Worst handset please dont buy my handset is bend and engineer says tat i should not keep my phone in my pocket its a physical damage 1st time i have come to this scenario small suggest
Respect, 17 Jun 2019Anybody who is using v15 pro for almost 4months now from the time it was release? does the ph... moreWhy? The phone is snappy and getting better with every update improvement it receives
Anybody who is using v15 pro for almost 4months now from the time it was release?
does the phone shows sluggish or is the phone lagging already or slower from the first time it was activated?
Okay, I get it. GM1 sensor can take photos at full 48mp resolution but the SOC such as SD660, 675 and hello P60 can't process such large images and thus, they only upscale the 12MP photos if you try clicking photo at 48mp.
However, honor v20 and MI9 can do it thanks to their powerful SOC.
Redmi note 7, V15Pro and F11pro just upscale the 12mp photos.
honor v20 has redmi note 7 pro(oppo f9 pro review) has sony sensir(different form this sensor), though both uses same technology
LG Superfan, 15 Mar 2019Its unlikely everyone will rely on such information without testingI am still a novice when it comes to camera sensors but here is the link where you can get better information:
LG Superfan, 14 Mar 2019But they cant all be wrong and one even said its from samsung site I have no idea whats going ... moreI still can be wrong but it seems that everybody has relayed the same information coming from Honor boss (I think). I would also like a real comparison and know if the Samsung sensor can output a real 48mp, which I think is capable of.
Qidamin, 13 Mar 2019You are right, but maybe they are wrong, they have most of all relayed the same information. S... moreBut they cant all be wrong and one even said its from samsung site I have no idea whats going on but its 1/2" sensor with 0.8μm pixel size that's for sure
If u give price kindly, so we gate a good concern about vivo v 15 pro. I will buy the latest vivo model. Please add price of this model.
Gsmarena.com please do a face off of all the 48MP cameras. This sensor must be selling 1+1 because all Chinese OEMs seems to have one of these in their smartphones. The only thing it cures is cross talk. So the details are super sharp for a 12MP camera. Though nowhere near 48MP.
LG Superfan, 13 Mar 2019Check everysite and they all say its native 12MP which extrapolates to 48MPYou are right, but maybe they are wrong, they have most of all relayed the same information. Samsung official website says it is 48mp sensor with 0.8 microns and pixel binning. I don't know why, if it was only 12mp, Samsung would not have advertise as a big 1.2" sensor with big 1.6 microns then, something bigger than any other sensor, it doesn't make any sense. I think websites have all relayed a wrong info coming from Honor...