Just barely five months after Samsung launched the Galaxy A50, the company is now banking on the smartphone's popularity as it is already brewing something up that could further its appeal in the mainstream mobile market. Dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy A50s, the purported refresh of one of Samsung's Galaxy A series' most attractive entries is almost within our reach as it officially pops up on Geekbench.
The Samsung Galaxy A50s' Geekbench listing, which reveals a model number SM-A507FN, has shown the smartphone's key features. Accordingly, the device will be powered by Samsung's in-house SoC, the Exynos 9610. This is the same chipset that fuels the regular Samsung Galaxy A50. Besides the chipset, the device is also revealed to come with 4GB of RAM and Android 9.0 Pie.
In terms of performance, the Samsung Galaxy A50s shows an output that is similar to the vanilla Galaxy A50. The device generated 1,685 points for its single-core score while 5,446 points were tallied for its multi-core score.
The rest of the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A50s are still under wraps but it is expected to offer some tweaks in terms of its camera, display, and battery features.
The Samsung Galaxy A50s isn't the only refresh that is expected to come from the revamped Samsung Galaxy A series. Last week, it was tipped that Samsung has already started working on numerous phones from the same lineup and could release them during the second half of 2019. Some of the model numbers spotted were SM-A107, SM-A207, SM-A307, SM-A507, SM-A707, SM-A907, and SM-A908. Accordingly, these devices are speculated to be named with the suffix "s" added to the name of their predecessors.
Meanwhile, a recent listing on Geekbench also revealed that Samsung might be releasing a refresh of the Samsung Galaxy M30. Dubbed as the Galaxy M30s, the device was spotted with the model number SM-M307 on the same platform previously.
While the official release date of the Samsung Galaxy A50s is still up in the air, we might not be waiting for it for long as it has now surfaced on Geekbench. If there's anything, we won't be surprised if Samsung releases the phone earlier than most projections.