Samsung Galaxy A50 to come with Massive Battery and 24 MP Camera

Samsung Galaxy A50 to come with Massive Battery and 24 MP Camera

Samsung Galaxy A50 to come with Massive Battery and 24 MP Camera

The smartphone will have 4000 mAh battery to power it up. Samsung, meanwhile, is rumored to introduce an improved version of in-display fingerprint sensors with the Galaxy S10, but the next flagship won't be the first Samsung phone to pack new sensors. This is particularly true for mid-range smartphones from Samsung, and Galaxy A50 happens to be one of them. Next year, Samsung will unveil as many as four Galaxy S10 flavors, including the Galaxy S10 Lite with a flat 5.8-inch Infinity-O display.

Moving on, the upcoming smartphone from Samsung will feature a 24-megapixel camera module, though it is not confirmed that whether it will feature a multiple-camera setup just like the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A9.


Now everyone knows that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will not only Lite the USB-C port, but also separate entry under headphones, and also wireless charging, a separate button call assistant Bixby (in Russian Federation it is useless), and a circular hole in the screen with a diameter of 6 millimeters. The report further states that the company will launch three new models dubbed, Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and M230. The smartphone will have 4 GB RAM and 64 or 128 GB Internal Storage. The render doesn't say where the fingerprint sensor will be positioned, but previous reports claimed we'd find it either on the back of the phone or on one of the sides. It's unclear at this time whether the A10's sensor will be the ultrasonic or optical variety, although it's not unreasonable to expect Samsung to keep the more expensive ultrasonic sensor for flagship phones, and use an optical one for mid-range handsets.

GalaxyClub suggests that Samsung will launch the Galaxy A50 sometime in the first half of 2019.

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