moto g82 Unboxing & First Impressions ⚡ 10-bit pOLED Screen, OIS Camera @ Rs.19,999*!

We forgot the drop test!? That's wrong! Before unboxing I'd say, the 2022 phones have a good price to performance ratio. But I think the moto G82 comes close to it. It's not like 2018/19 where you had serious value for money phones. But it's somewhere quite close. Its effective price is around/less than Rs 20k. And for that price, I'd say it's a balanced phone. Unboxing – There's the phone upfront, with the case, a 33W charger with USB Type C to A. There's documentation as well as a SIM card tool. Let's keep it all aside & take the cover off. This phone has a 10-bit display that supports upto 1 Billion colours. Design – The phone has a boxy design with flat sides & a curve at the back. It's glossy but if you see there's a pattern on the back which is also a dust & fingerprint magnet. It's a typical Motorola phone that looks good & is lightweight as well.

If I guess the weight, it seems around 170-175g It's 172.3g so that's nice! It has a side mounted fingerprint sensor & speaker grills above so it seems like a stereo speaker setup. On the left, there's a SIM card tray which would be a hybrid SIM card slot(2 sims/1 sim & 1 SD card). It has a very nice in-hand feel. The phone already started as I was talking. Display – This is the successor of moto G71 & it was released in China as G71s. But while it reached India, it became moto G82. It has a 6.55" FHD+ 10-bit pOLED 120Hz screen. So the colours are definitely bright & saturated. The phone is quite slim as well since pOLED panels are slimmer compared to OLED. That's why the devices' thickness gets lower.

It's 7.99mm thin. Specifications – It's got the most popular SD 695 5G SoC. It's popular among phones around Rs 20k. It's a good SoC but there are some shortcomings which I'll talk about later. There are 2 variants – 6GB+128GB & 8GB+128GB. It has LPDDR4X RAM & uMCP storage type which is above UFS 2.1 but below UFS 2.2 A UFS 2.2 would've been better.

It has a 5000mAh battery on the 6nm processor which would last for 1-1.5 days easily. It comes with a 33W fast charging & it goes 0-100% in about an hour. Performance – It comes on Qualcomm SD 695 SoC & its Antutu score is 408331 which is very respectable. You can play BGMI on HD-High & Smooth-Ultra settings & it was fun playing. And you can also play CODM on Very High-Very High settings. From a performance perspective, it has absolutely no problem. This phone comes on Android 12 out of the box & it has a clean & optimized UI. So its power efficient as well as performing. Nowadays, all phones have virtual RAM. If you buy the 6GB phone, then you'd get 7.5GB RAM. OS Features – You get a clean Vanilla Android experience but you get customizations. There are some unique features like Power Touch for quick launch icons/shortcuts. There's a double tap to turn on Power Touch. You get ThinkShield's extra layer of security. Along with moto gestures. You also get a peak display which acts just like AOD. But being pOLED, it should've had AOD.

Also it should've had an in-display fingerprint sensor but it's side mounted & it's ok keeping the price in mind. Sensors – You get all sensors including the side mounted fingerprint & face unlock that work very well. Multimedia – You get stereo speakers along with Dolby Atmos support. The pOLED's display quality is absolutely great. You'll have fun consuming multimedia. The audio is quite loud & the overall multimedia experience is great.

Hit LIKE if you're enjoying the video! Connectivity – You get dual band WiFi, 4×4 mimo, dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi calling support BT 5.1 & NFC support as well. And you also get 13 5G bands support which is good! Cameras – It has a 50MP(OIS) camera, the 2nd is an 8MP ultrawide sensor & there's also a 2MP macro sensor. But the 2MP macro delivers very different colours so don't use it much. Rather, if it were a macro in the 2nd camera(with autofocus) that would've been great. So there's a 50MP main sensor with OIS that's click good photos. In fact, the 8MP ultrawide has a very less colour shift which is good too! All original quality photos are provided in GDrive along with its link. On the front, there's a 16MP sensor which clicks decent selfies. The colours are good with good skin tones & are slightly on the softer side. Interestingly, the phone clicks only 4MP photos by default. You also get slow motion, portrait mode, night mode, dual view mode etc. Even the camera UI is great & user friendly.

You cannot do 4K videography on this phone which is an inherent problem with SD 695 SoC. It can shoot up to [email protected] but not 4K. The OIS works well on [email protected] There's no notification light, no FM Radio. But you do get IP52 certification so it's water & dust resistant. There's Widevine L1 support, Camera2api & SAR value is within limits as well. So in short, the moto G82 is a pretty balanced phone. The display, performance is really good & the stereo speakers are good for multimedia. The battery is good & 6nm is power efficient for the 5000mAh battery.

So the main features are good along with a 50MP OIS camera. So it's good in these 4-5 departments but smaller things like storage type, 4K videography & HDR playback is lacking. So small things are missing but overall for the price it's a good smartphone. COMMENT below if you have any questions. That's all for this video, until the next one, Keep Trakin & Stay Safe! It comes with Panda glass so it won’t be much of a problem. It has plastic at the back & like I said, motorola phones are well built! .

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ASMR Unboxing the Razer Phone 2 and Wireless Charger

Hey guys, I'm Mashable senior tech correspondent
Ray Wong, and today, we're gonna be doing something different. We're gonna be unboxing the Razer Phone 2,
and the Razer wireless charger, and it's gonna be an ASMR experience. I hope you're ready for it. Let's do it. So over here I've got the Razer Phone 2. Ooh, look at this box. I'm gonna move this aside. So I don't think this is the full retail version,
but I'm gonna show you what it looks like. So I've got some paperwork here. Looks like it's from the CEO. Okay, I've got the phone here. Ooh, it's wrapped up in plastic. I know you guys love plastic wrap.

Ooh, that's satisfying. Plasticky! So we've got the phone right here. It's already got fingerprints on it. Here's the back. It's glass this time. Sounds like glass. The front, oh, it's metal. Let's try these buttons out real quick. Clicky! How 'bout the power button, that's also a
fingerprint sensor? Oh, I turned it on. Anyway, let's talk about the phone itself
real quick. You've got some really nice front-facing speakers,
two of them, stereo. You've got an eight-megapixel camera on the
front. You've got dual 12-megapixel cameras on the
back. One of them is a telephoto, just like the
iPhone. I don't know how well the cameras are.

On the front, you have a 5.72-inch IPS display. It's supposed to be really good, and uh, also,
it has a Quad HD resolution, so no edge to edge, but, looks decent. Okay, I'm gonna start this up later, but,
so far, the phone feels great. It's glass, ooh! Look at that! Can you see that? There are LEDs, and you can change that to
16.8 million different colors, and sync them with notifications, that's kinda trippy.

So, feels good, fingerprinting, metal body,
solid build quality, great button sounds. Let's see what else is in the box. Oh, okay. Looks like paperwork. Sim card dual ejector. Metal, oh, look at that. So look at that, it's a Razer, it's engraved
inside. It's a cut out, pretty neat. Okay. Also, very nice card stock. High quality. Ooh, stickers! I like stickers, look at that. I can peel one of these stickers off. Ooh yeah, I like that, Razer branding. I gotta take that off. But yes, a variety of different stickers. This looks like it's a lot of paperwork. Instruction manual in case you don't know
how to use a phone. I'm not gonna look at this. Here's what is in the box as well.

Big, big power adapter. Also covered in plastic. Okay, it says Razer on it, that's pretty cool. It's a fast charger, and it's also USB-C.
Pretty neat. There are some headphones in here. Oh no, they're not headphones. This is a USB-C to USB-C cable. It looks like it's braided so it won't fray
easily. There's also a silly sticker on the cable.

Check this out. The cable is green inside, that is attention
to detail. Alright, also a headphone jack dongle, yes! With a sticker, ah, I can't even get it out. Not green inside though. Let's connect this guy to the phone. Let's connect the cables to the phone. Alright, not bad. So that's really it for the phone, there's
nothing else. If you like boxes, I guess this is the way
to go. Nice box! Solid. How 'bout this guy? This is the wireless charger. It's a stand, so it says it has Qi charging,
three coils for a wide charging surface, a base stand that adjusts, and Razer Chroma
glow. More paperwork. A sticker! It fell out of the paperwork. Another power adapter. Looks like the same. Here's the stand. Ooh, check that out, check that out.

Yeah, this'll flip up. How do I do this? How does it work? No seriously, how does this work? Is that it? What am I doing wrong? Oh, okay! Very gently, it flips up. Smooth. There's the power port on the back. That's it. This cardboard is not as good as the other
cardboard. There's, oh there is something else in the
box, I almost threw it out. Another very nice USB cable. This one is not green inside though. So let's plug this guy in. And put the phone on top of the charger. Okay, so we got the charger plugged in. It's glowing green. Ooh, it's glowing this other color as well,

I'm gonna hold it up for you guys. I've got the phone, I'm trying to set it up,
but it requires a huge, 571-megabyte update file, so it's gonna be a while, but let's
pop it on the charger. Did you see that? It changed colors. Now it's in yellow. It's red. What do the colors mean? It's green. You can't tilt this stand back vertically. I guess you could lay it flat, let's try it
horizontal. It's not charging though. It's still not charging. Maybe it won't charge until I update the phone. This is definitely not working. Why is it not working? Alright I guess I'll wait until it updates. But check this phone out. Here's the charger again.

There you go, it's flat. So the charger itself is a hundred dollars. The phone is eight hundred dollars, and it
comes with some decent specs for a 2018 phone. Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip. Eight gigabytes of RAM, 64 gigabytes of storage. You'll also get a microSD card so you can
max that sucker up to 512 gigabytes. Uh, there's also some kind of, uh, liquid
vapor cooling chamber, I guess it's good for gaming. So if you play a lot of mobile games, maybe
this phone is for you. Should be pretty good sound 'cause two front-firing
speakers. I can’t say much, I can't say much about
the cameras. They sucked in the first phone, so hopefully
they're better. But wireless charging I guess is pretty neat. Every phone does that. No headphone jack, so that kinda sucks, but
you get the dongle and you get USB-C. And fingerprint sensor, kinda flat, but okay. At least it's there. Gotta give it to them, buttons are nice. Oh, and it also runs Android 8.1 Oreo, supposed
to be update to Pie soon, so, we'll see how that goes.

In the meantime, I'll update this phone and
hopefully in the next year I'll be able to tell you what I think if I ever get to. Anyway, guys, thanks for watching, this is
the tech unboxing ASMR. If you wanna see more of these videos, let
us know, and we'll try to do more. Bye!.

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