After launching the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Fold, Samsung is yet again in the news, this time its for the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 — the new A series phones from Samsung. Both phones are reminiscent of Samsung’s recent launches: bigger batteries and appealing glass backs.
UPDATE: The Galaxy A30 price in Nepal is Rs. 28,490 and the Galaxy A50 price in Nepal is Rs. 33,490. Click here for more information.
Although the leaks already pointed out the specs, let’s take a thorough look at it. The Galaxy A50 has a big 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display that hides the in-display fingerprint scanner underneath it. The screen pops out Full HD+ resolution, while the teardrop notch(aka Infinity-O display) provides you a better screen real estate. On the other hand, the Galaxy A30 borrows the same footprint but has an Exynos 7885 chipset as opposed to A50’s Exynos 9610 chipset. The A30 also misses out on an in-display fingerprint scanner but has it at the back.
The rear of the A50 definitely turn one’s head around, thanks to the vertically aligned triple rear cameras. Out of three, the normal one has a 25MP module with an f/1.7 lens that’s paired with a 5MP f/2.2 depth sensor. The remaining one is an 8MP ultra wide-angle sensor. While the triple camera definitely sounds exciting, we hope that it doesn’t disappoint like Samsung’s own Galaxy A9 which had four cameras. The front, though, has a 25MP selfie snapper with f/2.0 aperture.
As for the A30, there’s no triple camera setup. It gets a different treatment with a dual 16MP + 5MP sensors out of which the first is the normal one and the second is a wide angle shooter. The selfie camera also downgrades to 16 mega-pixel.
The memory configuration of the phones is also different here. The Galaxy A50 comes in 4/64GB and 6/128GB variants, whereas the A30 comes in 3/32GB and 4/64GB models.
Both phones are aesthetically pleasing to the eye, all thanks to the so-called “3D Glasstic” design. The Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 will be available in four color options: white, black, blue and coral. However, the Galaxy A30 will miss out on the orange(or pink, depending on your perception) color option.
The pricing and availability of both phones are yet to be announced. But we’ll let you know once it’s announced.