Samsung Galaxy A50s Review: Realistic 48MP Triple Camera

Samsung A50s Review

Samsung updated its A-series line in mid-September, with Galaxy A50s. Present by bringing plenty of updates, the Samsung A50s claimed to be able to sustain the style of the millennials today.

For those of you who are curious about the performance and capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy A50s, see further through the following review specifically from CloverLeo.

Sales Package

Samsung A50s Sales Package

Before entering into the others, it’s better if you review it from the packaging side first. Later, the sales package offered by Samsung for the A50s is considered quite complete.

In addition to the smartphone, buyers will get a charger along with a USB Type C cable, manual book, and guarantee card. Furthermore, Samsung also provides a jelly case to help protect the body from the A50s.

Besides, this ‘Complete Package’ also provides earphones and a sim ejector.



Samsung A50s Design

Comes with carrying the Infinity V design on the back makes this phone look attractive if exposed to reflected light. Samsung A50s appear with a prism effect so that there are patterns that appear on the back panel.

Moreover, by having a thickness of 0.5cm this phone feels comfortable when held. Even just holding it with one hand. The thickness makes the A50s worthy of being called ‘Handy’. Triple camera settings on the back panel don’t disturb the thickness of the device.

turned to the left side, this device is equipped with dual nano-sized SIM slots. Also, on the right side, the A50s has a volume and a power button that easy to press.

Moving to the bottom, there is a USB Type C slot for charging and a hole for the earphone/headset slot. In addition, there are also microphone holes at the top and bottom.



Samsung A50s Display

Samsung A50s has been implemented with a 6.4 inch Super AMOLED screen with 19.5: 9 screen to body ratio. Of course, with this screen panel feels comfortable when used to scroll through several applications, including social media. The quality of the colors displayed is quite spoiling the eyes.

Moving at the top of the screen, there is a ‘water-drop’ which is a 32-megapixel selfie camera and then fingerprint in the display in samsung A50s response quite fast. However, unfortunately, the position of your finger has to be exactly in the right place. Otherwise, it will take 1 second longer.

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Samsung A50s Performance

Samsung A50s is powered by Exynos 9610 octa-core which is claimed to be up to 7GHz. When the A50s is used to play games for about 15 minutes, performance remains comfortable.

A50s are also supported by AI Gaming Booster which is claimed to be able to improve gaming performance. However, it’s still not worth to call it as a gaming phone, but the A50s is felt right for people who wanna just try a heavy game.

Furthermore, when scrolling between applications is also quite good, without any ‘lag’ felt. The 6GB RAM configuration with 128GB of internal storage also supports scrolling between applications.

Battery capacity remains the same as before, which is 4000mAh with flash charging support of 15W.



Samsung A50s Camera

This section has increased from the previous A50 series to 48 megapixels for the main sensor. The other lenses are 8 Megapixels Ultra Wide-angle and 5 Megapixels as depth sensors.

When Triple camera is used to photograph an object, there is automatically a ‘Scene Optimization’ feature that is able to beautify the results to be more realistic. If the object image is a flower, it will automatically optimize the color of the flower, cool right?

Specifically Video recording, A50s are supported with ‘Super Steady’. Through this feature, it will produce a more stable image when shooting video while moving. Video results will display more ‘smooth’ images by minimizing shocks.

Switching to the front camera, has the form of a water drop, selfie camera resolution of 32 megapixels. Like other Samsung smartphones, the A50s is able to beautify the results of selfies, especially the Faces.

NFC feature

Following the current trend, Samsung embeds NFC in the A50s device. Quite helpful when making payments with this NFC. In addition, you can also check or top up e-money through the A50s device.


Samsung offers color variation for the A50s series. This phone has 3 colors available, namely Prim Crush Black, Prism Crush Blue, Prism Crush Green.

Samsung Galaxy A50s has been released since mid-September, precisely on September 11. For the price, the Samsung A50s is priced at $280 for the 4GB / 64GB variant and $330 for the 6GB / 128GB variant.

Currently, Samsung A50s can be obtained offline or online in Samsung’s official e-commerce.

After read the review of Samsung Galaxy A50s, have you decided to buy it?

Even so, the needs of mobile phones are tailored to each individual. A50s review can be a recommendation for those of you who are looking for smartphones made by Samsung.

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