New information points towards an imminent US release for the Samsung Galaxy A50
Samsung has released a whole bunch of Galaxy A series phones since the start of the year, likely in an attempt to offer more options across the mid-range and sub-premium segments. The company launched the Galaxy A50 a while ago, with the device going on sale across the world. Like with most phones, however, it's yet to be officially released in the US, but that may change soon.
According to a new report, the A50 is set to hit the US soon. A new update for the Samsung Pay app shows that the latest version supports the US model A50. That's solid enough proof that the device is on its way. This isn't coming out of the blue either. Reportedly, a previous leak by Evan Blass already touted a US launch scheduled for June 21. The device is expected to be carried across all four major US carriers.
The A50 can already be bought online for around US$300 but those are unlocked models and do not come with a US warranty. It's unknown what the official US model will cost but if history is any indication, it could go for as much as US$400. We think the Pixel 3a is much better value for money but that's a story for another day.
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