Samsung announced today that they will be rolling out two new mid-range Galaxy A series phones named A30 and A50 in the smartphone market. People will get to purchase these phones at budget friendly prices compared to the expensive Galaxy S10 phones that were unveiled recently. The company is aiming to create a better impression with the Indian consumers where competitors like Xiaomi are ruling over the cheaper phone segment.
Samsung is focusing more on the camera of these new devices and wants buyers to experience the minute details of each picture like how they would on a high-end smartphone. Three rear cameras are expected on the A50 handset where one would be a primary 25 megapixel main camera, the second would be 8 megapixel ultra wide lens intelligent camera and the third would be 5 megapixel depth sensor. On the front, there would be a 25MP camera with a selfie focus feature.
The A30 handset will have a 16MP camera on the front with a 16 megapixel primary lens and 5 megapixel wide angle lens on the rear. Both the devices will also support a fingerprint scanner – on the front display for A50 and on the back for A30.
DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics said:
We are committed to providing meaningful progress to everyone for a better mobile experience, and that innovation starts with the upgraded Galaxy A Series. 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.