Samsung Galaxy A50 renders and detailed specifications leak leaving little to imagination

Xiaomi joins the foldable phone race

Xiaomi joins the foldable phone race

The devices are likely to be formally announced next week alongside the coming Galaxy S10 smartphone during Samsung's Unpacked event. The Galaxy A50 will be launched in the first half of the year, alongside two other mid-range phones - the Galaxy A30 and A10.

If these prices are accurate, it would mean the Galaxy S10 Plus would enter the market at a considerably lower price point than the iPhone XS Max, Apple's recent plus-sized device. The Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810 options should be replaced by the Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 processors, depending on region. There's also 960fps super slow-mo in 1080p resolution (the Galaxy S9 shoots 960fps in 720p) and AI assistance that adapt the camera's settings to match the scene that you're capturing. It's hard to be precise, but benchmarks and Qualcomm's own assessments suggest a 45 percent boost should be feasible - at least for some tasks in some situations.

Forbes' article reveals that a new video that has been leaked by MobileFun "highlights the issue: Samsung's world-first Ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader does not work with screen protectors". Furthermore, we got insignificant leaks here and there but today, we got a look at leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy A50. The chipset will be powered by 4GB of RAM and 6GB of RAM. Samsung will also include a 4000mAh non-removable battery with 15W fast charging support. The battery will be upgraded to 4,100 mAh, up from 3,400 mAh on the standard model. The volume up, down, and Bixby buttons will sit on the right-hand side of the phone, while a SIM card tray will probably be accessible from the top, though we don't really get to see that here, as an image of the top of the device is not available.

In 2018, we saw a number of new trends in terms of gadgets, including the fancy notches, dual displays, three to four cameras on the rear and so on. But even so, the picture is pretty clear.

And new wireless Galaxy Buds, which appear to be an update to Samsung's Gear IconX buds. The bit will have lots of new things under its hood.

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