Samsung's Phone of the Future Looks Like This

Alonzo Simpson
June 14, 2019

Sprint is now announcing that it too will debut the Galaxy A50 this Friday, a flawless gift for dads and grads, for $0 down and $10 a month for eighteen months on Sprint's Flex Lease plan. Unfortunately, general consumers will not be able to buy it in the stores.

Samsung was not immediately available to comment on AT&T's cancellation or to confirm a new launch date for the Galaxy Fold. Salient features of this device include a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display with an Exynos 9610 processor and up to 6GB of RAM. The film protector lacks a cutout for the hole-punch camera, which should be placed in the middle according to recent renders.

Samsung, the South Korean tech major has officially unveiled the new Galaxy A10e in USA alongside Galaxy A20 and Galay A50.

Parents whose children are graduating high school, college, or even grad school may look to pick up a great gift to reward them for their hard work. And now we have one more leak that tells the same story: The Galaxy Note 10 is getting its own big redesign.

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Samsung Galaxy S9's camera now gets the much awaited Night Mode. The Galaxy A50 costs $349.99 outright. Sprint is offering the Galaxy A50 on its Sprint Flex Lease plan, so you must agree to an eighteen-month lease, a new line of service, and credit approval to take advantage of this offer.

There's no information about price and release yet, but if we were to guess, Samsung might reveal the new Galaxy Tab A (2019) at IFA 2019 trade fair, which is set to kick off in early September.

The Galaxy A50 will be available starting June 13th via Verizon, the other two phones will hit the market in the coming weeks.

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