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The future looks promising for Samsung’s Galaxy A: report

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The Galaxy A family seems to be one of the lucky ones, since according to the latest rumors, the Korean manufacturer could implement fingerprint sensors under the screen , a technology that did not arrive in time with the Galaxy S9 or the Note 9 . Well, it seems that future plans for the renewal of the Galaxy A family do not stop there.

According to ETNews reports  , the triple camera would be released with the mid-range series of the manufacturer and not only that, but it would with a very interesting configuration.

The report specifies that the photographic equipment of at least one of the new members of the Galaxy A family would arrive with three cameras, one of them with a sensor of no less than 32 megapixels.

This sensor would be accompanied by two other sensors of 8 megapixels and 5 megapixels, and that the three would combine to offer better results in low light conditions and of course, perform the much sought after portrait mode.

The report also indicates that apparently, Samsung would already be working on the production of sensors of 40 megapixels, and that the family A could also be a candidate to release them although at the moment they are rumors and nothing is officially confirmed. What is clear is that if this “renovation” of the A family is confirmed for the better, we may also see an increase in its final price and a possible jump to the premium mid-range of some of its members.

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Tapan is a 20 years old and a current college going kid from India who loves to write and read about mobile technology. He covers almost everything but mainly he covers the news section. You can follow him on Facebook.

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