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PepperPot, 7 hours agoNobody cares except for tech chiefs looking to flaunt the specs. When Huawei understands that they need… moreCouldn’t agree more.
It gets a little silly, to the point where you (even here) see some phone presentations, that page-chatter about lenses, apertures, etc., with the rest of the specs being a single paragraph or so. Some don’t even bother to mention screen or battery size, etc. It’s all a picture, a picture, a picture. Big yawn.
Leica explained during the Huawei partnership.
Nokia 808 = 1 / 1.2 ”
Nokia 1020 = 1 / 1.5 ”
Sony Z1 = 1/2.3″
Zenfone 3 Deluxe = 1/2.3 inch
Motorola X Style / Sony M5 = 1/2.4″
Nexus 6p / Pixel 1 / HTC 10 = 1/2.3″
HTC M9 = 1/2.4 inch
blue, 7 hours agoNo, they were really poor compared to Apple and Samsung, but I know your brand loyalty… moreIf that’s what you really believe in, it tells a great deal about your apparent lack of any interest in photography or knowledge of how to properly assess image quality.
This phone has Leica optics… among other photographic features.
Have you tested it?? You’ve got a Samsung phone, specifically the Galaxy K Zoom. I took very good photos with great optical zoom … but in hardware and software it worked poorly: not a single update, random reboots and other things.
Huawei is another world and you have to try it for comment here.
yalim, 6 hours agoThe Galaxy S9 2018 features a variable aperture as well. It’s a cool feature but today’s AI can do… moreAi can’t actually recreate lost information but it has a very shallow depth of field
blue, 6 hours agoAs if Huawei has put some amazing innovations into it. You uncritical fans are always laughing.Huawei has been a trendsetter while its mobile segment was still very much active, which is the exact reason why, here in 2022, we have sensors larger than 1/2.55″, 3x telephoto lenses, 5-10x periscope lenses, and AI and Night mode in our smartphones.
Just because it loses its relevance in the global market, you can’t just withdraw its balance and reallocate it to Apple and Samsung that have always contributed to a severe slump in the market.
yalim, 6 hours agoThe Galaxy S9 2018 features a variable aperture as well. It’s a cool feature but today’s AI can do… moreThe S9 doesn’t have a variable aperture, as it’s the term referring to an aperture mechanism that has multiple blades to smoothly open or close the iris rather than just having two aperture settings.
Also, AI cannot replace deep DoF. Older generation phones often had a focal stacking mode, but no one seems interested in re-implementing it even though it is a feature that is more sought after due to the increase in sensor size in modern smartphones.
blue, 8 hours agoIt will be just another Huawei. nothing special. The praised cameras are actually pretty… moreSo paint like photos from Samsung and grain color from iPhones are the best? You have a typical fan of that poor innovative phone company, they always recycle LOL
It could specify two aperture values in a small range (they were 1.5 and 2.4, with a fixed difference of 0.9 stops) and AI stacking was used mostly for HDR (it could be offered by most ISPs/AI processing at the time)
Huawei offers a true variable aperture in the range of 2.6 (1.4 to 4
0) stops while using computer imaging nowadays to reduce noise, improve detail and sharpness, HDR, and low-light photography, so while a variable aperture may look the same, huawei’s implementation can produce much different results.
- d% $
my next phone
Jason, 6 hours agoWe need Huawei in the global market space to keep the mobile division innovative, otherwise… moreAs if Huawei has put some amazing innovations into it. You uncritical fans are always laughing.
yalim, 6 hours agoThe Galaxy S9 2018 features a variable aperture as well. It’s a cool feature but today’s AI can do… moreAi cannot do the same thing as a variable aperture, and Ai does not change the amount of light hitting the sensor in the same way that an f stop
The Galaxy S9 2018 features a variable aperture as well. It’s a great feature, but today’s AI can do the same job for regular smartphone users. Perhaps this is the reason why Samsung refused it.
We need Huawei in the global market space to keep the mobile division innovative, otherwise you have Apple who doesn’t know what innovation is anymore even though I use iPhones, Samsung’s S series is superior in many ways, but drifts aggressively towards small incremental upgrades .
I couldn’t care less about 5G because the UK roll out is nothing short of embarrassing and the speeds are awful and not like the speeds of other countries, so I will gladly buy a Huawei phone, my hometown hasn’t seen 4G for 7 years after the roll out.
Huawei has pushed many new and world-first technologies and ideas into the mobile division and America has not paralyzed them during the trade wars, with unsubstantiated claims, they are probably by far the best-selling smartphone manufacturer by units sold (not earnings, That’s an apple way too long) Since they’ve already ousted Apple temporarily, and may even come close to Samsung’s numbers as well, it’s time (under considerations) to get back into the market.
Kratos-, 8 hours agoIt is really disappointing to see such a monster stick to the 4G network they used to produce k… moreLiterally, there have been US sanctions that prevent them from producing new Kirin chips. The one thing that saved Huawei from completely abandoning the smartphone business was Qualcomm. Qualcomm managed to get permission to sell 4G-only Snapdragon chipsets to Huawei.
forhad-61, 8 hours agoDude, have you touched Huawei phones in your horrible life?? 😂Do I need to touch a lion to know it is dangerous? number.
Should I use Huawei to know it’s a tragedy? number.