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When the iPhone XS was announced, it retained a similar dual 12MP main camera configuration as last year’s iPhone X. On paper, it looks like nothing has changed, however, if you look deeper, Apple has actually made a couple of notable upgrades. This include larger pixels at 1.4-micron (iPhone X: 1.22 micron), a new Smart HDR feature and it uses a lot more machine learning thanks to its newer Apple A12 Bionic chip.
A couple of weeks ago, we took the iPhone XS for a camera shootout in Batu Caves together with the iPhone X, Galaxy Note9 and the P20 Pro. Is the iPhone XS’s camera significantly better than the rest? Read on to find out.
The not-yet-released honor Magic 2 is a bit of an open secret right now, thanks to the many leaks and official teasers released about the device before it is even launched! We know that the Magic 2 is a fullview no-notch device that will feature a unique front camera slider mechanism and today, thanks to a leak from Weibo, we can see what is probably the actual product and packaging images of the Magic 2. From what we’re seeing, there’s a lot to like.
During the IFA 2018, Huawei has introduced a brand new color variant for their flagship P20 Pro, joining the family consisting of Twilight, Midnight Blue, Black as well as Pink Gold. If these colour options are not your cup of tea, you can now get your hands on the new Pearl White edition of the P20 Pro. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the interesting things we noticed when we tuned into the big Galaxy Note9 launch in New York last week was how little Samsung actually talked about the camera. There was no DxOMark score, no huge segment comparing it and its competitors, nor was there much emphasis on the handset’s camera hardware.
Was Samsung unconfident with the Galaxy Note9’s camera performance? Does this best-Note-ever actually have a sub-par camera in its class? Does the Note9’s camera actually suck?
Harrowing times, I know. But we thought we’d find out for ourselves by pitting the Galaxy Note9 with the best smartphone cameras we could find in our smartphone stable. Here’s how the Note9 stacks up to the best.
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The Huawei P20 Pro is one of the most interesting smartphones for 2018. Not only it has a triple-camera setup that can shoot great pictures, it also gets a unique three-tone gradient paint job for its Twilight variant. Ahead of its upcoming Huawei Mate 20 release, the Chinese smartphone maker is said to be giving its P-series flagship a mid-life refresh with two new colour options.
In conjunction with this year’s national day, Huawei has announced a reduction of price on their flagship P-series. You can now get your hands on the sleek Huawei P20 and P20 Pro at a more affordable price.
If you’re looking for genuine Huawei products, Huawei Malaysia have just announced their brand new online store. The new e-commerce platform is now hosted on Huawei.com and it replaces the previous online store on Vmall.my.
U Mobile is finally offering devices on contract with its unlimited data plans. Previously, if you plan on getting the latest devices from U Mobile, you’re often limited to their Ultimate Device Plans that come with lower high-speed quota which some might perceived to be lower in value.
For those who seek true unlimited data, you can now sign up for the Unlimited Hero P99 plan on contract and get a brand new Samsung Galaxy J4 for free
After Sony introduced its 960fps super slow-mo on its flagship smartphones, other manufacturers such as Samsung and Huawei have jumped on the same bandwagon. Among the three, Samsung currently has the best execution with its automatic motion detection feature on the Galaxy S9 and S9+.
Instead of pressing the shutter button, you can draw a box and it will automatically trigger a slow-mo recording the moment a movement is detected. This makes it easier to capture super slow-mo as it’s quite tricky to capture the shot in a split-second moment.
If you have a Huawei P20 Pro, it appears that Huawei is introducing a similar feature very soon.
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A smartphone is a very personal device but if you take a look around, there’s very little to distinguish one from another. It gets even tougher when most smartphone these days are going for thinner bezels.
With the P20 Pro, Huawei is not only pushing for better hardware but they aim to stand out with its own unique exterior. Instead of using the usual shade of colours and candybar designs, Huawei has taken a completely different approach for its greatest smartphone yet.