After the formalization of the Galaxy A10s the “s” versions of other smartphones belonging to the Samsung A-series would also be coming. It is likely that, for this line of devices, the Korean company has chosen to adopt a six-monthly update cycle.
Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50s could be next. The Wi-Fi alliance, in fact, has certified the SM-A307FN / DS and SM-A507FN / DS models that in the past few weeks had already been spotted on GeekBench (here and here) that had revealed some hardware features.
The Galaxy A30s should have an Exynos 7885 processor supported by 3GB of RAM and equipped with three rear cameras, a 6.4 “Infinity-V display and a 4,000 mAh battery.
For the Galaxy A50s, instead, it is assumed an Exynos 9610 processor supported by 4GB of RAM and, also in this case, an improved photographic compartment as well as a larger battery even if there is no more detailed information in this regard. All that remains is to wait.