All attention might be towards Samsung Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, but the company has also removed time to revive a few of its mid-range smartphones, with the Galaxy A30 and A50 devices receiving iterative ‘s’ variants.
This is good news majorly for those who wish to buy a Samsung handset at affordable prices. However, there’s one downgrade for the low-priced A30s- it comes with a reduced screen resolution of 720p in contrast to A30 which comes with 1080p.
Besides this, the other changes made are for the better. In terms of look, both the devices come with a new back panel design with holographic effect. Both A30s and A50s also come with upgraded camera chops. The A30s leaps from a 16MP shooter in the original to a 25MP version. The ultra-wide snapper also receives an upgrade, steeping from 5MP to 8MP. Meanwhile, the costlier A50s receives a 48MP camera at the rear, up from the 25MP in the original. The front shooter receives a boost from 25MP to 32MP.
In addition to the refreshed camera features, the A30s even comes with a new Exynos 7885 processor. On the other hand, the A50s comes with the same processor like the original, i.e. Exynos 9610. Moreover, the A30s also comes with an on-screen fingerprint scanner.
Samsung is yet to officially announce the release date and price of these two devices.