Two new Samsung Galaxy A series models have appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification portal today. The model numbers – SM-A562N and SM-A561F – are completely new and haven’t been spotted anywhere else, as per our knowledge. From the number sequence, it does seem these two models could belong to new variants of the Galaxy A50 series but that is just speculation.
As per the certification, both models run Android 9.0 Pie unsurprisingly and support dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) Wi-Fi. These two models also don’t look like the Galaxy A50s which was recently spotted on Geekbench with the model number SM-A507FN. This model also had Android 9.0 Pie and was listed with an Exynos 9610 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM. Samsung has already announced the Galaxy A50 in the US last month along with the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A10e. It is possible that Samsung could be working on a completely new A series model hitherto unknown. After all, there are plenty such as the Galaxy A70s, A90, and A30s which are in the pipeline. However, until more information regarding the model appears, it’s better not to make any conclusions regarding these new twin A series models. We’ll folllow these two models for further developments and will update the story as we find more details, so stay tuned.