SAMSUNG ADDS MORE NOTCHES TO THE LINEUP: GALAXY A30 AND A50 HEADING TO PAKISTAN AFTER MWC RELEASE

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SAMSUNG ADDS MORE NOTCHES TO THE LINEUP: GALAXY A30 AND A50 HEADING TO PAKISTAN AFTER MWC RELEASE

Samsung has been a little late in terms of introducing phones with a notch and what was initially thought that Samsung won’t be following the trend at all, seems like a change in approach. While the rest of the smartphone market is looking ways to eliminate the notch, Samsung has just thought of introducing mid-tier and low-end phones with their so-called ‘infinity-U notches’.

This time it’s the A30 and A50, just released at the MWC, and Samsung seems to be very proud of their devices and are going to be punctual enough to introduce these devices in the Pakistani market. Pakistan has been a very strong point in terms of the sales of its mid and low-tier phones.

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Not only the looks and design are the same but Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 have almost identical hardware apart from the processor chipset, memory, and Cameras.  Both include a 6.4-inch Samsung’s Super AMOLED screen with 2,340 x 1,080 pixels and a U-shaped notch. The dimensions are also same at 158 x 74.7 x 7.7 millimetres, plus both have a 4,000-mAh battery and come with Bixby virtual assistant support. Both smartphones support up to 512GB of the microSD memory and both have support for Face Unlock.The Samsung Galaxy A50 is more sophisticated in the twins and features a dual rear camera setup of 25 MP (f / 1.7 aperture) + 8 MP (f / 2.2). The fixed focus front selfie shooter is comprised of a 25 MP sensor with f / 2.0 aperture. The Galaxy A50 also includes an on-screen fingerprint sensor and comes in either 4 or 6 gigabytes of RAM. Correspondingly, 64 or 128 gigabytes of storage is available.

SAMSUNG ADDS MORE NOTCHES TO THE LINEUP: GALAXY A30 AND A50 HEADING TO PAKISTAN AFTER MWC RELEASE

The availability of the phone is only confirmed in India as of yet, with a launch of date of 28TH February. However, Pakistan being the immediate neighbour of India, would be expecting the phone in markets by the end of March. Regardless of the release date, these phones are definitely something to be excited about with previous Samsung mid-tier phones failing to impress and with the invasion of Chinese smartphones manufacturers in these markets, Samsung has started to pay more attention on this category of phones and we would be expecting a strong competitor in the shape of the above mentioned devices.

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