Samsung Has finally revived the A and M series

Samsung has finally revived the A and M series after they have decided to discontinue support for the Samsung J series. The new Samsung galaxy M40 has just launched to the M series gang.

So, both Samsung Galaxy M30 and Galaxy A50 are pretty much great phones that Samsung have released in this price range.

Samsung Has finally revived the A and M series

 

First of all, you require to know how you are going to use the phone. For instance, for picture-taking, gaming, enterprise purposes, etc. This will help you get a good phone and will also save you some money.



What is the use of a phone with a 48 MP camera which you bought for like 50000 INR when you are going to use it exclusively to write blogs which include pictures taken from your professional DSLR Cameras?

The phone was advertised with the infinity-0 display, triple camera, and snapdragon 675 chipset
The Samsung Galaxy M40 came with 6.3-inch PLS display which is very close to IPS show, with a punch hole and 16MP selfie camera.

The Phone runs on Snapdragon 675 chipset with 6GB Ram and 128GB storage with a memory card slot expandable to 512GB
The back cameras powers 32MP and 8MP ultra-wide cameras with 5MP depth sensors;




The fingerprint sensor is at the back, and it powers a 3,500Mah battery capacity with 15W charging. The phone runs on Android 9.0 pie with Samsung one UI and without the headphone jack.

The phone is priced for $288 and will soon be available in major stores across the world starting from June 18.

So let’s now see the similarities and differences between the two.

Display

Both the Galaxy M30 and A50 have 6.4 inches Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080×2350 (FHD+). However, the display on A50 will be a bit sharper because the density of pixels per inch is more than the M30.

Performance

Whether you are a gamer or an expert photographer, you need a phone that has the power to handle these complex tasks. So the chipset on the M30 is the new Exynos 7904 Octa which is made on a 14nm architecture. The processor is clocked at 1.8 GHz and coupled with Mali-Mali-G71 GPU. This certainly is not a good option then if you want to play some heavy and demanding games like PUBG MOBILE. You will see significant frame drops on this phone and may also experience some heating on prolonged playing as the CPU will be stressed to the maximum all the time.

The A50 comes with a better Exynos 9610 Octa based on a smaller 10nm architecture and is clocked at 2.3 GHz to meet your gaming requirements. PUBG MOBILE gives you a decent 40 FPS on average at HDR settings and Extreme frame rate. This also allows the phone to work a bit faster than the M30 and render images more efficiently.

Memory (RAM) and onboard storage

Both the phones come in 64GB/4GB and 128GB/6GB options. Also, memory on both phones can be expanded up to 512 GB with SD Card.

Cameras

The Galaxy M30 has a triple camera set up at the back, which is a useful feature in this price segment. The M30 has 13MP f/1.9 full, 5MP f/2.2 depth sensor and 5MP f/2.2 ultrawide sensors with a LED flash at the bottom of the cameras.

The Galaxy A50 has better cameras than the M30. It has 25 MP f/1.7 wide, 8 MP f/2.2 telephoto ultrawide and 5 MP f/2.2 depth sensor with a LED flash at the bottom of the cameras.

Both phones can shoot 4K videos at 30 FPS and 720p Slow-Mo video at 480 FPS.

As for the selfie camera, the M30 sports a 16 MP f/2.0 camera which can shoot full HD videos at 30 FPS, while the latter sports a 25 MP f/2.0 camera.

Headphone-jack

Both the phones do have the 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Sensors

Both the phones have all the essential sensors like ambient light sensor, gyroscope, magnetometer, proximity sensor, and accelerometer.

A50 has an additional: ANT+

Security

Samsung Knox’s hardware-level security secures both the phones. Your data will be safe even if someone tampers with the hardware.

Additionally, you can secure your phone further by adding PIN, Pattern, Password, Face Recognition, and Fingerprint.

The M30 has a rear-mounted finger scanner while the A50 has an under-display optical finger scanner, unlike the S10s.



The under-display finger scanner is a bit slower and inconvenient as of now as you need to guess where the scanner is on the screen as it doesn’t show you its position when the screen’s off. But again, the under display scanner is a unique offering at this price.

Battery

The Galaxy M30 sports a massive 5000 mAh battery that may last for more than a day so you can binge watch your favorite web series or play your favorite game without any interruption due to low battery.

The A50 also packs in a 4000 mAh battery which isn’t bad at all. It may even last for your entire day. It depends on how you use your phone.

Both the phones have a USB type-C charging port that supports fast charging at 15 W.

Connectivity

Both phones have the following cellular connectivity.

Technology

GSM/HSPA/LTE

2. 2G bands

GSM 850 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1 & SIM 2 (dual-SIM model only)

3. 3G bands

HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100

4. 4G bands

LTE band 1-(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 38(2600),

40(2300), 41(2500

5. Speed: HSPA, LTE-A

6. GPRS: Yes

7. EDGE: Yes

They also support Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac standards with Wi-Fi direct and hotspot capabilities. Both phones support Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, and BLE.

GPS on M30: Yes, A-GPS, GLONASS

GPS on A50: Yes, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS

Additionally, A50 also has NFC.

Design

Both the M30 and A50 look similar, and both look modern devices with Samsung’s Infinity-U display. Both the phones are glass on the front and have a plastic body and have a good build quality.

Sound

The M30 supports Dolby Atmos Sound.




The sound on A50 is shrill at higher volumes.

 

Software

The Galaxy M30 comes with Android 8.1 Oreo with Samsung’s Experience UI on top and will be updated to Android Pie till August 2019.

The Galaxy A50 comes with Android 9.0 Pie with One UI on top.

Both the phones are well optimized for performance according to their hardware. However, Samsung still has some bloatware pre-installed, and it’s difficult to get rid of that.

The Galaxy M30 4GB/64GB is available at INR 14990/- and 6GB/128 GB model is available at INR 17990/-.

The Galaxy A50 4GB/64GB is available at INR 19990/- and 6GB/128GB model is available at INR 22990/-.

To conclude, both devices offer great hardware and features. The Galaxy M30 will be a better option if you use your phone for using social-media, browse the web and play some light games but if you use your phone for photography, photo/video editing and heavy gaming then A50 is for you.

I would recommend paying a little more than M30 and get the faster and better Galaxy A50. The price difference isn’t much compared to the upgraded hardware that the A50 has to offer.

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