Samsung introduced its Dual Aperture system earlier this year, which automatically adjusts the camera lens to let in varying amounts of light depending on the conditions, reacting in the same way as the human eye does.
There have also been rumors of a folding phone arriving before the end of 2018, but unless the 4x refers to four screens, it's unlikely Samsung would choose to spotlight the camera rather than the design.
There is also a possibility that the new smartphone would be launched under a new series called the Galaxy P lineup.
The process of making the Samsung Galaxy S10 better is not over yet. Huawei had launched the P20 Pro with a triple rear camera setup and Samsung may take the game forward with an additional rear camera. The special Galaxy event will be streamed live on October 11. We will know more details about this new Galaxy device in the coming weeks.
As per DJ Koh, who is the CEO of Samsung's mobile division, has said that the company may unveil the much awaited foldable smartphone.
According to CNET, there are several possibilities for the Samsung Galaxy device scheduled to be launched at next month's event, including the rumored phone with four cameras that was first reported on in July.
It's a good news for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users as the smartphone giant has been rolling out a new update with some new features. We can see the name of the smartphone in the certification as well as the model number - SM-A750FN, which is the same as the one spotted in the FCC certification of the phone.