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Thursday, November 12, 2020

November 12, 2020

Huawei mata 40 pro Review Official Looks

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 In a way, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro is the lastof its kind. By this time next year, unless something seriouslydrastic changes, Huawei phones will be nothing like the Mate 40 Pro.


 Because this will be the last smartphone fromHuawei to feature a Kirin chipset, as the Huawei ban now blocks the company from evenproducing its own processors. Huawei is currently surviving on stockpiledon components and it might have to halt smartphone production eventually. 

But in the meantime, they are launching theirlatest and greatest phone the Mate 40 Pro on October 22nd just 5 days from now and wehave quite a lot of info about the handset. First up this is how the Mate 40 Pro Porscheedition looks like. Honestly, though it looks very weird and atthe same time looks very different than other smartphones in the market. 

Humari mata 40 pro RAM and storage?

This is a Porsche edition and costs 2000 Eurosbut the regular Mate 40 Pro looks different. Here are some official marketing materialsof the Mate 40 Pro and Huawei has decided to retain the waterfall display, the notchis similar to the P30 Pro which again was borrowed from the Galaxy S10 Plus. The back looks weird again. 

Not a fan of it either. Honestly, the back of Mate 40 Porsche's designlooks better than the Mate 40 Pro in my opinion. Also here is the retail box of the handsetthat confirms that Huawei will offer the device with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. 

Huawei mata 40 pro camera detail.

The camera is the main selling point of theMate 40 Pro and one of Huawei's executives shared a camera sample of the handset. He posted this picture of the moon in broaddaylight, revealing impressive details of the moon’s surface. The image is of low quality because I couldn'tfind the original source but the details of the moon’s surface are really good. 


Huawei was one of the first companies thatmade taking pictures of the moon trendy and with the Mate 40 Pro they are likely goingto set a sort of new benchmark for the zooming capabilities of a smartphone. Due to the US sanctions, Huawei has decidedto sell its Honor smartphone division to refocus its resources. Honor’s phones, which offer nearly the samefeatures and specs as Huawei flagships but at more affordable price points, are partlyresponsible for Huawei’s rise in the smartphone market, making up nearly half of Huawei’soverall sales. 

So this is certainly bad news for Huawei butit could turn out to be a win-win situation for Honor. Because distancing itself from Huawei willmake sure Honor doesn't fall under the US ban and they can do business like other smartphonecompanies including using Google services. 

The deal is expected to land Huawei up to$3.7 billion in cash and Xiaomi is the potential buyer. Ming-Chi Kuo a famous analyst predicts thatif Huawei doesn't get smartphone chips from somewhere it's more likely they will evenexit the smartphone market altogether which is a shame for the smartphone industry. 

Anyway, I don't recommend buying the Mate40 Pro for the simple fact that it doesn't have Google services unless you live in Chinabut the last time I checked you don't so I don't recommend it even if it's a great handset. Let me know what do you think about this downin the comments and as always I'll see you tomorrow...Peace out! 

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

November 11, 2020

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra - top 10 features

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So the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a stylus enabledpowerhouse, with a bunch of neat new features. So here are the top 10 features of the Note20 Ultra that are worth a second look. Let's start with the hardware that defines the Galaxy Note, shall we? 


  He S Pen on the Note 20 Ultra ?

does everythingthe one on the Note 10 does plus there are some improvements. For one the latency of pen has been increased. Latency is basically the touch input, howresponsive it is. The one on the Note 10 had a latency of 42msbut on the Note 20 Ultra, it's 9ms. So it's a drastic improvement and it'll feellike you're actually writing on a paper. Samsung Notes now will sync with MicrosoftOneNote. That makes Samsung’s app much more usefulas your notes are now less likely to just sit on your phone. Notes also gain the ability to annotate PDFs,match up audio recordings with your notes, and offer full folder management. Yes, you read that right. Finally, after so many requests,  

Samsung isproving 3 years of software updates with the Galaxy Note 20 lineup.

 That's huge, it's the same as Google doesfor the Pixel lineup which will make Samsung's phones even more appealing than before. Samsung's DeX system was designed to turn a phone into a PC by hooking it up to a mouseand keyboard. Not many people were doing that, so Samsunghas swerved to a more usable mode. 

Now, you can connect the DeX wirelessly. 

You can use your phone's display as a trackpadand can even use your TV as a monitor which makes using DeX much more convenient thanbefore. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be the first smartphone in the world to feature specialoptimizations for Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service. The device can be used to play more than 90Xbox gaming titles via Xbox Game Pass. By the way, you need to pair the Note 20 Ultrawith a Bluetooth-enabled Xbox controller, though. 

The Xbox Game Pass service is dubbed "Netflixfor video games," so it will keep the Note 20 Ultra owners entertained with hundredsof quality titles to play on your big-screen TV from the Note 20 without even having tohave an Xbox console. One of the preorder bundles will offer anoption to get three months of the gaming subscription service from Microsoft. The Note 20 Ultra’s hardware and impressivedisplay should make it one of the best smartphones for streaming games. The Note 20 Ultra is the first Android handset to get this new chip that allows for a wayfaster file transfer. You can just point your phone at someone else’sphone and your phone will know you probably want to send things to them. Put another way: This feature allows the Note20 Ultra to precisely detect where other

 UWB chip-enabled phones are in physical space. 

That's something lacking on other Androidsmartphones. The Note 20 Ultra has a beautiful 6.9" 120Hz LTPO display. LTPO is a tech that allows for 

variable displayrefresh rate. 

On the Note 20 Ultra it can vary from 1Hzto 120Hz depending on what you're doing. This allows the phone to have better batterylife since the display can switch to low refresh rate for content that doesn't need high refreshrate. 

The Note 20 Ultra also has the toughest gadget glass Corning has ever created. 

A glass that can not only resist a six-footdrop, but also the first in six years to meaningfully improve your phone’s ability to shrug offnasty scratches. This is big especially for people who don'tlike to put screen protectors on. 

The Note 20 Ultra features the new UFS 3.1 storage that is mind-numbingly fast.

It's 3 times faster than the UFS 3.0 on theS20 Ultra and also more efficient. So it's providing you that crazy high speedswhile at the same time extending the battery life as well. 

The Note 20 Ultra can also record videos using a 21:9 aspect ratio both on 8K high resolutionand normal resplution. 

Budding filmmakers will love this featuresince it’ll allow them to make their footage more cinematic. You can also record at 120fps now which isgoing to be really helpful. The Note 20 Ultra offers the best specs out there. Such as a triple camera system headlined by108MP, 50x zoom camera with 5 times optical, 12GB RAM, up to 512GB Storage, and a pricetag of $1300. If you are in a search for a new device andhave a budget of $1300, this is the one to go for. That being said, do consider subscribing forall the latest updates on smartphone tech and as always I'll see you tomorrow...Peaceout! 

November 11, 2020

Samsung Galaxy A52 reviewe

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Samsung is all set to launch its main flagshipphone, the Galaxy S21 in a couple of months but they are also working on the successorof their most popular smartphone in recent times, the Galaxy A52.


We've revealed some details regarding thecamera a few weeks ago. Samsung electro-mechanics who make cameramodules for Samsung flagships will also supply camera modules for the Galaxy A52 and A72which means we'll likely see a bump in the image quality of these new midrange phones.

 Now the Galaxy A52 has been benchmarked revealingits specifications including the type of processor we're going to see in this handset. Not taking the scores into consideration becauseit hasn't been benchmarked at its full potential, the Galaxy A52 will have 6GB RAM and an 8core processor. 

This 8 core chipset is the newly announcedSnapdragon 750G which is a capable processor in this segment. For context, it has 2 Cortex A77 cores whichis a first for a Snapdragon 700 series, the Snapdragon 765G has cortex A76. So CPU wise expect the Galaxy A52 to do marginallybetter than a Snapdragon 765 handset such as OnePlus Nord or Pixel 5. Now, I'm certain there will be a 4G LTE GalaxyA52 as well for markets where 5G isn't a thing yet or where it's not widespread yet. 

But since Samsung wants to hit that $399 numberfor the 4G variant, the processor will likely not be as powerful as the 750G. With that said, the Galaxy club reveals thecolor options the A52 will be launched in. Those are black, white, blue, and orange hues. They have revealed some camera information. We already know the A52 will have a quad camerasetup just like its predecessor, but they have also revealed some camera specs. Those include a 64MP main camera and an 8MPmacro camera. 


There's still no information about the othertwo sensors but if I were to guess those will be a wide-angle camera and a depth camera. The phone will also have Android 11 rightout of the box. There's no information about when Samsungis launching this handset, but since it's appearing in Geekbench we can expect it tobe either next month or at the very beginning of 2021. 

So we have data for the top-selling smartphonesin Quarter 3 of this year, and unsurprisingly Apple tops the chart with the iPhone 11 with16 million sales in the last 3 months. So it makes the iPhone 11 the top-sellingphone for the 4th consecutive quarter. Of course, Apple has now released a successor– the iPhone 12 – which means the iPhone 11 will soon lose its title of the world’sbest-selling smartphone. 

Anyway, the second most popular smartphonealso belongs to Apple, the iPhone SE, a $400 phone that sold over 10 million units. Samsung is actually the most successful inthe top 10 with 5 devices in the list with handsets like A21, A11, and A51 selling nearly10 million units each.

 Xiaomi also makes the list with 3 devicesat number 6,7 and 8th position. Interestingly, none of the flagship devicesfrom any company made the list which shows demand for flagships is declining amid thepandemic and also due to their ridiculous prices. Of course, with that said, let me know whatdo you think about this down in the comments and as always I'll see you tomorrow...Peaceout! 

Monday, November 9, 2020

November 09, 2020

iPad 8(2020) - Best value for money tablet!

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 Hey guys it’s Sagar from Tecworkz, and today we are taking a look at   the latest 8th Generation iPad. 

I think Apple should start calling this one the iPad SE,   because that’s actually what it is.Like the iPhone SE and the Apple Watch SE,   this 8th Gen iPad, gives you the most value for your money. Now why do I say that? Because it starts at Rs.29,900 for the 32GB variant. Actually You   can get it for as low as Rs.26,900 if you go with some of the credit card offers. And at that price,   there is no other tablet or even a laptop for that matter, which comes even close to its performance. In the box, we get the iPad itself, Some paper work and Apple stickers, USB type C to Lightning   cable, and a 20 watt charging brick. Yes, 8th generation iPad which starts at Rs.29,900 comes   with a 20watt charger, but none of the iPhone going forward do. 


This is just plane stupid. Anyways, coming back to the iPad itself. Yes, this looks same as the 7th Gen iPad, so if you   are using that one, there is really no need for you to upgrade to this one. But it comes with a   much better Apple 12 Bionic processor with Neural engine, same as the one we saw in the iPhone XS,   so there is a big jump in its performance compared to the A10 processor in the 7th Gen iPad. Now while the starting price is just fantastic,   I strongly think that you should go with the 128GB variant, instead of the 32GB one.  

If all you want to use your iPad for is consuming content on streaming services,   FaceTime calls and some web browsing, you can make do with the 32GB variant. But with these   iPad’s lasting for well over 5-7 years, and with the software updates becoming larger and larger,   you will face some issues due to the storage, so I think its best to go with the 128GB variant now. With a stellar starting price, very capable processor, 2160x1620 pixel Retina display,   Touch ID sensor under the home button, a headphone jack, Smart connector to connect accessories,   Apple pencil support, and software updates for 4-5 years at least,   this 8th Generation iPad lets you do more than 90% of what the more expensive iPad   Air 4th generation and the iPad Pro can do, at less half the price, which is just amazing. 


Now who is this 8th generation iPad for?-It’s for someone, who wants the software   features that iPad OS offers, but without breaking their bank.   You get access to all host of Apple’s and even 3rd party apps, which are plenty for the iPad.  -This iPad is for someone who likes to consume a lot of media or play a few games.  -With support for 1st generation Apple pencil, it is also for someone who likes to sketch or pain.  -It is a note taking device for students,   or with PowerPoint and keynotes, you can even make your presentations on it.  -And with most of the cases being held over Zoom calls, this iPad is really good for it.  -It is also for someone who is looking to get a tablet that lasts for years and years.   

Apple is very good with software support, so you will get at least 4-5 years of software support   on this if not more, and even after that you can keep on using it without any major issued.  I know a few guys who are still holding on to their 2nd generation iPad’s,   so we know they are build to last. And as mentioned before, it does all of this, without leaving a huge void in your bank account. If you want to do some serious typing on this thing, I suggest you get some sort   of keyboard attachment for it.While the onscreen keyboard,   is good enough, it is just not tactile, for long hours of writing sessions.  

You don’t have to get one from Apple,   there are a few 3rd party ones that perform just as good if not better. With new iPad OS updates,   all the new features like the mouse support and widgets come down to this iPad as well.  The performance of this iPad is just amazing. You won’t feel any lags or stutters on this,   no matter what you do on it.The battery life is really good.   

It gives you 10 hours of usage out of 1 charge, and that is just amazing.  It has these big bezels, but that lets Apple house the Touch ID sensor and the physical   home button on the bottom chin, and many people actually prefer using this over the face ID.   Now everything is not sunshine and rainbows with this iPad.   

At this price, it is obvious Apple had to cut some corners. -First off, as I said before, the design is the same as the 7th Gen iPad,   so there are these uneven big bezels at the top and bottom. Unlike the iPad Air 4th gen   and iPad pro’s which have smaller uniform bezels.-There is no USB C port, so that limits the   number of accessories you can connect to it. 


You can get dongles, but that’s just   more stuff you need to carry around. USB C port on an iPad is much more convenient.  -The bottom firing speakers are not really that powerful.  -The rear 8 megapixel camera is just good for scanning things and not anything much,   but the front facing camera is even worst at just 1.2 megapixels. With 720p resolution,   It barely gets the job done for video calls.-There is still no multi user support,   but this problem doesn’t have to do with this iPad exactly, it is a software feature   which is missing on all iPad’s.-As I said before it doesn’t get major   updates over the 7th generation, so people having that, done need to make the switch.  -And for long typing sessions, you will need to use some sort of external keyboard. Now the biggest problem with this iPad is not actually with THIS iPad.  

 Actually the competition is not even catching up to Apple’s previous generation iPad’s, so Apple   doesn’t really have to work too hard to bring any major radical redesign to this entry level iPad.   So in a way we should be blaming the competition.That being said, I strongly feel, Apple should   have updated at least the selfie camera and the base storage on this 8th generation iPad.  Other than that, I don’t have any major complains with this iPad. It is very light, so using it for extended time is not an issue. 


There is a headphone jack, so   you don’t HAVE to spend on bluetooth headphones. I mean you still can, but you don’t have to.  Performance is amazing, and it can basically run everything that I   trough it at it, without any hiccups.I mostly use this one to write scripts   for these videos, and as a second display to go through my social media while watching TV. My wife   uses it for some of her office work, and it has been more than sufficient for our needs so far. So yes, I definitely think that this 8th generation 2020 iPad   is the most value for money tablet that you can get. 

This is not the only tablet that Apple announced recently, there is the new 4th Generation   iPad Air as well, so which of these 2 should you get? Well, that is a question for another video. That is it for this video. Please hit the like button if you enjoyed this video,   and subscribe tot he channel for more quality tech videos like this.   You can also check out some of the other videos from this channel. This has been Sagar,   and I will catch you guys in the next video. Take care. 

Saturday, November 7, 2020

November 07, 2020

Samsung Galaxy s21 ultra - FREEBIES!

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 So it's being reported multiple times at thispoint that the Galaxy S21 lineup is coming earlier than usual. Since the production of the S21 is alreadyunderway which is 6 weeks before than usual, it is expected that the launch will happenaround a month earlier than the usual mid-Febraury launch. Up until now, we didn't know the exact launchand release date of Samsung's next big thing but that changes today courtesy of Jon Prosserwho as you know is one of the top Apple leakers out there. 

According to him, Samsung will launch theS21 on January 14th which is almost a full month earlier than the S20's launch eventwhich took place on February 11th earlier this year. 

The pre-orders will start on the same dayand Jon says the handsets will be available to purchase from January 29th onward aroundtwo weeks after the launch event. He also confirms the color variants, Black,White, Grey, Silver, Violet, and Pink which is in line with what Ross Young said a fewdays ago. Although the S21 Ultra will only get black,silver, and violet colors. 


With that said, we also some information aboutthe freebies that we are getting with the Galaxy S21 lineup. South Korean media reports that Samsung isindeed removing the AKG headphones from the box but Samsung may not go as far as Applein removing the charger as well. Because as per the latest reports, the S21is more likely to have the charger bundled inside the box. Now, as for the freebies, Samsung will giveGalaxy buds beyond which is an upcoming Bluetooth earbuds, the successor to the Galaxy BudsPlus or buds live. 

There's no information about what these earbudswill look like or what new features are they going to bring to the table. But according to South Korean media, the GalaxyBuds Beyond will improve water resistance, battery performance, and sound quality comparedto its predecessor. Now, interestingly, Sammobile who first brokethis news citing this South Korean report said that Samsung will ditch the AKG headphonesfrom the S21's box but instead will replace it with this Galaxy Buds Beyond which is expectedto cost $160. 


Sorry to break it to you, but it's not goingto happen. If you go and read the actual original articlethen you can see that they never mentioned Samsung is including these earbuds insidethe box. They said they will give it away as a preordergift just like the Galaxy Buds Plus or Buds live. Sammobile probably got too excited and didn'tread the context the Korean website was trying to convey. They said in the first paragraph that Samsungis removing the AKG earphones to reduce costs, how they can do it by bundling earbuds thatcost over $100 more than the AKG ones. Other websites are referring to Sammobile'sarticle and saying that Samsung is bundling the new earbuds inside the box, which isn'ttrue at all. 

The fact of the matter is Samsung will giveit away as a pre-order gift and as usual not every country will get the same deal. Some get cashback, some get gift vouchersand some get a TV. But in any case, the S21 will not have AKGearphones inside the box. 

Anyway, the Galaxy Z Flip 2 which is launchingsometime in spring will have upgraded audio according to the latest information. The handset is also expected to have a biggerouter display, a 120Hz inner display, and a triple rear camera setup. With that said let me know what do you thinkabout this down in the comments and as always I'll see you tomorrow...Peace out 

November 07, 2020

Samsung Galaxy S21 ultra review

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The Galaxy S21 lineup will be launched intwo months from now on and hence it's making quite a lot of headlines lately. We have tons of new information about thehandset today starting with some case leaks. Third-party companies have manufactured differenttypes of cases for the S21 lineup, specifically, we have a couple of folio cases for the S21and Ultra. Interestingly it shows the S21 Ultra with4 rear cameras which isn't the case anymore. 


Samsung has updated the design, now it willhave 5 rear cameras. We know what those 4 cameras are going tobe but still, there's a mystery surrounding that fifth camera setup. But it seems we finally know what it couldbe. Samsung has made ISOCELL Vizion 33D officialyesterday which is an updated time of flight sensor that goes toe to toe with Apple's LIDARsensor.

This new sensor is can assist in AR/VR experiencesas well as 3D scanning and video bokeh effects. On top of that, it has an exceptional autofocusingwhich explains why we don't see a laser autofocus sensor in Onleaks' cad renders. So even though it isn't official but we canalmost be certain that the fifth camera on the S21 Ultra is this ISOCELL Vizion 33D sensor. 

Moving on, we have specifications of Snapdragon875 that will go inside the S21 lineup. As per this tipster who has been right multipletimes, the Snapdragon 875 has one Arm Cortex-X1 prime core clocked at 2.84GHz, three Cortex-A78performance cores with clock speeds of 2.42GHz, and four Cortex-A55 efficiency cores runningat 1.8GHz. The chipset will be built on the 5nm processand reports suggest that Samsung will be making it for Qualcomm. 

Now it's good news for folks over in the USand Canada that Qualcomm is using Cortex X1 prime core for the 875 which offers a 30%performance boost over the prime core of the 865. Now, this also is good news for Exynos regionsbecause they will get identical performance this time because Exynos 2100 will also usethe same cluster of cores as Qualcomm. Samsung might go for a higher GHz clock speedfor Exynos 2100 and if that's the case then Exynos 2100 will give better CPU performancethan Snapdragon 875. 

Anyway, now that both chipsets are expectedto offer similar CPU speeds, the difference will come down to GPU speeds. And interestingly Samsung might get the lastlaugh if they go down Huawei's route. Because we have benchmarks of Huawei's latest5nm chip the Kirin 9000 and Snapdragon 875, which shows that Mali GPU has finally managedto beat Adreno of Qualcomm. This is from a Chinese benchmarking platformMaster Lu which shows the Snapdragon 875 scored 333,269 on the CPU test and the Mate 40 Pro'sKirin 9000 achieved 275,862 points. 


It was expected since Huawei is using a yearold Cortex A77 vs the latest A78 and the mighty X1 cores on the 875. But the shocker is GPU speeds as Snapdragon875 apparently managed to get 342,225 on the GPU test, which puts it behind the Kirin 9000which achieved 344,334. Huawei even mentioned that its chipset's graphicsperformance is 52 percent faster than the Snapdragon 865 Plus, and it now appears thateven with the introduction of the new Adreno GPU, it will maintain a lead. Exynos 2100 will also use the same Mali G78GPU so Samsung could surprise everyone this time and beat Qualcomm even in GPU. 

But there's a catch, this new Mali G78 comesin two configurations, One with 18 cores and another with 24 cores. Huawei used 24 cores for maximum performancebut the problem is it consumes a lot of power. The 18 core is more energy efficient but doesn'tprovide the same level of performance as the 24 cores. So we'll have to wait and see what core configurationSamsung is going to use for the Exynos 2100. 

In any case, there shouldn't be a performancedisparity between the Snapdragon and Exynos S21 variants which is finally a breath offresh air for Exynos regions. Let me know what do you think down in thecomments and as always I'll see you tomorrow...Peace out! 


Friday, October 30, 2020

October 30, 2020

Iphone 11 pro, full review and information.

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Alright, it’s iPhone time. Apple released three newiPhones all at once this year. The iPhone 11, the iPhone 11Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Now, I honestly think theiPhone 11 is the phone most people in the iOSecosystem should get if they’re upgrading. So we’ve got a wholeother review of that phone that you should check out, too. But this, this is the Pro review.


The dark mode, cash moneyreview for professionals who use their phones to do pro stuff. Like taking telephoto photos. Actually, I have no idea whyApple called these phones Pro. They’re basically just niceupdates to the iPhone XS, but I also think it’s a wasteof time to argue about names. iPhone 11 Pro Max is a bad name. But you know what, it’s a great phone. And I think Apple might have done it. This is the best cameraI’ve ever seen on a phone. Let’s get into it. 

The iPhone 11 Pro looks almostexactly like the iPhone XS from the front. It’s a little heavier and thicker, but unless you’re comparing them directly, you probably won’t notice. I certainly didn’t. You do get a much biggerbattery in exchange for that extra size,which Apple says leads to a four-hour battery lifeincrease on the regular Pro and a five-hour jump for the Pro Max. But it’s surprisinglyhard to check that number.

I’ll get into why in a minute. The big difference fromthe XS comes on the back where Apple says the rearglass is now stronger and it comes in this frosted matte finish. It also integrates a glossycamera bump with three cameras. The whole back and the bumpis a single piece of glass that’s milled out. The iPhone 11 is the reverse. It has a glossy back andthe camera bump is matte. Now you know. I got a lot of questionsabout this matte finish and I think it’s really nice, especially in this newmidnight green color. It didn’t really pick up any fingerprints, but it does seem a tiny bit more slippery than the gloss back of the previous phones and the iPhone 11. 

But I also think most people are just going to stick this thing in a case, so it doesn’t seem like a huge issue. A lot of people also askedme if this matte finish will scratch easily, similarto the back of the Pixel 3, and so far the answer seems to be no. But we’re going to have tokeep an eye on it over time. Apple’s finally relented and included an 18W USB-C fastcharger with the Pro phones. So you get a USB-C toLightning cable as well. Now Apple’s USB-C chargeris not the smallest or prettiest charger out there. But anything is better thanthe slow 5W brick it’s been including foryears, so I’ll take it. So let’s get into these cameras.

Apple has a lot at stake here. Google and Samsung’s camerashave been outperforming the iPhone for a couple of years now. And Chinese phone makers, in particular, have been racing each otherto add an endless array of photography features. If you’re in the US, you’reprobably locked into iMessage and no camera is goodenough to make you switch. But Apple doesn’t have thatadvantage in big markets like Europe and China. Everyone uses WhatsApp and WeChat, and switching from iOS toAndroid is much easier.

 So Apple’s added a bunch of features that first appeared on Android phones. There are three camerason the iPhone 11 Pro. 

The telephoto camera hasthe same basic sensor, but a faster f/2.O lens. The main camera has the same f/1.8 lens and a slightly better sensor. And there’s the new superfun ultra-wide camera, which is basically twice aswide as the main lens and f/2.4. And the f/2.2 front camera is now 12 megapixels, up from seven, and has a wider 24mm focal length so it can pull out toa slightly wider angle in landscape for selfies.

Apple’s also updated itssmart HDR processing system, which I was not very impressed with when I reviewed the iPhone XS and XR. 

The iPhone 11 cameras are anenormous improvement over the XS, and beat the Pixel and GalaxyNote 10 in most of our tests. 

This shot of Verge videoproducer, Mariya Abdulkaf, outside in bright sunlight shouldn’t be too hard for anycamera to do a good job with. And all these photos look basically fine. But zoom and do 100 percent crop and the improvement from the iPhone XS to the iPhone 11 main camera is stunning. The iPhone 11 is way sharper,with way more detail. I also think the iPhone11 does a way better job than the Note 10 and it’sa little better to my eye than the Pixel 3. 

This improvement is due to something Apple’s calling semantic rendering. Basically, Smart HDRrecognizes what’s in the image and renders it appropriately. I asked Apple to breakdown how it works for me and it basically goes like this: First, the iPhone startstaking photos to a buffer the instant you open the camera app.

So by the time youactually press the button, it’s captured four underexposed frames and the photo you want. Then it grabs one overexposed frame. This is all basicallythe same as the iPhone XS and the Pixel 3, except the Pixel doesn’tgrab that overexposed frame. Second, Smart HDR and semantic rendering then start looking for thingsin the photos it understands. Faces, hair, the sky, things like that. Then it uses additional detail from the under and overexposed frames to selectively processthe areas of the image it’s recognized.

 Hair gets sharpened, but the sky doesn’t. It just gets de-noised. Faces get relighted tomake them look more even and the iPhone knows tosharpen up your facial hair. Smart HDR is also less aggressivein flattening the photos. Highlights and faces aren’t corrected as aggressively as before because those highlights makephotos look more natural. But other highlights andshadows are corrected to regain detail.

Finally, the whole image issaved and you’ve got a photo. This all happens instantlyevery time you take a photo, which is a testament to how powerful Apple’s A13 processor really is. Here’s that final image we just took. You can see how the iPhone11 preserves more detail than the Pixel and Note inthe shadows and highlights, and just blows the iPhoneXS away in sharpness. The improvements to Smart HDR areapplicable across cameras. Here’s a quick comparisonof the ultra-wides in the 11 Pro and the Note 10. 

The Note 10 did a betterjob exposing the sky, but the 11 is just a muchsharper photo with more detail. You can see the same thing with selfies.

 The XS Max has pulled up shadows so much that it looks a little hazy, while the iPhone 11 evenlypulls up shadows in Mariya’s face, but preserves the contrastwith the background. The Note 10 did all kindsof goofy skin smoothing and the Pixel 3 looks great, but it has less detail than the iPhone. Just look at her eyelashes. Now there are places where the iPhone 11 didn’t win in our tests. The XS historically struggledwith backlit subjects. And while the 11 is adefinite improvement, this photo is really blue. And there’s basically nodetail in Mariya’s face. I think the Note actually didthe best overall job here. And I think the Pixel doesthe best job in low light, but the iPhone isn’t bad. It’s a lot better thanthe XS was last year. Apple’s promised a newmode for these situations called Deep Fusion, which is supposed to ship later this year, but I wasn’t able to test it.


If it improves photostaken in this kind of light, then the iPhone will basically pull ahead in every situation. Apple also added a Night mode this year and it’s really impressive. It preserves a ton moredetail than the Pixel. It comes on automatically in the dark and suggests an exposuretime, which you can tweak or turn off if you want. The Pixel photo here looks more dramatic, but look a little closer. 

The iPhone has preserved all of the detail in the brick and graffiti,which is basically gone in the Pixel shot. 

Both of these Night modephotos look pretty similar, but look at all the extradetail in the bushes in the iPhone shot. Same with this shot. All in all, I think theiPhone 11 camera does better in bright light thanthe Pixel 3 and Note 10, and the Night mode beats the Pixel 3 more often than not. If this promised DeepFusion update improves medium- to low-light performance as much as Apple says it will, the iPhone 11 will once again be the smartphone camera to beat.  Alright, so we’re going tohead out in New York City and we’re going to testagainst the Note 10, the Pixel 3, and the XS tosee who does video best. We started out at the water and immediately you cansee the color differences between the cameras.The Pixel leaned into the warm tones, while Samsung muddied the mid tones.

 And the iPhone XS leanedinto the blues of the sky, while the 11 Pro balanced the warm andcool tones out the most. With the subject closer to the lens the Note 10 kept the flowers the sharpest, while the iPhone XS blurredthe background the most. Okay, we’ve got to test theaudio on all these phones. I’ll let you guys be the judge. Do I sound like the beautiful angel voice that I have, angelic voice? Of course, the answer is yes. But on these phones, who’s to say? In low light, Apple isn’t afraid of underexposing the blacks, whereas Samsung andGoogle will bring them up. 

Now the 11 Pro does doa lot more smoothing to compensate for all of thenoise this typically creates. The front-facing cameraon the iPhone 11 Pro did a great job of balancing my skin tone and just the exposure in general. Even against this large neon light source. But it wasn’t as sharp as the Note 10. Now all these comparisons are great, but chances are you won’t berecording on all of these phones side by side at the same exact time. So let’s just talkabout the iPhone 11 Pro.

The front-facing camera now records in 4K and the “slofie” is exactlyhow you’d imagine it. You’ll use it once and probablynever touch it again. The video from the rearcameras, though, is really good. Like, in perfect light, it’shonestly just impressive. Switching between lensesis pretty seamless in terms of color accuracy and exposure. And you can use the dial method or just tap the lenseson the screen to switch. Now you can’t switch betweenlenses when you shoot in 4K60. So make sure you set 4K30 or lower if you’re going to be doing that. 

The ultra-wide angle lens looks super cool even with the crazy distortion. But there is no image stabilization, which shouldn’t be aproblem because naturally, the wider the lens,the less need for that. Both the telephoto and widelens keep your shot stable and pretty sharp for a sensor their size. The color is punchy and pretty saturated and in perfect lighting,you, too, can have that “shot on iPhone” look. But in low light, even the iPhone 11 Pro, when viewed on a screenlarger than its own, succumbs to noisy blacksand haloed highlights. My big issue, though, why do I have to leave the camera app to change the frame rates? It’s not intuitive andit’s just time-consuming. 

Apple, just put it in the app. iPhones have always had great video, but the video on the 11 Pro is the best I’ve seen ona smartphone to date. And the gap is only getting bigger. Enough of me, back to Nilay. – The screen on the iPhone11 Pro is a new OLED that Apple is calling theSuper Retina XDR display.

There’s still a notch and Apple is still doing fancy, rounded corners and uniform bezels, which no one else in the industryhas really managed to match. Those bezels are still pretty big, though, especially compared to somethinglike the Galaxy Note 10. This is the third year ofthe basic iPhone X design and Apple’s competitorshaven’t been sitting still in trying to beat it. The big upgrades to thescreen are around brightness and power efficiency. Basically, the screen can geta lot brighter than before and it also uses up to 15 percentless power, according to Apple. 

Now in typical situations, Apple says the iPhone 11 Pro display can go up to 800 nits of brightness and that when you’re watching HDR content, the highlights will peak at 1,200 nits. In normal situations, I don’tthink you’re going to notice it. I’ve never had a problem looking at my iPhone XS display outside. But it’s a huge and obvious improvement when you’re watching HDR movies. I never really bought the idea that previous iPhonedisplays were Dolby Vision, but the iPhone 11 Prodisplay kind of pulls it off.

It’s hard to capture this on video, but it’s just a lot brighter and punchier on the 11 Pro display compared to the XS. The Note 10 displaydefinitely looks as bright, but the iPhone’s color processing looks way more natural to me, especially with Apple’sTrue Tone system turned on. Of course, Apple and Googleare still in a fight over video codecs, so you can’twatch any 4K or HDR content on the iPhone 11 Pro from YouTube. So this video is not in4K if you’re watching on an iPhone. Sorry about that. Apple has also updatedthe audio on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, with somethingthey’re calling spatial audio.

 It’s basically a surround decoder. If you’re watching a Netflixmovie with Adobe 5.1 sound or game encoded in 7.1,you’ll get virtual surround from the stereo speakers. The iPhone 11s also support Dolby Atmos, which is a little silly forstereo speakers, but it’s there. There’s also standardwide stereo support like last year for everything else. All in all, the iPhonespeakers sound really loud and generally better than ever. There’s no more 3D Touchon the iPhone 11 Pro, it’s been replaced by whatApple calls Haptic Touch, which is basically justlong pressing on things with haptic feedback. In most places, you won’treally notice it’s gone and some things are actuallya little easier to figure out.


Opening the camera from the lock screen feels the same to me. Rearranging icons on the home screen is a little simpler to figure out since there’s a contextmenu that pops up now. Peeking at links in Safari is a little different in iOS 13, but it’s also a little simpler. The only place I truly missed3D Touch was the keyboard. You could press downanywhere on the keyboard to move the cursor around on the XS, but with Haptic Touchon the iPhone 11 Pro, you can only press andhold on the space bar. Now, I never really realizedhow many times a day I used that one specific 3DTouch feature and I missed it.

 But if the trade-off is that there’s more room insidethe case for a bigger battery, I’m fine with it. Apple claims the iPhone 11Pro lasts four hours longer than the iPhone XS, andthat the iPhone 11 Pro Max lasts five hours longer than the XS Max. As I mentioned earlier, it’s really hard to test those claims. Apple doesn’t run a strict battery test that we can just repeat. Instead, it’s getting that number by taking its huge dataset of iPhone usage and applying it to a model of the new phone. So you’ll notice that the onlyhard numbers Apple publishes are like hours of video playback. Simple tests of a single task, which isn’t how anyone uses a phone.

All that said, the batterylife on the iPhone 11 Pro has been impressive. I’ve been using an 11 ProMax as my primary phone for the past week, and it has consistentlyrun for 12 to 14 hours on a single charge. And about 10 hours of screen-ontime, off the charger, is reported in battery settings. That is a huge improvement over my XS Max, which generally runsfor eight to nine hours on a single charge. The smaller 11 Pro hasbeen just as impressive. That’s the phone Beccaused for her testing and it still had 50 percent of its battery left the morning after she shother part of the review. It turns out a slightly thicker phone with a bigger battery wasthe right move after all. 

Inside the new iPhone 11 Pro, there’s the new A13 Bionic processor which, as usual, benchmarksfar above the competition. There’s a lot of headroomhere for things like AR, games, and high-end photo and video apps, but it’s not like the A12 Bionicin the iPhone XS is slow. Most of this extra power will be useful towards the end of this phone’slife, not the beginning. Face ID is a little bit fasterand works at more angles, but it’s not particularly dramatic, it just works a little bit better.

I think this is the bestkind of iterative update. It made a thing thatwas already pretty good a little bit better, and anything that makessecuring your phone a little bit better is great. And most intriguingly, there’s a new chip inside theiPhone 11, it’s called the U1, which does precise positioning using an ultra wideband radio. Apple says the forthcoming iOS 13.1 update will allow you to just point the phone at another U1 device to put it at the top of your AirDrop list. But none of that worksyet, so we’ll just have to see. 

Obviously, the iPhone 11 Pro runs iOS 13 and I have to tell you,iOS 13 is pretty buggy. I saw all kinds of glitches and crashes during my week of testing, andiOS 13.1 is already in beta and scheduled for wide releaseby the end of this month. So it really seems likeApple just squeaked this thing out the door andis racing to fix bugs. I asked Apple about some of these glitches and they told me they’realways fixing bugs and iPhone owners generally auto update. But if you’re on thefence about upgrading, you might want to wait untilsome of these bug fix updates actually ship. Assuming all the bugs get fixed, the biggest new featurein iOS 13 is Dark Mode, which is very nice. But otherwise, this is alot of tiny little updates. There’s a swiping keyboard now. Reminders is a much better app.

There are better photo editing tools and you can edit videos as well. Apple Maps keeps getting atiny bit better every year. Siri’s voice is slightly smoother. It’s a lot of little thingsthat add up into a big update, but if you handed thisphone to someone using iOS 12, they might not even noticeunless Dark Mode was on. The iPhone 11 Pro starts at$999 with 64GB of storage, which doesn’t seem likequite enough for that price. And the 11 Pro Max starts at $1,099. You can spec the Pro Maxall the way up to $1,449 with 512GB of storage, which means that you canpay an awful lot of money for this phone if you want to. If you’re in the iOS ecosystemand it’s time to upgrade, it’s a pretty tough choice this year. The standard iPhone 11offers almost everything you get from the Pro for $699. And I think most peopleshould get the iPhone 11. You’ll still get the improved main camera, the fun new ultra-wide lens,the A13 processor, and iOS 13, and all the rest. The extra money for the Pro basically buys you a far superior display, a telephoto camera, andimproved LTE performance. And if you want a smaller phone, the iPhone 11 Prois a little bit smaller than the iPhone 11, which seems a tiny bit unfair to people who want a smaller phone. The entire lineup isstill pretty big, though.

So if you’re hoping forsomething to replace that aging iPhone SE, you’re not going to loveany of these options. I’m very picky about displays and cameras, so I’m going to get an iPhone 11 Pro. In fact, the cameras onthe iPhone 11 and 11 Pro are so improved that I think they’re worth the year-over-year upgradefrom last year’s models for the first time in a long time. Add in the improved batterylife and the iPhone 11 Pro stands out as a majorstep forward from the XS and one of the bestflagship phones of the year. Or it will be, when Apple fixes iOS 13. Hey everybody, this was obviouslythe iPhone 11 Pro review.

We also reviewed the iPhone 11, that was a fun collabwe did with Dieter Bohn. Watch both videos, they’reboth on the channel, and then let me know which of these phones you think you’re going to buy or if you’re waiting for the Pixel 4.


October 30, 2020

IPhone 11 review full information this phone.

Hello friends welcome to Hindibloganish.com today I am going to (today I am going to Review iphone 11)}

I’ll make this simple for you, if you’re an iOS person andit’s time to get a new phone and you don’t want to spend $1000, you should get an iPhone 11. 

It’s a really good phonewith one of the best cameras I’ve ever seen on a smartphoneand excellent battery life. Apple’s also droppedthe price by 50 bucks. The iPhone 10 R started at 749 and the iPhone 11 starts at 699. That doesn’t mean theiPhone 11 is a perfect phone or that it even has all of the best specs and features that you can get.


It doesn’t, but it shines where it counts and it’s totally fine everywhere else. And, if you do wanna liveon the bleeding edge of tech you can spend $300 moreand get an iPhone 11 Pro which I reviewed it in another video. But I think most peoplelooking for an iPhone upgrade, don’t need to overthink this. Just get an iPhone 11, you’ll be happy. Lemme tell you why.

 The iPhone 11 isfundamentally the S update to last years very popular iPhone 10 R. It has the same design,the same 6.1 inch 720p LCD with fancy rounded corners,the same biggish bezels and the same aluminum body. From the front it looks almostexactly like an iPhone 10 R. But, Apple says it’s made the glass on the front and the backa little bit stronger, the water resistance is a little better and the camera bump on theback is now milled right into the glass, which is kinda neat.

And, it comes in a bunchof new pastelly colors. This lavender one we have looks very nice. The whole design isstill a little surfboardy and it’s definitely not small. If you’re looking toupgrade from an iPhone SE this thing is gonna feel huge. But really, the only major difference is between the iPhone10 R and the iPhone 11 are the cameras, theslightly better battery life and the new processor. There’s a bunch of otherlittle things that we’ll get to but that’s really what you need to know. And, it’s $50 cheaper, this is not exactly the hardest review I’ve ever had to do. But Verge executive editor, Dieter Bohn has been using an iPhone10 R for the past year. 

And he’s also been testingthe iPhone 11 this week. So, I called him up to see what he thinks. (ringing) (beeping) All right, let’s start with battery life. You’ve been using the10 R for the past year. Apple says the 11 gets anhour longer than the 10 R, what do you think? – I mean, I bought the10 R in the first place because I didn’t wanna haveto worry about battery life. So, I didn’t it just lasted all day and the iPhone 11 also lasts all day, I don’t have to worry about battery life. I think it’s a little bit betterbut I don’t know for sure. And look, like you couldmaybe kill this thing in less than a day but you’dreally, really have to try.

I think the battery life is great. What is not great, is thefact that there’re still in the box, including thatdinky five watt charger. – I feel strongly thatI could make you go on a USB-C rant here, but I won’tdo that to everyone else. Instead, I’m gonna askyou about the camera. Now, I think Apple’sactually pulled it off and they’ve done an amazingjob with the camera. They’ve pulled ahead of thePixel, what do you think? – So, I actually wanna start with the hardest possible situation that I could figure out, or close to it. So, this is the iPhone11 versus the Pixel 3. It’s zoomed in a little bit more than 2x and it’s night mode and you can see that the iPhone 11 really holds it’s own.

 It still really wantsto bring up the shadows but it’s right there with the Pixel. Now, here’s another one,this is the iPhone 11 versus the Pixel 3 again and herethe iPhone 11 just nails the tones and the colors where the Pixel 3 just looksunnaturally bright and weird. So, I much prefer the iPhone 11. – You know I’ve been sayingfor months on The Vergecast now that I think the iPhone 10 S looks bad and then Apple’s HDRwas kinda bad last year. But I think they reallyimproved it this year. It’s so much more willingto let shadows be shadows and highlights be highlights.

They’re doing thissemantic rendering thing, where they’re processing the hair and the sky and faces differently. I think it really works. Here’s a photo of Moya, that honestly I thinkcould be the entire review. The 10 S Max is kinda blurry,it’s lost a lot of detail. The 11 is super sharp,there’s a ton of detail and it’s just renderedthe shadows and highlights so much more effectively. It’s kind of a wash with the Pixel but I actually prefer the 11. – You know, in additionto the detail thing, I’m just happier with theiPhone 11’s color choices. So, here’s a portrait modeof 11 versus the 10 R. And the 10 R just thinksthat yellow counts as natural and that’s not right. The iPhone 11 actually is way better but if you look closely, aweird thing you’ll see is the iPhone 11 seemed to doa worse job on the cutouts on portraits, it reallyscrewed my glasses up. – So, that’s really interesting because the 11 has two lenses on the back. So, it’s actually usingtwo cameras to figure out the depth map while the 10 Ris just doing it in software.

I actually asked Apple about this and they were pretty surprised. They think obviously the11 should do a better job and they told me theyspecifically spent time working on glasses this year. So, this is one of those thingswhere we’re just gonna have to see if software improves it over time. But it is very strange that the 10 R is doing a better job with your glasses. 

But, tell me about theultra-wide in general, I’ve been having funwith it, how about you? – [Dieter] So, I know there’sthis huge argument now that they added a second lens to the 11, so should they have added atelephoto or an ultra-wide and I am fully on team ultra-wide. I think it is way more usefulthan just a 2x telephoto. So, for example here isa photo of a vineyard the standard wide and the ultra-wide and I just like the ultra-wide way better. – So, I agree with you that the ultra-wide is the right call over the telephoto. But, where I disagree is inhow much I’ll actually use it.

The ultra-wide has a slowerlens, it’s got a smaller sensor. I’m just way less impressedwith these photos. So, while it’s really fun,I think it’s actually better to use the main camera and just back up. And I think it’s way easierto back up than zoom in, that’s just a fact. – That’s just not true at all. It’s way easier to walkthree steps forward and get a better you know telephoto, get a better zoom in thanit is to walk backwards. I dunno where you take photosbut it’s in weird places. – I mean, backwards isbetter than forwards, it’s just obviously true. (laughing) When we were out shootingBec and Alix took a ton of slofies. Here’s one, I don’t wannatalk about it at all really. But, video on iPhones has been better than on Android phones for a long time. 

This seems like it’s increasing the gap. You’ve been testing alot of Android phones, what do you think? – So man, the only Androidphones that are anywhere near in the same league as theiPhone are Samsung phones, like the Note 10 or the Galaxy S10. And even though they’re in the same league they still lose basically every time. And, I know that thePixel 4 is coming soon and I don’t wanna pre-judge it here, but let’s just say right now, the iPhone is definitely the best camera for video. – Yeah, I think thatPixel 4 kinda looms over this whole thing, but it’s not out yet.

It’s leaked all over theplace, but it’s not out yet. We’ll just have to test it when it comes. So, you’ve been using a 10 R for the year. You’ve had the 11, what doyou think, worth the upgrade? – I mean, it reallydepends on how you feel about the camera on your current phone and maybe the battery life andif you have something older than a 10 R it’s totally worth it. And actually, hang on aminute, I’ve got stuff to do this is your review,you should go finish it. (beeps) – That was really quite rude. There’s really not that much to say about the iPhone 11’s display. It’s the same LiquidRetina LCD as last year with the same specs andthe same kinda thick bezel. Liquid Retina is just Apple’s fancy name for how it curves LCD cornerswith microscopic apertures. 

This is a 326 dpi, 720pLCD and it looks like one. It simply doesn’t have thedeep blacks of an OLED display which means the new Dark Mode in iOS 13 doesn’t look as good as it could. And, it’s definitely lower resolution than the iPhone 11 Pro’s. The good news is that AppleLCD’s are typically great and this display is typically great. Unless you really deeplycare about displays, it’s more than fine. Last year I said the onlyreason to spend $250 more on the iPhone 10 S over theiPhone 10 R was the display. And, I feel the same way this year. Only now it’s a $300 jump. It’s definitely worth it to me, but I recommend going and looking at them for yourself to decide. Like the iPhone 10 R there’sno 3D touch on the iPhone 11. Apple’s replaced it withit calls Haptic Touch. Which is really just a fancy name for long-pressing on things.


I really miss 3D Touch to preview links and scoot the cursoraround using the keyboard but I adjusted quickly and long-presses are a little simpler to understand and they’re gonna be a littlebit more consistent across other iOS devices like the iPad now. Apple’s also updated the speakers on the iPhone 11 to have call spatial audio. Which is essentially avirtual surround decoder that supports Adobe 5.1, 7.1 and Atmos. I don’t know if I’mever gonna be convinced that stereo speakers on a phone are actually delivering surround sound, but these speakers sound greatand they are extremely loud. And, of course there’s no headphone jack and no headphone dongle in the box. So, just be ready for that. 

The iPhone 11 also has Apple’snew A13 Bionic processor which is both morepowerful and more efficient that the A12 Bionic in the iPhone 10 R. It’s also the same shapeas in the iPhone 11 Pros and it’s plenty fast. Although, the A12 Bionicwas pretty fast too and I couldn’t tell you that Inoticed some huge performance difference between the 11 and the 10 R. But, iPhones tend to stickaround for a long time and all that extra processorperformance is why. That headroom matters more towards the end of the phones life, notnow at the beginning. Face ID has slightlyimproved from the iPhone 10 R but it’s another thingyou might not even notice. It’s just a little faster than before and it works from a slightlylarger range of angles. I’ve come to really like Face ID, so any improvement is welcome. Especially if it encourages people to actually lock their phones.

The iPhone 11 also has Apple’snew U1 positioning chip in it, which uses an ultra-wideband radio to precisely locate the phone in relation to other U1 devices.

This will initially makeAirDrop a little easier but it doesn’t do anything yet. That feature will come with iOS 13.1 which is scheduled to shipat the end of the month. And that really brings me to iOS 13 in general which is pretty buggy in all of my iPhone review units so far. I’ve seen some weird glitches and app crashes during testing. 

And I’ve had to restart a couple times just to get things back on track. Apple told me some of thesethings will get cleaned up in iOS 13.1, but if you’recurrently happy with your phone I would not rush out to upgrade until we know iOS 13 had settled down, which should be soon enough. Assuming Apple cleans upthe rough edges of iOS 13, it’s basically a bunch ofsmall updates to iOS 12 that make things a littlecleaner and simpler. There’s a Dark Mode now, theShare Sheet’s a little nicer. The Photos app is a little more engaging and Reminders has been redesigned.

You can swipe to type on the keyboard now. It’s a bunch of stuff like that. But if you have any other recent iPhone you’ll be getting allof it as well shortly because you’ll be upgraded to iOS 13. We’ll have a full iOS 13review when it arrives so, keep an eye out for that. So, is it worth upgradingto the iPhone 11? If you’ve got an iPhoneolder than the 10 R and it’s upgrade time for you,I think the answer is yes. 

The camera is substantially improved and you’ll get vastly better battery life than anything aside from the iPhone 10 R. Those are the thingsmost people care about and Apple’s really delivered here. I’d only spend the extramoney on the iPhone 11 Pro if you really care about the display. I don’t think you’re missing out on much by not having a telephotocamera lens to be honest. Now I do, really care aboutdisplays, so I’m getting a Pro.

But I think most people will be very happy with the iPhone 11. That is, after Apple cleans up iOS 13. If you’re looking for an even deeper dive in the the iPhone 11 camera, go check out our iPhone 11 Pro Review. It has the same basic camerasystem as the iPhone 11 and we tested the hell out of it. Then, let me know, if you’re upgrading which iPhone are you gonna get? Or, are you gonna wait for something else?


Thursday, October 29, 2020

October 29, 2020

OnePlus 8 review full information

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Here’s the OnePlus 8, the OnePlus device for peoplewho want this year’s model, but maybe aren’t intosome of the wackier ideas that OnePlus is experimentingwith its Pro models. It starts at $699, which is$200 less than the Pro device that Dieter’s taking alook at in his review, but all of the OnePlusessentials are still here. It’s still got a great screen.


It’s still got great battery life. It’s fast charging, it’s still fast, and it’s take on Android isstill just as clean as ever. And you’re getting a screenwith a 90 hertz refresh rate, which is honestly, still so good that I wish it was astandard-issue feature for most modern flagships. Now, if you think that sounds like a fairly traditional OnePlus device, then you’re not wrong, but the difference thisyear is that with the 8 Pro, OnePlus has finally addressedsome of those issues that OnePlus fans have beenasking about for years. It’s a device that reallymakes a serious attempt to break the OnePlus mold. The OnePlus 8 hasn’t quitemade that same attempt, but it’s still a goodphone at a good price, which really begs the question, is a good OnePlus device that doesn’t break the mold worth it? Or do you need to spendthe extra money on the Pro?

But the OnePlus 8 is asolidly-specced device. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 865, starts with eight gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of storage, but I’ve been using a modelwith 12 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of storage. There’s 5G onboard, Wi-Fi6, all that good stuff, and that’s a lot of spec for $699. Especially compared to,oh, I don’t know, the, pretty much identicallypriced entry-level iPhone 11. So essentially, you’re gettingmost of the internal specs of the OnePlus 8 Pro in the OnePlus 8. The exception that OnePlusis keen to emphasize is that the Pro is using LPDDR5 RAM, while the 8 is using LPDDR4X, but I struggled to notice the difference in real-world usage.

I mean, the two phones even look damn near identical from the front because they both havethat same hole-punch, selfie cutout at thetop left of the screen. Yes, the 8 screen isever so slightly smaller at 6.55 inches, compared tothe 6.78 inches on the Pro, but the two phones arebasically the same width, so they don’t really feelany different to hold. I mean, seriously, when I wastaking comparison photographs, I occasionally forgot which one was which. I will say that the 8screen seems to curve ever so slightly less aroundthe sides of the device, which is maybe why I didn’t experience the accidental touch issuesthat Dieter had with the Pro, but honestly, it’s really subtle, and you have to really be looking for it to actually notice it.

All of which is to say, the OnePlus 8 is not a device to get if you’re after a smaller phone. Personally, I’d love tosee OnePlus experiment with a smaller device, but hey, maybe that’s just me. Of course, the screensaren’t actually identical. With the 8, you’re gettinga 1080p, 90 hertz display, with a peak brightness of 1100 nits. Meanwhile, the 8 Pro goesup to 1440p, 120 hertz, and 1300 nits peak brightness. But please, don’t letthis numbers-to-numbers spec comparison lead you to believe that the 8 has a bad screen. It doesn’t, it’s great,it’s bright, it’s vibrant, and it’s yet more evidence thatOnePlus really, really knows how to put the right display on a phone. Even compared to the 8 Pro, the 8’s display still feels smooth. It took me sitting withboth phones side-by-side to spot the difference, and even then, it wasn’t a night and day comparison. The phone feels nice and snappy to use. Apps open quickly, games run well. You’re getting a flagshipAndroid experience here. Oh, and OxygenOS is justas out of the way as ever, which is exactly what I want out of a manufacturer’s operating system.

I’m looking at you, LG. So I’ve been scurrying aroundthe issue for a little while, but what are the differences between the 8 and the 8 Pro that actually matter? Well, to my mind, thereare three main differences that you need to worry about, person who watches YouTubereviews of OnePlus phones. Namely, IP ratings, wirelesscharging and cameras. So let’s just come out and say it. The OnePlus 8 doesn’tdo wireless charging. It doesn’t do the fancy30 watt wireless charging, the OnePlus 8 Pro, and it doesn’t do the more basicfive watt wireless charging that basically every other flagship device does at this point. You already know if it’sa feature you want or not, so I’m not gonna labor the point too much other than to say that it’sstill a bit of a bummer.

It also doesn’t havean official IP rating, which wouldn’t be surprisingcoming from OnePlus, apart from the fact, thecompany has finally relented and actually added one to the 8 Pro. And yeah, the company claims that it’ll still survive being used in the rain and whatever, but come on. And also, finally, the camera’s different. So let’s dig in. There’s good news and there’s bad news contained within this triple-camera array, which consists of a 48megapixel main camera, a 16 megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a two megapixel macro camera. The good news is there’sno gimmick lens here. The bad news is you don’t get a zoom lens. The macro lens is tricky, and you also don’t get a main sensor that’s quite as good as the 8 Pro. It’s still 48 megapixels,which yeah, is the same, but long story short,it’s an older sensor, and it’s just, well, see for yourself. In bright conditions, Ithink it holds up well against both the OnePlus8 Pro and the Pixel 3 I happen to have for comparison’s sake. If you check out these shots I took during my government sanctionedwalk around the block, I’ll be well-pressed to tell a difference between the 8 and the 8 Pro,and the Pixel 3’s images have a slightly softer look in comparison. Look at this picture of acar and you’ll see the hedge behind it tints slightly yellower on the 8 compared to thePro, but look, it’s minor.

It’s after the sun goes down that things start to go badly for the 8. Things are just a lot brighterand clearer on the Pro. Faces can look a littlesmooth, weird and brightened, especially at night. Oh, and here’s some selfie shots, and OnePlus uses the same16 megapixel selfie sensor between the 8 and the Pro, so they’re aren’t many differences there, but there definitely seems to be some kind of skin brightening going on compared to my Pixel 3, especially considering it’s managed to correctly expose the sky behind me. Obviously, you don’t geta zoom lens with the 8, but you do get a macro lens and, (groans) I don’t really know how useful it is. Look, I’m not gonna deny thatunder the right circumstances, you can get a little bit more detail with the 8 than the Pro.

I took these two shotsfrom the same distance away with both phones with theirmacros modes turned on and let them do their thing, and sure enough, you cansee a little bit more detail in the shot from the 8, but other times, I straightup got a better macro shot out of the 8 Pro, even thoughit doesn’t have a macro lens, like with this horsehead on a Venetian mask, which I just couldn’tget the 8 to focus on no matter how hard I tried. Or if you’re more of a video person, then you can see foryourself what it looks like. 

This is from the 16 megapixelfront-facing camera. So the easy answer is that if you want the better camera setup, you gotta go Pro, especiallyif you want a zoom lens and better low-light performance. But the much harder question to answer is how well the modestly priced OnePlus 8 competes against similarly priced rivals. And let’s not forget, these include the entry-level iPhone 11, and honestly, I just don’tthink the 8 quite nails it. I can’t really complain aboutthe battery life in OnePlus 8. It’s got a 4300 milliamp hour battery, and I haven’t even been able to come close to running it down with a full day of use. Although, you can’t charge it wirelessly, it supports Warp Charge 30T, which can charge yourphone in around an hour. So this is a nice phone,but you already knew that.

It’s a OnePlus phone, at this point, there’s just certain thingsyou can kinda take for granted. It’s got a great screen, it’s wicked fast, it’s solidly built. It’s camera can standto be a little better, and for reasons that seemto apply only to OnePlus, it doesn’t support wirelesscharging or have an IP rating. So yeah, the OnePlus 8doesn’t really break the mold, but I don’t think thatmakes it a bad phone. It just makes it a littlepredictable at this point, but that makes for a hard choice. Do you go for thepredictable OnePlus phone, or do you spend $200 more for a device that definitely overcomes some of these long-standing issues? You’ll have to watch Dieter’sreview of the OnePlus 8 Pro for a complete look at that device’s strengths and weaknesses.

But a lot of the choicecomes down to this, is a $200 price premium worth it for wireless charging and IP rating and a slightly better camera? Because if it’s not, then theOnePlus 8 is a great phone. All right guys, thank you somuch for watching this review in these super weird times, and I truly hope you arestaying as safe and well as you can be at the moment. And check out the super janky camera setup that we’ve had to use as Alix has directed meremotely (laughs) from zoom. Anyway, thank you so much guys,and check out theverge.com for the full review of the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, see ya.


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