Samsung Galaxy A60 Review

27 Août 2019, 17:14:17

Samsung Galaxy A60 Review
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OS, UI and software

Samsung Galaxy A60 runs on Android 9 Pie with One UI 1.1 on top modified for the Chinese market. In its latest iterations, One UI proves to be quite efficient in many ways. It is quite smooth, intuitive and properly reflects the capabilities of the model it is customized for as to provide the best possible experience. Coupled with the snappy Snapdragon 675 chipset, it makes interaction with the device a breeze. The Lock screen includes a time and date widget placed in the top left corner and the Phone and Camera apps shortcuts placed in the bottom left and right corners, respectively. You get several options for customizing the Lock Screen, including the time/date style, the number of notifications appearing on this screen and the application shortcuts you'd prefer to be shown there. The Home screen contains two rows of apps, the bottom one being docked, and a second desktop with an additional row of favourite applications above the docked one. A swipe to the left leads to the second desktop with apps and there's a third one with the usual Chinese apps. You can change the launcher style from the Home Screen settings and further customize the icons layout and many other details. Desktop shortcuts are supported but split-screen mode from the Task Manager is not supported. You can lock apps, change the aspect ratio and go to the app info. The apps are tiled horizontally and you get a Close All button as well. The onscreen navigation bar can be customized and can be replaced with quite convenient onscreen gestures or interactions with the fingerprint sensor on the back of the handset.

No Edge Panels for the Galaxy A60 and no Bixby button. However, you can double the Power button as a Bixby one and further set up your Assistant settings from the corresponding menu. The Notification cards and Quick Settings are typical for One UI with strongly curved corners. The Quick Settings toggles span on three screens and include Smart View (the Cast Display equivalent on One UI that can be accessed only from here). The Kids Mode is here as well, Screen recorder, etc. The Volume shade has all four corners curved and contains four volume sliders. The Power off menu contains three options: power off, restart, emergency mode. The Widgets menu follows the new curvier design paradigm and lists the Themes and Wallpapers as two separate menus. The Home Screen settings can be accessed from here as well.
Being a smartphone for the Chinese market, the Galaxy A60 arrives with a customize One UI for this very particular market. For starters, there's no Play Store and no Google apps in general. However, we were able to install Play Store without any problems and use it to its purpose. In addition, you get the entire suite of Samsung apps - Samsung Connect, Voice Recorder, Email, My Files, Samsung Health, Galaxy Wearable, Samsung Members, Radio, Galaxy Store, Gallery, Galaxy Themes, Samsung Assistant, Samsung Data Store, Reader, Music, Notes, Samsung Pay, Bixby. Two Microsoft apps are available as well along with a Samsung-designed Clock, Phone, Contacts, Messenger, Calendar, Calculator, Smart Manager. The Browser is a classic third-party web browser used widely by Chinese OEMs such as Xiaomi, for example.
The Phone app has four tabs instead of three - a Yellow Pages tab adjoins the Keypad, Recents, and Contacts. All the rest is familiar from other Samsung smartphones with One UI. Of course, there's the Game Launcher from where you can manage better your device during playing games and optimize performance in this regard. From the Sound settings, there's a special toggle for Dolby Atmos sound during gameplay. The Smart Manager is an app typical for Chinese smartphones. It offers more granular control over the performance and battery efficiency of your smartphone. From this one-point control, you can manage the storage, memory, security, data usage, block calls and messages, manage apps and battery life. There's the usual Weather app as well, which is a third-party service like the Browser.
The Settings menu is cleverly structured with the more advanced features placed deeper with the most important options available a click away. As long as it concerns the design, each main group of settings looks like a card with strongly curved four corners and colourful icons designating the separate menu groups. The search bar is gone and appears only after you tap on the magnifier icon on top of the list. It is adjoined by an icon that prompts you to log in with your Samsung account. The first group of settings is the usual Connections one and contains the options for the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Phone visibility, NFC and Payment, Airplane mode, Mobile networks, Data usage, SIM cards manager and Mobile hotspot and tethering. The additional connectivity options include Nearby devices scanning toggle, Printing, VPN, Private DNS, Ethernet, Download booster toggle (uses Wi-Fi and mobile internet simultaneously to download faster from Play Store and Galaxy Store), MirrorLink. The latter allows you to mirror your smartphone's screen on your car's display so you can keep your hands on the wheel.

The second group manages the Sounds and Notifications. The Sounds options include 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 Advanced sound settings include the sound quality and effects settings along with the separate app sound settings. The Notifications menu contains a toggle for the app icon badges DND mode and status bar options. The third group of settings manage the Display, Wallpapers and Themes, and the Lock Screen. For the Display you can adjust the brightness level, turn on/off the adaptive brightness, blue light filter and night mode toggles along with other standard options. From here you can also choose the type of navigation and customize it to your liking. The Home Screen settings can be accessed from the Display menu as well. The Lock Screen options allow you to choose the clock style, turn on the Roaming CLock feature and Face Widgets, customize the app shortcuts, choose the screen lock type and Smart Lock.
Biometrics and Security is combined with the Accounts and Google menus in one group. From here, you can set up and manage your face ID and fingerprint ID(s) and set your biometrics preferences as well as your security and privacy settings. 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. Moreover, you can hide the Secure Folder icon, so no one would expect you have such a secret space.

The Advanced Features menu is a group on its own and includes the Bixby Routines and Wake Bixby with Power Key options. There's a Smart pop-up view option which makes the recent notifications appear as icons that can be expanded in pop-up view, Smart capture, Direct share for sharing content with specific people directly from the sharing panel within an app, Reduce animations, Game launcher, Dual messenger (allows you to use two separate accounts for one and the same app such as Facebook, for example), App lock, Call/message spam filter, Screen recorder and Send SOS messages. The Motion and Gestures sub-menu includes the Smart Stay feature (allows your phone to stay awake while you're looking at it by using the front camera to detect your face), lift to wake, double tap to wake, smart alert, easy mute, one-handed mode, finger sensor gestures, swipe to call or send messages.
The Digital Wellbeing menu and Apps menu appear in one group. Digital Wellbeing provides data on how long you have used the apps on the device and allows you to set time limiters to reduce the time spent on the screen. You can also follow up the number of unlocks and notifications, manage the notifications and switch on the wind-down toggle, which either blocks notifications or changes the screen to greyscale. The Apps menu offers the usual list of default applications, options for managing each one of them, application permissions and special access settings.

The General management menu and Accessibility options are joined in the following group. General Management contains Battery, Storage, Memory, Language and input, Date and time, and Reset options. The Language and input sub-menu allows you to add more than one primary language, set keyboard preferences, autofill service, etc. The Accessibility group of settings contains the Screen Reader options from where you have to activate and set up the Voice Assistant which helps visually impaired users. The rest is pretty much the same including the visibility and hearing enhancements, interaction and dexterity options. The last three groups of settings are the Software updates, User manual, and About phone.

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