The Samsung Galaxy A50 is one of the few mid-rangers with a triple-camera setup on its back and according to DxOMark's testing and scoring, it's actually better than some of the older flagship phones out there.
Breaking down the score, the phone did pretty well in the stills department managing 85 points and relatively worse for video with 79. Great color reproduction, wide dynamic range, good exposure and white balance were its key strengths.
Not so great were the fine detail levels, the low light focus speed and accuracy as well as the green and pink color casts.
Video recording received a rather low score due to autofocus inconsistencies and lack of detail. Otherwise, color reproduction and noise reduction were pretty good. Stabilization impressed the DxO team too.
Check out the full review at the source link below. And you can also learn more about the phone beside the camera in our written review.
I've owned an iPhone before and now I'm using an A50 for a month. I've brought it to trips and so far, I'm loving the results. Mind you I love photography and also love fiddling with settings. But just using the camera with a subtle change in exposur...
A paid rating means nothing. The reviews everywhere show clearly that its cameras aren't on the level of other mid rangers, aren't enough good and with several lacks at low light and video. Dx0Mark lost it's credibility with clear fake reviews like ...
Not way better, a bit better.