Galaxy A01 Review

Galaxy A01 Review

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Galaxy A01’S Camera Struggles With Portrait Shots

The Galaxy A01’s camera takes clear, colorful photos in ample lighting, and red and green hues especially pop in some pictures. There were some images in which the sky was too exposed and it was eventually blown out of focus to make them white. Later in the night, I was able take good shots of the blue sky. The foreground as well as the subject matter were evenly exposed. While the camera’s 8X digital zoom can be used to get more detail from distant objects, it does not provide a great image quality. However, closer zooms will result in blurred images.

Live Focus for portrait photos was also really inconsistent. Some photos were good, but others featured blurred backgrounds or objects in some shots. I had to double-check that this was the case before using the Live Focus effect. Samsung has stated they will investigate the matter and that I would update this review when I get back.

It can capture 1080p video. Although the video quality is excellent, it doesn’t include optical image stabilization. If you are moving around often, footage will not look super smooth.

The flowers in this shot are vibrant, colorful and sharp.

The picture of the rose garden in this image is great but it is too bright.

The foreground and sky are both well-captured in this image.

Live Focus is an example of a feature that does not work (left), and works (right).

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Good call quality despite slow lte speeds

Two versions of Samsung’s Galaxy A01 are available in the US. One version is for Verizon while the other works with AT&T or T-Mobile networks. Each version has extensive coverage for each carrier. Cricket Wireless supplied our review unit, which was then tested using Cricket’s Chicago network.

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For extra storage, there’s a microSD card slot to the left.

Snapdragon X6’s nebulous modem offers 2x10mHz carrier aggregation via the downlink as well 64-QAM encoding. This is a older modem that was paired to part of the Snapdragon439 chipset. The slower modem can not use as many carrier resources as more modern alternatives, such as the Snapdragon X9 Motorola Moto e.

The data speeds were disappointing. Our test speeds averaged just 2.3Mbps down and 3.2Mbps up. This is slow even for Cricket and could cause audio and video buffering on congested networks.

However, the call quality is superb. The maximum volume on the earpiece at 86dB is sufficient to be audible in noisy streets. Our testing calls were crystal clear with no noise cancellation.

The back-firing speaker is a letdown. Volume is high at 94dB. But the speaker’s position means that it can produce muffled sounds when it lies down on a surface. Timbre is a brassy mix with over-represented mids, and very little bass.

Bluetooth 4.2 is available as well as dual-band WiFi. There’s also Bluetooth 4.2, but no NFC. If you want to use your phone for mobile payments and transit passes, this isn’t the phone for you.

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Review of the Samsung Galaxy A01

Samsung Galaxy A01 PC Mag A $150 phone is typically pretty basic, but the Samsung Galaxy A01 is still outclassed by other budget phones. While it is bright and has excellent battery life it fails to excel in other areas. The Snapdragon 439 processor doesn’t perform well on any of its basic tasks. Also, it has little capacity for installing apps even after you clear out all of the bloatware.

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CNet’s 68% Galaxy A01 Review: A low-priced Android device for those on a budget. CNet describes the Galaxy A01 as a simple, affordable phone from Samsung. It is part of Samsung’s A-series budget phones. The phone is priced at $150, though we have seen it for sale as low as $100 from Samsung. Its basic hardware and other features like the plain design and low resolution display are not much to be excited about. For the low price it is, the phone does cover the basic functions well enough. You can take pictures, check your email, look at videos, and make calls.

Rating: Score: 68% total score 70% performance 60% workmanship 68% Galaxy A01 Review: A budget-friendly Android phone. CNet’s review of the Galaxy A01 shows that it is the lowest-priced member of Samsung’s A-series. While it retails for $150 (though you can find them on sale at as low $100 unlocked by Samsung), there are not many things to love about the phone. The phone’s simple hardware and basic features, such as its low-resolution screen and plain design, make it a boring choice. It covers enough basics that the phone should still be affordable and can take pictures, send emails, play videos, and make calls.

galaxy a01 review

Foreign Reviews

Obzor pliusov i minusov Samsung Galaxy A01. Ochen’ pliusov i minusov Samsung Galaxy A01.

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Positive: Nice performance and low prices.

Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 03/21/2020 Mo hop Galaxy A01: Gia 2.6 trieu chiec Galaxy sieu re nay co gi hap dan?

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Positive: Low price; nice design; great built quality. Negative: Plastic case; no fingerprint sensor.

galaxy a01 review

Tracfone Samsung Galaxy A01 (S111Dl) Specs And Review

Samsung Galaxy A01 Review (S111DL)

A new Samsung budget friendly smartphone, called the Galaxy A01, has a 5.7-inch screen, an Octa-core processor with Android 10 and is now compatible with Tracfone’s prepaid service.

The Galaxy A01 starts at less than $100. It is an excellent replacement for older Samsung smartphone options such as the Galaxy J2 Orbit and Galaxy J3 Orbit. This Samsung Galaxy A01 comes alongside several other Tracfone smartphones, including the Galaxy A20. Follow all of our new smartphone releases in the Tracfone List. However, the Galaxy A01 might be an option for anyone looking for a compact phone or a tablet that can fit in a handbag.

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Samsung Galaxy A01: Where to Buy

Tracfone is the only retailer that currently stocks the Galaxy A01. This page will be updated as soon as we have more information.

You can also take a look in the user manual and tutorials for your device to find out more.

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