The look of the Galaxy A50 s and Samsung A50 at a look is very little change. The idea of the brought design is still the same, specifically utilizing a notch or Infinity-U Show and supported by a rear casing with a glossy finish.
The most striking distinction from the Galaxy A50 s and the Samsung A50 is the rear case style sector. The Galaxy A50 s rear Housing utilizes shiny finishing with the holographic reflection of an unique prism, as well as the plain shiny Samsung A50
The electronic camera sector, the Galaxy A50 s, carries 3 rear cameras. The 48 MP main video camera is backed by an F/2.0 aperture lens equipped with PDAF and LED Flash features. The 2nd 8MP video camera offers an ultra-wide-angle lens, while the third 5MP camera works for sensor depth. The front electronic camera of the Galaxy A50 s is 32 MP resolution.
Galaxy A50 s higher front and rear video camera resolution assistance are capable of producing more quality images than its predecessor. Likewise, this more cool electronic camera specification makes the Galaxy A50 s more competitive with the typical competitor currently carrying 48 MP video cameras.
The Galaxy A50 s has a feature of NFC (Near Field Interaction) supported by Samsung Pay. NFC can be utilized for file transfer tasks, cashless payments, and e-money balance checks.
Screen size, 6.4 inches
Touchscreen, Yes, Multi-Touch
Resolution, 1080 x 2340 pixels
Processor, Octa-core (4 × 2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4 × 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53)
Chipset, Exynos 9611
RAM, 4/6 GB
Storage area, 64/128 GB
MicroSD, Yes, as much as 1 TB
- Electronic Camera
Main video camera, 48 MP 8 MP 5 MP
Functions, HDR, LED flash, panorama
Front cam, 32 MP
Bluetooth, Yes, 5.0, A2DP
Network, 2G, 3G, 4G