South Korea's leading smartphone maker Samsung has rolled out Android 10 updates for the Galaxy A50s launched at the end of last year. With this update, users will get OneUI 2.0 as well as Dark Mode feature. With this new update, smartphone users will get a new experience. The new update will not only change its icons and privacy features but will also see a change in its processing speed. With the new update, the difference between the performance of the phone and the camera will also be seen.
The size of this latest update rolled out for Samsung Galaxy A50s is 1.6GB and it comes with February security patch of Google Android. This new update of Galaxy A50s has been rolled out in the name of version A507FNXXU3BTB2. To update this, users have to go to their smartphone settings and tap on the software update. After this, you can download the latest update by tapping on Download and Install. Before downloading the new update, users have to connect their smartphone to the Internet via WiFi or mobile data. Due to the file size being more than 1.6GB, users will have to connect to WiFi.
This smartphone comes with 4GB / 6GB RAM + 128GB storage option. The phone has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED V-cut display. The phone's screen resolution has been given Full HD Plus. The phone uses the 2.3GHz + 1.7GHz Exynos 9611 processor. To give power to the phone, it has a battery of 4,000mAh. Talking about the camera features of the phone, a triple rear camera setup has been given in its back. The phone has a primary sensor of 48MP. Apart from this, two other rear cameras of 5MP and 8MP have been given. The phone also has an 8MP selfie camera. For security, it has features like in-display fingerprint sensor and face unlock.