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(4) samsung galaxy a31 review
 Hey  what's up guys will here for GSM marina Samsung is really putting the pressure to the mid-range market with plenty of releases these days one of the latest to come out is the Galaxy a 31 it's on the lower end of the spectrum price-wise but still brings an AMOLED screen is this a model with the most bang for your buck let's find out in our full review the galaxy a 31 s design is very similar to other Samsung 20/20 mid Rangers

especially the galaxy a 51 it has an interesting looking back design with this quadratic line patterns though the back isn't made of glass here what if plastic the phone is actually rather hefty thanks to its large 5000 million power battery our prism crush blue finish looks nice and shiny and the curved back feels comfortable in the hand it's not as premium as a phone made of metal and glass but it's sturdy the galaxy a 31 is one of the less expensive Samsung phones you can get with an AMOLED display it's a six point four inch panel with a 1080p resolution and a u-shaped notch cut out for the selfie cam the screen offers solid performance it's plenty sharp and has the great contrast you'd expect from an AMOLED plus there's respectable brightness we measured a maximum of four hundred and twenty minutes with a manual slider and a boost to up to six hundred and thirty five minutes in auto mode when out in the Sun color reproduction is good too it's vivid and punchy by default but you can adjust the colors to be quite accurate in settings the galaxy a 31 employs an under display fingerprint reader it's reliable enough and always ready to wake up and unlock the phone it's not the fastest sensor around though as you'd expect from a phone at this price point the galaxy a 51 has a single bottom firing loudspeaker it's not especially loud but the quality here is decent for a mid-range err with nice mids and even some bass tones you do get a 3.5 millimeter jack on the galaxy a 31 for plugging in standard headphones and their support for FM radio - as far as storage goes you have options for 64 or 128 gigs onboard Plus this is expandable through the dedicated microSD slot the galaxy a 31 s interface is quite familiar it's the current up-to-date version of Samsung's one UI / Android 10 anyone used to a recent Samsung should feel right at home here everything feels quite smooth and glowed free there are a few Samsung functions but the majority are provided by Google we're glad to see NFC here for contactless payments and connectivity and you get edge panels which give you a space to keep plenty of shortcuts powering the galaxy a 31 is a mediatek helio P 65 chipset performance is decent but in benchmarks the a 31 falls behind most of his competitors even Samsung's own devices that run in the Exynos 96 xi chip it's the GPU performance that is lacking here so it's hard to recommend the a 31 for

graphically intensive tasks like gaming but as far as battery life goes the Galaxy a 31 is no slouch it has a five thousand milliamp hour battery pack and was able to score an impressive 100 24 hour endurance rating and our

proprietary tests charging is capped at 15 watts and it's not the fastest half an hour of charging only got us from 0 to 30 percent on the back of the galaxy a 31 is an l-shaped quad camera setup it has a 48 megapixel main camera an 8 megapixel ultra-wide cam a 5 megapixel macro cam and a depth sensor photo shot with the main camera come out at 12 megapixels and these look great there is a lot of detail low noise

natural-looking colors plenty of sharpening and surprisingly wide dynamic range here's a 48 megapixel mode available if you want you can get a bit more detail this way but you sacrifice dynamic range and the file size is huge portraits are taken with the main camera together with a deaf sensor these are great with excellent subject detection and separation the D focus backgrounds are quite well done two shots taken with the 8 megapixel ultra wide camera are usable the detail level is okay but noticeably less than the 12 megapixel ultra wide cams are the more expensive Samsung models colours are decent looking but there's also plenty of noise and dynamic range is narrow close-up photos from the 5 megapixel macro cam are surprisingly good with enough detail however this camera has fixed focus so it takes some trial and error to get a sharp photo in low-light photos from the galaxy 830 ones main camera aren't great they're soft and noisy with washed out colors at least dynamic range is OK however unlike most phones these days there's no night mode available here to help things out as you'd expect the ultra wide camera fares even worse in these conditions

now on to selfies the a31 has a 20 megapixel front-facing camp and you can take either 8 or 12 megapixel photos with it through some combination of pixel binning cropping and upscaling these results are impressive there's plenty of detail good sharpness pleasing colors and wide dynamic range when it comes to video capture the a 51 falls behind the competition resolution is capped at 1080p and there's no support for 60fps shooting videos from the main camera look washed out with subpar dynamic range and too much sharpening we like the colors better with the ultra wide cams videos however these still aren't great and there is no

stabilization either electronic or optical available on either camera so that's the Samsung Galaxy a 31 you get a nice AMOLED display a solid Samsung design impressive battery life and nice camera quality during the day especially from the selfie cam all for around 220 bucks

however there are some ways in which the a31 falls short the chipset is

outclassed by most competitors and the cameras aren't very good at night I'm not sure why there's no night mode supported here

like most of samsung's other phones and the video recording is pretty limited with no 4k or stabilization at all these in themselves aren't deal-breakers not everyone needs these features but you can find devices that improve on these things for the same money or just a bit more