This is an extremely solid phone at the price point and would compete directly with the flagships phones of a generation or two ago. It has the same processor that the pixel 6 and pro have so it's a very snappy phone. Of course its no apple 14 pro or ... Read More
Construction is sturdier and sleeker. Battery life is good, reception and audio very good. Games and videos do well on it as it is fine for all but the most very demanding ones.
If you set it down for a minute and pick it up, it somehow manages to feel colder than the ambient temperature in the room. The sound is very clear it has stereo speakers it sounds like the sound is coming from everywhere.
Magic eraser rocks. The only downside is the figureprint unlock, which is not really sensitive. I have yet to use an in-screen fingerprint reader.
The response is noticeably better than the pixel 3a. Exceeds my expectations for performance.
Good riddance to this bad pixel phone. Google's support is offensively bad. The camera is so noticeably worse than from the 4a.
This phone runs hot everytime. The phone also gets alarmingly hot to the touch if it is doing anything as taxing as either charging, or as providing itself with updates.
Screen presents blurry image upon opening phone causing me to reboot. It is almost unusable at times because it is impossible to unlock the screen. Sometimes the phone just decides to not have any volume for anything and i have to reboot it.
No camera = no qr, no da assist features, no translation. That swipe left is a pause first. The fact that i cannot cast to any device except a chromecast device or through youtube is a huge drawback for me.
The battery life is great it lasts all day. I like the phone; it's easy to manage. Charger that came with phone works very well, not a samsung charger though, i'm okay with it.
The screen freezes constantly. If you are buying gifts avoid this don’t embarrass yourself.
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