21 May 2019
From past few weeks, we have been hearing rumors the South Korean giant is working on a new lineup phone. The new P-series phones were expected to be exclusive for the Chinese customers. We also heard reports the standard variant will be P30 and P30+ as the top-tier model. Today two well-known tipsters claim that Samsung won't be releasing P30 lineup at all instead the devices will be released under Galaxy A-series.
Yep, it will be Galaxy A— SamsungMobile.News | Max (@Samsung_News_) 28 September 2018
This year Samsung expanded the A-lineup with a number of smartphones and the good thing is Samsung bringing new features with the A series phones. At the moment it is still in the dark why Samsung ditched the P-series and releasing the P-lineup phones under Galaxy A-series.
From what we heard so far regarding the P30. The device has Octa-core Qualcomm's chipset with 6GB RAM and either 64GB or 128GB storage. Following the latest trend, the device has Infinity display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The chassis is made up of metal with glass covering the rear side. The rear has dual sensors placed vertically on the top left corner.
No matter under which naming but these devices are expected to be announced in the next few weeks. Like the Chinese OEMs, Samsung is expected to announce the device in gradient finish as well.