samsung a series smartphones to feature a triple camera setup

Samsung Galaxy A (2019) series will feature a triple camera setup

The upcoming Samsung flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is still far from becoming a reality. The device is tipped to feature a triple camera setup just like the previously launched Huawei P20 Pro.

Though Samsung is generally known for keeping its top-notch features to its flagship devices i.e. the Galaxy S series and the Galaxy Note series of smartphones, it is planning to make the upcoming Galaxy A series of smartphones (2019) to feature some of those, as per the industrial sources. No doubts, the company will trim down the features somewhat, but it will be pretty interesting to see a triple camera setup in a mid-range smartphone like a Samsung Galaxy A series device.

Furthermore, the source adds that the device will also incorporate an under-display fingerprint scanner. The company will make use of optical display-based fingerprint sensor for the Galaxy A series smartphones.

samsung a series smartphones to feature a triple camera setup

The company is aiming to test both of these features with its mid-range smartphones before implementing them in their upcoming flagship which kind of makes sense. Given that Samsung has had a history of messing things around, it appears to be a wise move.

The Galaxy S10 lineup is also tipped to feature an under-display fingerprint scanner, but it will be a much more advanced ultrasonic fingerprint scanner instead.

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Coming to the launch date of the first device in the upcoming Galaxy A lineup, we can certainly expect it to be launched somewhere by the end of this year as the company usually unveils the A series of smartphones a bit earlier than their flagship S lineup. That said, nothing can be said for sure as of now.

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