Samsung will present its budget model Galaxy A50 to the U.S

Samsung will present its budget model Galaxy A50 to the USSome reports have indicated that Samsung will present its budget and mid-range smartphone offers in the United States with the Galaxy A50. It has and exceeds some features from the more premium Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e. Samsung is also presenting the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10e to more carriers to offer consumers budget options alongside the A50. It is expected that Galaxy A50 will initially come to Verizon at $349 on 13th June.

The new smartphone brings a premium design with Super AMOLED Infinity-U display style of Samsung applied to a massive 6.4-inch screen. The display also offers a Full HD+ resolution of 1,080 x 2,340. The inside Galaxy boosts mid-range specs with an Octa-core CPU as it pairs 4 cores at 2.3GHz and 4 cores at 1.7GHz. The Galaxy A50 has a 4GB of RAM with excellent multitasking functionality for a smartphone in its price range. You will also find 64GB base storage, but the Galaxy A50 supports expanded storage via microSD card up to 512GB. It uses a small cutout at the top of the display to house the front-facing camera, but flipping over to the rear is where it steps things up.

The Galaxy A50 has multiple sensors with a 25MP primary sensor for high-resolution images, an 8MP wide-angle sensor for photos with a 123-degree field of view, and a 5MP sensor to enable depth effects. There are also some advanced premium features beyond the camera and display. Samsung has brought the in-screen fingerprint scanning tech from its premium Galaxy S10 to the Galaxy A50. It will be available with a large 4,000mAh battery with fast charging. Smartphone users that can get by with a little less also have the option of the Galaxy A20 with a 6.4-inch display at $249 and the Galaxy A10e with a 5.83-inch display at $179. The Galaxy A50 tops the Galaxy S10e, in terms of screen and battery size.

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