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Smartphone Reviews UMIDIGI A11 2021

Smartphone Reviews UMIDIGI A11 2021-And today we're going to take an in-depth. Look at the UMIDIGI $1,100. Android smartphone featuring a 6.5 3-inch ltps display stock Android 11, a gigantic 5150 milliamp hour, battery attractive design fingerprint sensor and more at a very attractive price point is this phone worth purchasing. Let's find out in this review, special Thanks goes out to you. UMIDIGI for providing this review, unit. Also follow me on Instagram at Novick Force. If you want to ask me any questions, see behind-the-scenes footage.

It's your keep in touch. Let's start off by looking at the design. The UMIDIGI A11 has a modern Sleek appearance, a flat Edge. Metal frame wraps around the device, which when paired with the flat display, means the UMIDIGI A11 look stylish and up-to-date with current smartphone design Trends on the back. We can spot an attractive. Matt gradient design with humidity branding and a triple camera array more on that later. The front of the device Sports a relatively thin bezel ltps display with a teardrop Notch for the front facing camera and the handset speaker at the Top on the left hand, side is the customizable shortcut key, and the dual SIM card and SD card slot. On the right hand side. We have the volume rocker and side-mounted integrated fingerprint sensor and lock unlock key. On the top. We have a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack and then on the bottom, we have a microphone USB C port and down firing speaker. The build quality overall seems very good. The body feels very rigid sturdy substantial and well built in the hand, even when intentionally trying to twist the UMIDIGI A11 device feels.

UMIDIGI A11 Review
Kevin Shroff

Strong and does not exhibit any flexing. Let's take a closer look at the display in any smartphone. I believe that the display is one of the most crucial parts of the phone since it's essentially the main component that you'll be interfacing with. When using the device, I'm happy to say that despite the low price point, the display is good on the smartphone colors are vibrant and saturation is great, and contrast is also excellent with the display capable of reproducing, very deep black levels, the displays well-suited for Content consumption pixel. T at 6.5, 3 inches and 1600 by 720 is around 269. PPI, but text and Graphics still appears sharp and clear. I don't have any issues with the displays sharpness. Even with smaller size text in UI. The display panels. Brightness is good and sufficient for both indoor and outdoor usage. However, I do wish the brightness adjustment slider was more linear in the way that it steps through the brightness levels. The touchscreen digitizer is also generally precise and accurate with no issues or missed input even when typing quickly

 We're doing complex multi-finger. Gestures the UMIDIGI A11 features a 12, nanometer mediatek, Helio G25 SOC. This SOC has an 8 core CPU with for a fifty three, cores clocked at 2 gigahertz and the other for a fifty three cores clocked at 1.5 gigahertz. The GPU in this SOC is a powervr GE 8320 just for some frame of reference in terms of CPU single core and multi-core performance. The Helio G25 is equivalent to a Snapdragon 450 a CPU. At Samsung and LG often used for their budget offerings. The powervr GE A320 is similar in performance to the Malachi. G-51 MP4 used in a lot of huawei's budget phones. I have the 128 gigabyte version of the UMIDIGI A11 which comes with 4. Gigabytes of RAM. The 64 gig version comes with three gigs of RAM under geekbench five. The UMIDIGI A11 manages, a CPU single core score of hundred and fifty two and a multi-core score of 836. Looking at benchmark, scores can be useful. If you have a reference point to

 Paired to, for example, your own phone, but synthetic benchmarks can't truly, give you the full perspective of a devices, real-world performance. Subjectively the device feels fast. Interacting and operating with you. I opening apps multitasking and playing back content. All works quickly. And without any issues, The Helio G25 of the Yume, GA Levin is also capable of gaming. Even being able to play titles like old school RuneScape at around 60, FPS smoothness. In OS animations is generally decent for a smartphone of this. This point you will occasionally see animation stutter, when navigating through the OS in app performance and smoothness is generally good in order to help smoothness. I recommend disabling the Google Now, feed integrated into the launcher. You can do this by opening Launcher settings, and clicking turn off show Google app. The main thing that is crucial for $100 smartphone to achieve when it comes to Performance, is that it should be facet opening switching, and actually using applications and work reliably, the UMIDIGI A11 definitely meets this criteria and feel

 

UMIDIGI A11 Review
Kevin Shroff

Quick and responsive in day-to-day usage. Battery life is one of the best parts of the smartphone, the battery life. Excellent, the humidity a lemon comes with a humongous 5150, milliamp hour battery, which when paired with the power, sipping 720p, ltps display, and the 12 nanometer Helio G25 SOC leads to pretty epic, battery life. In order to test the battery life. I swapped all my applications and SIM card over to the UMIDIGI A11 and treated it. Exactly how I treat my daily driver, the 1 + 70 Pro, my usage of the UMIDIGI A11 involves the following, I keep data Wi-Fi, auto-rotate always on and display on max out. Auto brightness. My usage is mostly a mix of social media. So, WhatsApp Messenger, telegram, Skype video calls watching, YouTube videos, Spotify and occasionally turning on Wi-Fi. Hotspot tethering, theUMIDIGI A11 under the scenario gives me around 6 to 7 hours of screen on time over the span of two full days. This is impressive. Just for some reference, my 1 +. 70 Pro gets only around 4 to 5 hours of screen on time with the same usage scenario. Standby time is also. Excellent. I left the phone locked and with Wi-Fi and lift two.

 Gone for round three weeks, came back and it's still survived in turned on with around 30 percent left pairing. This gigantic battery with the efficient G25 SOC and ltps display leads to excellent endurance. Beating even several Flagship smartphones on the market today that are 10 times. The price of this foam voice, quality is great on the UMIDIGI A11 with no complaints of my outgoing sound quality. So I'll talk about the and become building and glocca, Morra what America from call recipients, The Speaker gets loud and volume. However, sound quality is mediocre due to what oral is seems to me as a lack of mid-range low and presence, something was pretty much only more expensive devices seem to do a good job at the speakers are sufficient for things like phone calls and watching YouTube videos, but for a better content consumption experience, headphones are recommended. Speaking of phone calls. I had one issue where upon receiving

 

UMIDIGI A11 Review
Kevin Shroff

In phone calls. The screen was remaining black. I spoke to humidity about this and they said simply to factory reset the phone first and then it should be fine and work. Normally from then on, I did this and that did corrected. So just keep this in mind to first factory. Reset your humid EG after receiving it. The humidity, a lemons camera array consists of a 16 megapixel main camera an 8 megapixel, Ultra wide camera, and a 5 megapixel macro camera, the photo quality coming out of the main camera. And the ultra wide camera is pretty decent. I'd recommend shooting with HDR off. Off as HDR tends to over saturate and over brighten the image with the stock camera app. Here's some shots from the main camera with HD are off. As you can see, with sufficient light. The detail is quite good and the colors whilst being a little boosted in saturation, looks quite pleasing. Sharpness is also good and hasn't been artificially boosted in post-processing from what I can tell highlights. In contrast. She scenes, however, can tend to get blown out. The ultra wide camera has similar characteristics. However, it also exhibits some noticeable warping.

 Or to the sides, most noticeable, when shooting ultra-wide in landscape view. The UMIDIGI A11 is able to record video at up to 1080p 30fps. Video. Recording quality is decent in bright conditions. However will become noisier and darker conditions. Speaking of Darker conditions, very low, light shots with both sensors are serviceable. If you need to take them, however, sharpness colors noise and overall image quality will take a hit overall, a solid performance from the main rear camera, which is good to see as often times. This is Where the budget cuts are most apparent. Whilst the performance of both the rear and Ultra wide sensors was good. I still feel that it would make more sense for Budget devices to invest the money in one single camera sensor. In order to get the best quality, rear main camera sensor. They can for the money or at the very least, eliminate, the macro camera sensor, which essentially is just a gimmick software wise the UMIDIGI A11 runs a mostly stock build of Android. UMIDIGI A11 humidity has consistently been using close to stock versions of Android on their smartphones, and I'm glad to see that this is continuing the

 

UMIDIGI A11 Review
Kevin Shroff

Small changes, they have made to the software are useful additions. In my opinion. The left side of the device has a shortcut key. This key can be customized to perform whatever action you wanted to such as opening the camera or taking a screenshot. This feature even allows you to configure different actions for a single click, double click and long press of the shortcut key. Definitely a nice little addition. There's also included digital infrared thermometer Hardware in the UMIDIGI A11 which you can use along with the provided thermometer app. This is not something that I'd be interested in personally. I would much rather prefer that they redistribute the cost of that Hardware by investing it elsewhere in the smartphone. Another nice addition is the side-mounted fingerprint sensor integrated into the lock button. The fingerprint accuracy is okay, and roughly takes her on a second or two to unlock the way to be most precise. With this fingerprint sensor is the press your finger on the lock button, and leave your finger there, until the humidity a Levin unlocks. This gives you the most accuracy and reliability and unlocking pretty much works every single time like this face unlock can also be set up even

In face and lock similarly has around a one to two second unlock speed. The humidity a Levin has good connectivity. The device is equipped with a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack and a 3 slot tray that allows for a dual-sim + SD card, configuration all slots, which can be populated at the same time. This makes storage expansion. Easy. However, you probably won't need to expand the storage device comes with 64 gigs of internal storage in the base model, with three gigs of RAM and 128 gigs of internal storage with the slightly more expensive for gigs. Of ram model. The device also features, a USB C Port, the USB C. Port does not have support for video out. However, it does support usb OTG allowing you to connect various accessories, like our drives, our game controllers, Darkly to the device. Accessory-wise the UMIDIGI A11came along with the pre-applied screen protector, and a plastic case included along with the standard manual. A/C adapter and a nice quality red and black USBC Cable in conclusion. The UMIDIGI A11 is an excellent budget, Android smartphone with excellent.

 Your life fast and close to stock version of Android,UMIDIGI A11 a decent SOC, a good quality ltps display, a Sleek design and confident build quality all for the affordable price point of $100. Thanks for watching guys.

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