Nick Tagataka, 18 Apr 2019P30 is better in both unless you play games on your phone.. And P30 is the more expensive one.Not playing games.
Yes, it is more expensive and this is why I asked as the mi 9 got excellent rate in dxomark and p30 was not tested.
Regarding the camera, I'm talking about use it like a mostly "regular" user... Most of the time using it in auto mode. Point and shoot and not using it in manual mode or something sofisticated.
NEONE, 18 Apr 2019SO what do you think is better: P30 (not pro) or the Mi 9? 1. Regarding camera 2. In General P30 is better in both unless you play games on your phone.. And P30 is the more expensive one.
SO what do you think is better:
P30 (not pro) or the Mi 9?
1. Regarding camera
2. In General
@gsmarena: you praise the P30 and make it clear that competition is limited, yet your review rating for the P30 is lower than the S10/e's. How is it that possible?
funtastic, 16 Apr 2019guys shall i buy mate20pro at 530 used or the new p30 at 550?i do believe mate20pro is much be... moreWell it depends kinda. If you're okay with a curved screen and want 3D face scanning, then the Mate 20 Pro. Otherwise, if flat screen and smaller notch are more important to you, the P30
guys shall i buy mate20pro at 530 used or the new p30 at 550?i do believe mate20pro is much better than the p30 dual plz help ty
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2019well, display, the memory chips(can be from toshiba) and some modems which samsung make would ... moreIn typical Apple fashion, it could be that the design came from them but only get them manufactured in Samsung's manufacturing plants.
Perhaps the memory chips came from Toshiba, though I wouldn't doubt if some are from Samsung, but the modems are either Intel, Qualcomm, or MediaTek only.
I don't remember Samsung making modems or whatever.
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2019For everyday use I can't tell the difference on the CPU unless you doing something extreme. So... moreExactly, and when it comes to efficiency, Apple chipsets are simply a no-go in this situation.
Snapdragon chipsets since the SD820 are all very power efficient compared to their rivals, which is a great thing in the long run when doing a lot of heavy tasks.
You see, Kirin 980 needs to have some good cooling system to achieve similar level of performance to the sustained performance of SD855, and that is definitely telling a lot.
VectorR, 15 Apr 2019Yes, this is exactly what Huawei completely forgot. Sure the P30 series have a brilliant camer... moreOh you mean that buggy OS called stock, which has new groundbreaking bugs every other day? or those giant 2016 era bezels/ bathtub notches?Sorry, but it is about camera can be said more so about pixel rather than p30, since p30 is a good phone with great camera not a great camera with below par phone
PETR, 13 Apr 2019For example, in the center of Europe in the Czech Republic is the official price of P30 625 eu... morewell s10e is also available there at close to 650 (these days) with free earbuds from what I know
Shanti Dope, 15 Apr 2019I doubt that Sony will use an ISOCELL sensor when they could produce enough sensors of the sam... morewell, display, the memory chips(can be from toshiba) and some modems which samsung make would probably be there in iphone if i am not wrong....
Nick Tagataka, 15 Apr 2019Uhh, I'm not quite sure about the user experience being better on Pixel 3. Phones with stock A... moreNo hater at all, but so glad i went and jumped into a pixel 3 this year. experience is excellent. Buttery smooth, large screen on a compact body. Just the whole thing and it never seems to run out of juice. Big tick.
Shanti Dope, 15 Apr 20191 - True, but Kirin 980 isn't "dominantly" better than SD845. 2 - Yep, that's right.For everyday use I can't tell the difference on the CPU unless you doing something extreme. So 980 or SD845 is good enough for me.
Nick Tagataka, 15 Apr 2019"Kirin980 is weaker than SD845"
"S10 exynos is their version of SD855"
No, Exynos is wo... moreSd855>>kirin 980>sd845>exynos 9820
Kirin 980 is actually better than sd845 while exynos 9820 is weaker than sd845 and can't be even comparable to sd855
Exynos 9820 is built on older 8nm architecture and older A75
You see... Pros and cons.. Dont know why is always colour arrangement under pros, if in my country there is always one or two mainstream colour available. Thats only giving more to pros than cons to balance it out.
Nick Tagataka, 15 Apr 2019Huawei has already included the color temperature sensor on P30 Pro, and some people are alrea... moreYes it did improve to an extent, but given the AI, I believe they could still improve the white balance, considering it could apply color corrections on specific parts of the image.
Monochrome will definitely not comeback on Huawei phones as they have found no good use of it (I mean it did allow them to be this powerful in smartphone camera game, but they didn't successfully do it right like how Sony did on their first try) and I guess this RYYB setup will remain for the next couple of generations, as I could see that Huawei will be focusing on improving the telephoto camera the most.
I don't think RYBW/RGBW will be as effective at improving low light performance quite as much as monochrome + RGB combo would. Regarding the aligning problems, I suppose that a slightly different focal length would aid the problem.
Say, for instance, the RGB sensor will be 25mm, while the monochrome will be 27mm, and when the images captured by the two will be combined, the RGB image will be cropped to the same focal length as the monochrome and overlay them accordingly. And now that's 3x more light being collected. You would get a slightly narrower FoV end-result, but the overall image will be worth it.
About IMX666, it may not be actually named that way, but there's definitely a sensor with similar specs to that, and it could make its way on a new Xperia flagship.
vrvly, 15 Apr 2019Though xperia1 is not out, it's camera is probably different than p30pro, as it's probably les... moreDefinitely the Xperia 1 would still fall short of defeating the P30 Pro's tremendous camera setup, but again, I'm not expecting it to do so with its given hardware.
I heard that there's finally RAW capturing support on Xperia 1 (I read it somewhere, but not sure of it) so that could potentially help us to see how good the Xperia 1's camera hardware really is.
And not carrying the 'Premium' branding indicates that the Xperia 1 is not Sony's best yet, which means there could be that one Xperia model with camera system that would rival the one on the P30 Pro and possibly even the Mate 30 Pro as well.
Add 5G modem and large battery to it and we now have a phone to beat in 2019!