Galaxy A50 launches in South Korea on June 14
The Galaxy A50 may not be the most decorated member of the 2019 Galaxy A series, but it certainly offers the best value for your money. It blends together some highly sought-after features in an affordably priced package. Following successes in markets like India, Samsung is now all set to debut the Galaxy A50 in its home country. The handset will go on sale in South Korea on June 14.
Limited availability of unlocked units
The Galaxy A50 will be officially available in South Korea starting next Friday, June 14. It will be sold by all the three carriers in the country, with a price tag of 473,000 won (~$400). The handset comes in three color options – white, black and coral.
Samsung is also selling unlocked units of the device in its domestic market. However, only 3,000 unlocked Galaxy A50 will be available nationwide. They can be purchased through Samsung’s online stores and other e-commerce platforms starting June 10.
The Galaxy A50 is a mid-range phone that has a lot to offer at its price. It features a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-U display and packs a 4,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging. Under the hood is an Exynos 9610 chipset with 4GB of RAM (6GB variant also available in some markets) and 64GB of storage space. The Galaxy A50 also features a triple rear camera setup, an optical in-display fingerprint sensor, and a 25MP front camera. It also supports NFC for mobile payments via Samsung Pay.