Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Review: Size Me Up: Conclusion

By 09:48 Sat, 14 Aug 2021 Comments

Final words

The Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo has an attractively large screen, which is a definite usability boost despite its relatively low resolution. Best of all, despite the gigantic screen, it's still easy on the battery. Our proprietary battery life rating turned out above average.

We are already getting kind of tired of the same overused design language from Samsung, but at least this time around we acquire a matte back panel, which is a nice break from the shiny fingerprint magnets.

The 5MP capturing camera is actually OK in terms of quality, though the 720p video recordings are nothing to write home about. While, understandably, not all of the Samsung proprietary flagship software features are present in the entry-level device, Multi-view and Samsung Link, among others, were welcomes software additions you simply won't find from lesser manufacturers.

The Broadcom BCM23550 chipset used in the Galaxy Grand Neo is a fine budacquire solution that happily takes on dual-core Cortex-A9 chips, but it is a bit behind its quad-core Cortex-A7 peers (with chips from other makers) when it comes to graphic-intensive apps such as games.



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