Samsung is bringing the new models under its mid-tier Galaxy A-Series line to the US for those who'd rather not spend big bucks on flagship phones. It's kicking things off by releasing the Galaxy A50, which was previously rolled out in some developing markets, with Verizon on June 13th. With a price tag of $350, the A50 is the most expensive in the line. It has a 6.4-inch full HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-U display -- named as such due to its U-shaped notch -- a 512GB expandable storage and a 4,000mAh battery for a lengthy battery life. The phone also boasts a 25-megapixel rear camera with a 75-degree field of view and a 123-degree field of view Ultra Wide lens first seen on the Galaxy S10.
In the coming weeks, Samsung is also rolling out its Galaxy A20 and A10e phones. The $250 Galaxy A20 has a 6.4-inch Infinity-V display, which has a V-shaped notch, and a 13-megapixel rear camera. It also comes with a 4,000mAh fast-charging battery and 32GB of storage. The $180 Galaxy A10e, on the other hand, features a 5.83-inch Infinity-V display, an 8-megapixel main camera, a 3,000 mAh battery and 32GB of storage. The company says the phones will make their way to more carriers and retailers over the next few weeks, though it doesn't have more concrete details to share just yet.