At the MWC show, Samsung officially released its new low-end Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50.
In terms of appearance, the Galaxy A30 and 50 both use a water drop screen design, the size is also 158.5×74.7×7.7mm, and the back shell is made of gradient glass.
Configuration, the Galaxy A30 uses a 6.4-inch 2340 × 1080 resolution AMOLED screen, equipped with eight core (1.8GHz dual-core +1.6GHz six-core core) processor, built-in 3 / 4GB memory and 32 / 64GB body storage, up to 512GB Micro SD card expansion, providing a front 16 megapixel camera (F / 2.0 aperture) and rear 16 Megapixel (F / 1.7 aperture) + 5 Megapixel (F / 2.2 aperture) dual camera, battery capacity 4000mAh.
Galaxy A50 uses 6.4-inch 2340×1080 resolution AMOLED screen, equipped with eight-core (2.3GHz quad-core + 1.7GHz quad-core) processor, built-in 4/6GB memory and 64/128GB body storage, up to 512GB Micro SD card Expansion, providing front-facing 25 megapixel camera (F/2.0 aperture) and rear 25 Megapixel (F/1.7 aperture) + 5 Megapixel (F/2.2 aperture) + 8 Megapixel (F/2.2 aperture) pixel three-shot, battery capacity 4000mAh.
In addition, the Galaxy A50 supports in-display fingerprint, while the Galaxy A30 is post-capacitive fingerprint.
The specific time to market and the price of Samsung have not been announced.
Samsung Galaxy A50
Samsung Galaxy A30