Samsung announces mysterious October 11 Galaxy event

Samsung announces mysterious October 11 Galaxy event

Samsung announces mysterious October 11 Galaxy event

Samsung, one of the innovation leaders in the smartphone space, has confirmed an event for October 11, where it is hinting at a Galaxy smartphone with focus on the camera. The invitations are pretty sparse on detail.

We don't have much to go on in the news feature text but Samsung says that the "newest Galaxy device is bringing more ways to express yourself than ever before". Also, while it remains unclear what specific handset Samsung plans to unveil a few weeks from now, it is highly likely that the device in question is the next-generation Galaxy A series.

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The word "capture" in the invite also suggests it's camera related. As for what type of phone Samsung might be unveiling, that's up in the air too. I don't know, the number of colours that the Galaxy S10 is available in.

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