Over the past two years, Samsung seems to be understanding the minds of its customers a lot better. The brand is very well placed in the top and mid segment but a good budget device was something which seemed to be missing so far. However, with the Galaxy M02s, Samsung has bridged that gap too.
The Samsung Galaxy M02s sports a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with an aspect ratio of 20:9. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, paired with 3 or 4GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of onboard storage. Storage is further expandable with a microSD card slot. It runs on Android 10 based OneUI 2.5 out of the box. All of this is backed by a 5,000mAh battery.
The model also features a triple rear camera setup including a 13MP primary camera, an 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro sensor. At the front, there is a 5MP selfie snapper too.
DESIGN AND DISPLAY
The Galaxy M02s does not feel like a budget device once you unbox it. Samsung has clearly taken cues from its highly successful S series and A series while designing this device.
At the rear is the camera module and a plastic body with matte and gloss styling. While on the front, the Galaxy M02s sports a 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel with a U-shaped notch. It has thin bezels all along except the chin.
The Galaxy M02s sports a USB Type-C port on the bottom edge. The charging port is surrounded by a 3.5mm headphone jack, speaker grille and the primary microphone. The right edge houses the power button and volume buttons. On the left edge, there is a SIM tray which can accept two SIM cards and a dedicated microSD card.
PERFORMANCE AND SOFTWARE
The Samsung Galaxy M02s is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor paired with 3 or 4GB of RAM. Basic multi-tasking on the device is easy, but you do feel a bit of a lag while switching between apps. Gaming is possible on the device but it will be not as much fun but that’s the best a budget device can offer.
The Galaxy M02s runs on Android 10 based One UI 2.5. The user interface feels like it could have been better. However, it does get a lot of new-age features like system-wide dark mode and face recognition.
The Samsung Galaxy M02s sports a triple-camera setup at the back. The setup comprises a 13MP primary camera, a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro sensor. It also gets Live Focus, Pro Mode and the company’s AR facial features. The phone misses out on a night mode though.
The images taken by the device are decent and in many ways the best you can expect from a budgeted device. It does fall short in low light. The front camera lets you take satisfactory images, which might be grainy sometimes, but you do have a beauty mode which you can switch off as required.
One of the biggest advantages of this device is its large battery. It comes with a 5000 mAh battery, which also makes the device a bit heavy. But a single charge runs the device for more than a day. It supports 15W fast charging, however, it comes with a standard 5W charger in the box
At the starting prices of Rs 8,999 and Rs 9,999 you get a device with a good design, decent display, great performance, but an average camera. If you are looking for a smartphone under Rs 10,000, the Galaxy M02s will not disappoint you.
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SAMSUNG GALAXY F22 IS USEFUL BUT NOT UNIQUE
Samsung’s latest addition in the F -series is a practical, good-looking device with a large battery. It is basic but does it stand out in any department to make itself unique? Let’s find out.
DESIGN & DISPLAY
Galaxy F22 comes in a plastic body with display with panel made of Gorilla Glass 5. It’s available in two varaints — Denim Black and Denim Blue. It gets a complete matte finish and a bit of texturing at the back which makes the grip even better. The fir & finish of the device is good and measures at 9.4mm thickness and 203g weight. Even with a 6000 mAh battery the device is easy to hold & is not heavy.
Samsung Galaxy F22 has a 6.4-inch display with a waterdrop-style notch at the top and a noticeable chin at the bottom. The display notch does take the class away from the device.The 6.4-inch display has an HD+ (720×1600) resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. The Super AMOLED panel, Samsung has enabled an Always On Display feature.
SOFTWARE & PERFORMANCE
Galaxy F22 heart is the MediaTek Helio G80 processor. This SoC has two Cortex-A75 cores clocked at up to 2GHz and six Cortex-A55 cores at 1.8GHz. The phone has either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage, along with a microSD card slot for storage expansion up to 1TB.
The device comes with a single speaker located at the bottom and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top. The battery supports wired charging at up to 25W.
Galaxy F22 runs Samsung’s One UI 3.1 software, which is based on Android 11.
The 90Hz refresh rate display makes the interface experience more delightful. The device does work smoothly when multi- tasking. To be using it with multiple apps functioning at the same time you wouldn’t be disappointed. The device might not be the best in class & it’s competitors might fare better in these departments. The device is not gamers delight as it tends to heat up too quickly.
The 6,000mAh battery can be charged at up to 25W, but Samsung only includes a 15W charger in the box. The charging process took long as long as 3 hours but then what helps is the large battery size it nearly worked at a stretch for one and half day. I was using the device on 90Hz if you change the default setting to 60Hz you might get an extra half day battery life.
Galaxy F22 gets a quad camera setup at the back with a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor that’s used when the Portrait mode is active. You get a 13MP front camera.
Photos taken by the primary lens were accurate and did the job well. You will get desired colors & saturation. Might not be the same case with the ultera- wide lens which seems to have slightly distorted images. The Macro lens does capture detail well but might not be accurate with the sharpness.
The front lens does the job well. The best you can expect from a budgeted smartphone selfie lens it goes beyond that.
Low light & night photography is just above average. The Night Mode does help in giving some brightness to the image but takes away most of the texture. It seems to be really worked on and loses the real impact.
Video recording tops out at 1080p 30fps for the device. Recording on the device was decent.
Samsung’s Galaxy F22 is available in two variants. There’s a base 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant, which we received for this review, and is priced at Rs 12,499 in India. Then there’s the second variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, which is priced at Rs 14,499.
Samsung Galaxy F22 is a budgeted device which works well for your basic needs. It really doesn’t excel in any department but is not a miss in any as well. The display and battery are the high point of this device. The only shortcoming it will face is the amount of competition it has in the market in this bracket.
MERCEDES STRENGTHENS ITS AMG PORTFOLIO IN INDIA WITH 2 NEW SEDANS
Company now offers 11 AMG products in India comprising the 35, 43, 53, 63 and GT series.
India’s largest luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz has introduced two new performance sedans in the market. The AMG E 53 4MATIC+ and the AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ have helped the German car maker further strengthening its AMG portfolio in the country. The former is only the second ‘AMG 53 series’ product introduced in India, and the first ever in a sedan body shape. The more powerful AMG E 63 S 4M+ on the other hand reiterates Mercedes-AMG’s renewed focus on ‘One Man One Engine’ philosophy. The company now offers 11 AMG products in India comprising the 35, 43, 53, 63 and GT series. This also makes it the largest portfolio of performance cars offered in India by any luxury carmaker. While the E 53 is priced at Rs 1.02 crore, the E 63 S is priced at Rs 1.70 crore (ex-showroom).
Both these cars are based on the E-class sedan that was launched in India a few months back. They are supplemented by an extensive design update where the central cooling air inlet in the completely restyled front section is significantly larger than before and now bears the AMG-specific radiator grille with twelve vertical louvres and central star, which is also larger. Two new, flatter taillights with two sections immediately catch the eye on the tail end of the car. They now extend into the boot lid, where they are visually linked with a trim strip in high-gloss chrome on the top. The reshaped rear apron emphasises the broad effect on the car and also has a positive effect on aerodynamics.
As standard the E 63 S gets new 20-inch 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels, also aerodynamically optimised and with a wider aero rim edge, painted in a choice of matt black or high-gloss tantalum grey. The E 53 gets restyled 19-inch light-alloy wheels in a 5-twin-spoke design.
The interiors are enhanced with the addition of a widescreen cockpit, an AMG performance steering wheel and the MBUX infotainment system with AMG-specific functions and displays, reiterating its membership of the AMG family. The cabin comes high-quality materials with the characteristic AMG performance. The AMG seats are upholstered in nappa leather and have an AMG-specific seat upholstery layout with an AMG badge in the front seat backrests. Individually adjustable ambient lighting also comes as standard. A further highlight is the MBUX infotainment system with a touchscreen and touchpad, the intelligent voice control plus AMG-specific displays and settings.
For the instrument cluster’s display, customers can switch between the three AMG display styles of Modern Classic, Sport and Supersport. The Supersport mode comes with a central, round rev counter and horizontal displays presented in perspective to the left and right of the rev counter and creating a spatial impression of depth. The new AMG steering wheel is light and comes with a twin-spoke design and integrated buttons. In the steering wheel rim, there is also a sensor mat to detect “hands-on”. If the driver does not have their hands on the steering wheel for a certain time, a warning cascade is started, which finally activates emergency brake assist if the driver continues to be inactive.
The AMG E 53 4M+ comes with a 3.0-litre 6-cylinder in-line engine which offers a peak output of 435 hp and peak torque of 520 Nm at 1800 – 5800 rpm. The car does 0-100 km/h in 4.5 secs and its top speed is 250 km/h. On the other hand, the more powerful E 63 S runs on a 4.0-litre V8 that churns out 612 hp and 850 Nm at 2500-4500 rpm. This one accelerates from 0-100 km/h in just 3.4 secs and its top speed is an even faster 300 km/h. The EQ Boost also offers additional power and torque on both the cars.
The AMG SPEEDSHIFT 9G transmission can also be operated by using paddle shifts. For even more precise shift commands the paddles are now slightly bigger and positioned further down. The centre console includes an AMG-specific control unit with additional switches that are used to regulate the drive programs, the media volume, the 3-stage ESP, the manual transmission mode, the adaptive damping system, the optional AMG performance exhaust system, the ECO start/stop function and the reversing camera.
There are up to six drive programs of slippery, comfort, sport, sport+, individual and “RACE” available on the E 63. As expected, the available range extends from efficient and comfortable to very sporty. The modes modify key parameters, such as the response of the engine, transmission, suspension, and steering. The E 53 on the other hand offers five drive modes called slippery, comfort, sport, sport+ and individual.
The writer is Senior Editor at carandbike.com
IT’S WORTH IT: ONEPLUS 9R 5G HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
One Plus 9 R fares is a good value for money phone. The performance, display, design, built quality, and camera speaks for themselves.
OnePlus has one more addition for you to choose from, OnePlus 9R 5G. Is it just another replica of a previous device in the array or does it have features that make it distinctive? Let’s find out.
OnePlus 9R is very similar to the OnePlus 8T from last year. This I mean it’s the same phone barring the 2 differences — the chipset and the new design. The chipset that you get in the 9R is the SnapDragon 870 compared to the last year’s SnapDragon 865 in the 8T. In the design of the One Plus 9R, the outer shell is metallic aluminium whereas the regular One plus 9 which is Rs 10,000 more they have used a fibre plastic frame
The front and back of this device has the Gorilla glass 5 (benefits are improved drop performance, up to 1.2m high resistance to scratch and sharp contact damage high retained strength after use superior surface quality).
At the bottom of the phone, you get a secondary noise cancellation. The quality of the buttons used is good. They are very tactile like the alert slider given on the side of the phone to change the mode between ring, vibrate mode & silent mode. The haptic on this phone is like the vibration motor which is of very good quality.
On the bottom of the phone, you have stereo speakers which work well. Next to it is the type c port to connect your charger and the dual sim tray. You don’t get an option of expansion of the memory as it does not have a slot for the micro SD card. As we look at the back of the phone we have a Quad camera setup.
You get a 6.55inch 1080p or Full HD plus display. This is the Amoled and 120 Hertz. It’s a 20 to 9 panel with a 402 PPI which is not the sharpest display in the market but again it’s nice as it’s got the support for SRGB (sRGB is a standard RGB (red, green, blue) colour space) as well as the P3 colour gamut (is a common RGB colour space for digital movie projection from the American film). You also have the wide van L1 Certification to give a high-quality video and image viewing on this device. Flanking the display is going to be stereo speakers that support Dolby Atmos and you also get an inbuilt fingerprint scanner.
Talking about the display panel experience in itself is amazing in my opinion. You get plenty of brightness whether you’re watching videos or playing games or just scrolling through the Ui. The smooth 120-hertz refresh rate and the 240-hertz touch sampling rate means that this display is going to be smooth and fast.
This is the same camera set up from last year. You get a quad-camera set up on the back and a single 16-megapixel IMX 417 sensor on the front. This is the same camera system from the OnePlus 8T. So if you like the photo results on the One plus 8T you will like the photos on this device and this does not collaborate with Hasselblad. The main feature that you would miss in the One Plus 9R is the 8K video shooting which you get in the One plus 9 and 9 Pro. You also get the 48 Megapixel main sensors with an ultra-wide camera with a depth sensor and a macro sensor. The other two cameras are just there to fill the numbers. The ultra-wide and the main camera do a good job even in low light conditions you can get good shots.
You get an Android 11 of the box and you also get oxygen OS which is pretty much close to stock and there’s no bloatware. It’s smooth. Google features with one plus specific features are added as well. These are hidden in the Ui and are not on your face like you have to use it kind of thing. If you want you’ll be able to find them easily. I felt It’s a very clean, minimal, smooth and fast software experience. If you are into heavy usage or you multitask a lot, the oxygen OS has to be your best bet. You also get speedy Android updates. OnePlus has been really good with that.
PERFORMANCE / SPECIFICATION
The Specs that are powering this display is the Qualcomm™ Snapdragon® Triple 870 Chip. You have an option of 8 or 12 gigabytes of RAM, 128 to 256 gigabytes of storage to choose from.
You get a 4500 MaH battery that supports Warp charge 65. There is no wireless charging.
For me, being a heavy user of the phone after a 100% charge at the beginning of the week the battery did last me a full week on a single charge where my battery came down about 20% by the end of the week before I had to recharge the battery again for the coming week. All in all, the battery life of this device is really good.
One drawback that I noticed is that if you have your hotspot on in this device the battery tends to drain down pretty fast.
The base model 8GB RAM +128 GB storage is priced at Rs 39,999. The Top Variant model you get 12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage is priced at Rs 43,999.
One Plus 9 R fares well at the price it is offered. It checks most of the boxes and provides you good value for money and the experience overall is good. The performance, display, design, built quality, and the camera is an experience in itself. The device has barely anything to complain about. This can be a great pick.
OLD OR NEO? MAHINDRA TUV300 MAKES A COMEBACK AS BOLERO NEO
For enhanced fuel efficiency, Bolero Neo also gets a Micro hybrid setup with a start-stop function along with an Eco mode.
Homegrown Auto major Mahindra’s biggest claim to fame always has been to make rugged SUVs that can take on the tough challenges thrown at them by the punishing Indian roads. The Bolero has been acing this task for decades and has consistently been the company’s largest selling car for years. Adding to the Bolero’s portfolio is the Bolero Neo, a new sub-4-metre SUV from the company which essentially is the refreshed version of the TUV300. Clearly, Mahindra believes the Bolero name will give the car greater success than what it has been able to achieve till now.
The silhouette of the 7-seater SUV pretty much reminds me of the TUV300 but take a closer look and there’s a lot that differentiates the two. The vertical slat grille gets a generous amount of chrome and truly stands out. The bumpers get more curves and lesser edges which makes for a slightly more premium look. The imposing stance is helped further with static bending headlamps that also come with DRLs. What catches your attention first is the body cladding that runs across the door handles from the front to the rear. Square wheel arches with cladding and a side-step also add to the SUV character while the 15-inch alloy wheels add a bit of premiumness. A sporty spoiler and the spare wheel mounted on the door make up for an otherwise ordinary-looking rear. In all, there are seven colours to choose from — rocky beige, majestic silver, highway red, pearl white, diamond white, napoli black, and royal gold.
The cabin is designed by the Italian giant Pininfarina which is now owned by Mahindra. And it is definitely more likeable than before. Premium fabric seats are also better than earlier while the driver’s seat can be adjusted for height. The front two rows get a centre armrest while the twin-pod instrument cluster is mostly analogue but gets a small display at the centre that gives some useful information. The familiar seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, seen on many other cars from the brand, is here too and responds well to your needs. Mahindra’s Blue sense mobile app also helps you in accessing the system and control some of its functions. What’s missing here is a rear parking camera and the car just gets reverse parking sensors. The third row gets side facing seats that shockingly come without seat belts. With a lack of proper space, it will be better to use the third row more for luggage storage. The car gets a boot space of 384 litres.
The Bolero Neo is built on third generation chassis shared with Scorpio and Thar and it comes with the all too familiar Mahindra mHawk engine. The 1.5-litre engine makes around 100 bhp and 260 Nm of torque that is an improvement of around 20 Nm when compared to the BS4 engine. It is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox and for the time being, Mahindra is only offering the Neo with this option and there is no automatic model. The car certainly has a go-anywhere set-up, thanks to the body on frame construction, rear-wheel drive and multi-terrain technology. This mechanical locking differential gives the wheels more traction and is engaged when one wheel loses traction and the difference between the two wheels is around 100 rpm. This doesn’t make the car an all-wheel-drive vehicle but will bail you out from tricky situations. For enhanced fuel efficiency, there’s a micro hybrid setup with a start-stop function along with an eco mode.
SAFETY & PRICE
The Bolero Neo gets safety technology such as standard dual airbags, an anti-lock braking system (ABS) with electronic brake distribution (EBD), and cornering brake control (CBC). The SUV also gets an ISOfix child seat mount but it is not a standard feature. There are three variants of offer: N4, N8, and N10 while N10 optional comes with multi-terrain technology. Prices start at Rs 8.48 lakh and go up to Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom) for the N10. The price of N10(O) has still not been revealed. Mahindra says, with the launch of Neo, the Bolero SUV portfolio would now have the existing Bolero and the new SUV. So, both the urban and rural can take their pick can pick their choice of wheels.
The writer is Senior Editor at carandbike.com
ICREATE LAUNCHES AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE INNOVATION CHALLENGE FOR THE TWO-WHEELER AND THREE-WHEELER EV IN INDIA
iCreate (International Centre for Technology and Entrepreneurship), innovation-based startup incubator, has launched EVangelise, a grand challenge aimed at identifying the next generation of innovators in the electric vehicle sub-components segment. Planned in three stages over seven months, EVangelise is targeted at startups, college students, research institutions, independent innovators, and EV enthusiasts, with revolutionary innovations in sub-components used in 2W & 3W electric vehicles.
* EVangelise is a three-stage, international challenge open to startups, college students, research institutions, independent innovators, and EV enthusiasts with innovations pertaining to two-wheeler and three-wheeler EV sub-components.
* A total of Rs 88.5 lakh will be given as assured cash prizes to winners across four innovation categories and three stages.
* The top three winners will get cash prizes of Rs 10 lakh, Rs 7.5 lakh, and Rs 5 lakh, besides assured incubation support of Rs 50 lakh each, access to iCreate’s facilities, market connections, and industry mentorship.
* The event will culminate in an EV Expo against the backdrop of the statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in Kevadia, where 18 finalists will showcase their innovations, alongside India’s leading EV companies and sub-component manufacturers.
* The grand finale will feature a one-of-its-kind EV race at the Statue of Unity, the world’s tallest statue.
* Applications are open from 15 July 2021.
Anupam Jalote, CEO, iCreate said, “EVangelise aims to identify and nurture some of the brightest minds from across the world, by using the power of innovation in addressing key problem statements of the EV industry. This event has been conceptualised to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in the country with sophisticated, energy-efficient and sustainable transportation solutions for the Indian market, thus aligning with India’s 2030 EV ambitions of having 80% of two- and three-wheeler sales as EVs. We believe these innovations also have the potential to help Indian EV manufacturers gain a position of global leadership. iCreate envisions a 25% energy efficiency over current EV configurations through a multitude of efficiency-enhancing innovations such as regenerative braking, waste heat recovery, and more. With EVs as one of our focus areas, we have experienced first-hand, the technology potential in this segment. iCreate is thrilled to announce the launch of EVangelise and invite EV enthusiasts from all over the world to come and witness history in the making.” EVangelise has been designed to cover the four sub-component levels of an electric vehicle: Electric Powertrain (motor + controller); Battery, BMS, and Hybrid Energy Storage Systems; Regenerative Braking Systems; and Intelligent Vehicle Management Systems. With EVangelise, the goal is to create a tech package that can be used by mass manufacturers for accelerating EV adoption in India, and to gain a dominant market position in the global market. Participants can get more details at www.EVangelise.org.in or emailing at EVangelise@icreate.org.in.
With NewsVoir inputs
OPPO RENO 6 5G IS MORE THAN A SLEEK LOOKING SMARTPHONE
If you are looking for a smartphone with good looks and great battery life, then Oppo Reno 6 5G can be your pick.
Oppo, as a brand is known for introducing a smartphone with cutting edge technology stunning looks and above all multi-functional camera setup. This time around it is no different. Oppo introduces Reno 6 5G in the Indian market is this device just beauty or does have some brainy mechanism let’s find out?
Oppo Reno 6 5G has a very sleek and captivating design. As you slide the device out of the box you are impressed by the way it looks. The ultra-slim design with a flat-edged frame and curvy edges make the device very comfortable to hold and good to look at. The dimensions of the mobile are 156.8 mm x 72.1 mm x 7.59 mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs approximately 182 grams. Making the device very light to use. It is available in two colours Stellar Black and Aurora.
Oppo Reno 6-5G comes with a 43 inches flat AMOLED display that has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, a 90Hz refresh rate, and a 91.7% screen-to-body ratio. The screen is great with minimal bezel at all sides. The only thing that bothers me is the punch hole on the left corner. It distracts my attention for sure. But the device is easy for viewing content. You can enjoy watching your movies & shows on a clear & bright display.
PERFORMANCE & SOFTWARE
Oppo Reno 6 5G, is equipped with Octa-core (2×2.4 GHz Cortex-A78 & 6×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55) MediaTek MT6877 Dimensity 900 5G (6 nm) processor for enjoying a speedy and lag-free performance. Multi-tasking is no issue on this device. You can blaze through multiple applications simultaneously, browsing the web, and playing games. Having multiple tabs at the same time or playing games none of it seems to be bothering the functionality of this device.
Oppo Reno 6 5G gives you a clutter-free and user-friendly UI as it runs ColorOS 11.3 based on the Android 11 operating system. The device comes with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 2 TB.
Oppo is known for its camera, the brand has always worked a bit extra on the camera setup. This time around it is no different, the device gets a triple rear camera setup. There is a 64 MP primary camera with f/1.7 aperture, an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture, and a 2 MP macro sensor with f/2.4 aperture. Features on the rear camera setup include HDR, panorama, LED flash, and more. On the front, the phone sports a 32 MP camera with an f/2.4 aperture for selfies and video calls.
The Primary lens gives you great results. They are a bit beautified but that is a give in with an Oppo device. The ultra-wide-angle results are a bit blurry on the edges which were a bit of a disappointment. The low light photography is not the best in class but does the job. The front camera is good for selfies and posting as you look better in the imagination than in real life. The device is good for video calling and even for attending meetings and classes.
The smartphone houses a Li-Po 4300 mAh non-removable battery that supports 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging. The device gets charged quickly and has great battery life. Making the device experience better.
Oppo Reno 6 5G smartphone price in India is Rs 29,990. At this price, you get a sleek device, great display and amazing battery life. Low light photography is the real downside of this device and at this price range, you have multiple options in the market. If you are an Oppo loyalist and someone who is looking for a smartphone with good looks and great battery life then this can be your pick.
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