Samsung is rounding out its budget and mid-tier smartphone choices in the US with the Galaxy A50, which borrows and even exceeds some options from the extra premium Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e. Alongside the A50, Samsung is additionally bringing the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10e to extra carriers to provide customers budget choices.
The Galaxy A50 will come first to Verizon on June 13 for $349. It convey a premium design with Samsung’s Super AMOLED Infinity-U show fashion utilized to a large 6.4-inch display screen. That show additionally gives a Full HD+ decision of 1,080 x 2,340.
Inside, the Galaxy A50 boasts mid-range specs with a octa-core CPU that pairs 4 cores at 2.3GHz and 4 cores at 1.7GHz. It additionally comes with 4GB of RAM, which ought to provide respectable multitasking functionality for a telephone in its value vary. The base storage is 64GB, however the Galaxy A50 helps expanded storage by way of microSD card up to 512GB.
The Galaxy A50 makes use of a small cutout at the prime of the show to home the front-facing digicam, however flipping over to the rear is the place it steps issues up. It has a number of sensors, with a 25MP major sensor for high-resolution pictures, an 8MP wide-angle sensor for images with a 123-degree discipline of view, and a 5MP sensor to allow depth results.
There are additionally some premium options past the digicam and show. Samsung has introduced the in-screen fingerprint scanning tech from its premium Galaxy S10 to the Galaxy A50, and it is also packed a big 4,000mAh battery with quick charging. In phrases of display screen and battery dimension, the Galaxy A50 tops the Galaxy S10e.
Smartphone customers that may get by with rather less even have the choice of the Galaxy A20 with a 6.4-inch show at $249 and the Galaxy A10e with a 5.83-inch show at $179.
The expanded availability of the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10e ought to see them come to extra carriers and retailers in the coming weeks, although exact particulars weren’t offered.