AnonD-875092, 20 Aug 2019Let me correct smth: LCD doesn't have burn in, so it is good for long term usage, while amoled... moreTrue. My J7 (2015) doesnt have any burn-ins tho (bought it in 2015, no screen replacements, my dad is still using it). Depends on usage I guess? I mostly use my phones brightness around %35-%40
Amirboli, 20 Aug 2019July update made that differeces ?????No dude Im not dumb enough to not see that kind of a difference I mean battery life was improved a bit but this is on a whole different level. Also I check the battery life very frequently (3 times a day) so I know whats good. July update brang big improvements to you guys I already was getting 9 hours of SoT as bare minimum. But after turning it off (you know it had the front facing camera open all the time just to see your eyes) it had me going WAY longer than that even though I was playing half graphic-intense games like CSR2.
Khuan , 19 Aug 2019If you set the brightness of the screen too high, both IPS display and OLED display will get b... moreLet me correct smth: LCD doesn't have burn in, so it is good for long term usage, while amoled burn in appears in 3 years or more for average user.
After going through settings for a second time, I decided to close the "Smart Stay". At first I didnt mind it but then I decided to close it because it wasnt very useful to me. Videos keep the screen awake anyway so it was fine. And well what can I say I think battery life improved because It took the phone 5 hours and 43 minutes to get down to %50 battery even though I didnt only surf web but Also played games like Nitro Nation and CSR2. Gotta love the new longer battery life.
Khuan , 19 Aug 2019If you set the brightness of the screen too high, both IPS display and OLED display will get b... moreI use adaptive brightness. Don't worry about burn in, it takes 2-3 years to become visible. You can reduce burn in by switching to night mode and enabling blue light filter during night. My relative's s8+ still doesn't have burn in despite using it for 2 years.
ChrisC, 19 Aug 2019Hi. How is the burn in? I plan to buy this phone but worried about the reliability of the oled... moreIf you set the brightness of the screen too high, both IPS display and OLED display will get burn in after using for a period.
So you must set the brightness to around 30%. Do not use auto adjust brightness.
Page is filled with Realme 3 Pro lover VS A50 lovers
Truths to be told:
-There is a reason why realme 3 pro is cheaper. It has its own shortcomings.
-A50 image quality isnt really that great (just not 25MP) but as long as you dont try to be a sniper there is nothing dissatisfying about it.
-A50's speaker aint that good but as long as what you are playing isnt rock or metal, which I doubt you would listen to without headphones, it aint that bad. But also, according to users Realme 3 Pro doesnt have a superior speaker either.
-Realme 3 Pro has problems with video stabilization, something you cant find on A50. A50 lacks 4K but the phone is 1080p and not like you gon watch it zoomed in and 4K videos take too much space. The lack of 1080p60fps is a pain tho.
-ColorOS aint somethin you would prefer over OneUI.
-"Camera is superior to A50" says this guy, while people arent really satisfied with it (go to realme 3 pro and read comments). It has less noise tho gotta admit.
-According to Geekbench (the one you chinese phone lovers see as god) they have little-to-no difference when it comes to performance. A50 has no problems when playing PUBG at HDR and I doubt a midranger SD can do so much better that it is a noticable difference.
-Realme 3 Pro has a similar battery life when it comes to playing PUBG or daily life usage.
-Realme 3 Pro has a micro-USB port. If it was on A50 they surely would be all over the place saying this is disappointing.
-A50 has a Slower but better positioned FPS so its a tie
-At the end of the day, you should go for the one you love the design of when it comes to similar phones like these two or Redmi Note 7
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2019My point exactly. And half of the users are reporting problems in A50. Please explain this ... moreA50 sold 3.8 mil in europe alone. Complainers are around 1000 at max. Good math bro
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2019lol please. If you watch that YouTuber, boy, you need to stop talking about phones. He makes s... moreOw please, I'm a computer engineer student, I already know the things you said. By the way, yes A50 throttles after 4 hours of full load. Who on the earth plays heavy games for 4 hours straight? If it is you ,then you have to reorganise your life.
trajcevasilev94, 19 Aug 2019Look, guys this phone heating up isn't nothing special. Not only A50, but every other Samsung... moreNice comment,but let me correct you: According to A50 disassembly, it has thermal paste :)
Really bad camera. Average performance. Design is great.
Overall, nothing special.
Am in my third week since i bought my A50 and every about this device is perfectly fine. So I can assure everyone to get his/her's sharp. The camera is super cool and just updated my phone to july security patch
Love the phone the A50. It almost 1 week of used. No any problem encounter.
Look, guys this phone heating up isn't nothing special.
Not only A50, but every other Samsung phone (except the S and Note Series) beats up. Xiaomi devices also heat up. My friend has a Mi A2 Lite, and when he played PUBG, it did heat up. Every other phone will heat up too, its normal.
Most premium phones nowadays have heat pipes, which technically cool the phone down if it gets hot. Some companies, such as Asus with the ROG phone, have taken another step ahead by putting actual fan in their device.
Thermal paste also does the job but temporarily and it does not work everywhere on the phone, only on the chipset.
You can't have nor a thermal paste, nor a heat pipe, nor an actual fan in a cheap device like this, because that would increase its price, so therefore you should stop complaining about this device heating up. Every other device heats up too. Even iPhones do. It's a normal thing, and it's nothing dangerous unless you're a die hard gamer that plays games constantly.
[deleted post]For those who are complaining about SAMSUNG Galaxy A50, who are real and who are not real, nobody knows.
Just because SAMSUNG Galaxy A50 is a hot sale phone in many countries, thus many comments on it only.
Those comments are just for reference only, like those reviews on YouTube.