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Samsung SM-A3050 and SM-A3058 gets listed on TENAA revealing specs

14 April 2019 2

The South Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung continues to announce new smartphones in its mid-range smartphone lineup and this time we get to see two new smartphones getting listed in TENAA listing. This suggests that these two smartphones with model number SM-A3050 and SM-A3058 would be launching soon.

While these two models seem to be network variants of Galaxy A30 though if you examine their specifications, that doesn’t seem to be the case at all. Instead, the phones look similar to the Galaxy M30 (SM-M305F). The newly listed phones i.e. SM-A3050 and SM-A3085 offer a 6.5-inch AMOLED display similar to M30 though the M30 has a lower display resolution to the newly listed smartphones, having 1560x720 HD+ resolution.

Considering the TENAA listing, these phones offer 1.8GHz or 1.6GHZ octa-core processor along with 4GB, 6GB and 8GB RAM in addition to 64GB or 128GB storage capacity, which is also expandable. Talking about the camera sensors, the listing suggests them to offer 13MP + 5MP + 5MP triple camera sensor while a 16MP selfie sensor. Samsung SM-A3050 offers an Android 9 Pie with a fingerprint scanner and comes in with 4900mAh battery capacity and offers fast charging.

There are various color options also available that include black, blue and gold. We don’t have any images to share of these two phones, we could hope to see these two phones launching soon.



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