• 09:17 Nov 14, 2019

Samsung Galaxy A50s Camera Test

By: The Mobile Indian network, New Delhi Last updated : Thursday, September, 12 2019

Samsung Galaxy A50s is loaded with a triple-camera setup and the company claims it comes with some amazing camera performance. However, does it stand tall on these claims? Let's find out in the camera test of Samsung Galaxy A50s.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Macro

1/ 15

The photo came out to be average in nature as there were some noticeable noises present in this image. However, the colours were close to the source.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Wide Angle

2/ 15

The phone does a good job in capturing image using wide-angle. The colour reproduction is good, though we noticed some barrel distortion issue around the edges.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

3/ 15

The photo taken from the primary lens came out to be pretty decent in low light condition. The colours were punchy and it was able to handle glare effectively in this image. However, in areas where light is not present, you will still notice some grains.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Macro

4/ 15

Once again, the Samsung Galaxy A50s does a good job in capturing the macro shot in indoor light conditions. The colour of the fries were quite decent in nature.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Live Focus

5/ 15

The Live Focus mode, which is yet another iteration of Portrait mode, captures sharp image in indoor light condition. However, we noticed that the edge detection could have been a bit better, though the blurring effect can be managed according to your personal need.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Front Camera: Indoor, Selfie

6/ 15

The photo came out to be a bit blurry in nature, because we moved the camera right after clicking the image. The photo still delivers some good detailing and the colour reproduction is good as well.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Night Mode

7/ 15

The photo was clicked using Night Mode and it is clear that the phone is taking more light to brighten up the image. However, the detailing still could be better.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Macro

8/ 15

In this photo, the phone took noticeable amount of time to lock focus on the flower. However, the results could have been slighty better as the subject came out to be a bit blurred.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Macro

9/ 15

The shot was taken using the Food mode of the camera. The results were quite good as the colours were punchy in nature and the details were captured quite fairly.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Daylight, Wide Angle

10/ 15

The photo came out to be pretty good as the sharpness levels were on point and one can actually see the leaves of the trees in this image. The colour of sky was close to the source as well.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

11/ 15

The wide-angle lens captures a much bigger area and the detailing is good as well. However, the barrel distortion issue still persist in this image.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Daylight, Landscape

12/ 15

Once again, the smartphone managed to click a good image here. The photo comes with good dynamic range and the colours looked punchy. The detailing is good here as you can see the design of the building when you zoom in.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Daylight, Close Up

13/ 15

The phone was fast to lock focus on the image and results came out to be good. The colours of the greeen chille and tomato is close to its original colour and the background blurr looks natural.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

14/ 15

The phone does an average job in capturing image in low light condition. The photo came out with lots of grains and noises.

Samsung Galaxy A50s Rear Camera: Daylight, Landscape

15/ 15

The phone once again does a pretty good job here. We quite liked the overall output of this image.

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