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A mid-range phone with a premium feel

Mid-range prowess

The Galaxy A50 is a mid-range smartphone pulling its weight with a set of features and performance above its limits. This is a workhorse capable of doing much of what you would expect from a phone, and it starts with the screen. It carries much of the experience of the Galaxy A70, yet is also a considerable upgrade from the Galaxy A20.

With a large 6.4-inch Super AMOLED and thin bezels all around, the Galaxy A50 benefits from a flatter display that simplifies handling every time you reach for it. The iridescent back shimmers and shines with a prism effect when angled to the light, adding some flamboyance to the way it looks.

The optical fingerprint sensor is built right into the display for a convenient way to get past the lockscreen. An efficient Exynos 7 octa-core processor keeps things running smoothly, including 4GB of RAM for multitasking. If the 64GB of internal storage isn’t enough, the microSD card slot can expand that up to 512GB.

Samsung made this phone with an innovative material called 3D Glasstic, a specially-treated plastic blend that resembles true glass. It also lightens the load, so in spite of its size, the phone is lighter than comparable models using real glass.

Dual camera setup

The Galaxy A50 has a dual lens array in the rear camera that starts with a 25-megapixel image sensor with an f/1.7 aperture that can capture good photos in a variety of conditions. The 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera has a 123-degree field of view to fit so much more into a frame. A 5-megapixel Depth Camera can adjust depth of field for a really nice bokeh effect when shooting in Live Focus mode.

Samsung also included some software tools to help improve camera output. The AI-driven Scene Optimizer can recognize up to 20 different scenes to help compose better shots wherever you choose to shoot. With Night mode, low-light and night photography doesn’t have to be as difficult, thanks to smarter software that takes multiple photos at different exposures to produce a well-lit photo.

The 25-megapixel front-facing camera makes selfies easier to take with extra quality to ensure that everything looks good when you look at it. The improved processing is flattering to faces and offers enough room in the frame to capture part of the world around you.

Lively battery

The Galaxy A50 has a 4000mAh battery that can keep it running throughout a day with space to spare. With that kind of all-day efficiency, range anxiety isn’t going to be a problem when using this phone throughout any given day.

There is no wireless charging, but it does support Fast Charge through a 15W charger that can provide up to 30 per cent power with only a 30-minute charge through the USB-C port. With solid battery life and quick charging, the Galaxy A50 won’t stop working for you.

A mid-range phone with a premium feel

Mid-range prowess

The Galaxy A50 is a mid-range smartphone pulling its weight with a set of features and performance above its limits. This is a workhorse capable of doing much of what you would expect from a phone, and it starts with the screen. It carries much of the experience of the Galaxy A70, yet is also a considerable upgrade from the Galaxy A20.

With a large 6.4-inch Super AMOLED and thin bezels all around, the Galaxy A50 benefits from a flatter display that simplifies handling every time you reach for it. The iridescent back shimmers and shines with a prism effect when angled to the light, adding some flamboyance to the way it looks.

The optical fingerprint sensor is built right into the display for a convenient way to get past the lockscreen. An efficient Exynos 7 octa-core processor keeps things running smoothly, including 4GB of RAM for multitasking. If the 64GB of internal storage isn’t enough, the microSD card slot can expand that up to 512GB.

Samsung made this phone with an innovative material called 3D Glasstic, a specially-treated plastic blend that resembles true glass. It also lightens the load, so in spite of its size, the phone is lighter than comparable models using real glass.

Dual camera setup

The Galaxy A50 has a dual lens array in the rear camera that starts with a 25-megapixel image sensor with an f/1.7 aperture that can capture good photos in a variety of conditions. The 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera has a 123-degree field of view to fit so much more into a frame. A 5-megapixel Depth Camera can adjust depth of field for a really nice bokeh effect when shooting in Live Focus mode.

Samsung also included some software tools to help improve camera output. The AI-driven Scene Optimizer can recognize up to 20 different scenes to help compose better shots wherever you choose to shoot. With Night mode, low-light and night photography doesn’t have to be as difficult, thanks to smarter software that takes multiple photos at different exposures to produce a well-lit photo.

The 25-megapixel front-facing camera makes selfies easier to take with extra quality to ensure that everything looks good when you look at it. The improved processing is flattering to faces and offers enough room in the frame to capture part of the world around you.

Lively battery

The Galaxy A50 has a 4000mAh battery that can keep it running throughout a day with space to spare. With that kind of all-day efficiency, range anxiety isn’t going to be a problem when using this phone throughout any given day.

There is no wireless charging, but it does support Fast Charge through a 15W charger that can provide up to 30 per cent power with only a 30-minute charge through the USB-C port. With solid battery life and quick charging, the Galaxy A50 won’t stop working for you.