Launched in February 2019, the Galaxy A50 is a feature-rich, budget smartphone that includes a large 6.4-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with a small waterdrop notch and a thin chin, thus providing lots of screen real estate. With an Exynos 9610 chipset running Android 9.0, the Galaxy A50 is one of the most powerful devices at this end of the market. The photography proposition offers not one, but three cameras on the rear of the device: a 25MP sensor coupled to a 26mm f/1.7 lens for the main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and a 5MP depth-sensing sensor for bokeh shots. Read on to find out how the Samsung Galaxy A50 camera performs against the competition in our in-depth review.
Key camera specifications:
- Triple-camera setup
- Primary: 25Mp sensor with 26mm-equivalent f/1.7 lens
- Ultra-wide: 8Mp sensor with 13mm-equivalent f/2.2 lens
- 5Mp depth-sensing sensor with f/2.2 lens
- PDAF autofocus
- LED flash
- 1080p/30fps video
With a DxOMark Mobile score of 83 points, the Samsung Galaxy A50 finds a spot in the middle of DxOMark’s overall ranking table.
Samsung says the smartphone is packed with advanced hardware and premium features, which provide a high level of quality Samsung users expect. Built with a sophisticated triple camera system, the Galaxy A50 helps to capture the world just as one sees it. At 25MP, the 75-degree field of view (FOV) primary camera can snap high-quality shots, while the 123-degree FOV Ultra-Wide lens, first introduced with the Galaxy S10, allows one to capture stunning scenes just as one sees them.
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