Samsung has finally lifted the curtains over the Galaxy A30 and A50 following an amid series of leaks at MWC 2019. The newly introduced devices are set to captivate the mid-range market across the world catering modern hardware for mid-range prices.
Samsung Galaxy A30
The newly-announced Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50 come with a ton of things in common. As their name suggests, the latter of the two, the Galaxy A50, would offer a better overall experience compared to the Galaxy A50 thanks to a bump in its internal spec sheet.
The Samsung Galaxy A30 is set to launch some decent internals. The Samsung Galaxy A30 would be powered by Samsung’s in-house Exynos 7904 SoC and would feature either 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB of internal storage, a dual rear camera setup, and a 4000mAh battery.
Furthermore, the device would feature a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display featuring an Infinity-U notch as well as the usual Samsung set of features. With the Samsung Galaxy A30, you would get your usual rear fingerprint sensor, support for Samsung Pay and even Samsung’s darling, Bixby.
Regarding the camera setups, the Samsung Galaxy A30 comes with a dual rear camera setup as well as a single camera up front. The dual camera duo consists of a 16MP shooter plus a 5MP shooter (for depth). Up front, the device features a 16MP selfie camera for those who care the most about it.
Samsung Galaxy A50
The next device Samsung revealed today was the Samsung Galaxy A50. The Samsung Galaxy A50 comes with a same display and shares a decent amount of the spec sheet with the A30. However, being the higher specced of the two, the Galaxy A50 packs Samsung’s Exynos 9610 and would feature either 4/6GB RAM, 64/128GB of internal storage,
Furthermore, the device utilizes the exact same display as the Samsung Galaxy A30, sports the Infinity-U display as well as a decent set of features with the exception of a few upgrades. With the Galaxy A50, you’re looking at an under-display fingerprint sensor, support for Samsung Pay and Bixby.
Regarding the camera setup on the Galaxy A50, Samsung upgrades the shooter with an extra camera as well as grants a few sensor upgrades under the hood as well. With the Galaxy A50, you’re looking at a triple camera setup consisting of a 25MP. 5MP (for depth) and 8MP (ultra-wide) trio. Up front, you’re looking at a camera upgrade as well to a healthy 25MP sensor.
Regarding pricing, Samsung hasn’t given any word on that. In addition to that, Samsung didn’t reveal the any details regarding the device’s availability either.