The Galaxy A50 should be the Galaxy A smartphone more expensive than the series with features that wink at the current top of the range at least from what has emerged so far.
A rendered image of the Galaxy A50 from PriceKart has been released showing the new device that looks like a OnePlus 6T in the front, and looks like a very elegant mid-range thanks to the thin frames and a minimalist notch that should not even disturb the most demanding users.
The so-called waterdrop notch is part of the huge 6.4-inch Infinity U-type Super AMOLED display that makes room for a large 25-megapixel front camera, which should allow users to take great selfies.
We can also see the configuration of the triple camera on the back, which has a vertical layout at traffic lights for a total of 38MP divided into 25MP for the rear sensor and two support 8MP and 5MP. Then there is the small LED flash that is not part of the camera island but is positioned right under the triple camera.
The image confirms that the Galaxy A50 will be equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor, as well as a Type-C USB port and 3.5mm audio. A speaker is also visible on the bottom side, along with a tiny microphone.
The Galaxy A50 will be launched in the first half of the year, along with two other mid-range phones: Galaxy A30 and A10.