Lets review and discuss the Samsung A50 Price in Nigeria.
In June 2019, Samsung added a new smartphone to its A-series lineup – one of Samsung’s flagship series, the Samsung Galaxy A50. This device is projected by the company to be the right phone at the right price. The new Galaxy A50 also comes with incredible features and specifications. Especially in the A-series lineup, this device makes a difference with some attractive upgrades. Let’s talk about the details of this upgrade.
Samsung Galaxy A50 Price and Spec List
- Launch: June 2019
- SIM: Nano-SIM (4FF) SIM 1 + MicroSD
- Network: 2G GSM/3G UMTS/4G FDD LTE
- Display: 6.4 inch
- OS: Android 9 Pie, One UI
- Security: Fingerprint scanner
- Processor: Octa-core 2.3GHz, 1.7GHz
- Storage: 64GB
- RAM: 4GB
- Camera: Front (25MP) Rear (25MP+5MP+8MP)
- Battery: 4000mAh
- Samsung A50 Price in Nigeria: NGN 91,000
Samsung Galaxy A50 Battery
The battery of the Samsung Galaxy A50 is a major upgrade to its predecessor, Galaxy A40 which comes with a 3,100mAh battery, Samsung’s new phone, the Samsung Galaxy A50 is powered by a game-changing 4000mAh battery. With this battery capacity, the Galaxy A50 runs up to 25 hours nonstop on 3G WCDMA talk time. When fully charged, this device keeps you going for 14 hours on both 4G LTE and Wi-Fi internet usage.
The Galaxy A50 didn’t just come with a huge battery of 4000mAh which lasts like all-day, keeping up with your fast pace; it supports super-fast charging to boost your device back up in no time.
Samsung Galaxy A50 Display
Another notable upgrade on this device is the screen. The Samsung Galaxy A50 sports a smooth 6.4 inch super AMOLED edge-to-edge screen display. This display pushes a resolution of FHD+ 2340 × 1080. Samsung Galaxy A50 6.4 inch super AMOLED screen also has a color depth of 16M which means better resolution, saturation, and clarity on your screen. Together with its slimy design, this phone gives you a super modern feel of a smartphone, fitting into your pocket with no stress.
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Samsung Galaxy A50 Camera
The camera technology on this phone is quite impressive. Sporting a 25MP front-facing camera with an F2.0 aperture and a triple camera setup which includes a 5MP depth lens with an F2.2 aperture, 25MP main lens with an F1.7 aperture, and an 8MP ultra-wide lens with an aperture of F2.2, the new Galaxy A50 takes stunning photos. The ultra-wide cameras featured on the Galaxy A50 can capture as large as a 123-degree field of vision which means you can squeeze just about anything on site into those memorable shots.
Samsung also boasts that these cameras take amazing photos even in low light or in the night. This lens is said to automatically adjust in low lights, meaning that you can take sharp photos even at a late-night concert or while taking a walk at night.
Samsung Galaxy A50 Memory
This new Samsung device houses an inbuilt memory of 64GB and a 4GB RAM. The Samsung Galaxy A50 also supports a 512GB expandable memory option using a microSD card. Though this might not be a major upgrade in the A-series lineup with the former Samsung Galaxy A40 coming with exactly the same memory spec, this memory status keeps up. You can sure store up a whole lot going from movies, your favourite games, apps, music, pictures and all the rest of them on this Samsung new phone. (Samsung A50 Price in Nigeria).
Samsung Galaxy A50 Security
Samsung also equipped the Samsung Galaxy A50 with an in-display fingerprint sensor, which is something new in the A-series lineup. As impressive as it is, it will ensure that your smartphone data and those precious files and images of yours are kept secure and safe until you are inclined to use them. And speaking of accessing your phone data, it just takes one finger touch on your screen and you’re in with the Galaxy A50.
Samsung Galaxy A50 Performance
The Samsung Galaxy A50 is powered by an Octa-core 2.3GHz, 1.7GHz processor. That’s not just what makes this new Samsung phone super fast. This device features the latest Android operating system, the Android 9 Pie alongside a One UI. Thus, with this phone, you can only expect the one of the fastest, smartest, and most powerful operation there is in an Android device.
Samsung UI which also comes with this device allows for an easier and effortless interaction on that large 6.4-inch screen. You don’t need to strain your fingers to navigate on your phone interface and as for important and relevant items, they just pop-up when exactly you need them.
Samsung Galaxy A50 Connectivity
The Galaxy A50 sports dual SIM phone connectivity with a SIM slot type of Nano SIM+ microSD. This device can also take on anything from 2G to 4G FDD LTE internet connection, giving you superfast internet connection. Moving forward on the network, the Samsung Galaxy A50 comes with an 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 2.4G+5GHz, VHT80 rated Wi-Fi connectivity and supports direct Wi-Fi.
The Galaxy A50 is indeed all about connectivity. The device also features the latest Bluetooth connectivity version, Bluetooth v5.0. The device supports Samsung Smart Switch (two standalone Samsung apps that allow you to transfer your data and apps from older Samsung devices, other Android devices, and iPhones to your new device) which means you can easily to transfer contacts, photos, messages and more from your old phone to your new Galaxy A50.
Samsung A50 Price in Nigeria
The Samsung A50 Price in Nigeria is 91,000 Naira.
And coming to the location technology, this device comes with GPS, Glonass, and Galileo location technologies. This device also features a 3.5mm Stereo ear jack and a USB 2.0. I don’t think we’ve missed anything, but if we did, feel free to share what you know as well as your personal experience with the Galaxy A50 in a comment below. We also welcome your thoughts, questions, and queries about our review of the Samsung Galaxy A50.
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