Samsung’s Mid-Range A-series Phones Are Coming to the US

Posted on June 12, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Hardware with 11 Comments

Samsung is launching some new phones in the United States. The company announced on Tuesday it will be bringing its Galaxy A Series phone to the United States, starting with the Galaxy A50.

Samsung’s Galaxy A50 is a mid-range phone, coming in at $349.99. The device packs a three-camera setup, with a 25MP main camera, a 5MP depth camera, and an 8MP ultra-wide camera. All of the A-series phones are powered by Samsung’s One UI, just like the company’s Galaxy S devices.

Galaxy A50 also comes with a huge 6.4-inch full HD+ Super AMOLED Inifinity-U display and a 4,000mAh battery to power the display. The device itself also comes with 64GB of internal storage, and can be expanded to up to 512GB with microSD. For the RAM, you are only getting 4 gigs of RAM, and a quad-core processor.

Samsung will also be launching the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10e in the coming weeks, with the A10e starting at only $179.99. As for the A50, you will be able to pick one up from Verizon for $349.99 starting June 13.

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Comments (11)

11 responses to “Samsung’s Mid-Range A-series Phones Are Coming to the US”

  1. beckerrt

    I feel like the mid-range is way more interesting than the flagship space nowadays. Looks like some nice Pixel 3a competitors.

  2. Daekar

    I bet 99% of the people that buy Galaxy S phones could get along with an A50 without even noticing. Those are nice specs for $350, and the screen is humongous.

  3. UnciasDream

    We've had the A20, A30, A50 and A70 in AUS for a few weeks now. Great phones for the price. The big bright screen screams premium next to the stuff you'd normally see at each of the price points.

    Here the A70 costs the same as a Pixel 3a. And Google wonders why they struggle to move stock.

  4. kenkobra

    They need to add Samsung Pay to these devices.

  5. thisisdonovan

    These phones actually look really nice in person.

    Also, is this an ad? Serious question.

  6. skane2600

    I consider $349.99 to be at the high end of the mid-range. With the cheapest phones being well under $100 and the most expensive over $1000, I think we need more than 3 price range definitions.

  7. puruji

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