Samsung Will Release a Variety of “Infinity V” Screen Smartphones In 2019,

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Samsung got away from the trend of mobile phones notch in 2017 and 2018, but this year they are rumored to be using Notch in all series, including low-end mobile phones. Samsung, as reported 91Mobiles and Phone Arena, is preparing various models of bangs for cellphones output this year.

Technology companies from South Korea will launch the Galaxy A50 in the second quarter of this year, this smartphone will use the Infinity-V screen design that resembles notch waterdrop, only the angle of the curve is sharper. The Galaxy A50 will also have a fingerprint scanner planted on the screen. Sensors embedded in the Galaxy A50 are certainly different from the fingerprint scanner for the Galaxy S10.

The Galaxy A50 has a triple camera design on the back, reportedly the main camera sensor of 24MP. Chances are the Galaxy A50 will use the same camera as the Galaxy A7 which has a wide-angle lens and lens depth. This phone will be powered by Exynos 9610 with 4GB of RAM and running with Android 9 Pie.

The Galaxy A50 will be introduced along with the Galaxy A70 and A90, the latter two models will also use the Infinity-V notch. It is estimated that all Samsung phones using the Infinity-V screen total 6 models. The Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A90 will also use an in-display fingerprint scanner and several cameras at the back. Not many specifications are circulating about the two phones, but the Galaxy A90 is expected to have a capacity of 128GB and is available in black, gold and silver.

According to a report of 28th January, Samsung will also appear on the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 phones. These 2 phones will also use the “Infinity V” screen.

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