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32 thoughts on “Camera 3:60 Episode 3 – Huawei P30 Pro camera review”

  1. First: the periscopic zoom is not exclusive to this shit. Oppo reno has it too.
    Second: S10+ has way better dynamic range than this thing I've tested it myself.
    Third: why is it making people look red?
    It's the last option for me when it comes to picking a camera phone.

  2. I abandoned Sharp and Sony smartphones in 2017 when I finally gave up on waiting for something reasonable from these brands to replace the models I'm using from the brands since 2008… Me and my family moved to Huawei, Oppo and Vivo, and thank goodness we made the right move… Innovation really is there and can be seen and felt, not only in camera performance, but also their fast charging, the design (such as multi colour/pattern back/rear panel), pop up cameras, reverse wireless charging and screen sizes… Next is 5G and those flexible/foldable phones from these brands, and we may consider adding a OnePlus to our list when replacement is due… Not sure of the noise people made in regards of wear and tear, cause the models we're using are closing in to their 2-year warranty end period and none have been sent in for servicing, battery life lost is expected but it's only around an hour off screen time plus few minutes off on standby… Our phones have also had their share of wet weather exposure due to tropical weather pattern, and they're not waterproof… Not gonna mention drop and roll, tlc treatment is provided but sometimes slipped or the urge to smash the phones do arises in various situations…

    We never had a Samsung nor an Apple smartphone in our lineup, and no regrets about it… In fact, it's exciting to watch and read about the noise made from their spectrum…

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