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The newly launched Samsung Galaxy A50 comes with triple camera setup and an in- display fingerprint sensor. It is the least expensive smartphone that comes with these two features. The price of this device in Nepal is Rs. 33,490.
Moving on, the Samsung Galaxy A50 has a 6.4-inch infinity-U display. The display is a Super AMOLED panel with FHD+ resolution that dis bright and the contents in it look vivid and colorful. This is a result of the Super AMOLED display as well. Anotehr highlight of the device is the in- display fingerprint sensor that, unlike the Galaxy S10 and S10+ is not ultra-sonic, rather it is an optical one just like Vivo V15 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro. As for the performance of the scanner, it is rather sluggish.
Talking about the cameras, the A50 features a triple camera setup with a primary lens of 25 MP, a secondary 8 MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and a depth sensor of 5MP. As far as the image quality goes, it is good at a glance but the sharpness of the photos is slightly less. Other aspects of the phone’s camera seem good as proved by our tests. The ultra-wide-angle images look good too. The colors in the pictures are look nice and vibrant and the dynamic range was good as well. We found the back cameras to be promising.
The selfie is a 25 MP shooter that captures decent selfies. There is a single shooter that works quite well. The absence of a depth sensor results to portrait selfies via software. The portrait selfies miss out on proper edge detection part many times.
As for the internals, the A50 has Exynos 9610 chipset with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal memory. The storage is expandable up to 512 GB via a dedicated slot. So, the powerful processor and the available RAM makes for a smooth performance. When put in comparison with the Snapdragon 660, Kirin 710 and Helio P70 chipsets. We have compared the A50 vs Vivo v15 and A50 vs Realme 2 Pro, the A50 outperformed in both the tests. Following are some benchmark tests:
Samsung Galaxy A50 AntuTu Benchmark (v7): 146360
GeekBench 4.3.2 (Single Core): 1719
GeekBench 4.3.2 (Multi-Core): 5554
3D Mark (OpenGL ES 3.1): 1303
3D Mark (Vulkan): 1394
PC Mark (Work 2.0): 5576
Andro Bench (Sequential Read): 502.23 MB/s
Andro Bench (Sequential Write): 189.92 MB/s
As it is evident here, the A50 has impressive benchmark scores. However, it is not quite good as the Snapdragon 675 chipset. When we compared the Vivo V15 Pro and the A50, the former showed better results. Similar is the case when compared to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro. You can however, play PUBG in highest settings so in real life the usage is not going to make much difference.
The A50 comes with a 4,000 mAh battery that quite endures in usage. The device comes with a 15-Watt fast charger inside the box and the phone gets charged form 0-100 percent in 1 hour and 48 minutes. As far as endurance goes, the battery will last you more than a day on normal usage.
The device comes with a single bottom firing speaker that is just okay in performance because at the highest volumes, it starts getting shrill and there is less bass as well. But when listening with headphones, the Dolby Atmos comes into play and makes the experience better.
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