It’s been a full month already, and I’m shocked at how fast it went by. The phone is really good, and has proven to be a solid force to deal with. The phone has a one of, if not the BEST screen on any phone today. The 1440p screen is top notch.
The battery is super on this phone, giving me about 7 to 8 hours on a charge, with an average of 6.5 to 7 hours. This great for such a powerful phone, and it’s specs. It has a 4300mAh battery inside, and for the price I still want a bigger battery. There are tons of mid range processor phones that have bigger and better batteries, so next year I hope I see a bigger one.
The speakers on this phone is simply great, but not the best on the market. They sound so good though, and you will enjoy media content at it’s best from the galaxy line of phones.
Cameras how their own, as I have been using them to record nearly 99% of the content on my channel. I am going to continue to use as long as I get this great footage from the phone. The front camera is one of the weakest points of this phone, but I’m hoping it can be improved with an update later in the software.
The Spen obviously can’t be overlooked, as it is one of the main selling points of the phone. The Spen has been such a great tool for me, as I have been editing on the phone directly in power director. Using the pen to scrub the time line, and get in tight spaces has been a jewel for me. I use screen write a lot, and smart select the most. Being able to grab a specific spot on a screen is something I use daily. It’s got tons of uses, but that depends on the user to decide how they use it. However, this is another weak point on the phone. Several people have broken their Spen very fast, and it’s a shame because they are very expensive. $29.99 at the Samsung.com site. So be careful.
Overall, I like this phone a lot, and I’m ready to compare it to my new lineup. iPhone 11, and Pixel 4. Video at the break…stay tuned for me.