Samsung’s mid-range lineup gets a boost with the Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50


While Samsung’s highlights at MWC 2019 were definitely its Galaxy S10 lineup, the 5G version of the Galaxy S10, and its Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone, the company has not forgotten about its customers who might not be able to afford its high-end flagship handsets. The company has since taken the wraps off their mid-range lineup which consists of the Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50.

We have heard rumors of both handsets in the past where it was claimed that despite their mid-range status, they might be borrowing some features from the Galaxy S10. It turns out that the rumors were true, with the Galaxy A50 sporting a triple camera setup on the back with a 25MP + 5MP + 8MP combo, while the Galaxy A30 will feature a double camera setup with a 16MP + 5MP sensor combo.

The selfie cameras on either handset are also no slouch as we are looking at a 25MP front-facing shooter on the Galaxy A50 and a 16MP front-facing shooter on the Galaxy A30. Both phones also feature a similar display of 6.4-inches with a resolution of 1080×2340. While Samsung does not mention the chipsets used, the Galaxy A50 will be packing a quad-core processor while the Galaxy A30 will feature a dual-core processor.

There will also be a difference in RAM where the Galaxy A50 will be available in 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB RAM/storage configurations, while the Galaxy A30 will be available in 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB configurations.

Other features include fast charging, Samsung Pay, Bixby, and an in-display fingerprint sensor for the Galaxy A50, while the Galaxy A30 will use a regular fingerprint sensor placed on the back of the phone.

Source: Samsung

Tyler Lee
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