Both the Super Slo-Mo and AR Emojis were Samsung's answer to the iPhone during the launch of Galaxy S9. The invitations are pretty sparse on detail.
Samsung will unveil a new Galaxy device next month that offers "4X the fun".More news: Kulsoom Nawaz's body brought to Jati Umra
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".
"Capture the fun with Samsung as the company celebrates the launch of the new device". There's been other rumours and speculation to support this, such as notable Samsung leaker @UniverseIce tweeting "Samsung Camera Camera Camera Camera" earlier this month. A fresh report suggests that at least one of the variants of the Galaxy S10 will arrive with a dual camera setup at the front and a triple camera setup at the back. From the phrasing it sounds like the fun has a lot to do with cameras and imaging.More news: Florence sits on doorstep of Carolinas with projected winds of 100mph
Alternatively, Samsung could also be referring to 4X optical zoom for a new Galaxy phone.
We also know the company is set to put more focus on its mid-range devices, so it may be this event is specifically for those upcoming phones. But it seems pretty likely it'll be camera-related.More news: Vanished China star Fan last in 'social responsibility' ranking
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