Samsung is back with another new budget smartphone… this is the Samsung Galaxy A02s.
There are two variants of the phone with the choice of 3GB RAM/32GB of storage or 4GB RAM/64GB of storage.
Product Pros and Cons:
Pros – Large display, good camera quality, plenty of storage, large battery, decent build quality.
Cons – Processor could be better, no NFC, no wireless charging, no fingerprint scanner or face unlock, no ultrawide camera.
Major specifications and features:
Display – 6.5 inch PLS IPS LCD | 720p | 270 PPI | 20:9 aspect ratio
Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 450
RAM/Storage – 3GB/32GB or 4GB/64GB
Cameras – 5MP selfie, 13MP main, 2MP depth sensing, and 2MP macro
Device security – No fingerprint scanner or face unlock
Battery – 5000mAh with 15 W fast charging
Software – Android 10
Our take on the Samsung Galaxy A02S:
The Samsung Galaxy A02s is very bare as far as features go. This phone has no special camera features like an ultrawide camera, no fingerprint scanner or face unlock, and in general the processing power is definitely on the lower side. That being said, for being an entry-level budget smartphone, it is very well-rounded and although it’s not great at anything specific, it’s definitely good at many things. The processing power may not be the greatest, but it’s by far not the worst either. Although the camera doesn’t have many extra features, the main camera does take very good pictures. In addition to this, this phone has a huge battery with fast charging and plenty of storage space. All in all, although this phone has several areas that leave a bit to be desired, it also has some great features like its battery and storage that make it still a great choice for an entry-level phone designed for basic daily use.
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