Samsung Galaxy A50 to feature 4000mAh battery

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It is assumed that similar cameras will be equipped with the future flagship smartphone Galaxy S10

Galaxy S10 series of phones are said to launch running on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box.

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

The battery capacity is certainly adequate, but still falls short of the rumored 5,000 mAh cell we are supposed to see inside the Galaxy M20. Not only this the device will also apparently pack a 24 MP main rear camera. This indirectly confirms the significant reduction of the bezels which, in turn, indirectly confirms a punch-hole cutout for the front camera.

Budget Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, which will compete with Apple iPhone XR, today appeared in a silicone case for the new renderer. Aside from the Galaxy A lineup, the other device series that Samsung will keep include the Galaxy M, Galaxy S, and Galaxy Note series. This is because Samsung usually launches its flagship devices with the new Android version first and the rest of its smartphones follow.

Here's a look at Galaxy A50's possible specs. According to a recent benchmark result, the Galaxy A50 will feature the Exynos 9610 chipset. The smartphone is said to have 4GB of RAM clubbed with either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage.

The Galaxy A50 is said to belong to Samsung's mid-range segment but even though the phone is said to be affordable rumours claim that the A50 will come with wireless charging support. The report also says that Samsung Galaxy A50 will sport a 24MP primary camera. The company is also going to officially launch its foldable phone, first unveiled late previous year. 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.

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