Earlier in the year, Samsung announced the Galaxy A50 and A30, which came to our shores a few weeks later. Now, the Korean tech giant has announced updates to both phones, with the aptly named Galaxy A50s and A30s.
The most significant difference between these phones and the ones that came before are the cameras. The Galaxy A30s now comes with the 25MP + 8MP + 5MP rear camera setup of the earlier A50. The A50s, on the other hand, now features a 48MP main camera , and its front camera upgraded to a 32MP sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy A30s has gone through a minor change to its display too. It now features a HD+ Infinity-V display, from the previous Infinity-U Full HD+ display. That said, it still maintains the 6.4-inch form factor.
Most of the other items on the spec sheet have been left unchanged. To start, both phones still feature a 4000mAh battery. The A50s comes with the same Exynos 9610 chipset as the A50, and the Exynos 7904 from the A30 can be found in the A30s.
The same can be said about RAM and storage options. The Samsung Galaxy A50s will have 4GB and 6GB RAM variants, as well as a choice between 64GB and 128GB storage capacities. The Galaxy A30s sees the return of 3GB and 4GB RAM options, as well as 32GB and 64GB storage capacities, though it also has a new 128GB storage option.
Despite the announcement of the phones, Samsung has not revealed when the Galaxy A50s and A30s will actually be available. The same goes for the pricing details, as well as the exact RAM and storage configurations available. It looks like we’ll have to wait for the company’s next announcement, which hopefully includes local pricing and availability details.