Last month, Samsung launched a new A-series smartphone in India – Galaxy A51. The A-series of phones cater to the mid-budget segment, and so does this smartphone. It’s priced at Rs 23,999, and its highlights are its 48 MP quad camera setup and 4,000 mAh battery. In this price segment, the Galaxy A51 competes directly with the Redmi K20 Pro (review), Redmi Note 8 Pro and Oppo F15 (review). While the F15 is mostly design and no substance, the K20 Pro is a powerful device, and the Galaxy A51′s closest competitor. So, does the Galaxy A51 prove to be a better pick over the K20 Pro? Is it a good daily driver? Is it a power-packed device, unlike its other A-series siblings? I used the smartphone for a week in my quest to answer to all these questions. The Samsung Galaxy A51 has a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 405 ppi pixel density, 87.4 percent screen to body ratio, and a 20:9 aspect ratio. The vibrant colours and brightness, as well as the size, mean that the A51 is very handy when consuming video on the go. The sunlight legibility of the Galaxy A51 is really good. You won’t be squinting your eyes to read text or view a photo on the phone. The auto-brightness on...