Too many huge screen fones. Give me something less than 6.0 inches
TheLastOracle, 07 Jan 2021The phones you mentioned aren't apparently in the same price bracket. They're all mo... moreI bought a Poco M3 (4/64GB) for $110 and got a 10Ah power bank for free. Obviously the price depends on your country, but it can be had for very cheap in some countries.
samsung can use Snapdragon 460 it will work well in budget segment, 450 is old chipset.
Same like a70
lol expensive phone with bad cpu DOA
This phone is a rebranded a02s. The specs are a bit disappointing 2017 chipset,outdated android is and no fingerprint scanner.
I love how Samsung has nailed the budget market. For a light user, this phone is very good but if you play mobile games, do a lot of heavy usage and browsing, I would recommend a phone with a higher price for the better processor. The screen as huge and will probably be okay in quality, but for more money you will get better. You can't really complain about the battery life, because it is a really big and will probably last about 2 days.
Hope this helped :)
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2021lol, compare it with poco m3 or redmi 9 or redmi note 8/7 Interesting ...
I had posted a detailed reply to you with prices of the products you mentioned. They are all above the M02s, and more importantly, these weren't launch prices and are ones which are heavily discounted, presently.
Gsmarena seems to have removed my comment. Maybe due to the Amazon India links (?).
i bet it will have a stupid macro and depth sensor
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2021lol, compare it with poco m3 or redmi 9 or redmi note 8/7 The phones you mentioned aren't apparently in the same price bracket. They're all more expensive and are on discounted pricing (not launch price). So it's not a gaur comparison.
poco m3 (the M3 hasn't released yet, but the tentative pricing is 2k more)
redmi 9 (it's just 1k more, has 2 back, instead of 3 cameras, and few other things).
redmi note 8/7 Rs11.5k)
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2021lol, compare it with poco m3 or redmi 9 or redmi note 8/7 For many, those are avoidable brands. Due to their after sales, quality control etc.
Fintoyu, 07 Jan 20215000 mah for 14 nm is like 3000 mah for 5 nm. But a 5000 mah battery cost 50x less than a 5 nm chip A 5nm SoC offers almost 3x better power efficiency when given the same CPU configurations (i.e. Cortex A55)
5nm is more expensive because it is a newly developed manufacturing process, while 14nm has been available for years, and had so much time to get matured, but the newer one is surely better in every possible way.
Also, 3000mAh is significantly lighter, which would allow more space for other important components like proper NFC, headphone jack, IR blaster, FM radio, proper triple card slot, internal cooling, etc.
It has A53 cores not A55
joe nodden, 07 Jan 2021"aggressive price" "The Galaxy M02s is powered by the Snapdragon 450 chipset... moreLenovo vibe k5 plus with Snapdragon-6xx 3gb ram , hd screen 4 years ago cost me 7600rs. Current phones are a nonsense to build brick houses
onesujeet, 07 Jan 2021Poco M3 is not yet launched in India but I guess it will be under INR10k or €112We have POCO M2, IN 1b, Narzo 20a
This phone is aimed at purely budget oriented (and for senior people), where a 10,000 Rs Samsung phone missing 4gb ram option. The two gripes I have are 1) Screen size should have been much lesser 2) Weight of the phone should have been around 160g. All the phones are heavy weight champions in terms of bulkiness.... So this phone will remain in blind spot, as there is no outstanding feature in this phone. Soon they have to introduce configurator, what if one wants a phone with 5.2 inch screen with 4000 mah battery, single sim, wifi, gps, nfc, stereo speaker, bluetooth, micro sd card slot, OIS, gorilla glass, single rear/front cam, front/rear flash, front notification light, without notch, water resistant, rigid body and smart cover without all other gimmicks
Snapdragon 450, AGGRESSIVE PRICE, Nani? I guess Samsung never heard of the Poco M3.
ME, 07 Jan 2021And 4 years ago we had such bad phones? let me see what I had 4 years ago .. Xperia XZ 1 Com... moreIdk what you're trying to say but phones 4 years ago weren't much worse than this in terms of value even today.