Today I got to look at a cool phone at MWC, but there was one in particular that really drew my attention.
And this is the Sony XY premium. Sony released a bunch of phones, including the A one X one ultra, which is their mid-range, and then their other flagship, the XY. Yes.
But I got my hands-on time with those two, so I’ll make a separate article on those. But for today, let’s focus on the XY premium. There were reasons why I was so drawn to this phone. And the first reason is that this is the world’s first 5.5 inches four K HDR display.
This thing has a crazy 807 pixels per age. If you remember, the Zevi premium had a Fourcade display. But if you look at them both side by side, you can see that the HDR makes for better colors on the panel and the XY premium is much brighter.
I’m pretty sure that’s gonna be the same Z fi premium where the UI is probably intended DP.
And then for K content gets supported in Sony’s own apps. But this hasn’t been confirmed. The other feature that really drew me in is that this camera can shoot video burse up to a crazy 960 frames per second.
This phone is still in preproduction when I checked it out so I couldn’t get them to show me the actual premium itself. But they demo this feature on the XII’s and I got to play around with it and it was nothing short of amazing. If you look, you can see the blades on the propeller, even though recorded in 720 P.
It was incredible a mobile phone do this. So how this works is that this is a brand new Exmoor are a sensor is 19 megapixels F 2.0. And this is a stacked sensor.
So the stack has memory built into it. So that’s how these 960 frames per second burst happen. You just hit it on the UI. You’ll see it only takes about a stint of what’s happening right there. And then it translates it to the super slow-mo.
I believe this is an industry first. The camera’s loaded laser and face detection autofocus, an infrared sensor that allows a sensor to just wipe balance on the fly.
Some really cool stuff. I personally am super excited to try out this new Exmoor are a sensor. Of course, it can shoot four K up to 30 frames per second.
And the front-facing camera is not too shabby 13 megapixel F 2.0, 22-millimeter wide-angle lens. It doesn’t look like this phone will be out until the summer, but there’s plenty to be excited about.
The design is incredible. In stunning colors.
It’s all covered in Gorilla Glass five. Of course, it’ll be a fingerprint magnet. So I’m sure DeBrand is doing this right now. But there’s a black color.
If you want to be a little more low-key, both of them could be used as mirrors, though. So, no need to carry one. If you buy this phone when it comes to specs, this phone is load. It has the newest OCTA core, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor with four gigabytes of RAM.
It’s IP 68. Water-Resistant has a micro SD card slot for easy expansion beyond the 64 gigs of internal storage. It runs Android 7.1.
Newgate has a 30030 mPower battery front-facing stereo speakers, which is awesome, and a USB type C port Char’s 3.0.
And besides it being a little bit bulky and the design being a little bit last-gen, I think this phone could be the one to beat in 2017.
So what do you guys think of the XY premium? I think it’s really going to be here.
Are you going to love the design? You’re going to hate it. I think that it’s not the most futuristic design. It definitely has four heads and a chin. My hands-on time with it, though. It feels super solid, constructed. So I can’t wait to get this one in for review.
And check out my other coverage from MWC and a lot more smartphone coverage. It’s just that time of year.
Xiaomi Redmi 9T Full Review/Cover By Hiba
Let’s move on to the redmi nineties cameras. The 8 megapixel ultra-wide is something you won’t find on the focal,3 of the rest are the same now a 40 megapixel quad on their main campus, a 2-megapixel micro camera, and a depth sensor.
The main cast photos come out at 12 megapixels, and during the day, performance is good with nice sharpness contrast and detail and decently wide dynamic range visible noise.
Portrait shots are taken with the primary camera that sensor, and these look great for this price range. Edge detection is very convincing, and the subject is exposed.
Now on to the sure what these photos have a color rendition that matches the main campus and the broader perspective is nice to have the quality here is nothing special for sort of Camden the photos are relatively soft and low in detail.
The 2-megapixel macro cameras are used to take close-up shots, and these are great. There’s no autofocus so getting a shopper so takes trial and error. You’ll need plenty of light to get something usable, and even then, the detail level leaves more to be desired.
There’s plenty of noise washed-out colors and low detail. The overall exposure is quite dark highlights are blown out turn on night mode, and many seconds of processing make a difference. The direction is brightened up, noise is well-controlled, colors look more lively, and shadows and highlights have more details.
Don’t expect a whole lot from the ultralight camp at night images are underexposed, low in detail, and often blurry there’s no night mode support to help things out either. So fees are taken with the 8-megapixel front-facing camera, and they have a decent amount of detail. they are noisy, the white balance is sometimes off, and the subject’s face can come out underexposed and soft.
The redmi 90 can record video and only up to 1080 P. resolution at 30 FPS. There is no stabilize in the quality from the central cam is. In grades, you get good contrast, but detail and sharpness are lacking, and that it may make ranges narrow with clipped highlights.
The sure why cameras footage is much the same story but with even more minor detail. So that’s the Xiaomi redmi 90. You get plenty of features like a splash-proof build for an entry-level price, a large full HD screen, loud stereo speakers incredible life.
And a versatile set of cameras, probably the significant shortcomings here are the mediocre chipset and lackluster camera performance at nights. Still, for this class of phone, these are par for the course.
And finally, between this and the poco M. 3, I would recommend the read me the price difference isn’t that much and even if you’re not a fan of this ultra-white can you do get an S. C.
And, of course, the splash perfect, come in handy someday. Thanks for watching, guys. Stay safe, and see you on the next one.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Review/Cover By Khola
Hey, what’s up? Guys will hear for the GSM arena show means redmi note 10 pro is a very popular and affordable mid-ranger.
But this is the cheaper version than the regular redmi note 10. and which ones you miss out on? Let’s find out in our full review.
Before we get started, all reviews of the 4 G. version of the redmi note 10 the 5 G. 1 have a more powerful chipset and some downgrades and other features to balance that out.
Yeah, it’s kind of confusing. The show me redmi note 10 brings a very similar-looking design to the redmi note 10 pros with a glossy back curved at the edges snazzy-looking camera agent.
The no 10 is a bit smaller and feels lighter in hand, and his back is made from plastic, not gorilla glass, but even though it is a bit less premium, the redmi note 10 still brings IP 53 dozen splash resistance.
What isn’t so common at this price on the front is a 6143-inch ammolite display with a 1080 P. resolution and gorilla glass 3 protection. Unlike the pro, you get just a standard here, this screen is quite nice.
You get good sharpness, and the blacks are pretty deep. typical of all LED panels colors look nice and can be pretty accurate depending on your color setting, Max’s brightness is decent. We measured 400 75 minutes with the slider and a boost up to around 618. It’s automotive.
For audio, the redmi note 10 brings a pair of stereo speakers which are balanced. The top one is loud the bottom. They’re not loud the speakers on the pro version but still scored on our charts.
You can plug in headphones to the 3.5 millimeters Jack too, and there’s support for FM radio with unplugged it. Another popular feature you’ll find on the redmi note 10 is expandable storage through a dedicated slot on top of the 64 or 128 gigs onboard, something you won’t get here is an S. C. support.
The pro version and many competitors do provide the interface of the redmi note tennis show me some U. Y. 12 on top of Android 11.
We’ve seen me Y. 12 on many, many devices since it debuted last year, and it remains the same. Regardless of the android version.
some of its key features include the option to keep your apps and in-app drawer or on the home screen.
And you can opt to split the standard notification shade into a panel just for notifications, and one for the quick toggle options called the control panel.
Since the screen isn’t allowed, there is support for an always-on display to show your time and notifications. It’s pretty customizable, and waking up and unlocking the redmi note 10 can be done with the side-mounted fingerprint reader slash power.
But it’s placed and swift and reliable. At the heart of the redmi note, 10 is a snapdragon 678 chipset built on an 11-nanometer process. It’s just like the snapdragon 675 we’ve seen in other mid-Rangers, but with a slightly higher CPU clock speed performance-wise, it’s a bit better too.
But still, on the lower end of the charts, As benchmark scores go, this chipset is just not powerful as the snapdragon 700 series ones. We see in many competitors performance is decent can feel on the slow side at times.
Powering the device is a large 5000 power battery, and battery life. Still not very competitive, the redmi note 10 scored an endurance rating of 100 and 10:00 hours number 5 cherry tests. But on top of that, charging speed is quite fast.
The fastest in this class. The bundle 33 what charger to this big battery from 0 to 65 percent and half an hour.
There are 4 cameras on the back of the redmi note 10 a 40 megapixel, quite bare primary camera phase detection autofocus and 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle can I. 2 megapixel macro camera and a depth sensor.
12 megapixel shots from the primary camera are sharp and detailed for the class with impressive dynamic range true-to-life colors. The No 10 pro is quite proficient in taking portrait photos. Edge detection is good, and the bow okay affects the most convincing plus.
You get a level of detail and natural-looking skin tests. The ocean Y. camera is competitive for this price range is the photos are a bit softer than the main campus, but the color reproduction is the same, plus the distortion correction does a great job.
Close-up photos taken with the macro camera are okay. There’s no autofocus here like last year’s model, so getting a sharp picture takes some trial and error, and while the colors look nice, you don’t get a ton of detail at the 2-megapixel resolution.
At night photos from the main can have mostly good contrast and colors, and the HDR does a decent job bringing out detail from the shadows, but the heavy noise suppression wipes out the overall fine details.
If you turn on night mode, you get more ballots, shadows, and highlights, and the fine detail is restored. It’s a heavily process look, but everything looks more apparent, and the processing time is just about the primary photo mount.
Low light photos from the ultralight camera are soft and noisy and have a narrow dynamic range, there’s no support for night mode on this camera either. Self fees are taken with a 13-megapixel front-facing camera, and these look good. The subject’s face comes out exposed regardless of background.
And there’s a decent amount of fine detail. Videos can be recorded with the primary camera up to 4 K. resolution at 30 FPS by stabilization is only supported in 1080 P. 4 K. video has good contrast and low noise. Still, the colors are a big plant and animal cringes narrow with clip highlights.