Samsung Galaxy A Series – Hands on Review
Samsung has recently launched superb product in its “Galaxy A” Series (Samsung Galaxy A50, Samsung Galaxy A30 and Samsung Galaxy A10). No other company can beat Samsung with its display quality and performance. Great design by Samsung always look very premium and this too looks fabulous with Infinity U Display. A gadgets has been intended to elevate smartphone experience to the following dimension as It is equipped with cutting edge infinity U display, triple back camera and a ground breaking battery to offer an unparalleled shopper experience. Galaxy A-series smartphones will target the Chinese mobile maker Xiaomi or Oppo including Realme which is a sub-brand of Oppo smartphone. These A-series smartphone will be available in both online and offline channels.
Samsung Galaxy A50 is a premium device with comfortable slim design and smooth curved shape with a super AMOLED infinity U display, onscreen fingerprint sensor, long lasting battery with fast charging option. The device has a dazzling 6.4″ FHD+ display with a resolution of (2340 x 1080), 404 ppi with 16m colours and it is the best screen in the market at this value go. The Samsung OneUI is marvelous which advances one hand use and the U feels snappy and responsive. However, we could find the same display feature in Galaxy A30 but when it comes to Galaxy A10, it has 6.2″ HD+ infinity V display.
The smartphone flaunts a triple camera setup with Ultra Wide lens on Samsung Galaxy A50. Combined with the ‘intelligent switch’ function. This function is intelligent enough to recommend when to use Wide Shot Mode to capture photos in a revolutionary way. It sports a primary 25MP camera to shoot vivid images in daylight. While in the low light condition the innovative AI lens shoots clear and crisp images by detecting more light. Additional it has 8MP+5MP camera combined with Depth Lens and has the ability to capture 123 degree Ultra Wide videos. However, the Galaxy A3 sports a dual rear camera 16MP low light and 5MP Ultra Wide lens. While the Galaxy A10 has a single 13MP rear camera and single 5MP front camera.
When it comes to front camera, the Galaxy A50 features a 25MP sensor and Galaxy A30 features a 16MP front camera with Scene Optimizer highlights to recognize and improve 20 scenes and Flaw Detection to ensure you never miss an ideal portrait shot. Bixby Vision utilizes the camera and AI to enable you to shop on the web, decipher content and discover the data you need.
The processor is entirely great with ultra high setting and you can play pubg games without any lagging or heating issues that is very amazing. The Samsung Galaxy A50 has a powerful Exynos 9610 chipset with 2.29GHz processor which is better than snapdragon 660. The device comes in two variants 4GBRAM with 64GBROM and 6GBRAM with 64GBROM. While Galaxy A30 runs on Exynos 7904 Octa-Core processor coupled with 4GBRAM and 64GBRAM. However, Galaxy A10 runs on Exynos 7884 Octa-Core processor combined with 2GBRAM and 32GB ROM which you can expand using a MicroSd card up to 512GB.
You might not be able to play high-end or pubg games on Galaxy A10 but the processor is good enough that you can do multiple tasking between apps. It runs on Android Pie with Samsung One UI. Samsung’s One UI is the most simple and streamlined UI yet and its a custom made Android interface.
The Galaxy A50 and A30 equipped with a beefy 4,000 mAh battery which can run through out your day with moderate usage and it support 15W Type-C fast charging capability. However, Galaxy A10 features a 3,400 mAh battery.