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Samsung India teases Galaxy A 2019 smartphones

25 February 2019 3

As we edge closer and closer to the launch of Samsung’s new Galaxy A series, the company reveals more about its upcoming devices through teasers. The company is expected to launch around five new smartphones under the Galaxy A name. These include the Galaxy A70, A50, A30, and Galaxy A10. Samsung India already has a live page for a few of the Galaxy A smartphones. The best part about it is that some of these specifications of these smartphones have even been listed.

The official Samsung India page has the following Galaxy A series phones listed: Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50. The company has only listed a few features of each of the devices. However, do bear in mind that these are official specifications. The Galaxy A10 sports a single rear camera and an Infinity-V display. Sadly, the fingerprint sensor on this device seems to be missing. The Galaxy A30 features a dual-rear camera setup, has an Infinity-U display and a fingerprint sensor which is placed at the rear of the device.

The Galaxy A50 as shown in the teaser on Samsung’s page has a silver shell. The smartphone features an Infinity-U display with its highlight feature being a triple rear-camera setup. The device will also feature one of the most characteristic 2019 smartphone features, an in-display fingerprint sensor. Other features teased by Samsung include ultra-wide video mode, slow-motion recording, hyper-lapse video recording, and fast charging. Rumour has it that the Samsung Galaxy A line-up of smartphones may become official on 28th February.


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