Following their A Series, Samsung has finally unveiled their successor to their recently announced A30s and A50s. With that said, let’s see what these mid-tiers smartphones has to offer.
Samsung Galaxy A50s
The Samsung Galaxy A50s is a 6.4” FHD+ with an Infinity U sAMOLED display on the front and on the back it houses a triple camera setup – with that said what really changed with the A50s – it’s the Camera and Processor under the hood. It’s powered by a Samsung Exynos 9611 – an octa-core processor clocked in at 2.3GHz. Following that, they have also upgraded the camera from a 25MP rear primary shooter to a 48MP Camera, coupled with a 5MP Depth Sensor and an 8MP Ultra Wide Angle Camera. As for the front facing camera, it has received quite the bump – from a 25MP to a 32MP camera. Other than that, the phone has 4000mAh battery with support for 15W Fast Charging and an On-Screen Fingerprint Sensor as well.
Samsung Galaxy A30s
The Samsung Galaxy A30s on the other hand houses a 6.4” HD+ sAMOLED Display with an Infinity V Display. In this case, the A30s took a step back with the display resolution by opting in for a 720p display and as for the processor, it still uses the same one as the A30, which is the Exynos 7904 – an Octa-core processor with 1.8GHz respectively. In the camera department, it now boasts a triple camera setup as well – a Primary 25MP followed by a 8MP Ultrawide Camera and a 5MP Depth Sensor. It also has an On-screen Fingerprint Sensor.
As for those who wants to experience the whole Samsung Pay, now you can do it with these new A30s and 50s, as it supports Samsung Pay right out of the box.
Pricing and Availability
The Samsung Galaxy A30s is priced at RM 899 whereas the A50s is priced at RM 1299 respectively. With that said, Samsung will be having a bundle promotion for their smartphones – starting off with the A30s, which will come with a year of Screen Protection and Starbucks to go and the A50s with a 12 Month Protection Plus. The phone will go on for sale this 21st September 2019.