Is this the Malaysian pricing for the Samsung Galaxy A30s and A50s?

Yolanda Curtis
September 13, 2019

It has launched the Samsung Galaxy A10s and Galaxy A20s alongside the A30s and A50s midrangers. Since this is just an upgrade, there isn't any drastic design change but Samsung has managed to improve the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 to some extent. According to reports, the Galaxy M10s should arrive with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1560 x 720 pixels.

The A30s, sports a vivid 6.4-inch HD+ Infinity V display alongside a Super AMOLED display panel. The processor has been marginally bumped to the next Exynos chipset, the octa core Exynos 9611SoC.


The Galaxy A50s comes with three cameras on the back panel of the phone. The phone is coming to Europe in October for a price of 750 euro, while a USA launch is not impossible, but Samsung has refused to comment on that yet. The additional feature is the night mode that adds a lot of value to the smartphone.

And finally, there come the Note 10's rear cameras, which are comprised of a 12-MP main cam, 12-MP 2x telephoto cam, and a 16-MP ultra-wide-angle cam. And while 256GB is probably more space than most people need - even the sort of power users that tend to gravitate towards Samsung's Galaxy Notes - not getting expandable storage on any Note still stings a bit. One that needs to be highlighted is if you were to focus the camera at a text, the Document scan feature turns itself automatically on. The 3GB RAM variant has been done away with and you have two 4GB RAM variants with 64GB and 128GB storage options.


Like most new devices nowadays, the Galaxy A50s is also equipped with a triple rear camera comprising a 48MP (main sensor) + 8MP (super wide-angle lens) + 5MP (depth) sensor, whereas the 32MP sensor sits in the front.


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