- It’s one of my favorite times of the year. That means you go out and buy some fresh new kicks. You go out on a mini-vacation, you want to do. But the last thing you want to do is spend a bunch of money on a brand new smartphone.
So if you’re looking to switch to metro PCOS, they’re having their best freephone ever. There are a phones to choose from and you don’t have to worry about getting a phone from a manufacturer that you don’t know.
You’re going to get Samsung, LG, all the good stuff. Not only did Metro P.C. sponsor this article, but they sent out five of these phones for me to show you. These phones have a good balance of features and power, unique variety of phones. You should have no problem picking one up that fits your lifestyle. They all have large displays, all 4G, LTE, capable, and come with 32 gigabytes of one more storage. All right. So let’s switch things up.
And I’m going to go around town and show you what these five phones are all about. And they will do a life speed test to see what the Metro PCM does. Let’s go. So my favorite phone out of the bunch is a ZTE blade ze max. It’s got the biggest screen out, all of them. So you get a 6-inch display and you have B type C on the bottom with fast charging.
. And it has a dual-camera system on the back. So it gives you portrait mode and stuff like manual controls, which you don’t get on other phones at this price. And it’s got a 40080 power battery. So, you know, you’re gonna be good to go the whole day. Also, the bill quality feels. And I love the texture on the back. It’s really grippy. And you get a fast fingerprint scanner. So my second favorite phone out of the bunch is the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime.
Now, I feel like this one has the best form. It’s got the cleanest look. With this 5.5 inch HD display. And it’s really bright, super colorful. It’s got that home button on the bottom. So a lot of people will feel familiar with this. And it’s got an 8-megapixel camera on the back. And when is the last time that you saw a Samsung phone with a removable back, removable battery, and an SD card slot at the same time? This is pretty cool. The most unique phone out of the bunch, in my opinion, is the LG Stilo three plus it has a large 5.7-inch display.
upper right corner and it’s tucked away. That means you can write notes if you want to. You can draw if you want to. And you can kind of just navigating around the UI this way. And when you’re done, you can tuck it away in the corner and that means you won’t lose this pin. So the most stylish phone for sure is the LG K 20 plus.
It’s really nice looking. It’s got a fingerprint scan on the back, 13-megapixel camera. But what I love is the design itself. It’s got a nice curve of 2.5, the glass on the side. And what’s cool is that it has a nice metal, glossy black band, and it kind of fuzes right into a roll’s gold band.
So this is a really, really nice looking phone. It’s striking you look at it. It’s got a nice grip to it, too. So if you’re looking for style, I think you should go for the K 20 plus. All right, so the last phone I’m going to show you is the Alcatel 830fierce.
It has a 5.5-inch screen. It has a fingerprint scanner on the back, a 13-megapixel camera, and a three thousand millionth of our battery. But there are two cool things about this phone. It has front-facing speakers. So sounds better when you’re watching content.
And it has Amazon, Alexa built into the home screen. So if you’re a fan of Alexa, you’re going to really like this, Alexa. I need to buy some diapers. Based on your order history, I found Huggies diapers sized for 150 pounds. So that’s pretty cool. I mean, believe it or not, those diapers enough for me. But no matter which phone that you pick up, you’re going to find one that fits your lifestyle. I’ve been using these phones for the last few days and I live in the Orlando area.
So coverage is super strong. No problems with data or phone calls whatsoever. Now, if you didn’t know, Metro PBS is powered by T-Mobile. So that’s the reliability that you can expect. I mean, a residential area. So what I’m going to do is do a life speed test to show you what kind of speeds that you can expect from the Metro network. Florida weather is unpredictable.
It’s about the storm outside. So we’re in the car. We’re still going to do this live speed test, though. So let’s see what kind of speeds that we can get out of the Metro PCOS and the download speed. Wow, that’s really fast. Look at that. So 90 megabits per second here. So this is probably faster than most People’s Home Network. And the upload speed is.
So this is the kind of speed that you can expect out of the Metro network. So I don’t blame you if you don’t want to spend a whole bunch of money on a brand new smartphone. You have way better things to spend your money on.
So if you switch to Metro PCOS, you can pick up one of these free phones with no data caps. That means you Netflix. You can binge-watch if you want to.
You stream music from. This is a win-win situation, a major go. I’m on leave a link to metro PCOS Web sites. You can check out all the phones that they have available. And I suggest you jump on this so you don’t miss this. This is a limited time. So let me know which one of these phones is your favorite and leave that in the comments section below.
Samsung Galaxy M51 Full Review/Cover By Maha
Hey, what’s up? Guys will hear for the GSM arena when you think of a Samsung phone and battery champion is probably not what comes to mind that may be about to change, though.
With the new galaxy M. 51, just how good is the battery life here? What else is this mid-ranger has offer? Let’s find out in our full review.
The galaxy M. 51 is a mid-range phone that isn’t lacking feature-wise its specs and price are very similar to the famous galaxy A. 71 that is besides this device is the massive battery. Because of this power pack, the M. 51 is thicker and heavier than many of this year’s phones.
But at the same time, it does weigh less than the larger flagships. This is partly due to its lighter plastic built, which still feels solid on the front while not the most premium. You get a 6.7 inch super ammolite display with a 1080 P. resolution and the standard 60-hertz refresh rate. Overall this display is especially for mid-ranger.
You get a sharp picture with punchy colors that can be tuned to be reasonably accurate in settings. Those deep blacks typical for no let brightness is good too, with a maximum of 370 nets and a boost up to 670 minutes in an auto mode whereby conditions all we’re missing here is a high refresh rate many competitors panels will look smoother.
When you’re swiping or scrolling, for audio, the galaxy M. 51 as a single bottom-firing speaker loudness isn’t great with just an average score in our loudness test, far quality goes, the mid sleeve more to be desired here.
But you do get a traditional 3.5 millimeter Jack and with headphones plugged in their support for FM radio. Now let’s dive into the galaxy M. 50. One most unique features are battery life is 7000 up. Our power pack is the biggest we’ve seen in the mainstream phone.
As you’d expect, it blows away the competition. As far as insurance goes, the M. 51 could score an outstanding rating of 150 6:00 hours in our proprietary tests. The galaxy M. 51 comes with a 25-watt charger in the box, and with that, we were able to charge this massive battery from 0 to 35 percent in half a reasonable hour.
The galaxy M. 51 is no slouch for chipset performance either it runs on an upper midrange snapdragon 730 G. chipset ended benchmarks performance is on par with devices.
the Galaxy S. 71 and the pogo X. 3. It’s not the best midrange chipset you can find out there.
And you don’t get support for 5 G. connectivity. Still, the galaxy M. 31 has plenty of power for running your everyday tasks and gaming the phone’s interfaces Samsung’s latest version of what you why running over into a tent.
It’s pretty smooth and gives you a similar experience. Other reasons him some faults Google’s apps provide most functions though you do get a proprietary gallery APK file manager.
And the Samsung web browser, one thing missing here that you find on most other galaxy phones is an edge panel for shortcuts. Though this isn’t the end of the world, you get 100 28 gigs of storage onboard the device, and this is expandable to microSDHC need more.
Waking up and unlocking the galaxy M. 51 can be done with the side-mounted fingerprint scanner. You don’t get an under-display one like the galaxy A. 70 once, it is fast and reliable, no wonder.
In the galaxy M. 51 quad-camera setup.
there’s a 64-megapixel quad their primary camera, 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a 5-megapixel micro camera ended that sensor.
The primary camera takes 16-megapixel photos by default and a good life. These are pretty nice. You get lively colors, detail, and a wide dynamic range for the mid-range phone. There is some visible noise.
Portrait shots look pretty good with competent edge detection and pleasant-looking backgrounds. The algorithm does have trouble with complex environments or messy hairstyles.
Since there’s no telephoto camera, zoom photos are achieved through a crop in upscale from the main cast. This process introduces some softness which the phone tries to mask with shopping.
The 12-megapixel Oceanwide camp takes extensive photos with a respectable dynamic range a pleasant amount of detail. The veil distortion correction does a great job too.
There is some noise present, and colors are warmer here than on the main campus. 5-megapixel close-up photos from the macro camera look pretty lovely, capturing a good amount of fine detail. These are much better than what you get with 2-megapixel micro cams that are common these days.
In low light, photos from the primary camera are decent with above-average quality for a mid-ranger. There is well-preserved detail and a dynamic range, and colors are back. There is plenty of noise so.
Turning on night mode introduces a slight crop, so you end up with 12-megapixel images. You get many restored detail in highlights here, but there isn’t such a dramatic improvement in shadows. Low light photos from the ocean wider relatively soft.
But if the scene has a light, you can get a usable image with decent detail and a wide dynamic range. There is night mode support on this camera, and the shots come out sharper like on the main campus provides nice improvement highlights.
But here, you get a noticeable life in the shadows too. The galaxy M. 51 has a 32 megapixel quite a bare front-facing camera, and Sophie’s comes out at 12 megapixels. These have good detail and a wide dynamic range, and faces come out well-exposed skin tones can be hit or miss depending on how lit the scene is.
Videos can be recorded with the primary camera. Up to 4 K. resolution at 30 FPS, this footage is very good with detail, low noise, reasonably wide dynamic range spot-on colors, and natural-looking processing the OSHA.
Why can we shoot 4 K. videos, and these have warmer colors on the main campus? There’s a good detail for an ultra-wide but visible annoyance. Electronic stabilization is available on both cameras.
And it smooths out a handheld video recently nicely. We did notice a bit of a Jello effect from time to time on the primary camera that.
So that’s the Sampson galaxy M. 51. You get amazing battery life, but that’s not all. The rest of the package is quite solid too. If chipset and nice-looking ammolite display and the cameras do a job for the money.
There’s not much to say downsize go we went to impress me. The speaker quality incessant doesn’t support a trendy high rate on this display, these things are easy to look past, especially at this price.
And if you want a mid-range phone the some of the best battery life in the business, the galaxy M. 51 is worth recommending. Thanks for watching, guys. Stay safe and see the next one.