Samsung Galaxy A

A mid-range device for a mobile phone brand not only a source of heavy profit of the manufacturer’s sales volume but also directly affects the brand’s image in the hearts of most users.

The upper mid-range Galaxy A series in the Samsung brand has become the first choice of many consumers with its close to flagship features, decent hardware at affordable prices.

Gadgets360 reported, citing Korean local media report that Samsung is planning to introduce a three-camera design in the new Galaxy A series of mobile phones, but it is not yet possible to determine the specific release time.

At this stage, mobile phones equipped with three cameras are rare, and they are all flagship models. The most famous one is Huawei’s P20 Pro.

The report also pointed out that the next-generation Galaxy A series will be equipped with in-screen fingerprint unlocking technology. We have seen this biometric technology in the flagship smartphones like the Vivo NEX and Oppo Find X.

Till now, Samsung has not used this technology in any of its phones, but rumour mills are speculating that Samsung wants its Galaxy S10 to be equipped with this technology, which uses a lesser-known ultrasound solution than optical sensor technology.

We believe that the fingerprints and triple camera sensors could bring a considerable market share growth for the Galaxy A series. What you guys think, let us know in the comments.