If there was a year when Samsung was very busy in the smartphone market, it would be this one.
After the announcement of the Galaxy A50 earlier this year, it is now evident that the company is working on a Galaxy A50s to offer even better specs than the other unit. This claim is backed up by a sighting on GeekBench which shows the coming unit.
According to the GeekBench listing, this coming unit will have an Exynos 9610 chipset under the hood and come with as much as 4GB of RAM. Of course, the default OS is the Android Pie, and users will hope to get the Android Q after Samsung must have rolled it out to their top of the line units.
All of these agree with what we already have on the standard Galaxy A50, but there is a high chance the battery, displays and cameras make all the differences.
For now, we wait till Samsung makes an official announcement or mentions the phone in any way.