Samsung Galaxy A71 Review. - Galaxy User Guide

If you're familiar with Samsung's recent MIT Rangers, you will not be surprised to find that the galaxy a 71 is made of plastic. The material looks like glass and its really pretty when it illuminates. Even though it is plastic, the bill doesn't feel cheap. It seems sturdy and my only gripe is that there is no waterproofing on this phone, the 71 is a really large phone thanks to its six-point, seven-inch screen, but his profile is quite slim and is surprisingly light and comfy in the hand. It is flat and not curved and has a 1080p resolution, plus a Punchhole cutout in the top for the selfie camera content. It looks great sharp and contrast II as you would expect from a Samsung display. Colors are quite accurate too, but a bit bland.

Unless you turn on the vivid mode, you don't get HDR 10 support like you would with the flagships, but unless you're looking for that content on one of its few supported platforms, you won't miss it. We measured 410 NIF's maximum with the slider and up to 515 minutes in bright conditions with the auto mode switched on. The always-on display is the a70 ones method of showing you the time and notifications when it is asleep and as an optical fingerprint reader located under the screen to wake up and unlock the phone with it feels a bit on the slow side.

The a71 offers that the Samsung flagships - not is the 3.5 millimeter jack sound quality through headphones is quite good, with above-average loudness m little distortion, otherwise the Audio - quality - the single bottom firing loudspeaker is decent comparable to that on samsung's other recent midrangers [Music]. This storage is UFS 2.1 and though 128 gigs is enough to keep tracks and everything else. There's a dark mode for your menus which should give you a little bit of energy savings and there's a new option with Android 10 for gesture navigation, where the back gesture is a swipe from the side to the heart of the galaxy. The a 71 does a great job with benchmark scores and it ran all of the games.

The charging speed has improved a bit since the 70 with a bundled 25 watt charger. Moving on to the cameras, the galaxy a 71 has an L-shaped quad camera setup : there is a 64 megapixel quad Bearman camera, a 12 megapixel Ultra wide camera, a 5 megapixel Macrocam and a Def sensor. All we're missing here is the Telephoto in daylight, the galaxy, a 71 s, main camera, shoots, nice, 16, megapixel, photos, there is good contrast, lively, colors, low noise, and very good dynamic range. It could be better in terms of fine detail, but is not bad for a mid-range er. Portraits taken with the main camera were very good. They have a nice subject: detection and separation and a pleasing D focus background at 12 megapixels.

The Ultra Wide Cam is an upgrade over the 8 megapixel megapixel of last year. It has better detail and sharpness in that one as well as punchy, colors, good name range and low noise. Close-ups taken with the macro camera are OK, though, we've seen better fine detail in the competition. Moving on to low light photography, we took shots with the main camera that have nice colors of low noise? There is a night mode here and these photos are cropped down to 12 megapixels. The net mode, not only restores highlights, but also gets more detail in the shadows and the sky shots from the ultra wide are not bad, even though they are quieter in less detail for an ultra wide at night. 4K videos with the main camera are taken in 30 fps and they are excellent.

There's more than enough detail, decent dynamic range and great contrast and colors. These are still good, though the detail level is lower and the colors are a little washed out. Video stabilization is available on both the main and ultra wide cams only at 1080p resolution and is fairly smooth. There is also the super steady mode on the ultra wide which is actually smoother like an action cam. He had a comfortable and good looking build with an excellent AMOLED display, a powerful mid-range chipset and some pretty nice cameras. In fact, the chipsets in the cameras are the main upgrades over the previous model, the a 70, the low-light photography, especially blousier, 70 out of the water.

Now the a 71 isn't the cheapest phone out there with these specs, but in the a series this is the best Samsung you can get and it deserves our recommendation..

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