The Samsung Galaxy A50 is the best phone in this brand, at least in the mid range. Fine performance, decent design, good camera, and reasonable price!
Providing a cellphone with good performance but affordable is not a Samsung habit. The J series, Samsung’s mid-range cellphone series until last year, gave a premium impression with build quality and a cool appearance, but yes, the performance was really perfunctory. Until then they changed the concept of their middle class phone and presented Series A cellphones in 2019, including the Galaxy A50.
If you can confide in, the Samsung Galaxy A50 is a middle-class cellphone that makes me really satisfied. I have used the Redmi Note 5, Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1, Oppo F7, Realme 2 Pro, Asus Zenfone Maxpro M2, and Redmi Note 7. But, only recently on the Galaxy A50, I really feel the satisfaction of using a middle-class cellphone that is capable of optimally exploited for daily work.
Even though they still use their own SOC, the Exynos 9610 is said to have powerful performance, considering that this SOC has used the 10nm manufacturing which is commonly used by high-end chipsets like the Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845. The result, with an antutu score of 145 thousand, this is equivalent to Snapdragon 660 which is in many middle-class cellphones today.
Not only that, the graphic performance of this mobile phone is also impressive. It uses the Mali-G72 MP3 GPU, with an antutu graphics score of 40 thousand which is even higher than the Snapdragon 675 antutu graphics score on the Vivo V15 Pro. This makes the Galaxy A50 able to play the smooth extreme right graphic settings for PuBG Mobile – one thing that you won’t get if you buy a mid-range cellphone from the next brand.
Just to remind, One UI on the A50 already features always on display, one hand mode, dual messenger, night mode, sepparate app sound, or dolby atmos, not all of which can be found in other cellphone brands next door.
Going to the camera sector, there are configurations of three 25 MP f / 1.7 cameras, 8 MP f / 2.2 (ultrawide), and 5 MPf / 2.2 depth sensors. The quality of the main camera may still be inferior to the Realme 3 Pro, but the presence of an ultrawide camera on the Samsung Galaxy A50 allows us to take pictures with a wider range.
Plus, the rear camera can record videos up to FHD + up to 30fps with a good level of stability. Meanwhile, the rear camera has a 25 MP f / 2.0 resolution with video recording capabilities up to FHD +.
Has a 4000 mAh battery capacity with about 5 hours of screen on times, its power resistance is fairly decent. Fortunately, this cellphone supports fast charging features of up to 15 watts which makes charging a 4000 mAh battery faster. For the security sector, there is a fingerprint in display feature which is a bit slow scanning and facial recognition which is fairly fast.