Samsung Galaxy A02s Unboxing and First Impressions! - Galaxy User Guide

Hey guys, how's it going in this video we are going to do an unboxing and I'm going to give my first impressions on the Samsung galaxy a02s. This phone is on sale at the time of this video I'll have links down in the description. If you want to try it for yourself, the price is around 170 dollars, which is what I personally paid for this phone now. This was Samsung's cheapest phone at 128, but now we're actually seeing quite a difference between these two phones with a more expensive price and a lot more features that are to be revealed in the course of this video like having a much larger display, additional ram and additional storage with faster charging speeds, having a bigger battery a lot of improvements over the A01.

And we gonna find out whether it's worth the price jump and we'll go ahead and take a look at the Galaxy a02s. Also we have white blue and this black color here so that you have the top. Here we have put our device in the side for just a second and see what else we get here in the box on the bottom. It was expecting because this phone can charge at 15 watts, so a little compromise here that Samsung made, unfortunately to go with that. We have our Sim Ejection tool on the bottom of the box.

We also have a little slot with our headphones, but it is nice to see samsung including all these accessories in the box, considering they're rid of a lot of them on their flagship phones and the top here we don't have a case with this phone, but we do have some paperwork, we'll just switch that to the side. We have a triple lens camera setup, which we'll also go into later, and we have a very nicely sized 5 000 milliamp hour battery. Compared to some of their previous generation phones, I love that these cheaper phones from Samsung get an overall nicer feel and just an upgrade in the physical department. So it's just a nice little subtle upgrade from the previous generations on galaxy a01 here we just have a plain black design.

We have our power button and volume rockers, which are at a nice spot. All we have is the sim card tray on top here and in this slot we have a dual sim setup and a micro SD card that can take up to one terabyte of storage. To see that versatility here we have a mic and on the bottom we have a headphone jack, another mic and our single bottom battery charger. Overall it does have quite a decent weight considering that it has a 5 000 milliamp hour battery. A big difference from the Galaxy a01 which has a 3000 milliamp hour battery and a much smaller display. We'll jump on to some comparisons after we go ahead and boot up the galaxy a02s taking a first look at 6.5 inch display here.

This is a very good looking screen first impressions here we do have the teardrop design notch at the top. I know that people really don't like that, but it's really much better than any iPhone notch and it's not all too much different than the hole punch. The largest difference is simply the screen size from the first generation galaxy a01 in general. This has a 5.7 inch display, but I am going ahead. All my applications download get everything set up on this phone use it for a while and I will come back with some of my first impressions on the a02s in all good faith so I've been using the galaxy a02s for a little while here and I have to say you guys first I am impressed with this phone.

That's another easy way to unlock, but unfortunately there is no fingerprint sensor in the display or on the side or back of the phone. It's a good processor for what it is, and you can see here just for general scrolling you're not going to have any lag or hiccups. Go ahead and take a look at the display if you are watching some youtube content. It's not taking up too much of your display and the chin on the right side really is not that aggressive for just basic media consumption and streaming youtube and stuff like that. This is gonna be an excellent display jumping in google news again, you gonna see how easy it is to just scroll through your content, as is the case with the Youtube feed.

You might think that you're slipping out because of a snapdragon 450 as opposed to a snapdragon 750 or higher end processor, but in your normal everyday use, you really don't really have any issues jumping into your various applications at all. It's going to be very smooth, it's honest a good performer for the price. I can tell right from the outset that there is a little bit less performance here compared to some of the other smartphones I've reviewed recently on the channel, but when you're going about and performing your various actions there aren't any lag, spikes or anything, and there were no major hiccups that I noticed here in my initial testing.

So, for light gaming, this is going to be a phone that gets the job done, but certainly don't buy it with the mindset of playing all of the latest and greatest mobile games, especially those that are performance hungry, but again just taking a look at the screen itself. Having a very large canvas, it will be great for playing mobile games. So, honestly, here I really love the display and the decent amount of things you can do with it with the processor powering it up. Yes, there may be a chance that if you put the phone really close to you, you can see some individual pixels in whatever kind of text or content you're looking at, but to be completely honest if you're not looking at any specification sheets.

If you bought this phone without knowing what the screen resolution was, you would be 100% okay with it when I first set up this phone and had the home screen on for the first time. My first honest reaction to the word "Wow" that came out of my mouth was Then by having the volume up you are getting maybe nine to 10 hours of youtube watch time on this phone and average day-to-day use, that equates to two to three days of use instead of the conventional one day of use that we may be used to on the past generation. Samsung has packed bigger batteries in all of their new devices.

So it's going to help you get through your day or days or even longer if you're a light user, I think that's where it's going to benefit people the most is that if you're not on your phone all day, long or you're just getting this phone for someone that isn't on their phone all the time they're not going to have to worry about charging as much as it's just one less thing to worry about in our day-to-day lives. Next, I wanted to do just a quick audio test for you guys in my initial first impressions. Some of those have a better sounding speaker in my opinion, but I think that at the end of the day it gets the job done again, but I'll let you guys be the judge of that [music]. Moving to the back now, taking a look at the triple-angle camera setup.

We have a 2 megapixel macro lens and a 2 megapixel depth sensor, so it is not the highest specked camera in terms of this galaxy. A series of our camera options are here. Here we have live focus so we can get some blurriness around our subject to make for some nice bokeh effect shots in our video mode. If you want you can pinch to zoom and we can shoot 1080 at 30p on this phone and then jump more up. We have a panorama mode in addition to our macro lens, which will allow us to get really close to our subjects for more detailed shots, but we'll definitely take a closer look at the camera here in a future video.

All things considered getting a 6.5 inch display with 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage, getting a 5 000 milliamp hour battery with 15 watt fast charging, even though we don't get a 15 watt fast charger in the box. For whatever reason it is a seven and a half watt charger having the snapdragon 450 processor is great for just general tasks and simply day-to-day use case this time around, I'm impressed with all the things that I've done with this phone and I've also been pleasantly surprised by the build here on the a02s, especially the design. It's nice that Samsung is bringing some more premium phones to these less expensive phones. It looks like these cheaper phones, so everyone can get their hands on these really cool designs.

But with all that said, I'll be back in a couple days with a full review on the a02s and in the meantime, let me know what your thoughts are on this phone in the comments below and if you enjoyed this video, please consider subscribing to Shane Simon's channel today, as only about 2.8 percent of you are actually subscribed to this website - so please subscribe and.

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