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LG K50S has a budget look though it comes with a low-mid-range tag. It has a few pros and cons:
- The phone has a comfortable design which sits well in the palm.
- The phone comes with a decent battery that can keep chugging for a whole day.
- LG K50S has a three-camera module which clicks decent photos in daylight.
- The display of the LG K50S is quite poor.
- The phone has a passable processor which cannot run intensive tasks.
- The low-light shots on this phone are quite grainy.
The LG K50S is a decent low mid-range phone though it does have a few shortcomings. It has a weak processor and poor display. It can be used as a decent phone to get your necessary tasks done and hence, is recommended as a companion model with your primary handset.
LG K50S may not attract you with its front, but it packs quite an attractive look on its rear panel. Priced at Rs. 10,999, the LG K50S has a handsome triple camera module on its back which can attract any photographer.
The LG K50S does an excellent job with its battery and daylight image-clicking abilities. However, it is a poor handset when it comes to performance. Hence, LG K50S can be an excellent phone to go for if you do not keep your expectations very high.
LG K50S looks like most budget smartphones. It has a moderately large display which is excellent, but the bezels are not very slim. The bottom chin is a bit thick. Regarding the size, the phone is comfortable and fits in your hand. But it does not arrive with any unique feature. There is nothing premium about this handset. However, it does have a fingerprint sensor which works fast. The phone comes with the dimensions of 165.80 x 77.50 x 8.20mm, which is pretty decent.
LG K50S has a 6.50-inch display which keeps it quite bright. However, the phone does not produce an immersive effect. The thick bezels around the phone make it less immersive. The phone arrives with an aspect ratio of 19:5:9, which is quite decent. However, regarding the resolution, the phone falters and arrives with low 720×1560 pixels. Videos on this phone will not impress you.
LG K50S arrives with a 2GHz Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22 processor paired with 3GB RAM. While the RAM is decent, the processor is quite slow. Multitasking may be a hassle with this phone. You should not try to play graphics-heavy games like PUBG. Moderate games like Subway Surfer can run fine, but there can be frame drops. The processor is kept low-end for this budget handset.
LG K50S has three cameras on its back, which is quite a decent advancement for a low-priced phone like this one. The phone has a 13MP primary camera, a 5MP secondary camera and 2MP camera for depth-sensing. In the daylight, the shots taken on the camera is quite decent. There is little noise present. However, at night, the camera shots can turn out to be abysmal. The phone arrives with a 13MP camera for selfies. The selfies are okay, but there is a little bit of grain. They can be used for social media purposes.
The LG K50S gets its power from a standard 4,000mAh battery. It is a decent battery and can keep chugging for a whole day with light to moderate use. However, intensive use can drain the battery fast.
The LG K50S is an okay phone and can be used as a second handset. It has a poor display and weak processor which makes it just a budget handset. The design is not especially attractive too. However, the phone has a decent battery and a good set of cameras which gets the job done. If you are looking for a phone which can conduct your basic day-to-day tasks, then this handset is one of the best you can get.