26 December 2020

iPhone 12 and 12 Pro Specifications : 5G and The New A14 System-on-a-chip

Boladadu.com- The iPhone 12 is like an album of Apple’s greatest iPhone hits. It combines the well-regarded design aesthetic of the iPhone 5, the promised generational leap in wireless technology of the iPhone 3G, and the dense camera system and large OLED screen of more modern flagships.

The iPhone 12 wraps up so many attractive features, in fact, that it makes it hard to recommend the iPhone 12 Pro to any but a very small number of people. There’s just not much to differentiate them, and that’s a good thing. The cheaper iPhone 12 is more than good enough for just about anyone.

That’s where things stand today, anyway. But it will all change again in a few weeks. The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro are the middle children between the two models that will later generate the most buzz, I think—the iPhone 12 mini and the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

I say that because, in my experience, most people fall into one of two camps: they either want the largest phone screen they can get their (two) hands on (the 12 Pro Max), or they want their phones to be as small and one-hand-friendly as possible (the 12 mini).

Unfortunately, we don’t yet have those phones in hand to review. But apart from screen size differences and some camera improvements on the 12 Pro Max, they won’t differ much from the two 6.1-inch phones we’re reviewing today.


All the new iPhones sport Apple’s A14 system-on-a-chip, which includes a CPU, a GPU, the Neural Engine, and more.
Manufactured on a 5nm process—likely the same that will be used for upcoming Apple Silicon Macs—the A14 is an iterative step forward in terms of CPU and GPU speeds, but it's a big leap (Apple says) for the Neural Engine, which handles most machine learning processing. (Some is done on the CPU or GPU, depending on the task.)

Apple has doubled the cores in the Neural Engine from eight to 16, and the company claims a 70-percent increase in performance as such.

The iPhone 12 claims up to 17 hours of battery life for local video playback and just 11 hours for streaming video for both devices. That’s roughly comparable to other recent high-end iPhones, but it's just a bit below what the iPhone 11 promised.


As far as ports go, there’s still just one, and it’s still Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector—even as almost everyone else in the industry has adopted USB-C, including Apple’s own Mac and iPad teams.

Combined with the introduction of MagSafe, Apple's doggedness in sticking with Lightning for yet another year makes me think that the company's next play is to forgo the charging cable entirely. If they were going to switch to USB-C, it feels like this would have been the design to do so. The fact it wasn’t suggests that Apple may try to skip USB-C and go straight to fully wireless. If that happens, there will obviously be some big pros and big cons.

We'll cross that bridge when and if we come to it. For now, the bright side is that if you're coming from a previous iPhone model, you don't have to replace your existing wired accessories and charging cables.


Moving on to the displays, both the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro have 6.1-inch, 2,532×1,170-pixel OLED screens. Both support HDR (though like other recent iPhones, the panels are 8-bit, not the 10-bit typically associated with HDR panels) and have a maximum HDR brightness of 1,200 cd/m2. They’re not exactly the same, though, because the maximum typical brightness (when not viewing HDR content) for the iPhone 12 is 625 cd/m2. It’s 800 for the iPhone 12 Pro.

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The 12’s display is an enormous step up over the lower-resolution LCD screen of the iPhone 11. But even though I’m an obsessive videophile and a display tech geek, I couldn’t see a significant difference anecdotally between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro screens in normal usage.

I all but sneered with derision at last year’s iPhone 11 screen in my review when comparing it to the 11 Pro, even as I acknowledged most people won’t care so much. If I don’t see a significant difference this time around, I imagine few will.

Much noise will be made about the fact that the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro do not have 120Hz screens, while many Android competitors do, in some form or another (albeit often with some big compromises). A 120Hz display—which refreshes twice as fast as the 60Hz displays that have been standard for years—feels a bit nicer when scrolling through websites and the like, but it’s a subtle difference. If you’re used to 60Hz, you won’t miss it. In the unlikely event you’re already used to 120Hz, you’ll probably adjust, but it’s a compromise.

Often, Android phones running in 120Hz mode take a significant hit to battery life; the screen is usually the #1 battery drainer, and it’s working twice as hard in this mode, after all. My guess is that Apple skipped 120Hz because it’s already hitting battery life pretty hard with 5G, and it deemed 5G a higher priority. The combination of 5G and a 120Hz display might have been too much to bear at once for the iPhone’s battery life, in Apple’s estimation.
So while 120Hz would have been nice, no one really needs it. Still, it would have been cool.

That aside, Apple’s displays are top-notch. DisplayMate’s deep dives give them the best possible marks, and while they are beaten in some specific measures by Samsung’s best, they have a commitment to color accuracy and tuning that Samsung’s don’t. It’s a matter of preference, but it suffices to say that the iPhone 12’s display is as good as it gets.


If you’re looking for a differentiator between these two devices, look no further than the storage options. The iPhone 12 comes in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB configurations. For the 12 Pro, it’s 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.

64GB is not going to be enough for a lot of people, while 128GB or 256GB will be optimal for most people. But for a few select users, even 256GB won’t be enough—those folks will have to consider splurging for the Pro. Apart from a few additional camera features, this is the best reason I can think of to spend extra for the Pro.


Speaking of cameras: the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro share many of the same specs. The difference, primarily, is the Pro’s inclusion of a third telephoto lens—and its ability to capture HDR video at 60 frames per second (the iPhone 12 is limited to 30fps when HDR is enabled).

On both phones, you have a 12MP wide-angle lens (ƒ/1.6 aperture, seven-element) and a 12MP ultra-wide angle (ƒ/2.4, 5-element). The latter is for use cases like photographing groups of friends in tight spaces, since it enables 2x optical zoom out. The iPhone 12 Pro adds that 12MP telephoto lens (ƒ/2.0 aperture, six-element) to enable 2x optical zoom in.

The 12 Pro also adds a lidar scanner, which can be used both for more realistic augmented reality experiences and to improve some features like the speed of autofocus in dark environs.

As for video capture, both phones support HDR video in Dolby Vision—Apple claims these are the first smartphones to do so—but as noted above, the iPhone 12 Pro can do this at 60fps while the iPhone 12 is limited to 30fps.

Otherwise, the video capture features are quite similar. Both can shoot 4K video at 24fps, 30fps, or 60fps, and 1080p at 30 or 60fps. They can also capture slow-motion video at 1080p and either 120fps or 240fps.

Finally, both phones include a front-facing camera at 12MP (ƒ/2.2 aperture), as well as the TrueDepth sensor array found in flagship phones since the iPhone X, which facilitates the phones’ face recognition features.

We’ll move beyond the specs and get more into the cameras and their differentiating features in the cameras section of the review.

Wireless and 5G

Spoiler alert: We're not going to talk about 5G as much as you might expect, given that it was Apple's main focus when announcing these phones. That's mainly because most people can't take very much advantage of it.

5G is positioned as the next-generation cellular network technology, and its proposed final form promises dramatically faster downloads, competitive gaming-worthy latency, and (perhaps most practically) much better performance in crowded areas like football stadiums—that last bit is not a concern now, obviously, but we're all hoping it will be again someday. (I can't tell you how sad I was to not be able to attend my beloved Dodgers' long-deserved World Series win in person, but I digress.)

The real promise of 5G lies in the high-frequency mmWave spectrum, but carrier networks have a long, long—seriously, very long—way to go before the majority of iPhone owners have access to that. The iPhone 12 supports this, but whether it's useful to you will be super hit-and-miss. It might even come down to individual city blocks and street corners at this stage.

We'll use Verizon as an example here, both because it was the carrier Apple highlighted when it announced the phones, and because it's my carrier, for better or worse. Here's a map of Verizon's 5G coverage in two US cities that are fairly close to each other:

Verizon's "5G Ultra-Wideband" network—the one represented by the deepest crimson on the map—is essentially the mmWave option. As you can see, an alpha world city has spotty but respectable service in its deepest urban core, but a respectably-sized nearby city can make no such claim. Like I said: we've got a ways to go.

On the bright side, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro support a ton of 5G bands, including:
  • 5G NR (Bands n1, n2, n3, n5, n7, n8, n12, n20, n25, n28, n38, n40, n41, n66, n71, n77, n78, n79)
  • 5G NR mmWave (Bands n260, n261)
So you're probably set, whatever ends up in your area, though, if you're on certain carriers (like Verizon), you'll need a special new SIM card to take advantage of this. But there's another problem, too: 5G seems to have a big impact on battery life, especially when you're riding that ultra-fast mmWave.

I don't recommend buying the iPhone 12 or 12 Pro just for the 5G features yet. I'm hoping 5G support will be expanded to more users, and future hardware iterations will surely make 5G data usage more efficient, lowering the negative impact on battery life.

If you aren't in a 5G-rich area, the phone will just use LTE like always. And there's also a feature called smart data mode (which you can disable, though it's on by default) that often uses LTE anyway when your current task doesn't clearly demand the maximum bandwidth possible. This is key for keeping battery life in check.

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5G has the potential to really impress in its fastest form. But I think we're still at least a year or two away from starting to really reap those benefits—longer for a whole lot of people who aren't in major urban centers in developed nations.

So what else is there in terms of wireless tech besides 5G? There's Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5, obviously; those were both present last year. But I think it's also worth mentioning that Wi-Fi tethering is much faster than it used to be, thanks to the phone's ability to act as a 5GHz hotspot. It can even be faster than tethering with a USB/Lightning cable. And that could be a boon for those who later have access to 5G (which is not the same thing as 5GHz Wi-Fi, for the unfamiliar; ain't high-tech alphabet soup grand?).

Now, with specs mostly out of the way, let's move on to the iPhone 12's design.


I’ve written multiple times before that my personal favorite iPhone design was the iPhone 4 or the iPhone 5. Internet polls and articles often surface the same preference.

It will please many besides myself, then, to know that the iPhone 12 borrows heavily from the design aesthetic of the iPhone 4 and 5—the 5 in particular. This new phone is just a lot bigger, and it obviously has smaller bezels and uses Face ID instead of Touch ID. (It also doesn’t have a headphone jack, natch—but hey, it still has that Lightning port, which was actually introduced in the iPhone 5 back in 2012.)

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Like the iPhone 5, the 12 has flat edges (also similar to those in recent iPad Pro and Air designs) made of aluminum. Unlike the iPhone 5, it has a glass back to facilitate wireless charging. The front is glass and what Apple calls a “Ceramic Shield.” Cupertino claims this solution is four times better at dealing with a drop. Initial drop tests around the Web today show that Apple’s not kidding around: the front of the phone is much more durable than what we got in previous phones.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the flat edges design lessens the likelihood of serious damage in a drop, too. Keep in mind, though, that we’re talking about the phone surviving a drop here—scratches may still be easy to acquire, and the phone is of course a fingerprint magnet.

(On another plus side for durability, though, IP68 water resistance returns.)

The iPhone 12 Pro has stainless steel edges that use the same PVD process that made those shiny edges for other recent high-end iPhones. It looks really nice. Also, it has a slightly different texture on the back that’s similar to what you might have felt on the iPhone 11 Pro last year.

The iPhone 12 just doesn’t feel quite as nice as the Pro does, and that’s because of the materials. Apple does a good job of making its higher-end phones feel appealing for the sort of people who like products that feel expensive to hold. Obviously, there’s no advantage to the Pro’s materials beyond aesthetic impressions, though.

Most people understandably won’t want to (or be able to) spend an extra few hundred dollars to have something that works the same but “feels premium.” Some people will eat it up, though; you probably already know which group you belong to.

So for those who care: yes, the iPhone 12 Pro feels much more premium in your hand than the iPhone 12. And to be clear, the iPhone 12 doesn’t feel cheap.

The iPhone 12 Pro’s camera bump is machined from the same slab of glass as the rest of its back, whereas the camera array in the iPhone 12 is nested in a separate piece of material. Most people won’t notice this, but as I said when reviewing the iPhone 11 Pro last year, the single-glass-piece design of the back is attractive.

Questions about which iPhone is the best-looking or best-feeling are always going to be subjective, but I have a feeling Apple has a winner here because the iPhone 4 and 5 come up so often when people are asked about their favorite designs. The iPhone 12 is essentially the iPhone 5 with a modern size and features. For many, that’s going to be quite welcome.

What's in the box?
If you’ve read one thing about the new iPhones on social media over the past two weeks, it might be this: the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro do not include either wired headphones or charging bricks in the box. All you get is a Lighting-to-USB-C cable.

Apple’s 20-watt USB-C power adapter costs $19, and its mediocre EarPods wired earbuds also cost $19—though it’s clear that Apple sees AirPods ($159) or AirPods Pro ($249) as the truly ideal solutions.

I'm about to do something unthinkable for many: I'm going to take a moment to defend Apple's removal of the headphones and charging brick. Bear with me. I promise to talk about the pain points and other motives, too.

While tech enthusiasts and consumers used Twitter to express their rage or Schadenfreude over the move, many environmentalists and sustainability experts have praised Apple’s choice. In fact, they’re calling on Apple to go further—but mostly in ways that consumers won’t find as irritating or costly.

Apple backed up its decision to exclude these two accessories from the box with arguments for the environment. A few of the key arguments include:

Removing these allows Apple to put the iPhones in smaller boxes, meaning they can ship 70-percent more iPhones on the same shipping pallet, reducing their global operation’s carbon footprint.
Many or maybe even most people buying new iPhones already have headphones or charging bricks from prior purchases, so this simply avoids introducing superfluous waste. To this point, Apple believes there are already two billion of its own iPhone-compatible power adapters in circulation and 700 million pairs of EarPods.

Some users will opt to use wireless AirPods anyway, leading them to simply discard the EarPods even if they didn’t already have some.


According to Apple's presentation last month, the new A14 system-on-a-chip isn't really about huge leaps in CPU and GPU performance over last year's A13. Cupertino's promises on that front are modest. Rather, the A14 emphasizes machine learning—something we know Apple has been thinking increasingly about.

As was said in the specs section of this review, the Neural Engine sports twice as many cores as before, and Apple promises up to 70-percent faster performance for machine learning tasks. That's usually going to be invisible to users, but it will open up new doors for app developers and future iOS features.

As usual, though, we're running our standard suite of synthetic benchmarks to compare the new iPhones to other recent Apple devices. The graphs below compare three generations of iPhone and iPad chips, including one beefed up iPad Pro variant. The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro have the A14; the iPhone 11 Pro has the A13; the 2020 iPad has the A12; and the 2020 iPad Pro has the A12Z

25 July 2020

Redmi Note 9 MediaTek Helio G85 and 6 GB RAM and 128 GB Internal Memory

Boladadu.com- Redmi Note 9 specifications, Priced at around $200, how about the specifications of the Redmi Note 9. For the screen, Redmi Note 9 uses a size of 6.53 inches with a resolution of 2340 x 1080. The screen size is of course already full HD Plus. Even more powerful, the screen of the device uses corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

For the kitchen runway sector, Redmi Note 9 works with MediaTek Helio G85 support combined with two variants of RAM and internal memory. The first variant is 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal memory, the second variant is 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal memory.

Redmi Note 9 also uses a 5,020 mAh jumbo battery. This jumbo battery is equipped with 18 watt fast charging support via a USB Type-C port.

Regarding security, Redmi Note 9 uses a finger print sensor that is close to the camera module of this one device. Nano nano protection is given by Xiaomi for this device to be resistant to splashes of water.

Color choices are Forest Green or Green, Polar White or White, and Midnight Gray or Gray.

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Redmi Note 9 specifications :

LAUNCH Announced 2020, April 30
Status Available. Released 2020, May 12
BODY Dimensions 162.3 x 77.2 x 8.9 mm (6.39 x 3.04 x 0.35 in)
Weight 199 g (7.02 oz)
Build Glass front (Gorilla Glass 5), plastic frame
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
Water-repellent coating

Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.53 inches, 104.7 cm2 (~83.5% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 2340 pixels, 19.5:9 ratio (~395 ppi density)
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 5
450 nits typ. brightness (advertised)

OS Android 10, MIUI 11
Chipset MediaTek Helio G85 (12nm)
CPU Octa-core (2x2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6x1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)
GPU Mali-G52 MC2

Card slot microSDXC (dedicated slot)
Internal 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM

Quad 48 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), 1/2.0", 0.8µm, PDAF
8 MP, f/2.2, 118˚ (ultrawide), 1/4.0", 1.12µm
2 MP, f/2.4, (macro), AF
2 MP, f/2.4, (depth)13 MP
Features LED flash, HDR, panorama
Video 1080p@30fps

Single 13 MP, f/2.3, 29mm (standard), 1/3.1", 1.12µm
Features HDR, panorama
Video 1080p@30fps
SOUND Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes

Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE
NFC Yes (market/region dependent)
M2003J15SG (Yes); M2003J15SS (No)
Infrared port Yes
Radio Unspecified
USB 2.0, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector

Sensors Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

Non-removable Li-Po 5020 mAh battery
Charging Fast charging 18W
Reverse charging 9W
MISC Colors Forest Green, Midnight Grey, Polar White
Models M2003J15SC, M2003J15SG, M2003J15SS
SAR 0.84 W/kg (head)     0.90 W/kg (body)    
SAR EU 0.80 W/kg (head)     1.14 W/kg (body)    

17 July 2020

Samsung Galaxy M31s Specifications : Infinity-O, Super AMOLED and Large Battery Capacity of 6,000 mAh

Boladadu.com- Samsung Galaxy M31s Spesification. The news about the Samsung Galaxy M31s we have been hearing for a long time, we have even seen that recently getting TUV Rheinland certification and now Samsung is ready to officially make this new smartphone this month.

Information about the launch of the Samsung Galaxy M31 smartphone comes from Indo-Asian News Service or IANS. Where in his statement, Samsung will release its newest middle class mobile phone, the Galaxy M31, at the end of this July.

A fixed date about the launch is still hidden, but sources further add that the Galaxy M31s are ready for sale in August and are expected to arrive with a price tag starting around USD260,-
Representative image: Galaxy M31 

Samsung Galaxy M31s Specifications
According to the same report, the Samsung Galaxy M31 smartphone is said to be arriving by packing a punch-hole display hollow screen design or Samsung calls it Infinity-O.

Of course this is different from the Galaxy M31 that comes with the Infinity-U design, aka water drops. But the panel is still the same, namely Super AMOLED and maybe the Galaxy M31 will also borrow many specifications from the Galaxy M31.

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Based on previous leaks, new members in the Galaxy M-Series smartphone family will have at least 6GB of RAM powered by the Exynos 9611 processor as we saw on the Geekbench benchmark platform some time ago.

There is also 128GB of internal storage, while in the photography sector there will be a 64 megapixel main camera in a quad-camera arrangement placed at the rear.

Like the Galaxy M31, a smartphone that has to run Android 10 OS with the latest version of the One UI interface on it will also be powered by a large battery capacity of 6,000 mAh which is enough to accompany the needs of users throughout the day

Not only that, the Samsung Galaxy M31 also got a score of 1256 in the multi-core test. Considering the score and the fact that the Samsung Galaxy M31 will display the same processor as its predecessor.

26 April 2020

Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV Launches With 4K Screen and Pop-up Camera

Boladadu.com- Huawei has again added its smart TV by making official Huawei Smart Screen V55i which they released in an event with the launch of the smart Nova 7 Series and the Huawei MatePad 10.4 tablet.

Like Huawei's existing smart TV lineup, the Smart Screen V55i packs a full screen design surrounded by thin bezels. It has a 55 inch screen that offers 4K resolution.

The screen on this device supports 90% DCI-P3 wide color gamut which is equipped with MEMC motion compensation technology. The Huawei Smart Screen V55i is powered by a Honghu Smart processor.

This is a quad-core processor that is paired with Mali-G51 as a graphics processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

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Following the Huawei Vision Smart TV X65, the Smart Screen V55i also carries a low-light pop-up camera that supports 1080P HD video calls along with some interesting features, such as smart portrait lock, face recognition, to interpupillary distance recognition.

In addition, the Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV can also act as a smart home control center and comes with AI fitness 2.0 which can be opened only by voice commands and is able to detect movement.

Furthermore, there is support for dual mobile phone projection that allows users to display content on two different mobile phones on the screen simultaneously.

Completing the specifications, the Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV is equipped with 8 smart speakers with 2.4L sound cavity which includes 4 10W speakers and 4 2W speakers to provide a more pleasant audio experience.

The plan, Huawei will sell this new TV from April 26, which comes in a choice of Interstellar Black and Silver Diamond Gray. As far as prices are concerned, the Smart Screen V55i comes with a price of 3,799 Yuan.

18 April 2020

The iPhone SE 2020 is With A13 Chipset Runway and Single 12 MP Camera On The Back

Boladadu.com- iPhone SE 2020. After a long awaited and many leaks that accompany it, Apple finally officially launched the successor of the affordable smartphone iPhone SE which they released last 2016.

And as is rumored, the smartphone is called the iPhone SE with an additional 2020 which brings new hardware and is certainly stronger than the previous generation.

iPhone SE 2020 specifications
As far as specifications are concerned, the iPhone SE 2020 is bigger than the previous version. Where now packs a 4.7-inch Retina HD screen, but still uses the LCD panel.

The screen also supports Dolby Vision along with HDR10 playback, and Haptic Touch which allows users to manage applications, view messages or whatnot quickly.

The design of the iPhone SE 2020 is almost no different from what we see on the iPhone 8. Even the new smartphone from Apple also has the same Touch ID fingerprint sensor buried in the sapphire crystal home button.

While the back of the body is covered with glass with a 12 megapixel camera with LED flash which according to Apple is the best single camera system ever on the iPhone.

The back camera of the iPhone SE 2020 is equipped with dual-pixel PDAF, OIS, and can record 4K video. As for selfies, Apple has pinned a 7 megapixel camera that also comes with some interesting features.

As mentioned, the iPhone SE 2020 must be stronger than the previous iPhone SE version. That's thanks to the A13 Bionic chipset as a kitchen runway which is also used by the iPhone 11 Series flagship.

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Thanks to the A13 Bionic too, the camera on this smartphone can take pictures in portrait mode with six different lighting effects that are usually done by secondary cameras.

While to help Bionic A13 can work more optimally, Apple has equipped it with three storage options which include 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. But unfortunately Apple did not reveal how much RAM they present.

The iPhone SE 2020 battery capacity is also not revealed, but Apple said that the new smartphone supports wireless charging and 18W chargers which claimed only takes 30 minutes to charge batteries from 0 to 50 percent.

Completing the specifications, there is support for NFC, dual-SIM (1 nano + eSIM), 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 6, Lightning port. The smartphone that runs on iOS 13 also has an IP67 rating that makes it able to survive from debut and underwater for 30 minutes.

Price of the iPhone SE 2020

iPhone SE 2020 which comes in a choice of colors such as Black, White and Red, Apple plans to sell it starting April 24 after pre-orders on April 17.

For the price, the iPhone SE 2020 comes with a price tag of $ 399 for a basic model that has 64GB of storage. While the 128GB and 256GB versions are priced at $ 449 and $ 549, respectively.

12 April 2020

Samsung Releases Galaxy A71 5G and Galaxy A21 at a Time

Boladadu.com- Series A family from Samsung has just the arrival of two new members namely Samsung Galaxy A71 5G and Samsung Galaxy A21. As the name implies, one of these two devices clearly relies on the 5G network.

Regarding specifications, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is not much different from the previous Samsung Galaxy A71. What distinguishes the two only on the 5G network used.

Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is known to rely on the Super AMOLED screen measuring 6.7 inches with 1080p Plus resolution and punch hole screen design on the front.

This punch hole on the screen is home to a 32 MP selfie camera. As for the rear camera, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is equipped with four sensors at once.

Quite up-to-date because it brings the trend of quad cameras, all four sensors have a resolution of 64 MP, 12 MP ultrawide, 5 MP macro, and 5 MP depth sensor.

To the performance sector, citing GSM Arena, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G uses a 4,500 mAh battery. Allegedly strong, Snapdragon 765G will be the chipset of this device. However, this is still a rumor because Samsung is still keeping it a secret.

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Switching to the Samsung Galaxy A21, this device uses a 6.5-inch screen with 720p Plus resolution and 4,000 mAh battery support that supports fast 15W charging.

3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory combined with the Exynos 980 chipset which makes it a little more expensive than the previously released Samsung Galaxy A51.

For camera settings, the Samsung Galaxy A21 uses four cameras with a resolution of 16 MP, 8 MP for macros, 2 MP for ultrawide, and 2 MP for depth sensors. While the 2 MP selfie camera is a mainstay of the Samsung Galaxy A21.

Regarding the price, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is likely to be released at a price of 400 US dollars. While the Samsung Galaxy A21 will be priced at 250 US dollars.

Even though its presence has been announced, it looks like Samsung is still keeping a secret when the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G and Samsung Galaxy A21 will be thrown into the global smartphone market. So, wait for it.

25 March 2020

Samsung Galaxy A41 With 48MP Main Camera On The Back In A Triple-Camera

Boladadu.com- Samsung recently launched the Galaxy M21 and Galaxy A11 smartphones, and now it's the turn of the Galaxy A41 that they made officially after long appearing in many leaks.

As the name suggests, the Galaxy A41 is the heir of the Galaxy A40 which now comes with better specifications. Including one of them additional one camera behind a total of three cameras.
pic by: gsmarena.com
In terms of design, the Galaxy A41 still maintains the water drop design or called Infinity-U which might be a bit disappointing. Considering that the Galaxy A11 underneath comes with a more modern perforated screen design.

Samsung Galaxy A41 specifications
This phone comes with a larger 6.1 inch Super AMOLED screen to provide Full HD + resolution and an 89% screen-to-body ratio. In addition, the screen is now also a place for fingerprint sensors that we do not see on the Galaxy A40.

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Coming to the photography sector, the Samsung Galaxy A41 boasts a 48-megapixel main camera on the back in a triple-camera arrangement arranged vertically as opposed to leaks so far.

There is also an 8 megapixel super wide angle camera with 123 degree FoV support, and a 5 megapixel depth sensor. Whereas for taking selfies or video calls, we get a 25 megapixel camera facing forward.
pic by: Geekbench
Continue to the kitchen runway, this time Samsung entrusts MediaTek's Helio P65 chipset as the brain of this new smartphone paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

Another interesting feature is the presence of IP68 which makes it resistant to dust or water. Meanwhile, to make it work, the smartphone running on One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 is powered by a 3,500 mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging.

For the price of this smartphone, unfortunately Samsung has not revealed it. But the Galaxy A41 smartphone will arrive in several color variants, such as blue, white, and black

22 March 2020

Samsung Galaxy M21 specifications

Boladadu.com- Samsung finally officially added to its M Series smartphone line by launching Galaxy M21 which was the successor of last year's Galaxy M20.

The Galaxy M21 smartphone is almost identical to the Galaxy M31 which has already been launched. Maybe the difference is in the photography sector, where Samsung has cut the camera from a quad-camera to a triple-camera.

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Even the Samsung Galaxy M21 is more like what we see in the Galaxy M30s in terms of specifications, and of course the Galaxy M21 smartphone was launched with an affordable price tag.

Based on the announcement, the Galaxy M21 came with a price tag starting from Rs. 12,999 (around Rp. 2.5 million) for the 4GB + 64GB version. Actually this smartphone has a variant of 6GB + 128GB, but Samsung did not reveal the price.

Samsung Galaxy M21 specifications
As far as specifications are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy M21 comes packing a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with a water droplet style or Samsung mentions the name Infinity-U which offers Full HD + resolution.

Exynos 9611 is believed to be a smartphone runway that comes with a pair of RAM up to 6GB and 128GB of internal storage which can still be expanded up to 512GB through a microSD card slot.

Coming to photography, the three rear cameras on the Galaxy M21 are represented by a 48 megapixel main camera that is placed vertically behind in a square box design with an LED flash inside.

The remaining two cameras we get an 8 megapixel ultra wide angle camera and the last is a 5 megapixel depth sensor. There is also a single 20 megapixel camera facing forward to take selfies or video calls.

Other specifications that Samsung has presented in the Galaxy M21 are a fingerprint sensor for security mounted on the back, support for Dual-SIM, 4G, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS + GLONASS, and USB Type-C.

The 3.5mm audio jack is also not left behind in the package along with the Widevine L1 Certification which allows users to enjoy streaming content, and this smartphone is shipped with One UI 2.0 based on Android 10.

Meanwhile, to make it work, the Galaxy M21 smartphone has a large 6,000 mAh battery capacity like the Galaxy M31 that comes equipped with a 15W fast charger.

For now the new Samsung Galaxy M21 Smartphone is available in the Indian market which is planned to be sold starting March 23 and is available in a choice of colors Raven Black and Midnight Blue.

25 December 2019

Samsung Galaxy A51 Specifications and Latest Price 2019

Boladadu.com- Samsung A51 will be placed in the mid-range segment by carrying a Punch Hole screen (Infinity O-Display) like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The design is similar to Note 10, because it has a hole in the middle of the screen. But for the hardware specifications are mid-range specifications by relying on Exynos 9611.

Premium design is the main advantage of the Galaxy A51. This smartphone is certainly interesting to wait for its presence in Indonesia because it can be an alternative to the Galaxy A50s which has been officially released a while ago.

Interestingly, the Galaxy A51 has 4 cameras with configurations that can meet all photography needs. The camera resolution is also very high, both for the front or rear camera. Now to see more about what the specifications are, please see below.

At present all smartphone manufacturers are competing to bring the best Android mobile screens. But to this day Samsung remains the best, thanks to its Super Amoled technology.

Galaxy A51 certainly already uses Super Amoled panels whose image quality is very clear and sharp. The screen is stretched as wide as 6.5 inches with a resolution reaching 1080 x 2340 pixels and has a density of 396 ppi with a ratio of 19.5: 9.

The most interesting thing is the presence of the front camera hole which is made symmetrically in the upper center of the Galaxy A51. Then for the back has 4 cameras that indicate that the Galaxy A51 is prepared as a smarpthone photography.

The design of the Galaxy A51 is also very thin with a length of 158.4 mm, width 73.7 mm, and a thickness of 7.9 mm. Samsung placed a fingerprint scanner sensor inside the screen and still provides a 3.5mm audio jack and microSD slot to complement the Galaxy A51.

Continuing on the matter of performance, the Galaxy A51 offers a fast pacemaker by relying on the Exynos 9611 chipset made with 10mm fabrication. The chipset has Octa Core processor speed which is divided into two cores, namely Quad Core 2.3 Ghz Cortex-A73 and Quad Core 1.7 Ghz Cortex-A53.

There is also Mali-G72 MP3 graphic processing and the Android Pie 9.0 operating system wrapped in the OneUI interface. Available memory configurations also vary, starting from 4GB / 64GB Ram, 4GB / 128GB Ram, and 6GB / 128GB Ram. If the internal memory is lacking, we can also add microSD up to 1TB.

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The four camera configurations on the back side of the Samsung A51 make this smartphone's photography capabilities quite capable. Because, Samsung equip the Galaxy A51 with a 48 Megapixel main camera that is supported by a 1/2 ″ sensor, 0.8µm with an f / 1.8 aperture and PDFA equipped.

Then the second sensor is a 12 Megapixel Telephoto lens with 2x Optical Zoom. Then there is the 12 Megapixel Ultrawide lens and 5 Megapixel Depth Sensor. To maximize the ability of the camera, Samsung provides a variety of photographic features such as Live Focus, HDR, Panorama, to 4K video recording capabilities.

The front camera of the Galaxy A51 is equally interesting. This phone has a 32 Megapixel front camera which is placed in the middle of the screen. The ability of the front camera will be very capable for selfies or making vlog videos, because it has the Live Focus feature.

For those who wish to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 10, but the money is not enough then the Galaxy A51 can be an alternative. I think the price of the Samsung Galaxy A51 will be far cheaper than the Galaxy Note 10, which costs tens of millions of rupiah.

Although the price of Samsung Galaxy A51 is cheaper, the quality of this smartphone cannot be underestimated. Moreover, Samsung has provided it with complete connectivity features and a large battery capacity of 4,000 mAh which is supported by the Fast Charging feature

Whereas the connectivity supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac Dual Band, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS (A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS), NFC, and USB Type-C ports. Well armed with all these features, then what is the price of the Samsung Galaxy A51 in Indonesia?

Samsung Galaxy A51 specifications

    Technology GSM / HSPA / LTE
    2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1 & SIM 2 (dual-SIM model only)
    3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
    4G bands LTE (unspecified)
    Speed HSPA, LTE-A
    Announced 2019, December
    Status Coming soon. Exp. release 2019, December 26
    Dimensions 158.5 x 73.6 x 7.9 mm (6.24 x 2.90 x 0.31 in)
    Weight 172 g (6.07 oz)
    SIM Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
    Colors Black; other colors
    Type Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
    Size 6.5 inches, 102.0 cm2 (~87.4% screen-to-body ratio)
    Resolution 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~405 ppi density)
    OS Android 9.0 (Pie)
    Chipset Exynos 9611 (10nm)
    CPU Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4×1.7 GHz Cortex-A53)
    GPU Mali-G72 MP3
    Card slot microSD, up to 1 TB (dedicated slot)
    RAM 6 GB
    Internal 128GB 6GB RAM
    Sensors 48 MP, f/2.0, (wide), 1/2″, 0.8µm, PDAF
    12 MP, f/2.2, 13mm (ultrawide)
    5 MP, f/2.2, (macro)
    5 MP, f/2.2, depth sensor
    Features LED flash, panorama, HDR
    Video 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30fps
    Sensors 32 MP, f/2.2, 25mm (wide), 1/2.8″, 0.8µm
    Features HDR
    Video 1080p@30fps
    SOUND Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
    WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
    Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE
    NFC Yes (market dependent)
    Radio FM radio
    USB 2.0, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector, USB On-The-Go
    Sensors Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
    Other ANT+
    Type Li-Po
    Size 4000mAh
    Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery

As you can see above, the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A51 are quite high and can compete in the mid-range segment against Oppo Reno 2 or other mid-range smartphones marketed above US $ 400.

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The advantages of Samsung A51
  • Use the same front camera design as Note 10
  • Performance is quite capable to run the latest games
  • Already using a fingerprint on the screen
  • Large battery capacity
  • Full connectivity features
  • Quality screen with Super Amoled panel
Lack of Samsung A51
  • Not equipped with waterproof capabilities
  • Although fast charging support, but only limited to 15W