Everyone wants a bigger and latest phone but rising prices of devices have made it difficult for many to consider flagship smartphones. Phones like the Galaxy Note 10 or iPhone 11 Pro cost most than $1000. There are many mid-range smartphones in the market, but most of these sacrifice features to reduce the manufacturing cost. For years, Nokia has dominated the budget category but now Chinese mobile phone companies are competing against big giants like Samsung and Sony.
To compete in the budget-friendly segment, Samsung released the Galaxy A50 that has bright and colorful appeal. It has a big screen of 6.4-inch with almost no notch. It has a teardrop cutup for the front camera housing 25MP camera. The screen resolution is 2340 x 1080 full HD. For the security, device sues an in-screen fingerprint sensor that can unlock your phone. It comes with 64GB expandable storage. On the rear side of the camera, there is a 25MP wide camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 5MP depth sensor. The combination of three cameras add features that have typically been reserved for expensive smartphones.
The camera app is quick and hardly takes any noticeable delay to take crisp photos. Even the live focus features – that adds depth to the images by applying blur effect on the background of the subject have done a great job. Samsung Galaxy A50 is powered by Exynos powerful 9610 processor and 4GB memory. It runs Android 9.0 alongside Samsung’s One UI out of the box. The device has a 4,000mAh battery that is enough to deliver a smooth experience up to 35 hours. The Samsung Galaxy A50 isn’t as powerful as Galaxy S10 or Note 10 but at the price less than $350, it’s a fully capable and affordable smartphone.