While the reported battery capacity of the smartphone is good, it is lesser than the 5,000mAh battery that we will see in the company's Galaxy M20 handset. This is because Samsung usually launches its flagship devices with the new Android version first and the rest of its smartphones follow.
Samsung is now working on a new Galaxy A-series smartphone, dubbed Samsung Galaxy A50.
It seems like Samsung is all ready to launch its high-end flagship device, Galaxy A50.
Budget Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, which will compete with Apple iPhone XR, today appeared in a silicone case for the new renderer. The device will also apparently pack a 24 MP main rear camera, though that will not be the only shooter on its back.
It will be powered by the company's own Exynos 9610 processor paired with 4GB of RAM and 64/128GB of internal storage.
Further reports place an in-display fingerprint sensor on the A50, but it is said to be an optical sensor rather than the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor expected in the S10. It was reproted that Sasming is looking to offer four models this time around and that it will come with features like 5G support, in-display fingerprint scanner, multi camera setup and more.
Now everyone knows that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will not only Lite the USB-C port, but also separate entry under headphones, and also wireless charging, a separate button call assistant Bixby (in Russian Federation it is useless), and a circular hole in the screen with a diameter of 6 millimeters.
GalaxyClub suggests that Samsung will launch the Galaxy A50 sometime in the first half of 2019.