Samsung Galaxy A50s May Launch Soon, Gains Wi-Fi Certification
Samsung had launched its mid range A series smartphones back in 2014. the series was made to fill the gap between its flagship S series and its other affordable devices. The company has had its newest lineup of A series handsets receive a commendations. Now, a new report has surfaced that reveal Samsung’s plan of soon unveiling two new Galaxy A smartphones; their model numbers had been spotted in the WiFi Alliance today.
The two models are SM-A562N and SM-A561F which bear a sequential resemblance to Samsung Galaxy A50. The South Korean company had initially launched the Galaxy A50 earlier this year in February alongside the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10e (US exclusive). It is unclear if it is the Galaxy A50s as another unknown Samsung device was spotted on Geekbench with specs similar to the ones found in the Galaxy A50; carrying the model number SM-A507FN. The aforementioned device was also reportedly sporting the Exynos 9610 SoC alongside 4GB of RAM identical to A50’s configuration.
According to the certification, both the models will run on Android 9 Pie with support for dual band WiFi (2.4GHz and 5GHz). Unfortunately, finer details regarding the two mysterious Samsung devices are currently unknown. Only speculations regarding the device can be offered as of right now. The upcoming devices can be various different versions of the pre existing A series line up as well. It includes the Samsung Galaxy A70s, the A90, or even the A30s.
Samsung is going strong in every segment of the market, ranging from its flagship to even mid range handsets. The upcoming devices can be expected to be in the mid range and will offer specs similar to its predecessors. However, since no information is currently available these speculations can be taken with a grain of salt. More updates regarding the twin Samsung Galaxy devices is expected to arrive in the coming weeks, which will soon be followed by updates.