The device is expected to launch in 2019. On board 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Camera inserted inside the screen
For 2019 Samsung has some big news in store for the world of telephony. In addition to launching the first foldable smartphone (the Galaxy X) and a Galaxy S10 revamped in design thanks to the new Infinity-O screen, the South Korean company is also investing heavily on mid-range smartphones, the much-discussed Galaxy A that so far have never wowed in terms of features and design.
Samsung, however, already since mid-2018 has changed its strategy and we have seen very innovative Galaxy A series smartphones, such as the Galaxy A9 with as many as four rear cameras. And for 2019 Samsung is working on other devices on which to experiment with solutions that will also be adopted by top-of-the-line smartphones in the future. The insider Galaxy Club has published online rumors regarding the Galaxy A50, a new model coming in the early months of next year. The smartphone, in addition to having a very interesting technical card (it should be a mid-range performer) also has some features never seen on Samsung smartphones: the fingerprint reader under the screen and the display with "the hole" where to insert the front camera.
Features Galaxy A50
The previews published on social media allow you to have a clear view of the technical card of the Galaxy A50. On board will be the processor Exynos 9610, supported by 4GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. The screen should have a diagonal of about 6 inches and very thin bezels. The smartphone will have an innovative design, most likely with "the hole" in the upper left corner where the front camera will be inserted. But on this yet there are no certainties. In the back there will be a 24-megapixel camera accompanied by at least two other photo sensors. The battery will be 4000mAh and will support wireless charging. The Galaxy A50 will arrive on the market with Android 9.0 Pie.
When will the Galaxy A50
There is no information about neither the release date nor the price. It will probably have to wait until early 2019.