Flagship phones are getting more and more expensive year over year. This year’s Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ can cost well above $1000, a cost that not everyone is willing to swallow. That’s where Samsung’s new mid-range set comes in: the Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50.
It has a design that’s similar to the Galaxy S10, except for the tiny camera cutout notch at the top center of the screen. It stills looks good, and has a premium feel to it. And naturally, it’s going to sit at much more affordable, mid-range prices.
But when will it hit the US? We don’t know for certain, but an update to the Samsung Pay app says that it now has support for the A50 US in its change log.
Suffice to say, US consumers are going to have access to a more budget-friendly Galaxy S10 very soon. Not just a budget-friendly unit, but one that packs a punch in the hardware department, too. And honestly, it’s not a bad alternative to the upcoming Galaxy Note 10, if you don’t mind not having an S-Pen.
source: XDA Developers