Earlier this week, Samsung announced the Galaxy A10s, which is an upgraded version of the Galaxy A10 as it packs dual rear cameras, a fingerprint sensor and a bigger battery. That is what the 'S' versions of Galaxy A-series phones will be about - minor upgrades to existing phones - and it looks like more are on their way. We have been hearing about the Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50s in recent months, and both these enhanced Galaxy A phones have now received certification by Wi-Fi Alliance.
The Wi-Fi Alliance site lists model numbers SM-A307FN/DS and SM-A507FN/DS, which refer to the Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50s, respectively. The certification does not reveal a lot of details about the two devices apart from the fact that they will run on Android 9 Pie and will come with dual-band Wi-Fi capabilities.
The Galaxy A30s will largely be based on the original A30, but with some upgrades. While the A30 sports an Infinity-U display and dual cameras, the A30s is said to feature an Infinity-V display and triple rear cameras. The screen size is expected to be similar at 6.4 inches coupled with a FHD+ resolution.
As per a previous Geekbench listing, the A30s may come with an Exynos 7885 chipset paired with 3GB of RAM. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A50s has also been spotted on Geekbench previously with an Exynos 9610 SoC and 4GB of RAM, which is similar to the original A50. The Galaxy A50s will may also come with upgraded cameras and possibly a bigger battery.