The Samsung Galaxy A50, Samsung Galaxy A30, and Samsung Galaxy A10 have launched in Nepal. In addition to the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30, Samsung also announced its new devices at this year’s Mobile World Congress. The company launched Samsung Galaxy A10 in Nepal with these two Galaxy A phones. A price of INR 38,000 was announced for the phone on February 28, 2019. 16990 for the 6/64GB variant. In Nepal, only the 4/64G variant has been launched and the price of the Galaxy A50 is Rs. 26,699 for the 4/64GB variant.
Samsung Galaxy A50 Overview
Samsung’s new phones all have a water-drop notch on top; it’s one thing they all have in common. It also has one, which is shaped like a U. Full HD+ resolution is provided by the 6.4-inch AMOLED display. Additionally, a fingerprint sensor is built into the display. This is also attached to a body that is “Glastic”. Glastic consists of both plastic and glass-molded together, resulting in a sleek, shiny design all over.
In terms of cameras, the Samsung Galaxy A50 features three rear cameras. As well as a 25MP primary sensor, there is an ultra wide-angle 8MP camera and a 5MP depth sensor. Users can also obtain a stretched field of view from this device, in addition to portrait shots. With an f/2.0 lens, it has a 25MP camera on the front.
A powerful Exynos 9610 chipset and 64GB internal storage go into making the Galaxy A50 a powerful smartphone. A variant with 6 GB RAM/128 GB ROM is also available, but this is not available in Nepal. The devices come with microSD card support in both variants. Additionally, users have the option of expanding their storage up to 512 GB with the microSD card slot. You get a big battery with a 4000 mAh capacity and fast charging feature, as well as USB-C.