Samsung Galaxy A50 to get triple camera, in-display fingerprint sensor

Samsung Galaxy A50 to get triple camera, in-display fingerprint sensor

Apple led the global premium smartphone segment capturing 47 percent share of the segment, followed by Samsung (22 percent), Huawei (12 percent), Vivo (five percent ), Oppo (five percent) and Xiaomi (three per cent), Tarun Pathak, Associate Director at Counterpoint Technology Market Research, wrote in a blog post on Saturday. Now, according to reports, the company is going to launch another smartphone under it's A series. All of the Galaxy S10's signature features will be available on mid-range Samsung phones well ahead of the Galaxy S10's arrival, and the in-display fingerprint sensor won't be an exception.

The Samsung Galaxy A50 is expected to launch running on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box based on its own One UI. It is also not clear if a notch or a display hole will host the front-facing camera of the smartphone. We've recently heard that the new Galaxy M line-up will have its worldwide debut at the end of January.




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. The smartphone will have 4000 mAh battery to power it up. The device will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 7 9610 chipset, an octa-core processor with four Cortex-A73 cores and four A53s. After all, in recent history, the South Korean brand has reserved its bigger displays for more expensive devices in the hope of pushing customers towards more expensive models. There's no fingerprint scanner seen anywhere at the back, and the report states that the smartphone will sport an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. The M Series will also be a mid-range series.

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