After the announcement of Galaxy A10s, Samsung’s plans for its midrange series during the second half of 2019 are now clear. The Korean firm will introduce several S-upgrades to its successful handsets until the end of the year. With the Galaxy A10s now available six months after the release of the original A10, seems that the A30S and A50S are the next in line.
The two handsets have popped out in the Wi-Fi alliance database bearing the SM-A307FN/DS and SM-A507FN/DS model numbers. Getting Wi-Fi certification often serves to indicate that a handset is giving its last steps in anonymity.
Unfortunately, not much is known about the Galaxy A30s and A50s apart from GeekBench results that popped out in the past months. Through these benchmarks, we know that the A30s will ship with an Exynos 7885 paired with 3GB of RAM. Furthermore, this handset should include a triple-camera arrangement which is an upgrade over the A30 dual-camera array. Last but not least, it should boast a 6.4-inch Infinity-V display with a 4,000mAh battery running the show.
The Galaxy A50s, on the other hand, will come with an Exynos 9610 chipset paired with 4GB RAM. That’s exactly the same amount of RAM found in the original A50. Like the A30s, the A50s should come with improved cameras and a larger battery. Unfortunately, there is no reliable information to confirm the rest of the specs.
More details about the two handsets will keep popping out until the release.