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Samsung Galaxy A30 and Samsung Galaxy A50: Samsung’s mid-range is renewed to the extreme

He Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy Fold They are not the only products that the Korean company has revealed to us at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​but we have also seen two mid-range terminals They look very good and promise a lot.

Is about The Samsung Galaxy A50 and Samsung Galaxy A30, two terminals that focus on the mid-range, and that, in Samsung's words “They are designed for the way people connect today: share, capture and consume live,” take a look?

This is the new Samsung mid-range

Samsung Galaxy A30

The Samsung Galaxy A30 is the most modest of the new terminals of the Korean company, and, with a screen of 6.4 inches at Full HD + resolution and quite contained dimensions, mount a Samsung Exynos 7904 inside that they accompany 3 or 4 GB of RAM depending on the version.

On the other hand, also the storage changes according to the version, and this goes from 32 to 64 GB, with the possibility of expanding it with a microSD card of up to 512 GB. A storage that will come in handy to squeeze your dual rear camera of 16 megapixels f / 1.7 and 5 megapixels f / 2.2, as well as his 16 megapixel f / 2.0 front sensor.

In addition to this, the terminal has a huge 4,000 mAh battery, NFC connectivity –With which we can use Samsung Pay or Google Pay–, as well as Bixby compatibility, which, as we told you recently, is close to introducing very interesting new features.

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Samsung Galaxy A50

On the other hand we have the Samsung Galaxy A50, a terminal that gives a leap in quality compared to the A30, and that, with the same size as its little brother – and even the same screen – goes on to mount a processor Exynos 9610 with 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of storage respectively. In this case, we are still able to increase this by using a microSD card

On the other hand, this Galaxy A50 increases the number of sensors of its rear camera up to three, leaving a 25 megapixel f / 1.7 main sensor, other sensor 5 megapixel f / 2.2 secondary and a last sensor 8 megapixels f / 2.2 ultrawide that will allow us to take ultra-panoramic photographs. The front sensor is also 25 megapixels f / 2.0.

The terminal battery reaches 4,000 mAh, a barbaric figure that assures us, as in the A30, a very good autonomy, and in addition, this has a ultrasonic fingerprint sensor located under the screen, like the Samsung Galaxy S10, as well as with NFC connectivity and fast charging.

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As you can see, Samsung wants to give its mid-range a boost, and has made an effort to do so introducing differentiating characteristics like the triple rear sensor or the fingerprint reader under the screen, which gives a special touch to these that your competition must achieve.