Samsung totally renewed the Galaxy A series with completely different gadgets. Among the initial ones from the renewed line-up, there is Samsung Galaxy A50, what the Korean giant just launched in the global market. Given its several incredibile specifications and its interesting value, we think it is worth comparing the new A50 with 2 key gadgets released in the last period. We are talking about the Oppo F11 Pro and Vivo V15 Pro, 2 awesome upper-midrange smartphones with pop-up digital cameras. Is Samsung at the similar level as its Chinese competition with its midrange suggests? With this specs comparison, we will help you find out.
Oddly, no matter being upper-midrange gadgets, all individuals smartphones arrive with a plastic body, and that is not the top of elegance. But Oppo F11 Pro and Vivo V15 Pro have an major added value: the pop-up digital camera which makes the design cleaner and the screen-to-body ratio fairly high without the need for a notch. I personally which includes the Vivo V15 Pro extra because, besides having a pop-up digital camera and with no notch, it even comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner what makes the rear side even cleaner. I even which includes extra its gradient color variant.
It is a hard fight between Samsung Galaxy A50 and Vivo V15 Pro, even though the Oppo F11 Pro has the advantage of boasting a bigger screen. Vivo V15 Pro ships with the Super AMOLED technology and 100 percent of DCI-P3 coverage, so it must suggests a improved color reproduction. Further, it does not have a notch, unlike the Samsung Galaxy A50.
Vivo V15 Pro wins even when it ships to the hardware side. It has a undoubtedly more strong chipset: the fresh Snapdragon 675 that is also found on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7. It is the perfect midrange SoC by Qualcomm together the Snapdragon 710 and it offers blazing speeds. Further more, the Vivo V15 Pro is the only phone of this trio to arrive with up to 8 GB of RAM. And it In addition has a micro SD dedicated slot that allows using the dual SIM slot and the micro SD at the exactly time. The second place goes to Samsung Galaxy A50 and its Exynos 9610 developed with a 10 nm production process. I would not go for the Oppo F11 Pro due to the fact it does not have a micro SD tray. All the handsets run a customized Android version, but I personally prefer Samsung’s one due to its smarter other features, even though a large amount of guys think it is too heavy.
On the paper, the most impressive digital cameras belong to the Vivo V15 Pro. First of all, it comes with an remarkable triple digital camera on the rear side, composed of a main 48 MP scanner, a secondary ultrawide scanner and a depth sensor, what can record video with 4K resolution. Further, it has a remarkable 32 MP front digital camera for selfies which allows capturing quite high definition images. It is yet a midrange option, but it remains incredibile. We give the second place to the sensor department of the Samsung Galaxy A50 with a vibrant aperture for the main 25 MP sensor, a secondary ultrawide lens, and a depth scanner. The last place goes to the Oppo F11 Pro, however it does not mean that it is disappointing. It yet has a perfect dual camera with a 48 MP main scanner just such as the Vivo V15 Pro.
The battery life is a strong point of all of individuals handsets. Samsung Galaxy A50 and Oppo F11 Pro need to be the longest lasting ones since they boast a massive 4000 mAh battery. Given the AMOLED display and the SoC designed with a 10 nm production process, Samsung Galaxy A50 must have a a bit longer battery life than Oppo F11 Pro. Vivo V15 Pro has a smaller 3700 mAh battery, so it is unlikely that it will reach its opponents. All the gadgets are equipped with a fast charging tech, but Vivo V15 Pro need to be capable to charge faster thanks to its smaller battery size and higher power for the quick charging technology (18W). As claimed by to the company, Vivo V15 Pro could achieve 24 percent in just 15 minutes of charging.
Vivo V15 Pro wins this comparison due to the fact of its better performances, awesome cameras, and fresh design, but it costs extra: about ?360/$405 in Asia. You can grab a unit of the Samsung Galaxy A50 in the global market for ?350/$395, while Oppo F11 Pro costs about ?320/$360.
Oppo F11 Pro
Pretty fast charging
No micro SD slot
Samsung Galaxy A50
Micro SD dedicated slot
In-screen fingerprint reader
Less impressive design
Vivo V15 Pro
Fantastic digital cameras
Micro SD dedicated tray