Samsung today revealed the new Galaxy A Series, beginning with an initial roll-out of two new smartphones, the Galaxy A50, and Galaxy A30, designed to provide industry-wide innovations starting from the mid-tier portfolio.
The upgraded Galaxy A Series is being introduced with the announcement of two initial models. The new series offers diverse, powerful devices that can keep up with these spontaneous, collaborative interactions.
“We are committed to providing meaningful progress to everyone for a better mobile experience, and that innovation starts with the upgraded Galaxy A Series,” said DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics.
“People are changing the way they connect, and their smartphones need to keep up. Our new Galaxy A Series offers improvements to the essential features that will support these live interactions, with diverse options to meet their ever-changing needs.”
With the Galaxy A Series, consumers can seamlessly experience the Galaxy ecosystem using key services such as Samsung Health, Samsung Pay, Bixby, and more.
The A50 comes in a comfortable slim design and smooth curved shape, available in four new characterful color options: Black, White, Blue and Coral inspired by scattered light.
The Galaxy A50 and A30 offer the premium camera features, a long-lasting, fast-charging battery, and Infinity-U display.
The Galaxy A50 and A30 feature a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED infinity display. The Galaxy A50 comes with the triple camera setup (25+5+8MP) on the back, while the A30 comes with the dual camera (16+5MP).
The smartphones equipped with 25MP front camera and a powerful 4,000mAh, fast charging battery.
The Galaxy A50 packs with the 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB internal storage and support expandable storage up to 512GB. The Galaxy A30 comes with the 3/4GB RAM and 32/64GB internal storage and support expandable storage up to 512GB.
For security, the Galaxy A50 equipped with on-screen fingerprint unlocking system, while the Galaxy A30 fingerprint scanner on the back.