Now that the year is about to end, Samsung is gearing up for its Galaxy S10 series launch early next year. While in previous years Samsung would unveil smartphone innovations with the help of the next Galaxy S or Note model, that's no longer the case for the electronics manufacturer.
Moving on, the upcoming smartphone from Samsung will feature a 24-megapixel camera module, though it is not confirmed that whether it will feature a multiple-camera setup just like the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A9.
Much like with the iPhone X notch design, which Samsung did not copy, the Korean smartphone vendor has not made use of in-display fingerprint sensors so far. The report doesn't mention any details about the other camera sensors on the back. The phone could also be the first one powered by an Exynos 9610 processor coupled with 4 GB of RAM.More news: Elizabeth Warren Enters 2020 Presidential Race
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Many reports suggest that Samsung will be eyeing the 5G market, and for that a Galaxy S10 will support the latest connectivity standard in the industry.
The Samsung Galaxy A50 is expected to launch running on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box based on its own One UI. However, users who are looking for devices with the longest battery life may have to look at another smartphone that Samsung will reportedly launch in the future, known as the Galaxy M20. The report furthermore reveals that Galaxy A50 will come with in-display fingerprint sensor but it is said to sport the optical sensor and not the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint like S10, which is after February 2019.
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.