Anonymous, 12 Apr 2020Mi 10 5g
That's far from the best camera performance, from both hardware and software standpoint. Unpolished main sensor with no OIS and poor digital zoom capabilities, over-exposure issues, no consistency with the ultrawide and no option to switch between cameras during video. Also not to be ignored, 27 MP photos with no expandable storage.
It had great potential, but it's really not up there.
motorola was the first to introduce this round camera module in Andriod Devices
Copy of Nokia phones
jakov1, 10 Apr 2020I'm not asking for all of it (at least not under $800). I'm saying how you can find phones tha... moreAgreed.
If there is a phone out there for about £600 with a 90hz panel, best cameras in the business and nothing else please let me know.
Don't care for wireless charging or IP rating. Wouldn't mind 5g.
IpsDisplay, 10 Apr 2020Can't have it all buddyI'm not asking for all of it (at least not under $800). I'm saying how you can find phones that focus on one specific category and max it out, but that category is never camera.
IpsDisplay, 10 Apr 2020Can't have it all buddyYou can from other brands. They now crippled this phone to indirectly tell you... spend $1200 or out others phones to have decent cameras. The previous Ace was well rounded phone. A lot of people was expecting this one to be a sucessor. Now is not. Is another overpriced clone out there. And the word gaming always is the excuse to put mediocre cameras while the price is enough high to add some decent ones as the previous model demostrated.
We haven't forgot the past prices of flagships with great cameras. Those were reasonable, now they pretend that you pay the cost of a car for a phone... And no, as in the car market the flagships in the future will only be bought by a minority. Those jack of all trades that comes with good cameras will win the customers. So lets see who brands release them and their results will be the best. Don't be surprised is Honor and Redmi will en selling more phones and wearables that Huawei and Xiaomi in a near future. Waiting for what Meizu and Asus can release this year. Good competition and not overpriced ones is always welcome.
Also, f*** BBK and their pricing schemes, developing ultra expensive phones and then just crippling them to fill the lower price brackets instead of focusing on multiple devices.
They've focused Realme on the budget segment and then there's nothing offering value for money from $250 to $900.
This new info is basically a promise of average camera performance.
Why is it that camera is the only component reserved for expensive phones? There are cheap phones with amazing screens, both OLED and refresh rate focused, phones with crazy charging (even wireless in the Mi9), stereo speakers, flagship SoCs, you name it, but they always have lame cameras.
Hmm... Oppo's devices has definitely turnt-up over the years and if the Find X 2 Pro were better strategically priced lower, had a much better refined OS and Android updates passed 18-months, stronger customer service, and decent QA, it would easily win the best Android smartphone for the first-half of 2020, perhaps of all of 2020.