Samsung Galaxy A30 vs Galaxy A50: Price, specs, features

by June 28, 2019 0 comments

Samsung recently announced the launch of all-new Galaxy A smartphones that have been designed to elevate the smartphone experience to the next level as they are equipped with next generation infinity-display, triple rear camera and powerful batteries. Additionally, the new Galaxy A line-up comes with ultra-wide angle camera in video and fast charging technology. Here in this Samsung Galaxy A30 vs Galaxy A50 comparison, we will see how these smartphones differ in terms of price, specs, features.

Samsung Galaxy A30 vs Galaxy A50: Price

The Galaxy A50 is priced at Rs 22,990 for the 6/64GB and Rs 19,990 for 4/64GB RAM memory variants. The Galaxy A30 is priced at Rs 16,990.

Samsung Galaxy A30 vs Galaxy A50: Design and display

The Galaxy A30 has ergonomically designed rear fingerprint sensor. It will be available in red, blue and black colours. The edge-to-edge 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display offers an immersive experience, ideal for gaming, watching videos, multi-tasking and browsing.

On the other hand, with a triple rear camera, next-gen Infinity-U Display and a powerful battery, Galaxy A50 is the ultimate device to keep you connected to your world. The Galaxy A50 comes with 6.4-inch full-HD+ Infinity-U Display and Samsung’s proprietary Super AMOLED resolution. With minimum bezels, the device offers a screen to body ratio of 91.6 per cent. The Galaxy A50 comes in a smooth curved shape and is available in three new colour options: white, blue and black inspired by scattered light.

Samsung Galaxy A30 vs Galaxy A50: Camera

The Galaxy A30 consists of a dual rear camera – a 16MP (F1.7) + 5MP (F2.2), including an Ultra Wide-angle lens.

The Galaxy A50 packs in a punch when it comes to camera. The rear camera comprises of a 25MP main camera equipped with F1.7 lens that allows shooting bright and vivid images even in low light conditions, a 5MP depth sensor with F2.2 lens and an 8MP Ultra-Wide Lens, with a 123-degree field of view.

The Galaxy A50 also features Samsung’s Intelligent Scene Optimiser, where the camera categorises the subject and adjusts the colour, contrast and brightness to instantly optimise image quality. Equipped with on-screen fingerprint unlocking, Galaxy A50 provides intuitive unlocking without changing grip.

Samsung Galaxy A30 vs Galaxy A50: Processor and battery

While the Galaxy A30 is fuelled by an octa core (1.8 GHz, Dual core, Cortex A73 + 1.6 GHz, Hexa Core, Cortex A53) processor paired with 4 GB of RAM, the Galaxy A50 is powered by the Exynos 7 Octa 9610 chipset clubbed with a Mali-G72 MP3 GPU.

Both the smartphones come with a 4,000mAh battery with 15W Fast Charge technology and USB Type C for faster data transfers.

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