Samsung Galaxy A50 leaked render shows triple camera, minimalistic notch

Samsung Galaxy A50 leaked render shows triple camera, minimalistic notch

Najib from SoyaCincau BM managed to catch a peek of the back of the device and he confirms that the Galaxy S10+ will indeed feature a triple camera setup like numerous leaks are saying. We can also see the volume rocker and the power button towards the top on the right side of the device giving us a full run-down of the design. The invite received shows a sideways-placed "10" - likely referencing the S10, but also celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the Galaxy series. The device will use a triple-camera configuration on the back and a single front-facing selfie shooter.

Next year saw Galaxy S4 with features like "IR Blaster", smart programme, smart rotation and smart scroll. We can't say for sure, but we did get our hands on a set of phone cases that can help us get a pretty good idea. Both devices will sport a horizontally-arranged triple rear camera setup, while an LED flash and a heart rate sensor will be located next to them.

According to WinFuture, the S10 will offer a 128GB model with 6GB of RAM and a 512GB / 8GB version, while the S10 Plus will offer 1TB of storage and a massive 12GB RAM. How about a video preview of the Galaxy S10, which was just accidentally posted a few days ahead of the phone's launch? The company is also improving fast charging on its phones and as a result, the charging speeds will be increased to up to 22.5W from 15W. In addition to this, the device will also come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. As evident, it'll be the most expensive smartphone in the M-series trio.

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The Vivo U1 is expected to be the first smartphone from the company under the new U series of smartphones, which is speculated to take on the smartphones like the Redmi Note 7 or the Samsung Galaxy M30.

Following the success of the online-focused M-Series, Samsung is launching the M30, expected to be priced around Rs 15,000-20,000.

Samsung has scheduled a global launch event in San Francisco on 20 February and you can bet that we will be there to bring you all the latest. We might be able to hear about the new Samsung Galaxy Buds during this event. We will follow the February event minute by minute and provide updates.