Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A50 is getting closer and closer to its release. It’s now been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, with the model number SM-A505FN/DS. That’s the dual-SIM version of the phone that went through Geekbench last month with an Exynos 7 9610 chipset on board, paired with 4GB of RAM.
The A50 should have 64 or 128GB of storage as well as a 4,000 mAh battery and launch in blue, pink, black, silver, and white. The Wi-Fi certification has confirmed that it’s running Android 9 Pie. This means it may be released after the S10 family, since Samsung usually preloads new Android versions on its flagships first.
The A50 has been rumored to pack a 24 MP main rear camera, and it may also get wireless charging and an in-display fingerprint sensor. Speaking of the screen, it is said to be of the LCD variety.