The Samsung Galaxy M11 Review

The Samsung Galaxy M11 Review
The Samsung Galaxy M11 Review

The Galaxy 21 and the M thirty one that we interviewed a while back were excellent value for money smartphones. Both were equipped with excellent super amulet displays, awesome cameras and huge six thousand millionth batteries.

So these devices lived up to the legacy of Samsung’s LCD smartphones.

And now the company has added a new entry to the lineup in the form of the Galaxy Eleven, which is slightly cheaper than the entry run.

With that, you might expect the galaxy and elevon to be an equally value oriented smartphone like its expensive siblings. But that’s far from the truth.

Frankly, I am quite disappointed with Samsung as they could have easily capitalized on the antechinus in demand and given a good set of specs on this phone launched at 19000 in Nepal and 11000 in India.

I simply don’t recommend anybody to buy this phone and there are a bunch of reasons for that. So stick till the end of this video to find out.

Design wise, the Galaxy Eleven has a match plastic bag. And honestly, I don’t have a problem with it. The phone is lightweight with an agnostic design featuring curved edges.

That helps for a comfortable grip. Similarly, the fingerprint sensor is located at the back and is positioned perfectly in terms of reach and unlocking. It is pretty fast and accurate, too. You can opt for the software based based on luck as well.

But this only works when you are in an environment with enough lighting. All the buttons are placed on the right side and a fairly tactile and responsive to click here as well. Moving on to the display, you get a six point four inches Eesti plus TFT panel with a bunch Walcott out on the top left side for the front facing camera.

And even though it’s a TFT battle, galaxy of eleven isn’t terrible to look at, it has an acceptable color spectrum with good enough viewing angles and a moderate level of brightness.

Yet the problem lies in what a few extra bucks could get you.

For instance, the Galaxy M2 anyone offers a much speedier 50 plus super amulet panel and cost just about rupee’s fifteen hundred for this upgrade in India.

As a result, I really wish Samsung had gone with an efficiency IP panel or even a seven queeny B super amole one. Having praised the company’s display technologies for so long, it is kind of weird to see the company go corners in the display department.

Next up is the performance and this is the aspect. I am truly, truly disappointed.

While its direct competitors like you and me and read me are opting for the latest gaming centric Helio chipsets from mediatheque, Samsung is still stuck with the two year old Snapdragon 450 on the Galaxy.

And we leave it there, this outdated chipset with a marriage BGB Efrem.

The performance on this phone. Isn’t that good? But casual tests like web browsing, chatting or light multitasking are well handled by the M Eleven. However, that’s about it.

The inferiority of the phones becomes vivid once you bring slightly heavier apps into the mix or try to relaunch an app. After keeping it in the memory for a while.

To compare, I have also been using the Rendi Notes nine, which comes at a similar price. And here’s a note. Nine performs far better with greater fluidity and responsiveness compared to the Galaxy. Eleven.

Thanks to the heat yohji eighty five associate getting the game in.

You can already imagine how my experience went and you’d be right. I couldn’t even play the standard but mobile in the lowest of settings. Therefore I had to resort to 5G lite for a playable experience instead.

Surprised in the call of duty, mobile is smooth enough under medium settings. Moreover, it was also quite disappointing to witness the terrible Gotch latency, which totally ruined my gaming experience altogether.

Now back again. A good chipset in budget and mid-range phones has never been Samsun strongest suits.

But seeing this sudden surge in demand for media takes affordable associates should at least be an eye opener for the company. I mean, I’ve already made my point here as to how the Snapdragon 450 on the Alisi and Eleven lags behind media Dixie CVG 70 or the Higuchi 80.

Additionally, because of the Snapdragon 450, Samsung has had to install the core version of its regular when you add two point zero based on Android 10.

What this means is you don’t get all the features that you typically get in a Samsung midrange phone like a dedicated night mode, not security, etc. Yet this phone is full of compromises. Moving on to the cameras, disappointments follow once again.

The Galaxy M Eleven has a triple camera setup at the back, which consists of a 13 megapixel camera lens. If I’ve megapixel ultra wide angle lens and finally a two megapixel depth sensor.

Honestly, the images from the primary sensor do a pretty good job under relet environment.

Even though the overall color calibration algorithm is simply not on the same level as that of the M twenty one due to this, the shorts don’t look as livelier as I’d want, and I’m not even expecting anything extraordinary out of this thing considering the price. Similarly, the low light images are pretty unusable since they tend to be flooded with greens.

And unless your hands are as steady as a rug, you will always be getting a blurry image. As I said earlier, there is no dedicated night mode on this one either, which further complicates the situation.

Talking about the ultra wide angle lens. It’s no good either.

The resulting shots have less than vibrant colors, lack any sort of detail, and are therefore subpar. Only portrait images are average too. You can see how inaccurate and inadequate the background there is, which goes on to show their budget truths.

And like the red cameras, the eight megapixels that the camera produces, just average results to the skin tone looks damningly feel and unlike anything you’d expect from a Samsung smartphone.

Likewise, let’s not talk about the videos in general as it is limited to 10 ATP resolution at 30. Yes, with average colors, zero stabilization, plus the limited dynamic range.

So overall, the galaxy we live in is slightly below what I’d call average. On the contrary, this likely cost the Galaxy 21. Capture is much better looking. Images in practically every aspect of your photo or videographer.

Now, you guys must be tired of hearing me complain about the spawn rate.

So a small piece of good news comes in the form of battery endurance. The phone has a massive five thousand million bar cell, which easily lasted me a day and a half.

Samsung has also included a decent 15 watt charger inside the box that takes about two hours and 15 minutes to Juice of the Galaxy and 11 from nil to full charge. So let’s wrap it all up now.

Look, I am on the sounds of products. I use the Galaxy s 20 plus as my primary phone and the Galaxy Watch active do as my smartwatch. And I have openly praised the Galaxy M 21 and the M thirty one.

Having said that, the Galaxy and eleven, on the other hand, is just an average offering.

And that’s me putting it really nicely.

No company definitely could have or rather should have given much better specs, especially in the performance and camera department.

Thus, if you asked me, I would strongly recommend that you skip the Emmy living with the M twenty one by cashing in an additional couple of thousand rupees with the M twenty one, you’ll be getting a much better device in general.

Or if you are really tight on a budget and can not afford to spend more. I suggest you go for Nashua’s mid-range phones like the red meat or The View, he said.

So that was all for our honest review of the Galaxy M eleven. What would you do it? Would you go for the Galaxy and eleven? Or would you go for my advice to let me know in the comments below?


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