Huawei Mate 40 Pro Specifications

Huawei Mate 40 Pro Specifications

Huawei Mate 40 Pro Specifications – Going back to the dual curved screen used, it makes the device look stylish. But in fact function is more important than style. The sides of the device are prone to impact in the event of a fall and at the same time are extremely slippery. The plastic frame provided is still not enough to provide adequate protection as most of the sides are still exposed.

Last year the reason given was to provide a fully adjustable touch audio feature which I would say is not user friendly at all. This year complaints were heard and a physical voice -adjustable button was included on the right side. Physical buttons are much more responsive without having to double-tap first to display them on the screen. For those who prefer a touch adjustable voice system, you don’t have to worry as it is still included especially on those who are left -handed.

One of the earliest comments I saw on Amanz about this device was the use of an oval camera hole that was said to be too large. In fact, the Mate 40 Pro’s camera hole is smaller than the P40 Pro+. At the same time Huawei maintains the 3D face scanning system used since the Mate 20 Pro. Unlocking in the dark can be done without any problems and can also be done when the device is in a horizontal position.

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Praise is give to Huawei because this Face ID -like scanning system is support without including a large screen notch. Apple is proud of its smaller iPhone 12 notch this year. Huawei went one step further by not needing a notch without losing the face unlock function.

For the second year I would like to ask Apple; what are their reasons for keeping a big notch on the iPhone? The same question also wants me to ask why Face ID still doesn’t work when the device is horizontal. It can be done on iPad Pro and Huawei devices. No reasonable excuse has give to date.

The big issue last year also lay in the under -screen earbuds of the piezoelectric type that made phone calls sound less clear. This year a physical speaker is place on the top bezel as find on the Note20 Ultra. As a result call quality is ultimately in line with its status as a flagship gadget. VoLTE calls for example are very clear like talking to the person in front of you.

Vivo Y20s Achievements

Vivo Y20s Achievements

Vivo Y20s Achievements – Moving on to performance, the Vivo Y20s brings the same chips as the Vivo Y20, Realme C15 and Oppo A53 through the Snapdragon 460 chip generation. It is an eight -core chip that uses an 11nm -based build. It also uses the same GPU as the Snapdragon 662 chip, the Adreno 610. In addition, it is equipped with Multi-Turbo 3.0 technology and Ultra Game mode for a more immersive gaming experience. There is no other option for memory, instead it only comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. If this space is still not enough, there is still additional space up to the maximum limit of 256GB via microSD card.

We also had time to do some benchmarking tests on this smartphone. Where, the Vivo Y20s managed to score a score of 155,575 points for the Antutu test. Meanwhile, 255 points for the single -core test and 1,140 points for the multi -core test were through the Geekbench benchmark.

Initially, this smart gadget was seen to provide smooth performance. All daily activities such as scrolling, opening, closing and downloading applications can be done well. However, this situation starts to change when too many applications are opened at one time. Here, we begin to realize a significant time delay problem begins to occur.

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When scrolling is done, it is clear that it feels less smooth. The transition from one app to another also seems a bit slow. Then, to make matters worse he got stuck in some situations. For the first (mobile game), a smooth and good gaming experience can still be felt. But, the condition is that you are advised to play on basic graphics settings only. If you’re hoping for more, we can only say the performance was a bit disappointing.

In a simple sense, these Vivo Y20s are arguably not suitable for those who are the hardcore first type. On the other hand, just using it to play for fun can be said to be enough. Next, using the Vivo Y20s as a device for social media and web surfing is also tempting. The reason is, it is still able to perform the most basic functions of a smart device well.

Poco M3 Pro 5G Review Conclusion

Poco M3 Pro 5G Review Conclusion

Poco M3 Pro 5G Review Conclusion – The Poco M3 Pro is a more powerful variation to the Poco M3 launched late last year. The presence of this device is very suitable for the PKP period as a whole, as this device has good enough specifications to be used during PdPR sessions. While the official selling price is RM699 and RM799 for 4/64 GB and 6/128 GB, whoever buys during the launch promotion can get it at RM599/RM699. If you missed out on the official promotional sales, there are still many sellers selling official sets for less than RM600 at Shopee.

With a charging power of only 18W and a battery capacity of 5000mAh, the charging time is over 1 hour. That is around 1 hour 45 minutes or sometimes up to two hours, depending on the condition of the device such as temperature and so on. By having multiple chargers with adaptive charging support, the Poco gadget can be charged with any USB-C charger recognized by the USB standard. For example using a 30W ZMI charger with a USB-C cable; to the original ZMI USB-C import set, this device can be charged without any issues. Although the charger is not SIRIM -recognized because of the external set, the device will not explode or catch fire due to more modern and up -to -date internal components – rather than a four -year -old that is outdated and outdated.

With an FHD+screen, supporting a 90Hz refresh rate, having pretty good performance; an impressive camera, as well as a long -lasting battery; this device is among the best basic middle class devices you can all buy today. With the update promised to be given consistently for three years; it is well worth it and not many complaints can be given.


Unique design and premium look
The performance of the Dimensity 700 is quite powerful
90Hz screen that gives the illusion of faster performance
Long battery life
Updates up to three years
Pretty quality camera in its class

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LCD screen with thick chin
Still an inconsistent MIUI 12
Charging is only 18W
Poco logo is too large

Poco M3 Pro 5G Processing Quality

Poco M3 Pro 5G Processing Quality

Poco M3 Pro 5G Processing Quality – Don’t buy sardines, you want chicken too! The Poco M3 Pro 5G is a good and adequate device for basic tasks, especially for PdPR. While it has a good user experience and pretty good performance, it doesn’t mean it has the same capabilities as a flagship gadget. This means, don’t expect this device to be able to handle the first with a gaming experience with high graphics, smooth, and no problems.

It’s like you buy a laptop marketed for productivity purposes, but you complain about not being able to run video games at high settings. Asphalt 9 was among the first ones I tested, well run on medium settings. But there will be a slight sense of time lag and snagging at times. It is acceptable for a device in this class. Moreover with the selling price around 20% to 30% cheaper than the price of Mi 11.

In the Geekbench 5 test, the Poco M3 Pro 5G posted a score of 361/1013 for single-core and multi-core. When it comes to performance of single -core Dimensity 700 score is 38.7% and is 30.6% lower than the Snapdragon 888’s multi -core performance (Mi 11). In the Antutu 3D test, it recorded a score of 316,148 and is around 44.7% of the score recorded on the Snapdragon 888 (706,990 marks)

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The Poco M3 Pro actually has only one camera you can really use, which is 48MP. The other two 2MPs are just gimmicks and don’t seem to help even for the picture result. It has no optical zoom support, no OIS support, no interesting features like the more expensive Poco device-the Poco F3. The selfie camera is only 8MP.

Even so, it’s a bit surprising that the picture results on this device aren’t bad; or the more rude words rubbish. In fact, we ourselves were surprised that this device has quite interesting and best picture quality. See the selfie image above for examples of normal mode, portrait mode and portrait mode with beauty mode enabled. The results are quite encouraging. Normal mode is able to preserve details well, portrait mode is also quite neat for devices in this category.

Sony Xperia 1 II Review Conclusion

Sony Xperia 1 II Review Conclusion

Sony Xperia 1 II Review Conclusion – When reviewing the Xperia 1 II, we installed the song “Sayang Semuanya Sudah Terlambat” sung by Shidee because it is very suitable for this device. Too bad it was launched too late so the specs that looked indecent in February 2020 were left behind in November 2020. Bad because the unique body design caused problems to use. Too bad again because the beautiful screen for watching movies is not compatible for other uses. The last pity is that at RM4999 the price is too expensive for the features offered.

Only hardcore Sony fans, users who need a Sony camera system and who want a twist will see the Xperia 1 II as the device of choice. For other users, there are many other devices on the market with better feature offerings at much more reasonable prices.

But praise we give to the same charging system as it can extend battery life. With batteries that are no longer removable, Battery Care can ensure battery life can last longer before losing the ability to store charge.

The gadget support gaming mode also bypasses the battery when the charger is connected. The device will suck power directly during the first session. The Xperia 1 II is a small part of the device that has this unique mode. The charging cycle is lower and the battery of the device can be used longer.


Devices with different designs from other devices on the market.
With high specifications it is extremely smooth to use.
21: 9 4K screen with the most beautiful color display of 2020.
Real stereo audio that is forward facing.
Still has a 3.5mm audio jack and special buttons for the camera.
Charging system that takes care of battery health.

Also Read: The Picture Quality of the Sony Xperia 1 II Is Undeniable 


The 21: 9 screen is too long for one -hand use.
The body vibrates too loudly when using the built -in speakers.
Slow camera performance like a middle class device.
Short battery life.

The Picture Quality of the Sony Xperia 1 II Is Undeniable

The Picture Quality of the Sony Xperia 1 II Is Undeniable

The picture quality of the Sony Xperia 1 II is undeniable – But this quality requires a sacrifice of time. The camera of this device is the slowest for the 2020 flagship device. The process of taking a picture and changing its mode is like using a middle class phone. The camera can only be reused one second after shutter debt is pressed. This is an issue we’ve been aware of on Xperia devices over the past three years.

Slow is not the reason the processor is not powerful but how the Xperia camera software works. The camera waits to focus before taking time to process the picture taken. The experience of using the camera is the same as using the Sony RX100 Mark IV digital camera in the office. Perhaps Sony feels, a slow camera is not an issue if the results are encouraging. But smartphone users are not the same as digital camera users. On smartphones speed is more important. This is an issue that has been around for years and we are confident it will not improve because at Sony quality is more important than quantity.

Also Read: Sony Xperia 1 II Usage And Software 


Video Recording

Not to end here, video recording will drain the battery quickly. Recording for 5 minutes at 4K resolution using the Cinema Pro app will consume 2% of the battery. The screen of a device that is always at 4K resolution results in a short recording period.

The quality of the pictures taken is not surprising. Traditionally the camera of the Xperia flagship gadget is indeed known for producing accurate colors and sharp images regardless of the situation. You can see for yourself what it says through the samples we’ve included below. Samsung devices produce pictures with more vivid colors that look fake. The iPhone, on the other hand, has a good dynamic range. Our Xperia camera feels like balancing these two flagship devices. The picture looks good enough that it doesn’t require a lot of editing before it can be shared to social media.

Sony Xperia 1 II Usage And Software

Sony Xperia 1 II Usage And Software

Sony Xperia 1 II Usage And Software – At the beginning of the unit reviews we received were still using Android 10 with the Native Android launcher. But when the review was written the update to Android 11 was given as a surprise causing this section to have to be rewritten.

No major changes were made by Sony gadget after the adoption of Android 11. The icons, interface, additional features and the way the device is used are parallel to all devices that use the native Android launcher. It’s neat, smooth and maybe we can say a little bored. Additional features provided are 21: 9 Multi Window and Side Sense.

With 21: 9 Multi Windows two applications are launched simultaneously with the same rectangular window size. His experience is very different

an 18: 9 screen device. There is more space to use two applications simultaneously. Side Sense is like Edge Panels on One UI devices. There are several quick app shortcuts, access 219 Multi Window, notifications and one -handed mode. This one -handed mode we use most often throughout the reviews as it is so awkward to use the Xperia 1 II.

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Body Faucet

The awkward body faucet of the device is so elongated; that it is difficult to balance it in the palm of the hand. Awkward again because it is difficult to access the part of the screen that cannot be reached by fingers. The one -handed mode saves the situation but in turn becomes so small that it feels wasteful.

The reason why this 21: 9 screen is used by Sony is to allow movie content; that is currently recorded at the same ratio to be displayed correctly on the screen. We understand but is it worth it at the expense of the ergonomics of device use?

The physical fingerprint scanner continues as does the audio jack. Sony has a variety of problems but the praise we give for staying with its own identity without being pressured to imitate other manufacturers.

Oppo A15 Achievements

Oppo A15 Achievements

Oppo A15 Achievements – As we said at the beginning of the article, the Oppo A15 uses the MediaTek Helio P35 chip. It is an eight -core chip that uses 12nm -based technology. It also uses the same GPU as the MediaTek Helio G25 chip which is the IMG PowerVR GE8320. There are no options for RAM and internal storage variations. The reason is that only one variant is sold in Malaysia, namely 3GB RAM (LPDDR4x) and 32GB internal storage. For those of you who need additional storage, MicroSD cards up to 256GB can be used. The software used is the same as the Oppo A53, which is an Android 10 operating system with a ColorOS 7.2 interface.

Now comes the part for us to share about the experience of using this device in the real world. The Oppo A15 is seen to be able to handle a number of daily tasks on the Oppo gadget satisfactorily. For example, opening & switching apps daily. Then, making general navigation also this device is to be able to operate well.

Except, when there are many applications open at one time. Here, a significant time delay problem begins to occur. The scrolling becomes less smooth and the animation transitions start to evoke a less satisfying feel. But, it is not until there is a problem that causes interference on the device.

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For the first performance, a number of casual games can be play smoothly without any problems. But, it is not recommend for games that require high graphics settings. The reason is, a good gaming experience can only be feel at basic graphics settings. Otherwise, the playing experience will be unpleasant due to unsatisfactory performance.

It is different for picture results in low lighting. Filming at night for example. Overall, the camera’s performance is at an unsatisfactory level. It is to produce a relatively soft image. Later, filming in this situation also gives significant noise problems and the details on the image are also completely unsatisfactory.

Oppo A15 Design Quality

Oppo A15 Design Quality

Oppo A15 Design Quality – Touching on the question of design. The Oppo A15 has a balanced build. In our opinion, the build here can be said to be good enough for a device with a sale price below RM500. The curved side of the phone makes it snug in the grip. Then, matched with a glossy back panel – adding another premium style element to this device.

When it comes to the finishing chapter, the Oppo is arguably the same as the Vivo. Where, they are wise in risking the type of decoration they want to highlight on a model. Just look at the Oppo A15 itself. Although, it only uses plastic -based panels. Then, a simple finish with a comprehensive color. It doesn’t feel cheap at all, it still looks attractive.

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Design Taste

In a simple sense, just relax. There are two color options that you can choose from, namely Fancy White and Dynamic Black. It does, however, also depend on individual tastes. There may also be some readers who disagree with our tastes. Other people, other opinions.

However, the story is different when we use this device when outdoors. For example, being in bright sunlight. Well here, the user experience will start to feel affected. The content on the screen becomes quite difficult to read even though the brightness setting is used at the maximum level.

Then, another thing we noticed about this device is that the screen panel displays a rather faded & dull color – depending also on the type of content. But this does not mean that this Oppo gadget cannot be used directly. Don’t worry, it’s still quite adequate for the daily use of the majority of users. Especially for those who do not care about devices with high resolution.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Audio Quality

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Audio Quality

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Audio Quality – Stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos are included. One speaker at the top of the screen points forward and the other points down. Samsung can’t resist physics and this configuration results in unbalanced audio. The lower speakers are louder due to the larger audio lattice. Again software cannot fight the laws of physics. For better audio a larger top lattice needs to be included but this is impossible due to the thin bezel design used.

Even so, the audio through the S21 Ultra’s physical speakers is still one of the best we’ve ever enjoyed. Crisp treble, solid bass and bright vocals. The audio is just so slightly chaotic at the highest settings. This is an issue on all smartphones except the ASUS ROG Phone 3.

Zoom performance as expected is good. The picture still looks sharp up to 10X. Below are sample photos using ultra wide, 1X, 30X and 100X modes. At 30X zoom the picture quality is still good but is starting to show softening. At the 100X setting, the picture loses its sharpness but does not turn into a mosaic like on the S20 Ultra.

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Ok surely someone wants to know if it is better than the iPhone 12 Pro Max? The simple answer is yes. On the 12 Pro Max the bottom speakers are much louder resulting in the audio becoming more unbalanced. When the Dolby Atmos S21 Ultra system is turned on, the audio sounds fuller and more thorough. Audio 12 Pro Max sounds more flat.

The audio experience using a wireless accessory is also no less impressive if you have a comparable accessory. We tested the S21 Ultra audio system with a pair of Sony WHX1000M3 with LDAC enabled. The combination of a premium smartphone with premium gadget is like an old betel nut. There is nothing bad we can write because it is not disappointing at all.

Replacing Galaxy Note With Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

Replacing Galaxy Note With Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

Replacing Galaxy Note With Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra – Two versions of the S Pen are offered for the S21 Ultra. The first version is longer and larger than the Note series. It is more comfortable to use for drawing because of its size which more closely resembles a real pencil. 4200 dpi sensitivity is maintained but bluetooth support is not included in this version. In other words, the S Pen S21 Ultra is more similar to the Note 8.

The second version is the S Pen Pro with bluetooth support. Therefore Air Gesture features such as camera control and gestures without touch the screen can be performed. During the initial session the S Pen Pro was not shown to the media. So we don’t know if it’s better or not. What is known is that it is larger in size compared to the first version of the S Pen and will only go on sale on a date not yet announced.

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But the question that would definitely want to be answered by especially to Samsung Note20 Ultra fans is whether the S21 Ultra can replace the Note? Our answer at this point is Yes. Yes because there is no direct difference using the S Pen on the S21 Ultra. Same speed, same smoothness and same accuracy when writing or sketching. All features are imported from the Note20 Ultra into the body of the S21 Ultra.

We are confident that when the S Pen Pro goes on the gadget market, the needs of those who still need Air Gesture and Air Command Menu support will be met. The only difference is that the screen is no longer curved and no longer boxed. Therefore the rumors that Note21 will not be launched this year can be accepted with a more open heart.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Design Quality

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Design Quality

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Design Quality – The beautiful screen is matched with a sturdy aluminum frame. We say solid because without the prominent curved screen section, the side frame is now much larger. As a result the device is now thicker and heavier. It is nice to hold in the hand and does not feel slippery. The thickness is not very noticeable because the sides are still rounded. Speaking of sides, both the power button and audio adjustable are located on the right side. The button position of all Samsung devices is now consistent after several changes.

Even so, let us talk about the S21 Ultra’s huge camera hump. It is so large that it connects to the frame section. Lets start with the positive first. We admit that the Contour Cut Design looks more beautiful in front of the eyes than all the mock-up images shared by Samsung, especially on the Phantom Silver colored device. We understand that only Phantom Silver and Phantom Black colors will be offered for the Malaysian market at this time.

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Metal Hump

With a large metal hump, the camera lens is more protected. With this the problem of the outer glass surface on the broken hump of the S20 Ultra does not recur. Many might think with a large metal hump the device is definitely out of balance due to the weight on the top. But actually not because the Samsung gadget has a fairly balanced weight spread, The negative thing is that it causes the device to sway when on the table.

Next at the bottom are the speaker lattice, USB-C port and SIM tray. Time to talk about the SIM tray. Are you ready? This SIM tray supports nano -sized dual SIMs with no space for a micro SD card. In 2021, Samsung feels it’s time to no longer support the addition of internal storage.

Realme C25s Review Conclusion

Realme C25s Review Conclusion

Realme C25s Review Conclusion – If Realme C25s are food it might be Super Ring. Cheap, tasty, sweet, and very suitable to eat while watching movies on TV. It’s not as filling as a Wagyu steak (iPhone 12 Pro Max) or a Michelin Star award -winning (Samsung Galaxy Note20 Pro). But we all know the Super Ring does target the marhaen and for that reason it meets all the needs of the marhaen.

Powerful enough for a middle -class first -person app, a nice camera to upload to social media, a satisfying screen for watching videos and a large battery that can last from early morning to midnight. It won’t win any of the greatest gadget awards. Within three months many will probably forget it existed as it was replaced with another Realme device with the same specifications.

At RM699, I feel this is a device that is compatible with children’s first use. The screen and battery are large enough to be used during PdPR sessions throughout the day. For those who are more mature and want something more satisfying, there are other options at a slightly higher price.


Only mono speakers are placed at the bottom. It’s loud but the audio becomes chaotic at the highest settings. Because of the mono system, the first FPS game experience becomes less interesting because it is difficult to hear the direction from which the enemy is coming to attack. Therefore the use of wired earphones is recommended because there is still a 3.5mm audio jack. The audio experience is just average.

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The 6000 mAh battery offers a very long usage time. On average we managed to get an SOT of around 10 hours in moderate use with the best time the gadget battery lasted over 26 hours. After the battery runs out, the recharging time is almost two hours because the charger used is only 18W powered. We should remind all tests to be done while at home only; because PKP makes the test more realistic moving outside as well as relying entirely on LTE is impossible. This is a situation we cannot avoid at the moment.

Realme C25s Design Review

Realme C25s Design Review

Realme C25s Design Review – The power and audio adjustable buttons on the right side of the device are also very sturdy. Not loose or swaying when pressed repeatedly. In terms of build quality, the C25s is more like a modern midrange gadget device. There are no negative things we can write about the build so far.

A 3.5mm audio jack, speakers and a USB-C charging port are placed on the bottom. The use of USB-C is very welcome as micro USB is no longer eligible for use since the end of 2019. With this port the process of recycling old USB-C chargers or borrowing from friends is also easier as micro USB cables are now almost extinct like the Lake Chini biosphere.

Moving to the left side, there is a tray for two SIMs and one micro SD card. The three slots are separate allowing two cellular networks and storage additions to be enjoyed simultaneously. Realme is not shy to provide features that have been increasingly forgotten since the introduction of eSIM.

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The 6.5 ″ IPS LCD screen is quite large still only supports HD+resolution. So it only has a pixel density of 270 PPI which is about half that on an FHD device. The screen is flat with a small notch at the top. This notch if annoying can be hidden through software that adds a black virtual forehead. With a flat screen there is no issue of video being watched overflowing to the side. One modern trend that we also dislike is the use of curved screens. Good thing Realme wasn’t impressed to offer it on the C25s.

Even so, we have to be sincere in commenting. The combination of a large IPS LCD screen with low resolution makes the display less sharp. We can see it’s a bit blurry; when compared to the S21 Ultra screen we use as a daily use device. Just as there are all can no longer accept VCD quality video on TV, we can no longer accept less sharp screens now because we are already pampered with QHD+screens.

Not to end here, the screen is also only 60Hz time with a less bright color display. OLED panels are the gold standard of the current market and IPS LCD technology is starting to show its age to be quite advanced. If you just surf the web and the visual social media applications that are displayed are still acceptable but when watching the visual video is less prominent.

Oppo Reno5 Review Conclusion

Oppo Reno5 Review Conclusion

Oppo Reno5 Review Conclusion – The camera capabilities on this device are quite interesting. Various creative ideas can be highlight with the camera of this device. Oppo’s efforts in relying on software for cameras are very serious and it becomes. Although not yet mature and great enough, but the results of change are clearly visible. Imagine just last year Oppo just introduced the Reno4 – the Reno5’s camera capabilities are far superior.

With a beautiful screen, supporting basic 90Hz refresh rate, fast touch rates and beautiful screen colors – this device is also suitable as a device to enjoy entertainment. But be sure to provide the right audio accessories for a more engaging user experience.

Also Read: Oppo Reno5 Camera Quality 


Premium Quality

With a premium and unique design as well as increasingly great software, the Reno5 is arguably another OnePlus Nord challenger. The other gadget brand with Snapdragon 765G available in the Malaysian market is the Vivo X50 and the other challenger is the MediaTek Dimensity 800u used on the Realme 7 5G. The end user has a lot of options where the things to look for are the battery and software.

Oppo with Color OS 11 which is closer to the native Android, Realme is still with Realme UI and OnePlus with Oxygen OS which is more towards its own user experience – Reno5 will provide a different experience. You will be shock and see the changes that Oppo has brought. If your battery matters just go to OnePlus but the overall experience I would recommend the Oppo.

The selling price is also only RM1899, which is not so expensive if we compare it with the Vivo X50. So you decide what you want? If the camera, design and software – let’s spend your pocket money and try the Oppo Reno5. The details of the actual image are still visible only it is slightly illuminated.

Oppo Reno5 Camera Quality

Oppo Reno5 Camera Quality

Oppo Reno5 Camera Quality – For those who don’t know, Oppo is one of the companies that use Google Camera’s camera API, CameraX, for their applications. Most of the additional modes in the camera such as portrait mode, HDR, night mode and other modern functions/features are CameraX “plugins”. What is it and why is it so important?

We already know that every day, device manufacturers are increasingly turning to software to improve camera capabilities. But not everyone likes to use a built-in camera app from the manufacturer, let alone a Snapdragon chip-powered gadget that can use GCam. By using this CameraX plugin, if the user uses a third party camera application such as Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, Open Camera-the camera functions such as zoom, portrait, macro or ultra wide angle will use technology from Oppo and not from within the camera just .

The Oppo Reno5 uses a 64-Megapixel (f/1.7) quad-camera setting; followed by three more separate sensors consisting of 8-Megapixel (ultra-wide) (f/2.2), 2-Megapixel (macro) (f/ 2.4); and 2-Megapixel (mono) (f/2.4). Many interesting functions and features are included in the Oppo Reno5 camera; such as AI Highlight Video for video recording at night, Portrait Beautification Video for bokeh mode on video, Dual-View Video offering Split, Round; and Rectangle templates, Ultra Steady Video 3.0 video stabilization mode , which offers viewing for almost all cameras including selfies.

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The few problems I encountered on this device were from memory management. It’s not that great, where in my opinion Oppo should offer a 12GB variation for this model. It sounds like nonsense, but if the price is only 200-300 different; what’s the point of having a better memory option. Probably because Oppo wants users to choose the Pro variation if they want a greater performance experience. So the basic model has a rate -style experience only.

Thanks for reading this gadget review article.

Realme X7 Pro Review Conclusion

Realme X7 Pro Review Conclusion

Realme X7 Pro Review Conclusion – It is quite interesting to see that there are device manufacturers wanting to offer MediaTek Dimensity chip -powered devices to the local market. Moreover the 1000+ model which competes with the Snapdragon 865. MediaTek-generated devices are often cheap and worthwhile, so local users have more options to own a more powerful device. Is this Realme X7 Pro powerful enough and worth it?

In terms of offering a 120Hz screen that really works and feels fast and smooth, this is among the good devices. Consumers now have a budget option under RM2000 can have a device with a good screen. Then the 64MP quad-camera setting is pretty and well suited for those who want to come up with their own creative ideas. MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ despite the problems, it is still able to operate PUBG Mobile with relatively high settings.

This device tries to offer the greatness of the flagship gadget at a more affordable price. It adds common user options. Many choose Snapdragon because of its faster updates and GCam support. But what MediaTek has generated is for the average user, like those who just want to try to experience Android devices approaching Snapdragon’s flagship device.

It’s an exciting attempt to see MediaTek’s change in venturing into the landmark device arena. It will also open people’s minds to prove that the MediaTek chip is no longer what it used to be, but already better and pretty awesome. Yes, the battery is a bit weak – but look at the positive side that this device has to offer. The device can also be charged at a faster rate.

The selling price of the Realme X7 Pro is RM1,999. It’s a good price for a device like this, but my Mi 10T or Poco F2 Pro thrifty pad is a better option and the price is also cheaper.


Very satisfying 120Hz screen, smooth and fast enough.
Pretty good camera capabilities.
Supports 65W fast charging which can charge the device from 0% -100% in a short time.

Also Read: Realme X7 Pro Camera Quality 



Not very nice stereo speakers.
Still not able to record video at a beautiful and good quality.
Memory management is quite bad and there are a few performance issues.
Slightly more expensive selling price, compared to competitors who have better usage experience.

Realme X7 Pro Camera Quality

Realme X7 Pro Camera Quality

Realme X7 Pro Camera Quality – The quad-camera setting on this device is a 64MP main lens with f/1.8 aperture matched with an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens with f/2.3 aperture that has a 119 ° degree angle of view plus two pairs of 2MP lenses with f/2.4 macro aperture and depth . For selfie cameras, a 32MP lens with f/2.5 aperture is included. Not sure if the Realme device uses the same camera app as the Oppo, which has the Google CameraX API. But the quality of this Realme X7 Pro camera is quite good.

But only more to photography alone. For video, this device still has “Realme” quality. Any premium mid-range gadget or Realme flagship gadget has much less camera quality. The color is not very bright, the details are not very preserved and at high resolution it looks a little awkward.

For photography, the quality is quite amazing. It has a satisfactory quality. The color is not so faded, has good lighting as well as quite bright. The details are also quite well preserved, if you look at the bokeh images – it’s much clearer that there are a lot of things that have already been improved. Now it is neater, clearer and more satisfying.

Also Read: Realme X7 Pro Brief Review 


Night mode, where the atmosphere is dark if there is little light source – this mode is very helpful and the result is acceptable. But if it is too dark, a lot of noise makes the image look unattractive. As for the ultra -wide angle mode, the details are just not so striking. It’s just there, but only acceptable if it’s bright – because if the atmosphere is dark the result is unacceptable.

For selfie photo results, the results are like most Oppo devices. It has an indelible beauty mode, even if already set to zero level. Compared to Oppo. Realme is whiter, softer and brighter.

Realme X7 Pro Brief Review

Realme X7 Pro Brief Review

Realme X7 Pro Brief Review – MediaTek is an unpopular brand of processing chips. This is because the support is limited, not very efficient and there are many problems. But, MediaTek has started to change since they introduced the P series processing chips. That too is still unsatisfactory, but the heart can start to accept MediaTek’s offer. Then, there is a chip in the Dimensity series that competes more fiercely with the Snapdragon 7xx and 8xx chips.

All that remains is optimization from the device manufacturer to capitalize on the greatness of this MediaTek Dimensity chip. Recently, Realme started offering devices powered with this chip. Among them are the Realme 7 5G and the latest Realme X7 Pro. We have already tested both of these devices, the Realme 7 5G which competes with the Snapdragon 765G device and the Realme X7 Pro which competes with the Snapdragon 865 device. The question is, is it true that this chip is powerful? I make the Realme 7 5G as my daily device, this is the gadget review article.


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At a glance, the specifications of this device are similar to the Oppo Reno5. But the Oppo Reno5 is powered by a Snapdragon 765G processing chip. The Realme X7 Pro is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chip which is claimed to be a competitor to the Snapdragon 865. It is also matched with 8GB of RAM memory and 256GB of UFS 2.1 internal storage and uses a Mali-G77 MC9 GPU. The chip uses a 7nm build, which is one of the most efficient builds, saves power consumption and is more powerful when compared to the 10nm or ten nm builds.

On paper, it is true this chip is very powerful. But what about in the real world? We tested this chip, it is still under Snapdragon 865. But this is probably just a Realme UI optimization. No other device in Malaysia is powered by this chip, so it is difficult to judge Realme wrong or MediaTek wrong that this chip is still not able to compete with other Snapdragon 865 devices.

For the screen, the device uses a 6.55-inch Super AMOLED with 120Hz refresh rate support and FHD+resolution. The camera is a quad-camera setting of 64MP (Main) f/1.8, 8MP (Ultra Wide Angle) f/2.3, Viewing Angle 119 °, 2MP (Macro) f/2.4 and 2MP (Depth) f/2.4. The selfie camera is 32MP f/2.5. Camera specifications are more or less the same with the Oppo Reno5.

Oppo Reno5 Pro Various Recording Function

Oppo Reno5 Pro Various Recording Function

Oppo Reno5 Pro various recording function during shooting. Among them are as follows:-

1) Monochrome Video

This feature comes with three different filters that can be accessed through the video function. It will focus on 3 main colors like – red, green and blue. Then, the background of the video will be black and white.

2) AI Highlight Video

It uses an algorithm that is automatically adjusted based on the surrounding conditions. Then, improve the quality of the video recording to be better for satisfactory results.

3) AI Color Portrait

Allows the background of an image to be black and white. But, the subject will be retain at the original color. It can be say to be an interesting function to produce a picture that looks different. This function can be used on both rear and front cameras.

4) Ultra Steady Video 3.0

Allows users to record video stably – as if recorded using a gimbal. This mode is divide into three namely-a) Front Steady Video (front camera), b) Ultra Steady Video (main camera), c) Ultra Steady Video Pro (ultra-wide camera).

5) Dual-View Video

A feature that allows video to be recorded using the Oppo gadget front camera and rear camera simultaneously. There are three different types of templates to choose from – Split, Round and Rectangle.

6) AI Scene Enchancement

The camera on the Oppo Reno5 also allows users to make subject recognition on photos of up to 22 different categories including – humans, animals, plants, food and more.

7) Ultra-Clear 108MP Image

A feature that ensures every picture taken is of high quality. At the same time, the image will not break even when zoomed.

Also Read: Oppo Reno5 Pro Interface and Usage 

8) Portrait Beautification Video

A feature that allows users produce footage with better bokeh effects. Also visible, it comes with a built -in beauty mode that allows cheeks to be straighten, wrinkles flattened, skin whiten, makeup apply and eyes enlarge.

Oppo Reno5 Pro Interface and Usage

Oppo Reno5 Pro Interface and Usage

Oppo Reno5 Pro Interface and Usage – Next, the interface used is ColorOS 11.1 which is built based on the latest Android 11. The interface board looks very user friendly with a neat arrangement and decorated with quite cheerful icons. As far as we use it, it offers a seamless experience. No problems occurred and it was just fun to use. In addition, there are also various other interesting features that are featured in Oppo gadget. Such as :

1) Customizable Always-On Display

Function that allows you to customize the Always-On Display settings according to your own creativity. It only takes a few simple scrolls for you to create a new design or add some text styles and layouts to available templates.

2) Customizable Ringtone

You can set or change the ringtone to your liking. At the same time, you can also export ringtones as MP3 files and use them as background music when creating Vlogs.

3) Customizable Dark Mode

There are 3 types of dark theme modes combined with the Auto Brightness feature to give you a comfortable viewing experience – no matter whether it is day or night.

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4) Three-Finger Translate Instant Translation

A function that allows you to create translations quickly. Through it, translations can be made directly from screenshots.

5) Dataless File Sharing

The absence of mobile and network data is no longer a problem. You can now share various forms of content including images, videos and files with nearby Oppo Android smartphones without using data.

6) Super Power Saving Mode

A function that limits the use of background apps for longer battery life. Through this function, users can select up to 6 important applications to use when this function is activated.

For the side design, it places the power button on the right side. Meanwhile, the volume adjustment button is on the opposite side. Then, there are no buttons and connection ports at the top. But, you can find a microphone hole with the inscription.

Samsung Galaxy A02s Camera Quality

Samsung Galaxy A02s Camera Quality

Samsung Galaxy A02s Camera Quality – The Samsung Galaxy A02s uses a main tri-camera system with a 13-Megapixel (main) configuration and 2 more 2-Megapixel lenses for depth and macro sensors. Then, selfies can be taken through the 5-Megapixel front lens.

In terms of performance, the results of shots using this smart device look just fine for most everyday situations. But, the condition is that it is take in adequate lighting. It’s just that the relatively moderate color sharpness for some situations makes the picture look visibly too neutral and less pronounced. Nevertheless, it is still adequate for normal daily use.

Furthermore, the capture results at low illumination are also less satisfactory. Where, the details on the image look less satisfactory with noticeable noise effects. Not only that, the color is also less bright and a bit dark. Before forgetting, the Samsung Galaxy A02s does not come with a built -in night mode specifically. Moving to a macro lens, the results are also not very detail. It is, however, not a surprise. In fact, it can be expect to capture results from a 2-Megapixel macro sensor.

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Video Recording

For those of you who want to record video, the Samsung Galaxy A02s can record at a maximum setting of 1080p/30fps-for video recording use on both sides of the camera. But, it does not, however, have any support for stabilization.

In terms of quality, the screen looks just fine. Although, the resolution used is low. But, the display quality still looks bright along with good color contrast. Not only that, the viewing angle is also satisfactory when viewed from different angles. We also have to admit, all the content display can be clearly seen.

However, it is conditional as long as this smart device is use indoors. The reason is, the use of these smart Samsung gadget outdoors results in the experience of viewing content being somewhat compromised.

Wiko Power U20 Battery and Camera Quality

Wiko Power U20 Battery and Camera Quality

Wiko Power U20 Battery and Camera Quality – The 6,000mAh battery, he said, can last up to 4 days. Nevertheless, our test results found that the maximum this device can be able to withstand is up to two days. It is a common use such as browsing websites, scrolling social media, a few first apps and others. Good on durability, doesn’t mean good either for the recharging process.

In fact, the use of micro-USB type port instead of USB-C on it, also makes this smart gadget quite outdated. Meanwhile, we can see that there are already many devices in a comparable class that use the USB-C port. But, Wiko is still in the old notch. If Wiko uses a USB-C type port maybe this device will be better. The recharging time is also not very good and the time taken is also long – i.e. more than two hours for a full charge.

Also Read: Wiko Power U20 Display Quality 



The quality of the pictures taken is good for most everyday situations. The production of the picture is clearly visible with the detail of the image that can still be maintained. Then, the color production as you can see is still also good and capable of producing a satisfactory picture. Maybe it’s not the best device, but take photos for sharing on social sites – the quality of photos taken using this device is adequate.

For its front camera capabilities, it is also able to give good results for most situations. The color is quite bright, only the details can sometimes be soft if it does not have enough lighting. Not to be outdone, it also supports the beautify mode function which can be adjusted with support for the use of front and rear cameras.

In terms of video recording, the Wiko Power U20 offers the highest recording up to 1080P/30fps. It is seen as adequate for daily use. But unfortunately, no specific stabilization mode is included along with it. Not only that, the audio production from the video recording is also unsatisfactory.

Wiko Power U20 Display Quality

Wiko Power U20 Display Quality

The Wiko Power U20 Display Quality – This gadget is equipped with a display with a small notch design. Through it, it brings a 6.82-inch screen size that feels large enough for the satisfaction of viewing various types of media content-whether it is text, photos or video. As one of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ users, I didn’t have any problems getting used to smart devices equipped with such a large size. This smart device is interesting because it has a screen display and a fairly large battery capacity.

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The Display Panel

The panel used is a type of IPS LCD that is matched with HD+ resolution (720 x 1640 pixels) with a pixel density of 270 ppi. One more thing, Wiko also uses a bezel that is thick enough for all sides on this front panel – especially on the chin. This will indirectly cause a sense of unease among a handful of users who emphasize the issue of balanced packaging.

In terms of quality, the screen display was at a fine level when tested. A satisfactory user experience can still be enjoyed when this smart gadget is used in an indoor area. Through it, the display quality looks bright and comfortable only to be seen. But no doubt, you will find this screen display easy to display pixels.

However, it can be considered normal for an entry -class device to be offered at such a price range. I also found that the quality of this display is slightly affected; when used in the open (outdoor) – for example in bright sunlight. The live display becomes a bit dim and difficult to see. It also makes the content on the screen a little difficult to read; even though the brightness setting is at its maximum.

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Vivo V21 Review Conclusion

Vivo V21 Review Conclusion

Vivo V21 Review Conclusion – This amazing phone is among the best devices in its class if best in class does mean the most worthwhile. The Vivo V21 is more focused on camera capabilities with artificial intelligence. So, this device is expensive because of the camera and not for any other reason. That’s why if you see other competitors with the same specifications, the price offered is much cheaper.

The quality AMOLED screen, premium gadget design, smooth performance as well as the V21 user experience are satisfactory. If you want a device with a good and capable camera, the Vivo V21 is right for you with just a few conditions. The condition is that you don’t care much about mono audio, the color calibration on the camera and screen aren’t the same, the battery isn’t very durable and the price is a bit high.

What I can sum up about the V21 is that Vivo would like to offer the Vivo X60 at a more affordable price. Priced at RM1599 it does not fall into the category of expensive devices but in the market now the Oppo F3 and Samsung Galaxy A52 are offered at a lower price but with better features such as a more powerful chip, stereo sound system and waterproof capability.

Also Read: Vivo V21 Usage And Software 



Thin design, premium look with charming colors
A pretty good AMOLED screen in its class
Smooth performance due to the additional 3GB of RAM through the software
Pretty good camera


Audio is unbalanced due to mono speakers
The battery is not very durable compared to competitors
The price is a little expensive for this device category

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