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Samsung To Reveal New Galaxy A Devices Next Month – Could Be Something Major

Samsung has just announced some major news for the mid-range market. Following the annoucement of the Galaxy A30 and A50 at MWC 2019, Samsung it setting its sights on the next major Galaxy A device next month.

In a blog post published today, Samsung revealed details regarding their Samsung Galaxy A event set to go down in Bangkok, Milan, and Sao Paulo. In their post, Samsung didn’t mention any names nor tease any features regarding the device. However, given that Samsung is holding yet another dedicated event for their A-series of smartphones seems to suggest that these upcoming devices may play a major role in knocking the mid-range market to its core.

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Rumors, renders, and leaks had been suggesting the introduction of new Galaxy A devices. We’ve learned about the likes of the Galaxy A10, A40 and A60 so far, as well as a tidbit of the Galaxy A90. However, there’s no telling what Samsung may drop at the event next month.

Whatever the device may be, it seems like the device may be a device that would hit international markets as soon as it launched. Rumors suggested that the Galaxy A90 may be a Chinese exclusive. However, if the Galaxy A90 is the device Samsung may pull the curtain from, we may see the device hitting the international market.

Given how significant the Galaxy A30 and A50 are, we would suspect that this mysterious Galaxy A device would take that to the next level. Both, the Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50 revealed a major set of staples for the market. From a premium design to a trio of cameras at the back. Both devices also featured Samsung’s new Dynamic AMOLED display, a waterdrop notch, and a 4000mAh battery to make the deal even more enticing. Given that this device may be significant for Samsung, we may these specs take a bigger bump on paper, most probably in the battery and display department.

We’re talking about an even speedier processor, a probable Exynos 9810 SoC from last year, as well as a 5000mAh battery to offer a pat on the Galaxy M30’s back. And given that this would be a much more premium of a device, we could expect an under-display fingerprint sensor, as well as a set of classic Samsung features, to enable Samsung Pay on the device.

Regardless, we can’t wait to see what Samsung has in store for the device.

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