Samsung Galaxy A50 to feature 4000mAh battery

James Marshall
January 1, 2019

Now, according to reports, the company is going to launch another smartphone under it's A series.

As per a report by Galaxy Club, the Galaxy A50 will feature an impressive 4000mAh battery.

Now that the year is about to end, Samsung is gearing up for its Galaxy S10 series launch early next year.

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In addition to the battery details, the new report also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A50 will have more than one camera on the back panel and the primary camera among them will include a 24MP sensor. This might be one of the new devices in Samsung's Galaxy A line-up. While in previous years Samsung would unveil smartphone innovations with the help of the next Galaxy S or Note model, that's no longer the case for the electronics manufacturer. As always, we can't confirm that the image is accurate, but it appears to be a press photo or an image that would be published to Samsung's website to promote the smartphone, suggesting it could be the real deal. Not to mention that the punch-hole camera design looks a lot better than the notch. The report also affirms that the A50 will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 7 9610 chipset with four Cortex-A73 cores and four A53s.

According to Samsung-focused blog GalaxyClub, the phone might come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, triple rear-cameras, Infinity-O or Infinity-U display, and wireless charging support.

The A50 will reportedly hit the market in two variants - 64 GB storage and 128 GB storage - and likely run on Android 9 Pie. 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. The 5G Galaxy S10 version, meanwhile, should be available in certain months at some point in the first half of 2019.

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