In addition, there could also be a larger variant, dubbed the Galaxy A9+. No other details about the phone(s) have surfaced so far.

Stay tuned for more updates!

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