Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro In Depth Review

Nur Jeevan Guna Segar

An avid tech enthusiast and passionate about what comes next. Jeevan has been entwined in tech since he was in high school and has a background in Medical Bioscience. He’s passionate about tech and more importantly what benefits can come from it.

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  1. Sivakumar B says:

    Pls tell me if the Notification Bar on Samsung A9 Pro will turn to the ugly, irritating Grey colour when the Power Saver mode is enabled? And if the Menu & Back buttons go permanently off in Power Saver mode? Please confirm as these are two nagging issues in all Samsung Galaxy phones including Note series upto Note 5 when the Power Saver mode is enabled. Repeated feedbacks to Samsung elicited only poor, irritating, arrogant responses from Samsung and its software Gods. There is no reason Galaxy Note 7 turned out to backfire. It is all just because of the utterly irritating, arrogant and indifferent stand of Samsung Gods that they will never test the phone from the consumer’s perspective. They are just adamant and arrogant that the consumer who buys their products should suffer because of the lack of any aesthetic sense on the part of their software makers. The visibility factor of a white object in a Grey background needs no explanation to a common man. But Samsung will not agree to this and they stuck to their ugly interface when the power saver mode is enabled in Android v6.0.1 in all their smartphones whereas, in Android v5.0.1, there were no such issues at all. Repeated feedbacks with screenshots evoked only irritating response from Samsung. Though, the software interface does not have anything to do with the failure of their flagship phone Note7, Samsung’s arrogance that they will never check the phone for any hardware or software issues from the point of view of the customer who buys their phones really backfired literally as in the case of Note 7. Please confirm whether A9 Pro with Android v6.0.1 has this problem or not.

    • Mike Dee says:

      Yes, white on grey in notification area – but better if you change themes.

      I use “Cloth & Patch” theme from PlayStore. Notification area is now easily legible with white text on dark blue background. Icons are grey – but change to bright blue when activated.

      Home pages have ugly background, but you can change to a background that you like. I prefer a plain dark green background.

      Tried other themes, but they give different results on colour of conversation messages in WhatsApp and Messaging. “Cloth & Patch” seem to be the best.

      Hope this helps.

  2. Mike Dee says:

    Sivakumar B

    Yes, white on grey in notification area – but try changing themes.

    I use “Cloth & Patch” theme from PlayStore.

    Ugly background, but you can change it to a background that you like. I prefer a plain dark green background.

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