In recent weeks rumors about Samsung are accumulating in a rather unusual way. It is not usual to see leaks of multiple devices at the same time, which added to the fact that there is some confusion around them makes the result a total ignorance of what is going to be presented.
That is why we have decided to order what we know so far, thanks above all to the informants in Asia and who tell us smartphone data not yet presented.
Two mid-range phones with 4 rear cameras
The first rumor that we echo is the existence of a mid-range mobile that would have 4 cameras behind. This model would be the one that would be announced on October 11 at an event that Samsung has already scheduled in Malaysia.
In principle the terminal would be for those markets but there is a possibility that there is an international version for Europe and America.
We refer to the variants of the Galaxy A750F / A920F with four cameras, the first being the international (similar to the Galaxy A8) and the second the Asian (similar to the Galaxy A9 Pro).
It must be made clear that these rumors do not speak of two cameras in front and two behind, but of four rear cameras plus a front for selfies. In the image designed by AllAboutSymbian we can see how it would look approximately.
Using the Snapdragon 710 for the first time
Two other rumors have spread in recent days, both related to the use of Qualcomm processors by Samsung.
On the one hand, it is expected that the mobile presented at the October 11 event will use a Snapdragon 660 or a 710, the latter being more likely. This model is what we see in the image above, the Samsung Galaxy A9 Star, the simple version of the previous model of 4 cameras.
As you can see one of the novelties, in addition to the processor, will be the design, with a very fashionable gradient currently.
A Galaxy A with Snapdragon 845
For the event of October 11, there was speculation with a new mobile of a new family, the Galaxy P. It has been seen that this will not be the mobile that is announced, which would fit with the previous rumors.
What is possible is that the Galaxy P was the first mid-range terminal with a Snapdragon 845 processor, something Samsung works on. There is also speculation that it will be the Galaxy A family in charge of housing that model.
Anyway, the important thing is that Samsung would be thinking of an answer to the iPhone XR and indirectly to PocoPhone F1, by bringing high-end performance to a lower category.