Samsung Galaxy A50s and Galaxy A30s Likely to Launch in India on September 11

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Samsung Galaxy A50s and the Galaxy A30s are likely to be the next smartphones from the South Korean smartphone company to launch in India. Earlier today, Samsung India has posted a new tweet indicating the launch of new Galaxy A series of phones in the country. However, the company did not reveal the names of the smartphones. Going by the rumours, we may see the brand launching three phones in the country, including Galaxy A20s, Galaxy A30s and the Galaxy A50s. The Galaxy A50s, in particular, will be an interesting smartphone as its predecessor- the Galaxy A50 was one of the best-selling phones under Rs 20,000 in India. The Galaxy A30s and the Galaxy A20s will replace the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A20 smartphones in the portfolio. Notably, the Galaxy A50s and the Galaxy A30s were launched in some markets last month, so the specs may be very much identical when they reach India.

Samsung Galaxy A50s: Specifications and Features

The Galaxy A50s is a slightly upgraded version of the Galaxy A50 that was launched in India earlier this year. It's good to see Samsung refreshing its smartphone portfolio similar to its Chinese counterparts. With the new Galaxy A series of phones, the company might be aiming at better sales during the upcoming festive season. Talking about the specifications of the Galaxy A50s, the phone sports a 6.4-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display on the front carrying a resolution of 1080x2340 pixels and Infinity-U style notch.

Under the hood, the phone has the Exynos 9610 chipset, clubbed with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. There's a microSD card slot as well for storage expansion. Similar to the Galaxy A50, the Galaxy A50s also rocks three cameras on the rear side, but the sensors are different this time around. The Galaxy A50s has a primary 48MP shooter with f/2.0 aperture, 8MP wide-angle sensor and a 5MP depth sensor. The phone has a 4000mAh battery and 15W fast charging support.

Samsung Galaxy A30s: Specifications and Features

Samsung also launched the Galaxy A30s alongside the Galaxy A50s last month. The Galaxy A30s has a 6.4-inch HD+ AMOLED display with Infinity-V style notch. Similar to the Galaxy A50s, the Galaxy A30s also has an in-display fingerprint scanner this around, something which we did not see on the Galaxy A30. Underneath, the Galaxy A30s has the Exynos 7904 SoC, clubbed with up to 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Yes, the Galaxy A30s will most likely launch in three variants- 3GB+32GB, 4GB+64GB and 4GB+128GB, similar to the Redmi Note 8.

As for the cameras, the Galaxy A30s has three sensors on the back- a primary 25MP shooter, 8MP wide-angle sensor and a 5MP depth sensor. This Samsung phone also comes backed by a 4000mAh battery along with a USB Type-C port.

Samsung Galaxy A20s: Rumoured Specifications and Features

While the Galaxy A50s and Galaxy A30s smartphones went official last month, the Galaxy A20s will likely make its global debut in India on September 11. The Galaxy A20s specifications are floating on the web. The Galaxy A20 featured an Exynos chip, but the Galaxy A20s is tipped to come with the Snapdragon 450 SoC, clubbed with up to 4GB of RAM & 64GB of internal storage. The A20s will likely have an HD+ TFT display on the front along with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. This phone is also expected to come with a 4000mAh battery and triple rear cameras.

In other news, Samsung is also launching the Galaxy M30s in India on September 18 and the phone is confirmed to come with a 6000mAh battery.

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