Samsung Galaxy A50 Review in Hindi, Samsung Galaxy A50 Review

Chinese companies like Xiaomi have strongly challenged Samsung’s dominance in the Indian smartphone market. Especially in the budget segment, the South Korean company seems to be lagging behind. Now it seems that Samsung has geared up to challenge the increasing popularity of Chinese companies in the Indian market. The first Galaxy M series arrived. Now Galaxy A series has been launched in a new avatar. In about a month, Samsung has launched a total of 6 smartphones ranging from Rs 7,990 to Rs 22,990.

Samsung Galaxy M10 ,review) And Samsung Galaxy M20 ,review) impressed us. These handsets come with bigger screens, waterdrop notch, more RAM and storage and bigger batteries.

Talking about Galaxy A series, the starting price of this series is Rs 8,490. if seen Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 To a large extent, it challenges the company’s M series Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30. But the handsets of both the series are different from each other in many ways.

In this article we will tell you about the most premium handsets of Samsung Galaxy A series. Samsung Galaxy A50 Will tell about. This phone comes with attractive features like in-display fingerprint sensor and three rear cameras. But for these reasons it is also a little more expensive than the existing models of the Galaxy M series. Let us tell you about it in detail.

Samsung Galaxy A50 design

The most important feature of Samsung Galaxy A50 is its 6.4 inch Super AMOLED screen. Samsung has done a good job of trimming the borders at the edges of the screen. The curved edges are in keeping with the current trend. Considering the price, it seems to be a very sleek handset.

Galaxy A50 comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Sadly, the company has not provided ultrasonic sensor in it which is a part of the flagship Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. However, this demand would be excessive for Samsung.

Samsung has not clarified what material the back panel of the phone is made of. But it gives the feeling of being plastic or polycarbonate.

The phone will be available in black, white and blue colors. Its Coral Pink variant was also shown when it was presented at the Mobile World Congress 2019, but it has not been launched in the Indian market.


The triple rear camera setup is in a vertical position, near the left edge. There is an LED flash just below the camera. If you look carefully you will see the Samsung logo.

The power and volume buttons have been placed on the right side. The handset is equipped with USB Type-C port and 3.5mm headphone jack. The speaker grill is at the bottom. There is a dual SIM tray on the left side. Some users will be disappointed that the notification LED has not found a place in this phone. But the Super AMOLED panel supports Always On mode. In such a situation, you will be able to easily keep an eye on notifications and alerts.

Talking about convenience, Galaxy A50 is easy to use. It never feels wide or heavy. It easily fits in one hand and does not slip. We believe that its buyers will be happy with the look of the phone.

In the retail box of the Galaxy A50, you will get a headset, a plastic slip case, SIM eject pin, 15W charger and USP Type-C cable.


Samsung Galaxy A50 specifications and features

It is a bit difficult to differentiate between the Galaxy M series and Galaxy S series models. The Galaxy A50 features a 6.4-inch full-HD+ 1080×2340 pixels Super AMOLED display, like the Galaxy A30. But it has an octa-core Samsung Exynos 9610 processor which is more powerful than the Exynos 7904.

Two variants of Galaxy A50 have been launched. The difference in variants is RAM. One is 4 GB RAM variant and the other is 6 GB. But the storage of both the variants is only 64 GB. This seems a bit surprising because the cheaper Galaxy M30 handset also has a 128 GB storage variant.

The 4000 mAh battery brings life to the handset. But the cheaper Galaxy M30 has a 5000 mAh battery. This decision of the company may confuse the customers a bit. You will get Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, FM radio and LTE and VoLTE support.

The Galaxy A50 runs on the new One UI based on Android 9. During review, this phone received the update of February 2019 Android Security Patch.

One UI is much better in terms of design. It looks modern. Samsung says that it has taken care of the usability of the large screen of the phone. But in order to do this, the company has reduced the information density. For this reason text and icons everywhere become very large.


The design of some of Samsung’s wallpapers seems to have been deliberately made to hide the top camera notch. Even with the Galaxy A50, there are complaints of spammy notifications and ads on the lock screen. By the way, in the initial setup process you do get the option to disable lockscreen stories.

Samsung Galaxy A50 performance, battery life and camera

Samsung has heavily promoted the Super AMOLED screen of the Galaxy A50. It is very crisp, bright and vibrant. Blacks are deep and colors pop. Everything looks great.

The phone’s single speaker produces loud sound, but it isn’t very clear. You can use it occasionally to watch video clips. But the experience of watching the entire movie is not special.

The in-display fingerprint sensor will catch the attention of many people. But it also has some shortcomings. It detects slowly. Sometimes it takes two seconds or more for the phone to unlock. This delay will frustrate you. If you want, you can unlock the phone even in standby mode. But only after trial and error will you know where to place the finger. It also has face recognition which works faster at times.

In normal use, we never felt any lag or slowdown. We got the 4 GB RAM variant for review. And we were happy with it. If you think that you have to use this phone for many years, then you can also buy a variant with 6 GB RAM by spending an additional Rs 3,000.


We played PUBG Mobile and Asphalt 9: Legends on high settings on the phone. We were not disappointed.

In normal use, the battery will easily last for about one and a half days. From the beginning of the day we shot photos and videos. Streamed movies. Played games for some time and also did web browsing. After this, about 30 percent battery was left at night. In our HD video loop test, the battery lasted 14 hours 59 minutes, which would be considered excellent. The charger given in the retail box charges the battery from zero to 11 percent in about 10 minutes. And 30 percent in 30 minutes.

Samsung Galaxy A50 will also be known for its camera feature. It has a triple camera setup on the back. The primary sensor is 25 megapixels. The secondary camera is for wide shots. It is a sensor of 8 megapixels, with 123 degree field of view. Finally, a 5-megapixel depth sensor. A 25-megapixel sensor with F/2.0 aperture is provided on the front panel.

Samsung has mentioned camera features like Live Focus mode for portraits, 480 frames per second 720p slow mosh video mode, Hyper-lapse mode for timelapse videos, AR Emojis, Pro Mode and Intelligent Scene Optimization. You can switch between standard and wide angle cameras before you start shooting video. It is not possible to do this in the middle of video recording.

Samsung Galaxy A50’s standard camera (top) and wide-angle camera (bottom). Tap to view full-size image

With the front and rear camera setup, you will be able to record video in full-HD+ resolution.

You will also be able to change the background blur in portrait shots. You have options like Standard Bokeh, Assorted Filter Effects and Dolly Zoom Effect. Edge detection was excellent.

We were satisfied with the photos taken with the Galaxy A50’s camera. Many times there were complaints of overexposure and burnout in brightly lit parts of the frame in daylight. There was a lack of detail in the night. But overall the pictures came out good, with a lot of detail. The wide angle camera gives you a lot of flexibility. You’ll be surprised at how much you can fit into one frame with a wide angle lens in the same space. But the quality reduces and distortion is also seen.

Tap to view full-size Samsung Galaxy A50 camera samples

The performance on the night was good, not great. The photos may look good on the phone screen. But at full size the shortcomings become exposed. Motion blurring sometimes occurs due to the shutter being open for a long time. Even if there isn’t enough light, close-up shots taken at night are usable.

Videos recorded while stopping at one place look great. Motion was crisp in daylight. Details were also captured. The wide angle camera gives a fish eye effect to everything. The video comes out a little dark, but remains smooth. The company has not told about video stabilization. But in our opinion, usable footage is recorded. The video lacked detail at night. The secondary camera delivered dark and blotchy video output.

The front camera has a live focus mode, but without any effects. You can set the level of blur after capturing the shot, but the edge detection is not good. The default beautification makes shots look artificial.

our decision
Sadly, the Galaxy A50, which starts at Rs 19,990, competes with Xiaomi’s Poco F1 which comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. If you like gaming or want a smoother experience, then Xiaomi’s Poco F1 is a better option. But it does not have three rear cameras nor is it equipped with all screen design.

Even though Samsung has adopted an aggressive strategy with this phone. But Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro is a step ahead. It comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor, 48 megapixel primary camera, Gorilla Glass 5 and other powerful specifications. The starting price of Redmi Note 7 Pro is Rs 13,999 and its costliest variant is Rs 16,999 (with 128 GB storage).

This phone will also be challenged by Samsung’s Galaxy M30. It has the same screen as the Galaxy A50. It comes with double the storage and a bigger battery. But its processor is weak and is equipped with a standard fingerprint sensor. If camera quality is not your priority then remember that the starting price of Galaxy M30 is Rs 5,000 less.

We think the Galaxy A50 will appeal to many people. It has all those features which are in trend these days. And there is no major drawback in this. We feel there is still room for improvement in the camera and software. But Samsung has made it clear that it is ready to challenge with full force.

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