The last three phones from the Galaxy A series, including the A7, the A9, and A8s, brought us triple-lens, quad-lens rear cameras, and the Infinity-O display, respectively. This is because Samsung usually launches its flagship devices with the new Android version first and the rest of its smartphones follow.
Display Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is a panel Super AMOLED 5.8 inch diagonal and the basis of the smartphone will be Qualcomm or Samsung 855 9820 for Russian Federation. As always, we can't confirm that the image is accurate, but it appears to be a press photo or an image that would be published to Samsung's website to promote the smartphone, suggesting it could be the real deal. The release of the smartphone is expected in March, and their announcement is scheduled for 20 February of the new year. It was reproted that Sasming is looking to offer four models this time around and that it will come with features like 5G support, in-display fingerprint scanner, multi camera setup and more. Not to mention that the punch-hole camera design looks a lot better than the notch. The device will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 7 9610 chipset, an octa-core processor with four Cortex-A73 cores and four A53s. Furthermore, recent rumors claim that the handset will include 4GB of RAM, and the device will be available in two hardware variants that have either 64GB or 128GB of internal flash storage.
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Although we fully expect it to be launched in the first half of 2019, picking out a particular month will be tough right now.
Further reports place an in-display fingerprint sensor on the A50, but it is said to be an optical sensor rather than the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor expected in the S10.