“Samsung Galaxy A50s will be a mid-range smartphone, going by its single-core score of 1676 and multi-core score of 5434 in Geekbench”
A new Samsung smartphone with model number SM-A507FN has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. Going by the model number, we might be looking at the Samsung Galaxy A50s, the successor to the A50. The listing suggests the Samsung Galaxy A50s would retain the same in-house Exynos 9610 SoC and pack 4GB of RAM, but there could be other variants as well. The Samsung Galaxy A50s is likely to ship with Android 9.0 Pie-based One UI custom skin. Going by the specifications, the smartphone seems to be yet another mid-ranger from the South Korean company’s stables.
The Samsung Galaxy A50s Geekbench listing shows the smartphone managed to score 1676 in the single-core test and 5434 points in multi-core, which is quite decent for a mid-range phone. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about the handset just yet. Though it’s not confirmed, the handset could bear design improvements, hardware upgrades with respect to battery, camera, display size and more. While it isn’t clear when the Samsung Galaxy A50s would be launching, reports suggest that Samsung is busy working on multiple Galaxy A series phones, including the long rumoured A30s, A20s, A70s, and a few others. These could be unveiled in the second of half of 2019. We should know more details soon.
Separately, 91mobiles recently revealed the exclusive live images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M30s. While giving us our first look at the smartphone, these images also reiterated previous leaks and rumours. The handset seems to pack the same polycarbonate back panel with a glossy finish and a cut-out for a fingerprint scanner. However, the rear camera module on the Galaxy M30s is slightly wider and smaller compared to the original Galaxy M30. The phone has also been tipped to arrive in at least two colour options, Blue and Black.