News at the Mobile World Congress: Samsung incorporates the triple rear camera to its Galaxy A range - The Province

Samsung presenta sus novedades en el MWC.

Samsung has presented this Monday at theMobile World Congressitsnew 'smartphone' Galaxy A50, a terminal that is incorporated into its range of affordable Galaxy A phones and that incorporates characteristics typical of 'premium' models of the market such as the use of arear camera with three image sensors.

The rear camera of the new Galaxy A50 has a 25mpx sensor with ultra wide-angle optics (f / 1.7), to which is added another 5mpx (f / 2.2) and a third of 8mpx (f / 2.2), as reported Samsung through a statement.

In addition, the triple camera has Artificial Intelligence functions for therecognition of 20 scenes and fault detection, as well as an Intelligent Switch function that advises when to activate wide-angle optics.

Galaxy A50 includes a thin and slightly curved design with 'notch' in the shape of drop in which houses its front camera of 25mpx (f / 2.0), which detects depth and includes the Selfie Focus function with which it diffuses self-portraits.

Battery with fast charge

The new 'smartphone' also offersa 6.4-inch screenand FHD + resolution (1080 x 2340 pixels), in which your fingerprint reader is located on the screen, as well as unlocking by facial recognition and Bixby Vision function.

Among its technical characteristics, it includes4,000 mAh battery with fast charge, and configurations with 64 or 128 GB of storage (expandable up to 512 per microSD) and 4 or 6 GB of RAM, along with an eight-core processor not specified.

The company has not shared its availability and price date at the moment, but it will be launched in four colors:black, white, blue and coral, inspired by the effect of a diffuse light.


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