Samsung is still striving to strengthen its average ranges. Although the strategy followed by the Koreans is far from what it seemed at first. Here we are no longer talking about reducing the number of devices because the disappearance of the Galaxy J family has been followed by a genuine explosion of the models of the Galaxy A series. Not to mention the Galaxy M that looked like exclusive for India but are also international. The last one that passes through the media is the Samsung Galaxy A50s. Recently we have two leaks that show us what the phone will be like. And now we have the AnTuTu benchmarks result.
Mid-range smartphone with a 19.5:9 screen
Samsung Galaxy A50s has now gone through AnTuTu to continue to offer some additional information, and we bring you here. From the start, those already shown by Geekbench are repeated, but some are added. Like the fact of having 64GB of internal storage. A storage that we assume will come accompanied by a slot to place an additional microSD card, and that may not be the only storage available.
The Samsung Galaxy A50s, with the model number SM-A507FN will arrive with the Exynos 9610 on board. With its eight cores 1.74GHz, it should guarantee a rapid performance. Alongside with the 4GB of RAM and the fact of having Android Pie.
In addition, it is confirmed that we will have an aspect ratio of 19.5:9, so we expect the phone to have a notch in the form of a drop of water. 2,340 x 1,080 pixels is the resolution that accompanies this AnTuTu test, and which places the phone in the waters of the FullHD+. For now, there is no release date for this model S that will accompany the Samsung Galaxy A50 in stores, but we will continue to accumulate information before it arrives.