I shall start by saying this - dual-camera smartphones are all the rage these days. I've seen many people looking for a new smartphone, and one of their criteria is "must have dual-camera". While it is arguably one of the newest feature offered at the hardware level, there are major misconceptions about these dual-camera smartphones. Let's DEBUNK all of them here!
When was the last time you took a picture and said: "awww, that's such a nice shot but it was not in focus"? I'm pretty sure most of us have dealt with a similar situation - and Huawei's dual camera system is going to fix that with their Wide Aperture mode.
It's the battle of the flagships between the two giants from Asia - Huawei's latest P10 and P10 Plus with Samsung's highly-anticipated Galaxy S8 and S8+! Here's a comparison on what we currently know, and what you should know.
Over the course of the last 6 months or so, it's clear that OPPO has a new mantra when it comes to smartphone's cameras. The camera evolution is rather obvious, but it tells us more than just a simple "transformation".
As many of you might know, I had fun with the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017). It's a phone that I genuinely had ideas on how to take advantage of its features to do something new. Today, I'm going to show you what I did with the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) - underwater photography.
Today, we'll be taking a look at some of these smartphones available in the market. They all are below the RM1,500 price point, and it's interesting to see these are the most appealing choices now. Here are the smartphones - the ASUS ZenFone 3, Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016), Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016), and also the OPPO F1s.
Battery life. For us all in the current generation of mobility, battery life is one of the most crucial factor in deciding a purchase. Want a larger battery? Be prepared to make some trade-offs. However, this issue might be diminished, thanks to modern technology.
In universities, we’ve always been told that academicians will never accept any sort of citations or information quoted from Wikipedia. The main reason – as far as I’ve been told – is because they’re entirely crowdsourced, and not by “experts”. Sure, not everyone is an expert by profession. Consider this though – there are many non-certified people who are better than most of us when it comes to the subject at hand.