Samsung’s two new smartphones, the Galaxy A50s, and A30s have been awarded Wi-Fi certifications and listed on the WiFi Alliance website. According to the regulator, the A50s is numbered SM-A507FN/DS, while the A30s appears with the model number SM-A307FN/DS.
Both smartphones appear to be supporting 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi and running Android 9.0 Pie. Earlier rumors indicate that the A30s may be released with Exynos 7885 processor, which should work with 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.
Another great highlight of this phone should be the presence of three cameras on its back.
Talking about the Galaxy A50s, the phone recently emerged on two benchmark platforms indicating little or no change from the Galaxy A50. Now the WiFi Alliance listed the handset, however, the certifications do not usually offer possible technical specifications of the device.
Samsung has also not said anything regarding the specs of both devices, so the only details available remain those that were provided by previous leaks. The phone is said to come with Exynos 9610 processor paired with 4GB of RAM and should ship with 64 GB of internal storage.
Other important points are its Full HD+ resolution display and the Mali-G72 GPU. The phone managed to score 151136 on AnTuTu, a score very close to the 140608 made by the traditional Galaxy A50. As a result, many point out that Samsung should only make a few camera modifications to the new device, as the A50 performed poorly on DxOMark.