Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50

Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50
Camera, Performance, Battery Life Comparison

Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50
Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50

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4. Verdict

When we compared the Redmi Note 7 Pro with the Samsung Galaxy M30, the former emerged as the clear winner for most users. It offers a fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC, all-day battery life, and good cameras. 

However, getting your hands on a Redmi Note 7 Pro is quite hard thanks to the company's periodic flash sales. Naturally, you might want to look at other smartphones at around the same price point, and one phone that will pop up on the list is the Samsung Galaxy A50. 

Yes, It is more expensive than the Redmi Note 7 Pro, but it is readily available and has an in-display fingerprint scanner, which isn't common at this price point. 

So between the elusive Redmi Note 7 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy A50, which one should you pick? We test them head-to-head to find out.

Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50 design

While these two smartphones cost almost the same ballpark, their build quality is quite different. Let's first talk about the Samsung Galaxy A50 18,997 (review), thanks to its translucent back, which is a rainbow finish. 

However, it seems much less than the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 panel at the Redmi Note 7 Pro Review 16,599 (review).

He said, Samsung Galaxy A50 is slimmer and there is thin bezel around its screen. Take two phones and you'll immediately realize that the Samsung Galaxy A50 is also lightweight. 

On the other hand, the Redmi Note Pro 7 is thick and feels heavy. The button placement is similar on both phones, and we had to stretch to reach the volume buttons on both of us. 

Although you will not be able to guess on any input on the phone, clicking them.

Both phones have Watermarks, but this is small on the Samsung Galaxy A50. Turn the phone around and you will see triple camera setup on Samsung Galaxy A50 while there is a dual camera setup in Radmi Note 7 Pro.

You will get a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner in Radmi Note 7 Pro, while in-display fingerprint scanner used in the Galaxy A50.

Thankfully both phones have modern USB Type-C ports as well as 3.5mm headphone jacks. Radmi note 7 Pro has little benefit in the form of IR emitter, which can be used to control the devices.

In terms of design, we call a tie between these two phones because Samsung has a better style of Galaxy A50, while the Redmi Note 7 Pro uses more premium content.

Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50 

specifications, software, and features

The imagery sheet of these two devices shows how different they are. Samsung's contender, Galaxy A50, has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with full-HD + resolution and in-display fingerprint scanner. 

Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50
Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Samsung A50

Redmi Note 7 Pro has a full-HD + resolution 6.3-inch LTPS in-cell display. Both screens are good to see but this is Samsung's Super AMOLED panel which gives better output between the two.

Every manufacturer has taken a different viewpoint as soon as the processor comes. Samsung has chosen its own Exynos 9610 Octa-Core SoC and has matched it with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. A more expensive version is also available with 6GB RAM, but the storage remains the same. 

Samsung low variants cost Rs. 19,990, while the more amount you get is Rs. 22,990 Xiaomi Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 is the first manufacturer to offer Octa-Core SoC, and this phone also offers 4GB of RAM with 64GB of storage. If you choose a higher priced variant, you get 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage. 

Pricing is more attractive than Samsung's options, whose base version is priced at Rs. 13,999, while the high end will cost you Rs. 16,999 Will return from If you want to expand the storage, both smartphones give you the option of doing this. 

Samsung Galaxy A50 has a dedicated MicroSD card slot that allows extension of up to 512GB, but with Note 7 Pro you get a hybrid slot which allows extension of up to 256GB, so you have to discard the second SIM. 

Both phones have a 4000mAh battery, but the Galaxy A50 gets a 15W charger in the box while the Redmi Note 7 Pro comes with a 10W charger. 

Xiaomi Qualcomm offers support for Quick Charge 4.0 technology but you have to buy a compatible charger separately.

The connectivity options on the Samsung Galaxy A50 include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, FM radio and 4G as well as VoLTE on both SIMs. Radmi note 7 offers Bluetooth 5, dual-band Wi-Fi, dual 4G and VOLTE, and IR.

In terms of software, you are running the latest Android 9 pie on both smartphones. Samsung has placed its Custom One UI on top, while Xiaomi has its MIUI 10. 

We found that the Galaxy A50 had recently received security patches in March 2019, while the Redmi Note 7 Pro was on February patches.

Each UI has its own set of attributes, but we like OneUI at MIUI because it looks fresh and the stock is close to android.

We both were troubled by spam notifications on both smartphones and had to know about disabling notifications and uninstalling some apps.

Redmi Note 7 Pro vs. Samsung A50 

Camera, Performance and Battery Life

Both phones are powerful enough to run day-to-day tasks without breaking a sweat. We can easily multitask with the application in the background and do not face any issues on the device. 

We found that both phones make us easily multitask, while Redmi Note 7 Pro was slightly faster while launching the app. You will only notice it when you compare two side-by-side.

The Samsung Galaxy A50's in-display fingerprint scanner will be a big draw for a lot of people, but unlike the smartphone, unlike the capacitive sensor on Radmi Note 7 Pro, it is not too early to unlock. We also tried Face Recognition, which is available on both phones, and found that both can be unlocked at a single speed.

Raw performance is a decisive factor for many people when buying a smartphone, so let's talk about benchmark numbers. In AnTuTu, Samsung Galaxy A50 managed to see 145,408 points, while Redmi Note 7 Pro scored 178,708 points. 

After running Geek bench 4, the Galaxy A50 managed 1,719 single-core tests and 5,586 in the multi-core test while the Redmi Note 7 Pro managed 2,389 and 6,593, respectively. 

Redmi Note 7 Pro also performed well in the graphics benchmark, which included 41fps in GFXBench's T-Rex Sein and 15fps in Manhattan 3.1. Samsung Galaxy A50 scores 37fps and 22fps respectively.

We played PUBG Mobile on both phones to check their gaming performance. The Redmi Note 7 Pro game loads faster than Samsung Galaxy A50. 

After playing with Balanced Set and High frame set with graphics on both phones for 15 minutes, the battery level reduced to Redmi Note 7 Pro by 5 percent, while Samsung Galaxy A50's battery level dropped 4 percent. 

We also found that Redmi was hot compared to the Galaxy A50 in Note 7 Pro, which makes Samsung's offer a better pick for a potentially expanded gaming session.

Both smartphones have a 4000mAh battery and run for more than one day with regular use. In our HD Video Loop Test, the Samsung Galaxy A50 lasted 14 hours and 59 minutes while the Redmi Note 7 Pro lasted 19 hours and 23 minutes. 

However, the Galaxy A50 was sharper to charge fully in comparison to the bundled 15W charger, which was compared to 10W supplied by Xiaomi.

Redmi Note 7 Pro has a 48-megapixel primary camera with f / 1.79 aperture, as well as a 5-megapixel depth sensor. 

The Samsung Galaxy A50 has a triple camera setup, which has a 25-megapixel primary camera with a f / 1.7 archer; 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with f / 2.2 aperture and 123-degree field of view; And 5-megapixel depth sensor. 

For Selfie, Redmi Note 7 Pro has a 13-megapixel sensor while the Galaxy A50 has a 25-megapixel sensor with f / 2.0 aperture.

We took multiple photos in different lighting conditions with both phones at the same time, to see how they stack up against each other. In daylight shots, we noticed that the Redmi Note 7 Pro manages better details, and objects at a distance are also sharp. 

The Samsung Galaxy A50 lags behind slightly but manages to render HDR better than the Redmi Note 7 Pro. Also, the wide-angle sensor on the Galaxy A50 gives it an edge in terms of flexibility when composing shots, especially of landscapes.

Both phones capture good macros and preserve a lot of detail, but we prefer the depth effect that the Redmi Note 7 Pro creates. The Samsung Galaxy A50 delivers punchier colors in comparison, thanks to the scene optimizer, which some people might prefer.

In low light, the Galaxy A50 produces a brighter image but at the cost of blowing out the highlights. The Redmi Note 7 Pro handles this slightly better, but images are noisier. 

The Samsung Galaxy A50 takes longer than the Redmi Note 7 Pro to lock focus in low light, but we found its shots to be better overall.

We shot a few portraits using both phones with their beautification features disabled. The Samsung Galaxy A50 gives you the option to set the level of blur, while the Redmi Note 7 Pro does not. 

Instead, Xiaomi offers studio lighting effects. We found that the Redmi Note 7 Pro meters light better and produces better details than the Samsung Galaxy A50.

When it comes to selfies, we found that the Redmi Note 7 Pro doesn't always get the color tone right, but captures significantly better details than the Samsung Galaxy A50 which produced softer selfies in comparison.

Video recording maxes out at 1080p on the Samsung Galaxy A50, while the Redmi Note 7 Pro can record 4K video as well as 1080p at 60fps which are both advantages. Both smartphones have stabilization, which helps reduce shakes.

All in all, while the Samsung Galaxy A50 is better in certain scenarios like the HDR mode and has the useful wide-angle camera, the Redmi Note 7 Pro manages to edge this thanks to its performance with daylight shots and landscapes, macro shots, as well as portraits, not to mention support for higher resolution video recording.


These two smartphones are not in the exact same price range, as the Galaxy A50 commands a premium over the Redmi Note 7 Pro. However, the Galaxy A50 has more in common with the Redmi Note 7 Pro than the Galaxy M30 (Review), as we found when we compared them. 

Samsung offers a better Super AMOLED panel, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and its software is more up to date.

The Redmi Note 7 Pro 
(Reviewhas a more powerful processor and cameras that perform better in the majority of the scenarios. You will also save a few thousand rupees if you choose this phone over the Samsung Galaxy A50 (Review).

Unfortunately, getting your hands on a Redmi Note 7 Pro isn't going to be easy right now as it is only available in limited quantities through flash sales. 

If you don't want to struggle with such sales and don't mind paying a premium, the Samsung Galaxy A50 will not disappoint you either.

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