The appearance of the Galaxy A50s and Samsung A50 at a glance is not much change. The concept of the carried design is still the same, namely using a notch or Infinity-U Display and supported by a rear casing with a glossy finish.
The most striking difference from the Galaxy A50s and the Samsung A50 is the rear casing design sector. The Galaxy A50s rear Casing uses glossy finishing with the holographic reflection of a unique prism, as well as the plain glossy Samsung A50.
The camera sector, the Galaxy A50s, carries three rear cameras. The 48MP primary camera is backed by an F/2.0 aperture lens equipped with PDAF and LED Flash features. The second 8MP camera offers an ultra-wide-angle lens, while the third 5MP camera works for sensor depth. The front camera of the Galaxy A50s is 32MP resolution.
Galaxy A50s higher front and rear camera resolution support are capable of producing more quality photos than its predecessor. Also, this more cool camera specification makes the Galaxy A50s more competitive with the average competitor already carrying 48MP cameras.
The Galaxy A50s has a feature of NFC (Near Field Communication) supported by Samsung Pay. NFC can be used for file transfer tasks, cashless payments, and e-money balance checks.
Screen size, 6.4 inches
Touchscreen, Yes, Multi-Touch
Resolution, 1080 x 2340 pixels
Processor, Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4×1.7 GHz Cortex-A53)
Chipset, Exynos 9611
RAM, 4/6 GB
Storage space, 64/128 GB
MicroSD, Yes, up to 1 TB
Main camera, 48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP
Features, HDR, LED flash, panorama
Front camera, 32 MP
Bluetooth, Yes, 5.0, A2DP
Network, 2G, 3G, 4G