Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10  is its marquee device,  but the world still turns on its mid-range A-series. The firm has launched updates to the popular A30 and A50 lines with the new A30s and A50s.

“Smartphones are a vital part of people’s lives, connecting them, allowing them to share their experiences and engage with the world, so users know people want and need to get the most out of their devices,” said YeonJeong Kim, Vice President and Head of Innovative Product Planning Group, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “As the way people use smartphones continues to evolve, we strive to constantly innovate, bringing people the best possible mobile experience. The new Galaxy A50s and Galaxy A30s are the next step in delivering next-level performance to essential everyday features.”

Both devices feature 6.4 inch Super AMOLED Infinity displays (albeit with the A30s using a 720p display.) Both have triple cameras, with the A50s packing a 48/5/8MP set up while the A30s comes with a 25/5/8MP set up. You’ll find enough battery to get you through the day with Samsung’s 4,000mahh batteries on both devices, and Samsung equips them with fast charging just in case you can’t.

The most striking part of these devices are their designs. You’ll get a “unique geometric pattern and futuristic holographic effect on the back” that’ll most certainly remind you of the Samsung Galaxy Note and Huawei’s Honor line of devices.

The Galaxy A30s and A50s will hit markets later this year.

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