I am using Honor V20 from a week & i hardly noticed its has a unused black spot in the display.
Notsure, 03 Apr 2019And I still can't find a 256GB NM card. Why invent a standard and then not support it? Did the... moreWell, the NM cards are still a new product, so you just have to wait. It might not be available for your country. Remember, availability exists for a reason.
And I still can't find a 256GB NM card. Why invent a standard and then not support it? Did they expect all card manufacturers to switch to this and maybe even tax them at some point? No, not gonna happen, so stop being lazy and disrespectful to clients and provide the goddamn cards to us!
For me a long term is after at elast 6-8month.
It barely made 4 months...
This phone has one of the coolest looking back panels on the smartphone market. Especially the black color one looks phenomenal. It also helps that the phone is packing high specs, a large battery & a great camera to make it a fully enticing package for the price.
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2019Zoomed picture means cropping out the outer parts hence pixel binning is not available.. GSMAr... moreNo, it doesn't make sense to say that the zoomed image is softer due to the lack of pixel binning. As I said 48 to 12 megapixel pixel binning doesn't lead to sharper results than a normal 12 megapixel sensor. A 2x crop of a 48 megapixel sensor has 12 megapixels, of course there is no pixel binning, otherwise a 2x zoom would only have 3 effective megapixels, which would lead to less(!) details in good light conditions.
I recently git myself the View 20.. One subtle thing i liked is that even though the defailt launcher is iOS "inspired", it gave me an option to enable the app tray.. I've gone from OnePlus to Iphone and back to Honor and only major problem i had with the iphone was the "all apps on home screens".. Other than that the pain file sharing is to android phones..
Anonymous, 01 Apr 2019"The zoomed pictures still look okay but noticeably inferior in details since there's no pixel... moreYou are just vaguely throwing around terms here. How can you claim pixel binning with a 48mp doesn't give you any advantage over a 12mp sensor?? Unless your 12mp sensor is same size as your 48mp there is a definite advantage of a 48mp taking 12mp photos with pixel binning.
Anonymous, 01 Apr 2019"The zoomed pictures still look okay but noticeably inferior in details since there's no pixel... moreZoomed picture means cropping out the outer parts hence pixel binning is not available.. GSMArena is correct.. You just misunderstood what he is being conveyed
Great alternative phone than Oneplus 6t.
In my country -
View 20 - $488
Oneplus 6t - $620
Best bang for the buck.
But why no long-term review for Mate 20 (not Pro), which is way better than both View 20 and Mate 20 Pro?
"Since the 48MP camera is binning four pixels into one, it is able to capture ample amounts of light." That's not true. The total amount of captured light doesn't change as the sensor size, the color filter and the lens don't change. But the number of pixels that need to be read out is smaller (12 million (large) pixels instead of 48 million pixels) , therefore less (random) read noise. Furthermore a large pixel captures more light than a small pixel, this reduces the impact of non-random read noise in extreme low-light conditions.
"The zoomed pictures still look okay but noticeably inferior in details since there's no pixel binning." This has nothing to do with pixel binning. Gsmarena, don't confuse pixel binning with downsampling. Pixel binning makes a 48 megapixel sensor behave like a 12 megapixel one. But pixel binning gives you no advantage over a normal 12 megapixel sensor. Possible reasons why the 48 megapixel images are not extremely sharp are the lens, the noise reduction and the Quad Bayer sensor. Diffraction isn't the reason here because Apple's 52mm camera produces sharper results.