Midrange smartphones have gone down in price rapidly in the last few months. And with the holiday season just right around the corner, there’s no perfect time to get a brand new smartphone.
If you’re planning on shopping in the sub-17k category, then this Huawei Nova 5T (Kirin 980) vs Samsung Galaxy A50s (Exynos 9611) speed test and benchmark comparison is right for you.
Both of these devices launched with a price of Php18,990 a few months back. But since then, they have gone down in prices.
For one, the Nova 5T is now Php1,000 cheaper at Php17,990. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A50s’ price has gone down by Php2,000 at Php16,990.
Still, being some of the hottest midrange offerings by their own respective brands, we’ll be comparing the actual processing performance of these two devices. This is for those who want the fastest smartphone available for this price range.
Just for a quick recap, the Huawei Nova 5T brags a Kirin 980 octa-core processor, 8GB/128GB configuration, quad-cameras, a large 6.26-inch IPS display, and a 3,750mAh battery. You can learn more about this device in our full review.
On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy A50s uses the company’s Exynos 9611 GPU, has 6GB and 128GB of RAM and storage, a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen, and a 4,000mAh battery.
So, without further ado, hit play in our Huawei Nova 5T (Kirin 980) vs Samsung Galaxy A50s (Exynos 9611) speed test and benchmark comparison to find out which one is best.