Samsung has been appearing in news for the last few months for its upcoming range of smartphones including Galaxy M series, and Galaxy A series with a handful of models in both series, Galaxy S10 as well as Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Samsung’s one of the midrange series Galaxy A has tested one of its models on Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy A30. According to the benchmark details, the model number SM-A305F is powered by Samsung’s own chip Exynos 7885, which has also powered Samsung Galaxy A8 and A8 Plus 2018.
The phone is between the entry and midrange level which Samsung is expected to launch in lower price in order to regain the market which is being snatched by other smartphone manufacturers. Galaxy A3 will sport 4GB RAM and options of 32GB/64GB storage.
The phone will run on the latest Android version Pie. Since the company has tested the phone on Geekbench it seems Samsung is now in final phases of announcing the handset but it could take little longer because of upcoming Mobile World Congress by the end of February. Samsung might announce all its devices that are currently under rumors category by the next month or it might announced the entry level devices first and its flagships in the MVC 2019.