Samsung's Upcoming Mid Range Smartphone may Feature Quadruple-Camera & In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

               Yesterday we reported about  an official teaser which was released by Samsung in order to announces a Galaxy Event in Malaysia on October 11, where the company is expected to launch a new Galaxy smartphone (here). Now today the popular leakster Ice Universe has tweeted that the upcoming Galaxy smartphone will be a camera-centric device and may arrive with four cameras.
                Back in July, there were reports hinting at an upcoming smartphone with four cameras, but the source didn't revealed the name of the manufacturer,  and rumors emerged that it will probably  be  Huawei. While yesterday’s teaser with tag line  “4x fun”  seemingly confirmed that this smartphone will indeed be from Samsung. The reliable tipster also suggested that there will four cameras, (may be dual camera on front and dual on back or single camera on the front and triple on rear) and the smartphone will be unveiled in the second half  of this year.
            Recently Samsung has claimed that company will likely introduce new features and it would be the upcoming mid range devices that will first to receive these feature. Also another reliable tipster has claimed that Samsung’s upcoming mid range device will have quadruple-camera setup but he was not sure that this device would belongs to the Galaxy A series, he further suggest that there may even be  a new Galaxy lineup, potentially the Galaxy P series.  Apart from the naming, the smartphone should be made available in gradient color options to competing with Huawei. There are also speculation that Samsung might introduce an in-display fingerprint scanner on the new device, but there is no confirmation regarding it at this point of time.
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