At a press event held at MWC, Samsung officially announces the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50. Both of the devices are the first devices to get Infinity-U display in the A-series. Also, these displays are SuperAMOLED as well. Out of the two, the A50 has trump card hidden.
Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 specifications
First, let’s start with the Galaxy A30. The Galaxy A30 comes with a massive 6.4-inch sAMOLED display at FHD+ resolution. The device will run on Exynos 7904 processor, the Samsung latest Mid-Range processor. The same processor is been used M-series Galaxy M20. The device will have a dual camera setup onboard. The main camera is of 16MP and the secondary camera is 5MP. The front camera here is a 16MP camera.
The Galaxy A50 comes with a similar display like Galaxy A30. However, Samsung is using here their latest upper-mid range processor: Exynos 9610. This is also one of the latest processors and has a 7nm chip size. Here the camera is a triple one. The main camera is a 25MP, the second one is the 5MP depth-sensing camera. The third camera is an Ultra Wide 8MP camera. Also, the trump of the Galaxy A50 is the under-display fingerprint scanner. It is, however, not the Ultrasonic just like S10, but is an Optical sensor. The front camera is a massive 25MP camera.
Both Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 carries a massive 4,000mAh battery. Both of the devices will feature fast charging, thanks to their USB Type-C (most probably). Also, The devices will have two storage variants: 4/64 and 6/128 for Galaxy A50 and 3/32 and 4/64 for Galaxy A30, which clearly indicates the A30 will target the budget range.
Both Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 will support microSD expansion up to 512GB.
Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 Colors and availability
These two devices will go on sale starting mid-March. Also, the colors here will be unique. You will have options to choose between Black, White(yes!), Blue, and a gradient with Coral inspired by scattering light. Samsung will hold an event in India on February 28th for the device launch in India.
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