Samsung Galaxy Core Full Review
Hey guys , today we’re gonna take a look of the samsung galaxy core . Basicly it comes with android 4.1 JellyBean also it comes with single and duos SIM version .
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- 4.3 inch LCD Display
- 480 x 800 pixels (WVGA)
The first thing you notice when you fire up the display is that it is just not bright enough. At a peak brightness of merely 343 nits, everything on it looks dim to the point where it’s hard to use the device outdoors. Color accuracy of the display is high and generally we are pleased with the picture. Viewing angles are good and colors do not deteriorate even when viewed from an angle.
Samsung also saved on oleophobic coating and the screen quickly gets covered in greasy smudges, making it hard to read and forcing you to wipe it clean way too often. There is also no light sensor and that means no automatic brightness setting. Samsung had to cut it short somewhere to arrive at the affordable price, but lacking automatic brightness setting is just plain annoying. Luckily, Samsung includes a brightness slider right in the notification dropdown for easy and quick control.
- 5 MP autofocus camera with LED flash
- 480p video recording
- Accelerometer and proximity sensor
- Wifi hotspot
- VGA front-facing camera
With a user-replaceable 1800mAh battery hiding behind the plastic back cover, the Galaxy Core lasts as much as your average smartphone – in the vicinity of a day and a half of regular use. Official quoted talk time stands at the above average 14 hours on 2G and the average 9 hours on 3G.
In conclusion, the Samsung Galaxy Core has all it takes to capture the attention of the budget conscious buyer. With no fatal flaws, the Samsung brand name to back it up, a cliched but time-proven design, it is yet another Android soldier inviting you to join the horde. Come to think about it, why not?