Ahead of next month's unveiling of the Galaxy S10, Samsung has taken the wraps off a mid-range Galaxy phone that features the same Infinity-O 'hole-punch' screen that's expected on its flagships.

The company today unveiled the Galaxy A9 Pro, featuring a tri-camera setup on the rear with the single left-side hole-punch on the front for a 2.4-megapixel camera. Infinity-O is Samsung's answer to the iPhone notch and could be a less intrusive way of designing space for a camera on a full screen phone.

The Galaxy A9 Pro follows Samsung's launch of the Galaxy A9, the world's first phone with four rear cameras.

Both devices are examples of Samsung's promise last year to bring new features to its mid-range smartphones first to compete with cheaper phones from Chinese rivals, Huawei, Vivo, and Oppo.

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