Samsung A50 Phone
Samsung completely lost its grip over the budget market in the past few years as Chinese rivals, most notably Xiaomi, swooped in. These companies continue to release model after model with each new generation bringing even more incredible features and specifications to every price point. Finally, Samsung has decided to strike back with its new M-series and the reimagined A-series. In just the past month or so, the company has launched six new low-cost models with enough variants to strike ten major price points between Rs. 7,990 and Rs. 22,990.
We liked what we saw from the Galaxy M10 (Review) and Galaxy M20 (Review), for the most part. As the first two models of this new wave, these phones set the pace with a number of hot features including large screens with waterdrop notches, generous amounts of RAM and storage, multiple cameras, and large batteries.
Now, the newly repositioned A-series overlaps with the M-series at the low end of the market with prices starting at Rs. 8,490. This formerly premium sub-brand used to be second only to the Galaxy S and Note lines with prices usually in the Rs. 20,000 to 40,000 range. The newly announced Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 do strongly resemble the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30, but at each tier they add a few conveniences and premium features that buyers might consider stepping up to.
Today, we’re reviewing the new top-of-the-line Samsung Galaxy A50. It promises quite a few features that could tempt buyers, including an in-display fingerprint sensor and three rear cameras, but at a higher price than any of the current M-series models. Let’s get started.