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Huawei’s Vice President, Li Xiaolong explains the lower DxO result

Huawei P30 Pro is the company’s flagship phone which was released last month at an occasion in Paris, France. It comes with a quad-camera option and top-of-the-line specifications and has almost everything that you expect in a cameraphone. Although the cameraphone ships with an impressive set of image sensor hardware, the DxO scores for the video part isn’t impressive. For the photo, P30 Pro scores 119 points and sits on top of the list. However, for Video, it scored 97 points, what is a point lower than its predecessor. Now, Li Xiaolong, Vice President of Huawei’s phone device line, spoke about the issue of Huawei P30 Pro video recording scores during an interview with the media. He says that DxO believes that 4K mode greatly improves the resolution but the manufacturer does not regard 4K as the default mode. huawei p30 pro Huawei believes that making 4K default isn’t the perfect setting for the users and hence, the default for video of P30 Pro is Full-HD 30FPS which the company says is much better and is a lot more widely used. He adds that the manufacturer isn’t targeting DxO scores. The Huawei P30 Pro attributes a 6.47-inch Full HD+ curved OLED screen. It does not have an earpiece and instead, it uses Acoustic Display Tech which emits sounds through the panel using magnetic levitation. Under the hood, the product is fueled by the company’s own HiSilicon Kirin 980 octa-core cpu along with 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal memory. There is also support for storage expansion using Huawei’s NM Card. Huawei has redesigned the tray: rather than a SIM tray where the two SIMs and or the NM Card are side-by-side, the tray of the P30 series is designed to fit in one Nano SIM on top and the NM Card or a second Nano SIM underneath. In terms of optics, the P30 Pro has 4 image sensor scanners on the back screen – a 20MP f/2.2 ultra wide angle lens, a 40MP f/1.6 wide-angle lens, an 8MP f/3.4 5X telephoto, and a ToF depth-sensing camera. For selfies, it comes with a 32MP scanner with AI HDR+. The IP68 rated cameraphone Furthermore comes with an in-screen fingerprint sensor what is claimed by the manufacturer to be 30% faster than that of the previous generation. The P30 Pro operates on Android 9 Pie-based EMUI 9.1 custom interface and is powered by a 4,200mAh battery with support for 40W fast-charging and support for 15W wireless quick charging.

iPhone 8 allegedly runs Geekbench, destroys the competition

While it may arrive later than you'd want, the iPhone 8 is shaping up to be a beast when it comes to the raw performance of its chipset. Today a leaked screenshot surfaced in China purporting to depict the results obtained by the iPhone 8 after running Geekbench 4.0. You can see that screenshot to the left, and if you're a benchmark fanatic you already know what those numbers mean: the iPhone 8 has absolutely destroyed the competition. Let's take them one by one. Its single-core score of 4,537 is 30% better than what the iPhone 7 was able to achieve. What about the Android...

Vivo V1838A full specifications spotted on TENAA

In the recent past, TENAA telecom body from China had approved the Vivo V1829A/T smartphone. The V1829A/T is expected to first public appearance as the Vivo X27. Furthermore, the Vivo 1831A/T smartphone that was recently approved by TENAA is rumored to launch as Vivo S1. A new Vivo smartphone with model number Vivo V1838A has been spotted on TENAA today. The specification of the V1838A listed on TENAA reveals that it attributes a weaker chipset and lower triple digital camera sensors than the Vivo V1829A/T Vivo X27 smartphone. The rest of the technical specs of both handsets are identical. Hence, it looks that the Vivo V1838A might be a lower edition of the Vivo X27. The shots of the Vivo V1838A are not in the world yet on its TENAA listing. However, it seems to be to be featuring the exact 6.39-inch notch-less AMOLED screen with full HD+ resolution which includes the Vivo X27 and Vivo V15 Pro smartphone. The display of the smartphone is embedded with a fingerprint sensor. The handset measures 157.66 x 74.26 x 8.95mm and it might weigh 188.3 grams. The TENAA listing states that it will be in the world in Gold color. The Vivo V1838A is powered by 2.0 GHz octa-core cpu. The Vivo V1829A/T Vivo X27 has 2.2 GHz octa-core processor onboard what is nothing however the Sd 710 mobile platform. Thus, the Vivo 1838A that is speculated to first public appearance as a lower edition of Vivo X27 could be fueled by Sd 675. Vivo X27 leaked picture The minimum capacity of Vivo V1838A is of 3,920mAh, however its usual dimensions might be 4,000mAh. It will carry support for rapid charging technology. It will be in the world in two models these types of as 6 GB RAM + 128 GB and 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage. The smartphone is loaded with Android 9 Pie Operation system. It lacks support for microSD card slot. Read also: LG G8 ThinQ pricing uncovered and pre-orders start from 15th March in South Korea The Vivo V1829A/T options 48-megapixel + 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel rear-mounted triple digital camera item and a frontal shooter of 16-megapixel. The newly approved Vivo V1838A cameraphone has 12-megapixel + 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel triple image sensor module and a selfie snapper of 16-megapixel. The selfie shooter can be in the world on the device as a pop-up camera which includes the Vivo V15 Pro. (source, via)

HTC releases first promo videos for the U11

HTC released three videos following the unveiling of the U11 on its YouTube channel. The first video reveals how the device was designed and built; the second shows us the most impressive features of the camera and the third is a delightful clip of hands squeezing objects, including the U11 itself. HTC went with the slogan "Designed to Stand Out" for the appearance of the HTC U11. The company says the phone was manufactured with "layers of highly refractive precious minerals" that were heated and bent under extreme pressure. The phone certainly looks great, and this type of build adds...

Oreo for Motorola Moto Z Play begins rolling out in US

The Motorola Moto Z Play has started receiving a new update in the US. Arriving as version OPN27.76-12-22, it's a major update that brings along Android Oreo OS. As you can see in the screenshot below, in addition to the usual Oreo goodies, the update also includes Android security fixes for the month of April. The Moto Z Play Oreo update started rolling out last month, with India becoming the first market to get it. It took over a month, but it's good the update has finally arrived in the US. The Moto Z also started receiving Oreo a few days ago. Via