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March 11, 2019

Samsung Galaxy A30 an Alternative of S10

Samsung Galaxy A30, the middle model of the A-series, between the Samsung Galaxy A10 and the Galaxy A50. A30 will be available in four different colors black, white, blue and red, although we have seen it in black and white. The availability of Samsung Galaxy A30 in Australia is not so confirmed but according to rumors and news, it is expected that this phone will be available in the mid of this year 2019.

System and Features

Samsung Galaxy A30's Android 9 operating system, it has the best user interference that made it easy to navigate from one menu to another. At launch, the phone will be available in two different variants one with 32 GB of internal storage and 3 GB of RAM, and a larger configuration of 64 GB with 4GB of Ram. It also supports micro SD cards, in the case where you would need more storage. It’s good storage for the normal user but if you need to expand the storage according to your needs you can expand it with the help of external SD card.  Well, let’s have a look at Samsung Galaxy A30 Review.

The Samsung Galaxy A30 is a phone with a very wide budget having the big screen gave it the impression of being a plus size phone. It was very light to hold and rather thin, with only 7.7mm thick, but we were also told that the A50 was 7.7mm, which seemed even thinner. The look meets 2019 standards, with a reduced bezel screen, although it does not actually have the glass bottom or aluminum frame of the Galaxy S10 series. It is made of the polymer at the back with a silver painted plastic frame. This seems at least convincing.

Samsung Galaxy A30 Specifications:

  • Screen Size: 6.4” inches
  • SIM Support: Dual SIM
  • Weight: Unknown Yet
  • Operating System: Android 9.0 (Pie)
  • Chipset: Exynos 7904 Octa (14 nm)
  • Processor: Octa-core (2x1.8 GHz Kryo 260 Gold & 6x1.6 GHz Kryo 260 Silver)
  • Internal Memory: 64 GB / 32 GB
  • Installed Ram: 4 GB / 3 GB
  • Back Camera: Dual back cameras 16 MP + 5 MP
  • Front Camera: 16 MP
  • Fingerprint: Not Supported
  • Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 4000mAh battery
  • Available Colors: Black, White, Red, and Blue

Camera and Battery

Samsung Galaxy A30 is an impressive budget phone for photography. It features a rear dual-lens camera consisting of a 16 MP main sensor with an f / 1.7 aperture and an ultra-wide 5 MP lens with f / 2.2 aperture. The ultra-wide lens has the same 123-degree field of view as the Galaxy S10 series. The front of the phone has a 16 MP selfie camera.

However, these effects were a bit disappointing in low light, the Live Focus mode was often too hazy or fuzzy, and the Auto Selfie feature, which we were supposed to be able to take a selfie simply by waving the hand, worked rarely expected. We could not see the optimizer scene effect having a noticeable difference, but we would need to use this feature in a variety of locations to make a final decision on its usefulness.

The pictures you take from this camera were not fantastic, as they seemed to have quite a low contrast and were a little too faded compared to the other cameras on the phone, but the images were not terrific and would be suitable for everyday use such as social media and video chat. With a significant battery capacity of 4,000mAh, the Samsung Galaxy A30 will easily last a day. It is almost as big as the 4,100mAh battery of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, much more expensive.

Display and Design

This smartphone has the 6.4 inches of Infinity-U AMOLED display was vibrant, with vibrant, contrasting colors. This is definitely a beautiful device and would be very useful for watching videos.  The big screen was broken only by a small cut at the top, commonly called a "teardrop-shaped notch," and it was used to house the selfie camera. That said, even with all these free screens, it seemed like the notification icons were a bit small.

At the bottom of the device, there is a 3.5mm headphone jack, which we are always happy to see, and which also comes with a USB-C connection. The power and volume buttons on the side of the device seemed a bit too high to fit comfortably, just like the rear fingerprint sensor, which is related to the size of the device, but that depends on how you hold your device. may not be a problem.

Price and Availability

Samsung presents the middle model of the A series. Samsung Galaxy A30 price in Australia is not confirmed yet but according to the news and rumors it is expected that it will be a mid-range smartphone. It is the best alternative of the S10 or other models of the same range. As it is considered to be a cheaper phone as compared to other Samsung smartphones.

As far as the availability of Samsung Galaxy A30 in Australia is concerned, Samsung hasn’t reviled any news about the release date of this series but according to the news it is expected that it will be released in the middle of this year.


Samsung comes with the alternative of its expensive smartphones. Samsung released the middle phone of A series which is A30. It is said that it will be the cheapest phone as compared to other smartphones which might come with these smartphones.


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