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We have retested this device using the new Wide and Night test protocols and updated the scores in this review, but we have not changed the text from the original review.

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Launched in February , the Galaxy A50 is a feature-rich, budget smartphone that includes a large 6. With an Exynos chipset running Android 9. Read on to find out how the Samsung Galaxy A50 camera performs against the competition in our in-depth review. This article is designed to highlight the most important results of our testing. More details on how we score smartphone cameras are available here. Securing a Photo score of 85 points, the A50 does well for stills, particularly in bright sunny conditions, with good exposures, nice color rendering , and generally accurate white balance ensuring pleasant pictures.

Although a little chromatic noise , as well as ringing and aliasing edge artifacts are visible at close inspection, the A50 does a good job on HDR shots overall. The A50 applies a nice circular shape to background spotlights, too, and although bokeh shots can lack a little contrast, with slightly washed-out color, the overall effect remains generally pleasant. The main areas for improvement are low levels of detail preservation in all conditions and particularly with zoom shots, as well as disappointing results in cloudy outdoor scenes and lower light conditions generally.

Consequently, while the A50 offers a digital zoom solution up to a maximum 4x magnification, the results are some ways off the pace of what you can expect from the good performers. Even at close range approximately 2x magnification , a significant loss of detail is visible, with unnatural rendering often evident in intricate areas.

Flash performance is a strength for the A50, and although target exposures are a little high for both flash-only and mixed lighting shots, they remain acceptable and ensure nice bright results. Corner shading is reasonably well-controlled, too, but there is a strong difference in the level of noise between the center and corners of the frame in flash shots in which the edges have been brightened by image processing.

Some luminance noise is also visible on faces in the center of the frame, but it is handled better there than in the corners. White balance is fairly neutral in flash shots, too, and although some slight desaturation is evident in flash-only shots, overall color rendering remains acceptable. Our testers also found some image artifacts. The most problematic is ghosting , where subjects with even moderate movement often appear with a double image. It was slower in low light 20 lux , often taking around ms 0. Not sure if there is a challenge updating an Xfinity Mobile model, but we should at least see these appear one or two months after general release.

One UI is a great update to previous versions of the Samsung Experience and is quickly becoming my favorite non-Pixel flavor of Android. LG should pay attention to what Samsung has done and take a hard look at its UI with future releases. One UI offers a clean user experience with gesture-based navigation options too.

I finally moved away from the standard three-button Android navigation controls and am embracing full screen gestures on Android as I did with iOS. Thankfully, Samsung still includes its own apps, such as email, calendar, contacts, image gallery, music player, and web browser software. All of these offer more than the stock Google apps, and while others move to purely stock Google apps, there is still a ton of value in these Samsung applications that offer more for the enterprise user. This phone is not loaded with bloatware so the internal storage is yours to fill up with your favorite apps, games, and data.

If you are not a Comcast internet subscriber, then you are not qualified to sign up for Xfinity Mobile service. If you are an internet subscriber, then there are two plan offerings available for your consideration. You can sign up for a plan by the gig or sign up as an unlimited customer.

There are no activation fees, no minimum contracts, and if you bring your own qualified phone you get a SIM card for free. These data allotments are shared between all of the lines you enabled, with a limit of five lines per account. For my family of five, I could not have any tablets or smartwatches connected if each person had a phone line account.

You can setup unlimited service for select phones and then have the rest share the By the Gig data allotment too. Given that some of my family members currently use more than 10GB of data each, I might be able to have a couple of unlimited phones and then the rest under a By the Gig option, but so far my T-Mobile One Military option, with free Netflix, is unbeatable. There are some fantastic deals with Xfinity Mobile for those who bring their own phone or buy one of the new phones on promotion. Xfinity Mobile offers deals as pre-paid gift cards after the purchase is made and service is setup.

I've seen excellent coverage in Washington State with Xfinity Mobile and given that just about everyone I know is on Xfinity in this area there are plenty of hotspot options available. Verizon is excellent when hiking, biking, or enjoying the outdoors in Washington and given that T-Mobile likes to give my number away I will continue to evaluate my situation and consider Xfinity Mobile as a future wireless carrier. I loved the hardware and the Galaxy A50 will be added to my arsenal of recommendations when family and friends ask me about affordable phones.

It offers a lot of what the flagship Samsung phones offer at a fraction of the price. The Samsung Exynos processor worked well for me during my testing, but I am also using my phones for work more than for gaming. The A50 camera is very capable and helps you take decent shots that are more than adequate for sharing with family and friends.

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Samsung Galaxy A50

Samsung Galaxy A The screen to see more of the world Get closer to what matters to you on Galaxy A50's 6. Premium design in amazing colors Galaxy A50 is pure, premium aesthetics. Triple camera to capture your live moments Galaxy A50's Triple camera consists of an Ultra Wide Camera with a degree field of vision like the human eye, as well as a 25MP F1. Three ways to shoot Three cameras to capture life as you go.

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Scene Optimizer for share-worthy photos One shot is all you need. Flaw Detection helps you fix your shots Flaw Detection catches blinks, blurs, and backlighting and lets you know to try again. Capture more than your good side Selfies are supposed to look good. Let your personality shine through Now you have even more ways to express yourself.

Your fingerprint is the key Galaxy A50 comes with high-tech biometric authentication. The battery that keeps you powered When out living life, you need a phone that can last. Bixby The faster way to get more accomplished. Bixby Home Quickly access what you need with a simple touch or swipe.

Bixby Vision Widen your perspective and live life the smart way. The contents within the screen and images are simulated for illustrative purposes only.

All functionality, availability, features, specifications, GUIs and other product information provided herein are subject to change without notice or obligation. Made to focus One UI helps you focus on what really matters to you. Convenient mobile security. Face Recognition Now you can unlock your phone instantly by simply holding it to your face.

Secure Folder Samsung's Secure Folder is a powerful security solution that lets you create private and encrypted space to store content such as photos, documents and voice recording files under an additional layer of protection. More Information. Submit Review.