Samsung Galaxy S9 Review

28 Mars 2018, 13:15:43

Samsung Galaxy S9 Review
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Settings Menu

The Settings menu has undergone a complete overhaul in Android 8.0 Oreo. However, Samsung has already done that. Last year. So the Settings menu on Galaxy S9 is not a big surprise. It has just incorporated some of Oreo's new features and streamlined the various options while retaining its appearance. This year, instead of having a title, the section above the list of Settings has a search bar with voice search enabled and an icon that's a shortcut to logging into your Samsung account. Otherwise, the main menus are the same 16 ones we know from last year. The first group of settings combines all features and functions related to the smartphone's connectivity capabilities. Logically, it is called Connections and contains the options for the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Phone visibility, Airplane mode, Data usage, NFC and Payment, Mobile hotspot and tethering, Mobile networks, SIM cards manager and Location. The second group is called Sounds and vibration. It includes three sound modes (sound, vibrate, mute), the default volume key control actions, volume sliders, vibration intensity, ringtones, vibration patterns, notification sounds, DND, system and key-tap sounds. The Sound quality and effects are also a part of this menu but it will be discussed in the Audio section of this review. The Notifications menu comes third and lets you choose the apps for which you want to receive notifications. There's an App icon badges toggle as well to reflect this new Oreo feature.
The Display settings come forth and contain the usual brightness level, auto brightness, blue light filter settings, screen and font zoom, screen resolution, home screen settings (the same one available from the Widgets menu), list of apps supporting full-screen mode, and of course the display mode. The four display modes remain unchanged - Adaptive (the default one), AMOLED cinema one, AMOLED photo and Basic mode. The first mode allows you to manually adjust the colour temperature as well as the degree of red, green and blue. The last three are calibrated to provide colour accuracy as per 100% of the DCI-P3 colour space, 100% Adobe RGB, and 100% sRGB coverage, respectively. From the Display menu, you can also switch on/off the Easy Mode - a very simple UI with large icons for visually impaired users or for situations, in which it would be simpler and safer to use the device this way - for example when you're driving. You can choose from two types of icon designs - with frame and no frame, manage the status and navigation bar as well as toggle on and off the Edge panels and Edge lighting. Power-saving features like screen timeout, keep the screen turned off, and screen saver options are on board as well. The Display menu is followed by the Wallpapers and themes one, which actually duplicates the Themes app.
The sixth settings menu is named Advanced Features and contains features that should improve your interaction with the device based on how you use it. Smart Stay is a feature that allows you phone to stay awake while you're looking at it. It uses the front camera to detect your face in order to do so. The Games mode offers plenty of features that ensure uninterrupted gameplay. There's a useful One-handed mode, which you can activate with a gesture or button. You can toggle on an option to open and close the notification panel with the fingerprint sensor, quick launch the camera, smart capture screenshots, multi-window (split-screen) settings. Several somatosensory features are on board as well, including palm swipe to make a screenshot, pick up the phone to your ear to call the contact whose data is on the screen, smart alert (the phone vibrates when you pick it up and there's a missed call or message). There's an option for sending SOS messages, share content with specific people directly from the sharing panel within an app, and switch on/off a video enhancer. A new feature here, compared to the Galaxy S8 options is the Dual Messenger, which allows you to use two separate accounts for one and the same app. By default, this is Facebook.
Device maintenance is the seventh group of settings. It gives you the current status of your device with options to optimise it. There are 5 tools that optimize the device in terms of battery life, performance, storage, memory and security. The first group of options regards the battery, but it will be discussed in the Battery section of this review. The Performance mode comes next. It contains four pre-set modes, the default and recommended one being the Optimized mode. You can tweak it from its settings, of course. The other three modes are called Game, Entertainment, and High performance. For each, you can change the screen resolution and brightness, and toggle on/off the Game mode, Video Enhancer, UHQ upscaler, respectively. The Storage menu gives you the current status of the system's internal memory with suggestions for its optimisation, storage monitor and the user data listed in folders - documents, images, audio, video, apps. The same pattern in displaying information is used in the Memory (RAM) menu. The fifth and final menu is the Security one. Apart from an option to scan the device, it contains settings for enhancing your privacy and other related features. The Apps group of settings comes eighth and offers the usual list of default applications, options for managing each one of them, application permissions and special access settings. The latter contains a list of apps that are allowed to use the Picture-in-Picture mode - a new Oreo feature. Another new option in the Special Access is the Install Unknown Apps one.
The Lock screen and security group of settings come next. It is quite extensive and contains lots of options for achieving the most comfortable and reliable way of protecting your device and data. Of course, you can choose a type of screen lock and register your fingerprint IDs coupled with additional features assigned to them, but the most interesting features are the face and iris recognition. The face recognition is very quick and easy to set up. It works like a breeze if you have managed to save your face in good light, but if your face has changed somehow - for example in the morning if you have bags under your eyes, recognition fails. It is also a less secure way to protect your phone in the context of someone that potentially looks like you, might be recognised as the phone owner. Iris recognition is deemed far safer but is trickier to use. Placing the smartphone the right way to recognise the iris is the trickier part. Once you get the knack of it, recognition and unlocking are instant. The built-in Android Smart Lock feature is on board as well. The Lock screen settings follow, containing the AOD toggle, a choice of FaceWidgets and other content that should be displayed on the AOD and Lock screen, a toggle for the Notifications to appear or not, and options for choosing which shortcuts to apps should be on the Lock screen. The pure security settings include several features, which require a Samsung account. Once you have it, you can manage your Samsung Pass (biometric authentication), a feature for remote location and control of your device, SD card encryption, etc. The Secure Folder is an integral part of these settings and very much resembles the second space feature on other UIs. The information stored in it can be unlocked differently from the Lock screen. It can store second installations of apps you already have installed on the device, and for example have different chats, Facebook, and Google accounts. Moreover, you can hide the Secure Folder icon, so no one would expect you have such a secret space. This menu has the new Oreo security features - the Security Status that contains Google Play Protect (something like a virus scanner), Find My Device (former Android Device Manager), and Security update (checking whether the latest security patches are installed). Find My Device is a tool to track, lock and wipe remotely your smartphone in case it is lost or stolen.
The rest of the settings continue with the Cloud and accounts menu, which contains options for the Samsung Cloud, Samsung and Google accounts management, Backup and restore, Smart Switch. The latter provides an easier way to transfer the data from your old device via a USB cable or wirelessly. The Accessibility group of settings comes next and provides enhanced options for Vision, Hearing, and Dexterity interaction. The first sub-group is intended for visually impaired people or situations which require the following features - voice assistant, dark screen, rapid key input, screen zoom, high contrast fonts and keyboard, magnification gestures and window, greyscale, negative colours, and others. The Galaxy S9 employs new vision accessibility display modes such as the Colour Lens mode that offers 12 types of colour filtering to improve text readability and the Colour Adjustment mode which allows colours to be adjusted based on their visual similarity. The Hearing sub-group offers sound detectors options, flash notifications, captions, headphones left/right balance, mono audio, mute all sounds. The Dexterity interaction sub-group is for users with limited dexterity and contains toggles for an assistant menu (touchpad and cursor size, cursor speed, magnifier window zoom and size, etc.), easy turning on of the screen that does not involve pressing keys, interaction control, a universal switch, and others. The Universal switch is a customizable tool that should make interaction with the device easier. It might even be a connection to external accessories, or simple screen tapping, or using the front camera to detect specific mimics of your face. There's a Direction lock, too, that allows you to unlock the screen in a series of swipes with different directions. The General management menu is quite basic and its three main features are the Language and input, Date and time, and Reset settings. The Language and input sub-menu allows you to add more than one primary language, use predictive text, auto spell check, auto capitalise, auto spacing and punctuating features, but it also allows you a great deal of customisation. You can resize the keyboard and change its layout by excluding/adding number keys and adding more characters to it. The key-tap feedback can be either a sound, a vibration, or both. There's an Autofill service as well available with Samsung Pass. The last three groups of settings are the Software updates, User manual, and About phone.

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Mémoire vive (RAM): 6 Go, 8 Go, 10 Go, 1866 MHz
Mémoire intégrée: 128 Go, 256 Go
Écran: 6.39 in, AMOLED, 1080 x 2340 pixels, 24 bit
Batterie: 3200 mAh, lithium-polymère (Li-Pol)
Système d'exploitation: MIUI V10 (Android 8.1 Oreo)
Appareil photo: 4032 x 3024 pixels, 3840 x 2160 pixels, 60 fps

UMIDIGI Z2 Special Edition Review

UMIDIGI Z2 Special Edition Review

Dimensions: 74.4 x 153.4 x 8.3 mm
Poids: 165 g
SoC: MediaTek Helio P23 (MT6763V)
Processeur: 4x 2.0 GHz ARM Cortex-A53, 4x 1.5 GHz ARM Cortex-A53, Nombre de noyaux: 8
Processeur graphique: ARM Mali-G71 MP2, 700 MHz
Mémoire vive (RAM): 4 Go, 1600 MHz
Mémoire intégrée: 64 Go
Écran: 6.2 in, IPS, 1080 x 2246 pixels, 24 bit
Batterie: 3850 mAh, lithium-polymère (Li-Pol)
Système d'exploitation: Android 8.1 Oreo
Appareil photo: 4672 x 3504 pixels, 1920 x 1080 pixels, 30 fps