Samsung decided to follow the footsteps of its competitors and started blasting devices left and right to cover all available markets. This year’s Galaxy A series has no less than 10 new entries, and it looks like another one is coming.
A phone with the model number SM-A307FN popped up on Geekbench, yielding pretty much the same results as the Galaxy A30 we’ve tested – 1,319 for a single-core and 4,116 for multiple cores.
The standard Galaxy A30 was released with a 6.4″ screen and Exynos 7904 chipset. One of the directions Samsung could go is a Galaxy A30e with a smaller screen and…