Samsung seems all set to release the Samsung Galaxy A50 in Nepal this coming month. The Galaxy A50 carries an FHD+ Super AMOLED display and features a triple rear camera set-up. And the display looks even beautiful with Samsung’s Infinity-U design.
A notable feature in this phone is the in-display fingerprint sensor. The device is powered by Exynos 9610 SoC with 10nm transistor size, while on the memory side you get 4/6 GB RAM available and 64GB and 128GB internal storage with respective variants. The storage can further be expanded up to 512GB via microSD card.
The Galaxy A50 comes with Android 9.0 Pie out of the box and features Samsung’s own One UI on top. A 4,000 mAh battery integrated into this device supports all your usage and the device also supports fast charging. Let’s make these specifications even clearer in the highlights below.
Samsung Galaxy A50 Specs Highlights
- Display: 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen, capacitive touch
- Resolution: Full HD+, 1080 x 2340 pixels, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, (~403 PPI pixel density)
- Chipset: Exynos 9610 (10nm)
- CPU:Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4×1.6 GHz Cortex-A53)
- GPU: Mali-G72 MP3
- OS: Android 9.0 Pie, One UI
- Memory: 4GB/64GB, 6GB/128GB; storage expandable up to 512GB via microSD card
- Primary Camera: Triple-Camera: 25MP, f/1.7, PDAF + 8MP Ultra-wide-angle, f/2.2 + 5MP depth sensor, f/2.2; LED flash
- Secondary Camera: 25MP, f/2.0
- Sensors: Fingerprint (in-display), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
- Battery: 4,000 mAh Li-Po battery; non-removable
This specs sheet refers to the device to be fancy for consumers. It’s available for as low as INR. 19,990 in India. And you’re getting a triple rear camera set-up and a 25MP lens on the front, which looks great on paper for the given price range. Similarly, you get the in-display fingerprint sensor in the device omitting the sensor on the back.
The company is also offering Bluetooth 5.0 support, a 4,000 mAh battery with 15W charging speed, and the IP68 water and dust resistance in the A50.
Samsung seemed to be struggling in the mid-range budget segment smartphones in Nepal with Chinese companies pushing their phones aggressively and Samsung not being able to balance their devices’ price and specifications. But looks like the company is gradually retaining their balance back.