Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50 Design…
From the front, both devices are as close as possible. The rounded case smoothly goes into a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with a high resolution of 2340 × 1080 pixels, which is, for a second, 403 ppi.
In the upper part of the screen there is a drop-shaped notch, there is a front-facing camera hiding in it, just above which there is a conversational speaker.
It is worth noting the neat frame and the rounding of the protective glass Gorilla Glass 3 on both models. As in the whole market, you can only find fault with a large and empty bottom, but in general you get the impression of a solid device.
If we talk about the edges, then there is also a coincidence. At the bottom of the A30 and A50 have a Type-C connector, a headphone jack and one speaker. On the right side there is a triple slot for two SIM and a memory card, and on the left side there are separate volume keys and a power button.
The main differences can be seen only by turning both smartphones. The junior model received a touchscreen fingerprint scanner and only two cameras. At this time, the elder brother, A50, is ready to boast at once with three camera eyes and a scanner directly under the screen.
It may seem to touch that we are dealing with a familiar “sandwich” from a frame and two glasses, but this is a tactile deception. Sly engineers created something called fiberglass. Only an experienced user will be able to suspect that something is wrong, and after 10-15 minutes they are confident that the entire body, with the exception of the screen protection, is plastic.
I do not see a big problem in this, there is less chance to break it. And on the appearance, in this case, does not affect. That only costs the rounded corners of the covers, like the curves of the flagship ruler screens.
No backlash of buttons or crunch when attempting to lightly twist was detected. Both devices not only look, but they feel really high quality.