Samsung Galaxy A51 review. - Galaxy User Guide

If you're familiar with Samsung's phones, this looks similar to the model from last year, but it's made of plastic to cut costs. It even brings back the same finish as last year, giving off a rainbow of colors in certain lighting conditions. There's a new texture to separate this time around. Other than that, the only significant difference is the new l-shaped camera setup which houses four cameras and the LED flash. One thing that really stands out to me is how slim and light this phone is not clunky at all. But you know: I was expecting something more flavorful from a phone called the 51. Maybe there is an easter egg somewhere, but if there is I haven't found it yet.

This is no surprise for Samsung's Infinity display - trademark it's a 6.5 inch, super-aMOLED with a 1080p resolution and though it isn't curved it does have some really slim bezels. Instead of a notch for the selfie cam, there's a punch hole, it's not totally unobtrusive but it is alright. On this screen, the viewing experience is great with plenty of sharpness and, of course, contrast. With a manual slider you can get over 400 nits and around 613 in bright conditions with the auto mode toggle, there's an OS on display that will show the time and notifications when the phone is asleep and there's a nother fingerprint reader to wake up the phone using it is reliable but not the fastest. The sound quality is decent for audio speakers, but this is no special speaker.

Also we have expansionable storage on top of the 64 or 128 gigs in there, so plenty of space. Some of the new features include a dark mode for your menus and a new set of gestures for navigation. Swiping the edge of the screen brings you to a customizable space for shortcuts at the heart of the A51 is Samsung's new Exynos 96 11 - chipset. It's about in par CPU, wise to the snapdragon 660, but does worse in the GPU tests. Well the a 51 scored an endurance rating of 86 hours, an hour battery tests not bad but less than the previous model and nothing special for a mid-range err. Now I am using the bundled 15 watt Adapter again charging speed, not bad, but not great. The Galaxy, a 51s quad cameras are probably as big as the change from last year's model.

The main camp takes decent pictures, there's good sharpness, wide dynamic range, low noise and balanced colours but we're not fans of how the phone renders fine detail. You can also shoot in the full 48 megapixels but these don't give you much and the file size is much larger. The ultra wide-angle camera is quite able for mid-range sharpness and dynamic range are both quite good. This is a significant upgrade from the model portraits of last year, taken with the main camera. Detection and separation are excellent and the defocus background blur looks nice. They are, soft and noisy with washed out colors the dynamic range is decent for what it is worth night mode gives a sharper image with better definition in the shadows.

Ultra Wide-angle cam isn't doing a very good job in low light. We don't mind though, selfies turn out to be good with nice colors. One feature that is not found anywhere is the 4k video recording from the selfie camera. With this main camera and ultra wide cam footage from the main camera looks decent colors are accurate and dynamic range is wide but it does seem a bit over processed. The ultra wide-angle cam colors are in comparison a little washed out and contrast is a bit lower but is still alright. It does have a pretty good dynamic range to stabilize. Only when recording in 1080p is available, from the main can there's a tendency for focus. The hunting, but stabilize footage is super smooth from ultra wide.

So this is the galaxy, a 51 you get a beautiful and lightweight display, a brilliant AMOLED display and a versatile set of cameras. Just look at that is a pretty nice phone, but it falls short in a few categories - some are pretty important for mid-range devices - battery life and charging speed are good, but not great. Overall, I would say that there are better options out there for a mid-range err, but if you are a total Samsung and you don't mind paying the premium, the 8051 will get the job done..

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