+ Monday November 18th, 2019

Samsung last month launched its latest midrange series of devices, the Galaxy A series, and its seems some of these devices have begun making their way to the major telcos, with Optus now stocking the Samsung Galaxy A30 through its Pre-Paid service, for $299.

The Galaxy A30, which is bringing some high end design and feature to the new battle ground within the midrange market for devices, certainly does look both impressive in person and on paper for the price listed. In case you have forgotten what the Galaxy A30 is offering, here is a bit of a refresher:

Key Specifications:Samsung Galaxy A30
Release dateMarch 2019
Screen size6.4-inch
Screen technologySuper AMOLED
Resolution2,340 x 1,080
Rear camera
  • 16 MP
  • 5MP
Front camera16 MP
ChipsetExynos 7904
Core config8 x 1.8 GHz
MicroSDYes, up to 1TB
Battery4,000 mAh
Battery removable
Headphone PortYes
Headphone Location
Speaker Configuration
Android OSAndroid 9.0
Vendor skinOne UI
Dimensions158.5 x 74.7 x 7.7 mm

The Samsung Galaxy A30 is now available through Optus’ website and through your local Optus Store for $299. Also as a brief reminder, the device is locked to the Optus network and unlocking fees will apply which you can find out more about here.

Source: Optus Prepaid - Samsung Galaxy A30.

Alex Dennis   Associate


By day, Alex works within the Industrial Relations field/occupation but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news.

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Paul Warner
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Nice price. I assume it locked to the Optus network??

Chris Rowland
Ausdroid Director

For prepaid its most likely, but you can unlock for a fairly reasonable fee if memory serves.

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