StoneHenge, 12 Oct 2020Considering atleast 4 documented incidents when Huawei passed off "DSLR" photos as t... moreFor the last 4 years I had only Huawei phones.
I am wondering why are they doing this since the real results are quite stunning.
Of course they do not compare with a DSLR or even mirrorless cameras (I own one so I know) but still, for a phone camera the results are exceptional, and in my humble opinion way above other phones.
AnonD-947580, 13 Oct 2020Do you know if it's worth buying the Note 20 Ultra (Exynos version) for the camera qualit... moreWait until iPhone 12's actual camera reviews come out if you're interested in it. My current understanding, however, is that Note 20 Ultra has a great camera but it's very well suited for natures/natural objects as it still applies a considerable amount of smoothening to the photos despite having a large sensor size.
Android.Master, 13 Oct 2020Lol How is it good if they are completely inserting pre existing images inside the outline of ... moreNo scientific test/experiment is considered to be valid if someone else fails to replicate it (see my comment below), just saying.
Sayon, 13 Oct 2020My advice is to avoid Samsunng if u r not getting Snapdragon VersionTy:)
Nick Tagataka, 13 Oct 2020The one looks like a typical "good for smartphone but the quality objectively sucks"... moreDo you know if it's worth buying the Note 20 Ultra (Exynos version) for the camera quality, e.g. for wide/ultra-wide photography of nature and landscapes or better to wait for the 12 Pro Max? Which one will be best for me since I do mostly nature, landscape and occasionally close up/macro of flowers.
Hope my questions are okay to ask. I saw many of your posts on the site and you seem to have an abundance of knowledge in the field.
Android.Master, 13 Oct 2020Lol How is it good if they are completely inserting pre existing images inside the outline of ... moreYou didn't get me well because your example reflects other way.
I said if the image is same as what you're seeing with you own eyes at the present time then what's you problem with that ?
AnonD-754814, 13 Oct 2020Even if they do that, that's not a problem if the image feels real and matches with the c... moreLol How is it good if they are completely inserting pre existing images inside the outline of the moon? Isn't that cheating?
That's like AI detecting outline of a building from far away while taking a pic from periscope lens and filling insides of that building with a stock image representing floors and windows.
Android.Master, 13 Oct 2020Huawei was also caught artificially injecting moon image through AI while clicking the picture. Even if they do that, that's not a problem if the image feels real and matches with the current situation.
Yes, Huawei is the best at lying, it's not like they have not done it in the past with PSeries advertising that the phone takes pictures at DSLR level of quality, ant those pictures were taken with an actual DSLR camera instead of Huawei brick.
Undoubtedly Huawei is one of the best mobile manufacturer.
Android.Master, 13 Oct 2020Huawei was also caught artificially injecting moon image through AI while clicking the picture. Nobody was able to prove that the original claim was valid, though. In fact, Android Authority tried to replicate the results but they failed.
Nick Tagataka, 13 Oct 2020The main reason those ads by Huawei, Samsung and Nokia got bashed was simply that they were po... moreHuawei was also caught artificially injecting moon image through AI while clicking the picture.
The one looks like a typical "good for smartphone but the quality objectively sucks" kind of photo. Couldn't they better compose the scene fully utilising the native FoV of the telephoto lens(es) and choose more attractive subjects to make the shot look at least professional? I know I'm asking too much from a mere Weibo post, but still.
Nothing New, 12 Oct 2020It is not nokia and huawei only but all companies do it , the footage they show in their confe... moreThe main reason those ads by Huawei, Samsung and Nokia got bashed was simply that they were popular companies with large market shares. The fact literally nobody gave a damn when others (HTC, LG, Sony Mobile, ASUS) used clearly DSLR-looking photos for their promotional materials to tease/introduce camera features in the past definitely tells us something.
Markuss, 13 Oct 2020when it comes to mobile phone photography, huawei is serious and maybe the best. But this year... moreHuawei markets P series as being centred on photographic capabilities, but the thing is that refinements always come in Mate series. They used Mate 20 Pro and Mate 30 Pro to iron out issues that existed in P20 series and P30 series and improved the image quality a lot, respectively.
I'm expecting that Mate 40 Pro will make at least one improvement from P40 Pro from the following:
-More accurate colour reproduction
-Better lens quality especially towards corners
-More efficient NR
AnonD-947580, 12 Oct 2020I meant the photo is probably taken with a 20 $ camera. It’s probably taken by the Mate 40 Pro, you know, like they said? Yeah I remember the whole DSLR camera thing, but this this time I think it’s legit.