Samsung Galaxy A50 with an in-display fingerprint sensor could arrive in Q2 2019

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Samsung may not be letting go of its notoriously popular Galaxy A series in India. The South Korean handset maker is believed to be working on to introduce a Galaxy A50. This new Galaxy A series could be significantly different from the earlier series models. Let’s talk about how it would be different.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy A8s now official, comes with Infinity-O display which has a selfie-cutout camera

Samsung Galaxy A50: An in-display fingerprint sensor phone

For starters, the Galaxy A50 is believed to sport an in-display fingerprint sensor, which would be a first non-flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphone, rumoured to sport an in-display fingerprint sensor. Plus, it is reportedly set to arrive with a large 4000mAh capacity battery.

Talking about the internals of the phone, it could be powered by an in-house Exynos 9610 chipset with support of 4GB of RAM. There could be two storage options including 64GB and 128GB lined up. Further, the camera department might be embraced with a large 24MP resolution sensor, a single lens rear camera setup.

As far as the operating system is concerned, it could be powered by the Android 9 Pie OS based One UI. The display is believed to sport a punch-hole front camera, which means it could end up looking like the Galaxy A8s announced in late December last year for the Chinese market.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S10 renders with triple rear camera and Infinity-O display leaked online

When it comes to availability and price, there is not much known about either of them. But the handset could arrive after the launch of Galaxy S10 series and might not be as cheap as the new Galaxy M-series. So, the Galaxy A50 could land up somewhere between the M and S-series. Stay tuned in as we bring you more updates on this phone.


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