With model number SM-A507FN, the Galaxy A50s passed the Geekbench performance tests. Samsung launched the A50 in February, and a few months later we may be in front of its successor, and we get to know some of its specifications.
We are revealed in this test that the smartphone will be equipped with the Exynos 9610 processor, 4GB of RAM and will come standard with the Android Pie. In these three fields, it will be exactly the same as the already released A50.
The data revealed
- Android Pie
- Exynos 9610 Processor
- 4GB RAM
Looking at the specifications described here, the differences do not seem to be much between the Galaxy A50 and the upcoming A50s. However, the future model will surely offer improvements in the battery, display and even its cameras.
In terms of numbers, the Galaxy A50s achieved 1,685 points in single-core, and 5,446 points in multi-core. These are numbers in line with the base model, and not surprisingly since it is equipped with the same processor.
At the end of May, it was revealed that Samsung was working on several 'A' smartphones to launch during the second half of 2019. These are believed to be the A20s, A30s, A50s, A70s and A90s.
Galaxy A50s can be launched in conjunction with the Note line.
An official release date is not yet known. However, given that the Galaxy Note 10 will be released in less than a month (August 7), we may see news announced on the ‘A’ line by that time.
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