Samsung Galaxy A9 with Quad Rear Cameras launched in India for ₹36,990

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Samsung discounting Galaxy S9, S9+, and Note 9 by $200

We don't get any further details from the Korean source about the upcoming Note 10 but previous rumours suggest that the next Note smartphone will come with a triple-lens camera, 5G support, and a larger capacity battery than this year's model. Now, as expected, the company has officially launched the phone in the Indian market. The company has been facing declining smartphone sales for some time now, and if the latest Wall Street Journal report is to be believed, it seems Samsung's 2019 strategy will be to launch a whole bunch of high-end smartphone models and let the market decide. Moreover, the information matches a report that emerged back in July, specifying the presence of an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor on two of the Galaxy S10 models. That's running with four cameras already - why not more?!

Samsung's special edition Beyond X will launch alongside the three other oft-rumored variants of the Galaxy S10. The SM-G970x and SM-G973x will feature 5.8-inch displays, while the SM-G975x will come with a 6.4-inch display.

Samsung Galaxy A9 has a Full HD+ 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display. If that deal didn't interest you, perhaps Samsung's new promo will.

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Given past releases in this lineup, it wouldn't be a shock to find that a Galaxy S10 Plus would have a near-7-inch display. It could be the most inferior option in the three Galaxy S10 variants. It would be Samsung's first smartphone with a quad rear and dual front camera setup. Then there'll be another Samsung Galaxy Note around August - with a bigger display than before!

Samsung now uses much more rigorous tests for its devices and they are put through a range of different tests before they launch. Cross your fingers prices don't follow suit - but good luck! The smartphone also has the same storage starting at 64GB, which is expandable up to 400GB via microSD card.

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