Price: Rs. 114,999 ($1103)
Display: Super AMOLED Capacitive Touchscreen, 16M Colors, Multitouch
Main Camera: Triple Camera 48MP, PDAF + 8MP (ultrawide) + TOF 3D Camera, LED Flash
Selfie Camera: Motorized pop-up rotating Camera (using main Camera Modules)
Memory: 128 GB built-in, 8GB RAM (SD Card not supported)
Processor: Octa-core Qualcomm SDM730 Snapdragon 730
Battery: 3700 mAh non-removable
it had been launched in Angel Gold, Ghost White, and Phantom Black colours. The latest of the company’s foray is in the mid-ranged segment in the form of the Galaxy A series. While it does look like a premium offering, the back panel here is made of plastic, which is kind of a give away about its status in the mobile industry. Samsung has been wise enough to price this smartphone wisely, and you can find it on Amazon. Samsung is using its iconic triple camera layout on the rear here which consists of 25MP, 8MP, and 5MP sensors. The front houses a huge 25MP selfie camera within the sort of a notch at the middle . With Android 9.0 Pie running by default, users can expect to urge subsequent major Android update when it’s made available.
The Galaxy A50 packs a mammoth 4,000 mAh battery, ensuring that the device doesn’t hand over on you halfway through the day. The phone uses a USB Type C port and also packs a 3.5mm headphone jack, something which may be a rarity among modern-day smartphones. The phone also supports 15W fast charging and Samsung is kind enough to supply a quick charger with the smartphone.
What’s also exciting about the smartphone is that the incontrovertible fact that it comes with an under display fingerprint scanner, something that seemed a foreign reality a few of years ago. this enables Samsung to use everything of the display and hamper on unnecessary bezels, thus keeping the phone relatively compact despite the massive display.
The retailer offers the smartphone in White, Black, and Blue variants, with the Coral variant ex-directory yet. It’s a comparatively new smartphone and meant mostly for European and Asian markets.
This is also the twin SIM variant of the Galaxy A50, supplying you with enough freedom to settle on the carrier you please. you’ll also wait to see out the phone when Samsung officially brings the phone to the U.S. during a few days from now.