Upcoming Samsung Galaxy A50s with model number SM-A507FN has been found in a Geekbench listing today and the specs are identical to the predecessor Galaxy A50 (SM-A505F).
The Geekbench listing confirms that there won’t be major changes in the core specs of the phone. The Galaxy A50s will be powered by the same Exynos 9610 SoC and 4GB RAM present in the Galaxy A50. The phone will ship with Android 9 Pie out of the box. Even the Geekbench scores of both the phones are very similar.
With the new Samsung Galaxy A50s, we can expect some very minor upgrades like changes in the battery capacity, display size and a higher RAM variant, possibly! There may also be some changes in the dimensions of the phone, weight and type of display used and the cameras as well.
Reports emerged in the last week of May that Samsung has started working on several phones in the ‘A’ series lineup and that it will be releasing them in the second half of 2019. Some of the model numbers were confirmed to be SM-A107, SM-A207, SM-A307, SM-A507, SM-A707, SM-A907 and SM-A908. These phones are likely to be named with the suffix ‘s’ added to their predecessors’ name.
They would end up being called Galaxy A20s, A30s, A50s, A70s and A90s respectively, just like how phones with model numbers ending in ’02’ were named with the suffix ‘e’ like Galaxy A10e and Galaxy A20e . However, we are not sure what moniker SM-A908 will bear. In addition to these, we also found SM-M307 in Geekbench, which is believed to be the Galaxy M30s.
The release date of Galaxy A50s or other similar devices is not known yet. Though Samsung might be working on all these mid-range phones in the A-series lineup, we can say for sure that the South Korean giant is putting all its efforts in its big launch of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, which is hardly a month away.