Samsung brought One UI to the Galaxy S9 series of devices on December 24th, but hasn't done the same for its latest flagship, the Note 9. Samsung's smallest Galaxy S10 next year, the Lite model, will have a screen even bigger than the Galaxy S7 edge, and that's because Samsung has developed technology that allows it to extend the display from corner to corner, just like Apple did with all its iPhone X versions. Not only this the device will also apparently pack a 24 MP main rear camera. This is particularly true for mid-range smartphones from Samsung, and Galaxy A50 happens to be one of them. It is also not clear if a notch or a display hole will host the front-facing camera of the smartphone. Earlier reports revealed that the phone will come with 5,000 mAh battery.
Having said that, consumers in India have no reason to feel excited about this possibility, as the supposed device will mostly be available in markets like Europe and United States among others. IceUniverse has also shared a of the protective films for the Galaxy S10+, and also an of the Galaxy S10+ in working condition.
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The smartphone will run on Samsung's own Exynos 9610 processor.
While the M series phone is expected to go official before the S10, the A series phone might launch only after the Mobile World Congress 2019. Galaxy S10 series of phones are said to launch running on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box.
The smartphone is also expected to have in-display fingerprint sensor.