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Samsung Galaxy A50 durability test shows the device is quite strong at its price

05 August 2019 0

Samsung is steadily taking a good grip on the mid-range market with the help of its new A-series and online-exclusive M-series. During the announcement of its Q2 2019 results, Samsung even said that its Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A70 smartphones have helped in increasing the sales. So, it’s evident that the company will continue to move one the same road while taking new trends into account.

Samsung Galaxy A50 is one of the best mid-tier Android phones on the market today. Launched in February at MWC 2019 event, the device has garnered big sales numbers and appreciation.

Seeing such popularity among the users, Zack Nelson from JerryRigEverything decided to do a durability test of the device to see if the device can also handle external pressures.

The durability test of the Galaxy A50 starts with the usual scratch test where the device started showing scratches at level 6 on Mohs scale hardness and deeper grooves at level 7 just like premium handsets. The in-display fingerprint scanner is working fine even after the deeper scratches. The back of the device is made of plastic but it doesn’t feel cheap. In fact, the device looks no lesser than a fashion statement even at its price.

In the build test wherein the YouTuber bends the devices from the middle, the Galaxy A50 came out as a winner, retaining the shape and durability. This alludes a phone doesn’t have to have to expensive materials for a durable profile. Zack is pretty much impressed after the durability test.

Watch the video from below and share your thoughts on your favorite phone.


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