Samsung has already launched a couple of smartphones in the M-series and A-series this year. Today, two new Samsung phones were certified by China’s regulatory agency TENAA. The smartphones have model numbers SM-A3050 and SM-A3058.
Looking at the model numbers of the two smartphones, they are likely variants of the Galaxy A30. However, their specs are far from similar to that of the already launched Galaxy A30. In fact, they bear more similar specs to the Galaxy M30 (SM-M305F).
The Samsung SM-A3050 and SM-A3085 features a 6.4 inch AMOLED display like the M30 but with a lower resolution of HD+ (1560 x 720 pixels). According to the listing, it will come with a 1.8GHz or 1.6GHz octa-core chipset which will be paired with 4GB,6GB or 8GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB internal storage.
The devices also have the same optical configuration as the M30. There is a triple camera setup at the rear with a 13MP + 5MP + 5MP configuration while offering a 16MP selfie camera. The Samsung SM-A3050 runs on Android 9 Pie and has a fingerprint scanner and a massive 4,900 mAh battery with support for fast charging. It will be available in black, gold and blue color options. It measures 75.1 x 169 x 8.4 mm and weighs 174 grams.
The certification had no attached image but that seems to be the least worry. For a phone that has 8GB of RAM, an HD+ display doesn’t match up. This might be just a mix up which we hope TENAA will fix soon. As for the launch, Samsung has not announced any official launch dates as of now.