Samsung A 51
Samsung Galaxy Samsung phones have been doing well over the years. They targeted the midsection and became the success story of the Korean tech giant. The Samsung Galaxy A51 is the latest Samsung product in its latest release that promised big and big promises like batteries, screens, cameras, and more. So, we decided to test our smartphone and see if Samsung has a winner. Samsung has released the smartphone in only one version for Rs 23,999 with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
This smartphone is available in three colors: Prism Black, White, and Blue. We are currently checking the latest color version. An 8GB variant will be available in the future. Read on to find out more.
The Galaxy A51 is one of the first phones in this series to feature an Infinity-O display and a macro camera. In addition to these dedicated features, many of the specs are the same as their predecessors, including the AMOLED screen, processor, and design. There is not much competition in this price category, with the exception of Redmi K20 Pro (test) and Redmi K20 (test), which may be beneficial to Samsung.
Samsung A 51 Design
The Samsung Galaxy A51 case has a design similar to the Galaxy A50s. We have a very thin polycarbonate body that is relatively light at 172g and weighs just 7.9mm. The glossy body tends to collect fingerprints, but this is less noticeable in the Prism Crush Black block. The trim on the back is also a little slippery, but thankfully Samsung does offer a case in the box.
The biggest change is the Infinity-O display first seen on the Galaxy A series of phones. Essentially, it’s a hole at the top of the screen, similar to the Galaxy Note 10 (review). Samsung may not have redesigned the case too much, but the look of the display gives this phone a premium look at a glance, which we’re grateful for. The Galaxy A51 uses a Full HD Super AMOLED panel for vibrant colors and excellent clarity. The front part stands out thanks to the thin bezel.
The location of the button is ergonomic, and on the right, there is a compartment for two nano-SIM cards and one microSD card. Below you will find a typical headphone jack, USB Type-C port, and speaker grill. The back of the Galaxy A51 looks like a boom camera, but it already has the fourth camera. The arrow does not pop out much, which is normal. The Galaxy A51 comes with a 15W fast charger, Type-C cable, earbuds, SIM removal tool, and common accessories like a case.
Samsung A 51 Display
The screen is another aspect of your smartphone that makes your Samsung smartphone shine. “O” also includes a 32-megapixel camera sensor. The screen has a minimal bezel, but the chin is still chunky. The brightness level of the Galaxy A51 is bright enough to reduce glare and improve the screen’s visibility in daylight as it has fewer reflections from the glass.
The overall quality of the Super AMOLED panel is also good, delivering deep blacks and good image saturation. There is also a fingerprint scanner on the display, and the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A50 will definitely be updated. It’s fast but not as fast as physical or ultrasonic sensors on mainstream Galaxy smartphones.
Samsung A 51 Specifications
Samsung has the same Exynos 9611 processor as the Galaxy A50, which in 2020 will seem a little underpowered at this price. The Galaxy A51 has 6GB or 8GB of RAM and both variants have 128GB of storage. Other specs include 802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, GPS, NFC, and FM radio. The standard sensor is built-in and the phone is also Widevine L1 certified.
The software that runs on this phone is Samsung One UI 2.0 based on Android 10, this new version is similar to the previous version of One UI, but Samsung has made some changes to improve the user experience. experience. Changing the wallpaper is now much easier, as there is a dedicated menu for that rather than switching to the theme app.
Other minor changes include placement permission for accessing app permissions, which appear at the bottom of the screen instead of in the center. The Device Maintenance submenu has also been updated. You can now track your battery usage over the last 7 days, as well as the time it was last fully charged. You can now change the app icon on the lock screen by changing the default keyboard shortcut or DnD camera or Lightning Switch.
Can be deleted. Samsung has also added the following India-specific features to the Galaxy A51: B. Visual maps, multilingual predictions, and a functional contact for organizing SMS messages in the form of smart images that can identify the most important parts of the screenshot and cut them into one piece. I found that the smart crop feature works best when I have an image.
Performance and battery Samsung A 51
We love the thin and light form factor. Navigation in the user interface is relatively fast, but not very smooth. There were cases where there was some delay in the system animation. Fair performance in benchmarks; Similar to Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 or 665 SoC. However, at the prices that Samsung advertises for this phone, this is a bit surprising. In AnTuTu, we scored 1.86220 and showed 42 frames per second in the GFXbench T-Rex benchmark. The back of the phone heats up a bit when playing games and running stressful apps, but this never causes discomfort. Fortunately, the Exynos 9611 SoC is very good at graphics. PUBG Mobile and Asphalt 9: Both Legends perform well with excellent frame rates.
Biometric authentication works fine, but a little slow. The fingerprint sensor takes a few minutes to authenticate and unlock the phone. This also applies to face recognition. The Galaxy A51 supports Dolby Atmos, but only if you have a wired headset connected. The sound quality in the headphones is very average, but this phone sounds better after using the premium headphones. The bottom row isn’t that strong, but it’s enough for personal listening. The screen is one of the best things about this phone. The brightness is excellent and the colors are vibrant, making the content very enjoyable.
Samsung used a 4,000mAh battery in the Galaxy A51 and achieved a decent runtime of 14 hours 55 minutes in the HD video test. It was easy to use throughout the day on a regular basis, and the energy lasted for the next half day. It has fast charging and is capable of charging the battery up to 67% per hour. It took just over 2 hours to charge. While relatively fast, it is not as fast as other products in this segment such as the Redmi K20 Pro, which charges up to 80% per hour.
Samsung A 51 Camera
Samsung has added a new 5MP macro camera to the Galaxy A50’s three-camera types. This includes the main 48MP sensor. 12MP wide-angle camera; 5-megapixel depth sensor. In One UI 2.0, the camera app has been redesigned and its icons now look slightly different. Most of the recording modes are also grouped under the MORE menu. However, you can add it to the default search if needed.
The default camera captures images at 12 megapixels, which is selected by default. However, it can record at a full 48-megapixel resolution if needed. This option is hidden in the percentage menu. In bright light, the Galaxy A51 can capture a detailed subject in the center of the frame. However, objects around the edges are slightly blurry and relatively soft.
The main camera records great colors in low light conditions, and details are rendered very well with minimal noise. There is a dedicated night mode, but I didn’t find much difference from the standard photo mode because the Scene Optimizer automatically adjusts the settings when low light is detected. Wide-angle cameras capture more of each scene in the image but cause significant distortion. Even after enabling the Super Wide Lens option, some photos look unnaturally distorted.
Images captured with this camera in low light conditions are darker and less detailed. Even night mode doesn’t help much. Live focus mode looks more impressive by blurring the background. The image quality is good and the depth camera helps the Galaxy A51 recognize edges correctly. Here you can adjust the level of blur, but the additional effect for this model (such as a spot color, etc.)