The Galaxy A50, one of Samsung's most popular intermediaries, has started receiving a new software update. This time, the South Korean has released the March security patch, which contains a number of improvements to make the system more secure against attacks and break-ins.
The firmware number "A505FDDU4ATB8" suggests that Samsung has implemented additional features in addition to the latest Android fixes, but until now these changes are unknown.
The March security patch is currently available via OTA only in Israel, but if no critical error is detected by the manufacturer during this initial phase, other markets should receive the update in the next few days or weeks.
As for Android 10, the Galaxy A50 is compatible with Google's new mobile OS, but unfortunately we still don't know when the update will be released. Until that happens, he will continue to receive monthly security updates.
You can check the March patch arrival manually by going to "settings> software update> download and install". Before performing the installation, check the amount of battery available to avoid disconnections during the process, we recommend at least 50%.
Galaxy A50 specs:
This device has a 6.4 "Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels and 19.5: 9 aspect ratio. Inside, we have the Exynos 9610 processor, combined with 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage .
In the camera department, there are three sensors at the rear that add up to 25MP + 8MP + 5MP, while the front one delivers 25MP. To keep the Galaxy A50 on, Samsung inserted a 4,000 mAh battery with fast 15W charging.
|Launch price||R $ 1,999.00|
|Lowest historical price||R $ 1,100.00|
|Operational system||Android 9 Pie|
|RAM memory||6 GB and 4 GB|
|Internal Storage||128 GB and 64 GB|
|Extra Storage||512 GB|
|Screen – Type||Super AMOLED|
|Screen – Size||6.4|
|Screen – Resolution||2340 x 1080|
|Rear Camera||25 MP, 8 MP and 5 MP|
|Video||4K – 30 fps|
|Rear Camera – Aperture||F / 1.7 and F / 2.2|
|Front Camera||25 MP|
|Front Camera – Aperture||F / 2.0|
|Camera – optical stabilization|
|Camera – HDR|