Samsung has several “s” variants of its new Galaxy A phones in the pipeline. Devices such as the Galaxy A30s and the Galaxy A50s were spotted on benchmarking websites earlier this month revealing some key details. More details about the A30s, which should be an iterative upgrade to the Galaxy A30, have now surfaced online today.
Triple rear cameras and more
Samsung’s upcoming “s” variant of the Galaxy A30 will sport a triple camera setup at the back, 91mobiles reports. The handset will also feature an Infinity-V display, the portal added. The regular A30 packs dual rear cameras and a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display.
The rest of specs of the Galaxy A30s remain a mystery as of now. However, the Geekbench listing had revealed that it’ll pack an octa-core chipset with 3GB of RAM. It may not be accurate though, as the A30 offers 4GB RAM and “s” iterations are usually meant to at least match the specs of the regular variants, if not better them.
The Galaxy A30’s dual rear cameras include a 16MP primary shooter and a 5MP ultra-wide lens. The A30s is expected to better on these megapixel counts while adding a third depth-sensing camera. In the battery department, the A30 packs a 4,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support. There’s also a fingerprint scanner on the back panel of the Galaxy A30, which runs on Android Pie-based One UI 1.1.
Samsung has reportedly begun mass producing the Galaxy A30s in India. It could launch in the country by the end of the next month. More details about the handset should pop-up over the next few weeks as we inch closer to the release.