Samsung’s plan to flood the Marketplace with a barrage of Fresh Samsung Galaxy A-Series mid-range smartphones Appears to be getting more Inclined as a new leak sheds light on the specs of the Forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A30.
As per a Geekbench Browser listing, the Samsung Galazy A30 would be powered with an Exynos 7885 SoC, coupled with 4GB of RAM and will run Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the box. These specs signify Samsung’s new approach of high-specced apparatus at mid-range costs to take on the increasing Chinese competition in this segment.
The Geekbench leak shows what might be the criteria for the model number SM-A305F, which would probably be launched as the Samsung Galaxy A30. While not in the most premium offering in the Galaxy A-Series, the phone does contain some interesting specs. As we mentioned earlier, this SoC is paired with 4GB of RAM and appears to be conducting Android 9.0 Pie in the benchmark, which will be a good sign of the being the phone’s OS out-of-the-box. The Geekbench listing was first seen from SamMobile.
It was earlier reported the Samsung Galaxy A30 will arrive in 32GB and 64GB storage capabilities, but it is currently unsure whether the two versions will include 4GB of RAM.
This contrasts well with an earlier report that said that Samsung could be planning to launch nine mobiles in the mid-range series in the first half of 2019 itself. The new releases will be largely aimed in Asian markets, which are very likely to include India and China, where the business is facing high competition from Chinese producers.
Moreover, it’s very likely the first Samsung phone to start this year would be the flagship – Samsung Galaxy S10 – that could be as ancient as MWC 2019 next month.