That Samsung was going to give more importance to its Galaxy A family was something they had already confirmed. Moreover, practically one model will be launched per month from summer to summer. Among them will be the Samsung Galaxy A50 and A30, two terminals of which we have seen their specifications filtered but we did not know how they were until now.
Two photographs have shown how these terminals are on the back, confirming the cameras and the type of fingerprint sensor among other things.
So are the Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50
The two models that have leaked are from the same family but there are quite a few differences between them.
For starters, the Galaxy A30 will feature a fingerprint sensor traditional but in the back, instead of in the front area characteristic of Samsung. The Galaxy A50 for its part will have it integrated on the screen, such as the Galaxy S10.
Samsung launch a new Galaxy A every month until summer
Samsung takes up its old strategy of creating mobile phones and presenting a new Galaxy A monthly in India until the summer.
As for the cameras, both have a depth measurement sensor of 5 Mpx, but the A30 has a main sensor of 16 Mpx and the A50 has a main sensor of 25 Mpx and a wide angle of 8 Mpx.
There are also differences in finishes, at least in the filtered models since the A50 pulls more for the design of the A9 and A7 last year and the A30 for a more sober tone.
The Galaxy A of 2019 see all its specifications filtered
The Samsung Galaxy A of 2019 has appeared in a leak in which we know almost all its details. Processor, screen, measurements and even cameras.
Both models will have a 4000 mAh battery and will use Android 9 Pie series, with One UI. He Galaxy A50 will carry the Samsung Exynos 9610 processor, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory while the Galaxy A30 will carry the Exynos 7904 with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of memory.
In addition to these models, the A70 and A90 that presumably are also in preparation are still to be filtered but presumably the A30 and A50 will come out first.