Poco F2 Pro Brief Review

Poco F2 Pro Brief Review

Poco F2 Pro Brief Review – Six weeks ago I angered Android users when I said with the launch of the iPhone SE 2020, middle -class Android devices can now roll out, go home and grow corn alone because they can’t match the value offered by Apple. In the pec4ranti market sold at a price of more than RM2000, the iPhone appeared with an affordable gadget but generated the same chip as the iPhone 11 Pro Max which almost reached RM7000 each.

After more than a month I would like to retract the tweet because it is now proven to be deviant, misguided, divergent and out of touch with reality. The flagship gadget with the best value of 2020 is not the iPhone SE 2020 but is the Poco F2 Pro. It’s rare that I give a conclusion at the beginning of a review but in the case of the F2 Pro, the review below will provide a justification for why this phone I crowned as the best value device of the year.

Also Read: Poco X3 GT Camera Quality 


The 6.67 ″ screen from the SAMOLED family is enormous with 60Hz refresh rate support and HDR10+display. As an affordable flagship device, there is no support for 90Hz and 120Hz refresh rates. We know many feel a screen of at least 90Hz is necessary in 2020. We understand what it’s trying to convey because when scrolling the F2 Pro screen, it does feel slow when compared to the S20 Ultra 5G and Find X2 Pro screens we reviewed this year.

But we should emphasize only those; who have ever used a device with a high screen refresh rate will notice it. We also believe that for most users it has no impact on the user experience.

What we love most about the Poco F2 Pro screen is that it is flat, has no notches and no screen holes. Watching videos and playing the first one feels more fun because all screen surfaces can be used. With a flat screen there is also no problem the video looks weird in full screen viewing; and also when using the camera app. It’s a very welcome design improvement; because we weren’t quite fond of the oversized notch on the Poco F1 two years ago.

Poco X3 GT Camera Quality

Poco X3 GT Camera Quality

Poco X3 GT Camera Quality – Not all parts of this device are great. To sell at an affordable price, there are sacrifices to be made. The camera is among them. But, that doesn’t mean the camera quality of this device isn’t great. It just has to be Poco to be fair to the quality of the camera at its selling price. If it is equivalent to Mi 11 or MI 11 Ultra, it is better to buy Poco. This 64+8+2 Megapixel tri-camera system is just fine.

Still similar to the Mi gadget 11 Lite and some other MIUI devices, where the camera’s artificial intelligence is inconsistent and not smart enough. Animals are said to be human, sometimes completely undetected. For a selfie camera, although the results are seen to be a bit of an improvement – it’s still a bit softer. Portrait mode at a glance looks neat, but when zoomed in, the perimeter will have a bit of an unpleasant effect.

Also Read: Poco X3 GT Official Release 

Main Camera

The main camera, on the other hand, looks quite good in post-process and autofocus. A variety of photo situations are taken such as dusk, humans, animals, close -ups and more – will give stunning results only if the “AI” on the camera is turned off. I just turned on HDR only. The details are seen to be well preserved, the colors also look quite vivid and stand out.

Other modes like macro and zoom are among the ones I dislike. Macros are like gimmicks, hard to focus and can’t take at such a close distance. If you can, it’s fine-but you have to try many times. Zoom, on the other hand, in auto mode only supports up to 10x digital. For better quality, I used the 64MP mode and trimmed it by around 80% – it still had satisfactory results.

Night mode is not the best. Arguably, most middle -class devices or those in the same price range will have the quality they can. On this Poco X3 GT, night mode is seen to be only acceptable at 1x mode and it increases the blue color value even higher and through a post-process softens the image result to reduce noise.

Poco X3 GT Official Release

Poco X3 GT Official Release

Poco X3 GT Official Release – In the past, Pocophone only had one device and it was 100% unique. It managed to create a large community, gather hardcore fans as well as still remain offering devices with the same specifications as competitors at much cheaper prices. After this success, Poco continues to be a regular brand or sub-brand that launches more than one device a year.

So much so that one model becomes a series, for example the Poco X3. Starting with one model, then coming with the Pro variation and the latest that has just been launched in Malaysia is the Poco X3 GT. Usually the name “GT” focuses on first and high performance. But is this device capable of offering satisfactory performance? This is a review article, after a few weeks of making the Poco X3 GT an everyday gadget.


Also Read: Infinix Hot 10S Interface Features 


Chinese Version

The Poco X3 GT is a re -labeled Chinese version of the Redmi Note 10 Pro only. So the specifications are more or less the same. The screen used is a 6.6-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 FHD+, supports an adaptive refresh rate of 120Hz, is capable of displaying the HDR10 format and uses the same Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection on the multi-million dollar device. The device is also the first in Malaysia with a 6nm-based Dimensity 1100 5G chip with a Mali-G77 MC9 GPU.

Memory is up to 8GB of RAM with an additional 2GB of virtual RAM and UFS 3.1 internal storage reaches 256GB. The camera is also quite great with a 64+8+2 Megapixel tri-camera system, along with a 16 Megapixel selfie camera. If that’s not enough of a flagship device, this Poco X3 GT comes with a 5000mAh battery with 67W Power Delivery fast charging.

It also has NFC, stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos, a fingerprint scanning security system on the side; as well as running MIUI 12.5 with the MIUI for Poco launcher.

Infinix Hot 10S Interface Features

Infinix Hot 10S Interface Features

Infinix Hot 10S Interface Features – Admittedly, this is my first experience using an Infinix smartphone. Of course, my personal experience will be different with any party. The Infinix Hot 10S is powered by the latest Android 11 operating system. Along with it, it is built based on the XOS Dolphin 7.6 interface.

Its interface board presents a simple and well -functioning navigation process. It is, however, a little strange. Then, it also faces the problem of bloatware applications that are ready to download. In fact, it’s also a bit annoying because it often gives notifications. In addition, it also frequently displays advertisements.

Also Read: Infinix Hot 10S Design Looks 


Even so, the additional functions included with it are still interesting:

Stylized Icons – An interface that integrates geometric elements from nature to create a neat icon experience.

Enhanced Reachability – Shrinks the screen display for easier one -handed use.

Xhide – A secret space to ‘hide’ various gadget applications so that no one can see them without consent.

Theft Alert – When activated, an alarm will sound if the earphones or cable are disconnect from the smartphone. It is a very useful feature in an effort to save a smartphone from theft. Furthermore, in the absence of oversight from any party.

Child Mode Allows users to set smartphone usage limits and customize the applications that children can use.

XClone (Dual Application) – Creates a clone application to help users log in to multiple accounts simultaneously. It supports various applications like WhatsApp, Messenger, Facebook, Instagram and more.

Photo Compressor – Photo size will be compress for more storage space saving – for example from MB to KB.

Video Assistant – A function that allows users to enjoy a better viewing experience. Through it, users can reject any interruption from incoming calls or messages automatically. Users can also record or take screenshots from video; play YouTube in the background or check messages through a floating window.

Infinix Hot 10S Design Looks

Infinix Hot 10S Design Looks

Infinix Hot 10S Design Looks – Complementing the design on the back is the support of a rectangular physical fingerprint scanner. i had no problems with the position of this scanner, but was a little disappointed with its performance. There are times, it works pretty fast and accurately. But, it also often fails to scan fingerprints properly – even on clean fingers. As a result of this situation, I gave up on using it and continued to enter the password code to access it. Praise however can be given to his face scan function. It is indeed capable of unlocking a smartphone quickly, even in a dark environment.

Next, there is also a rectangular camera module with four circles in it. But kindly I say, don’t be fooled by what you see. Why? the truth is just a gimmick. Know, it only has three cameras on the back and the other circle is just a jewel with 48M writing-it may be one of Infinix’s strategic forms to show clearly that this smartphone is equipped with a 48-Megapixel main sensor.

Also Read: Huawei Nova 7 5G Camera Quality 


On the front, it uses a small notched screen design. The display also houses the support of two LED Flash placed on the top bezel of the smartphone screen. You need to know that its existence here is just a decoration. On the other hand, these lights have their own purpose. For example, the left side light will come on when the charging process of the Infinix gadget is done with the screen closed. Next, these two LEDs will light up during a selfie shot or video call (if activated) as an additional light source.

On the right side there is a power button and audio adjustable. Meanwhile, the left side has a tray for two SIMs and a microSD card. MicroUSB charging port, 3.5mm audio jack and speakers are on the bottom. The top of the smartphone only has a microphone hole. The smartphone also has a DTS feature that allows users to customize sound effects for a better audio experience.

Huawei Nova 7 5G Camera Quality

Huawei Nova 7 5G Camera Quality

Huawei Nova 7 5G Camera Quality – 64MP (f/1.8) + 8MP (f/2.4) telephoto + 8MP (f/2.4) ultra wide angle + 2MP (f/2.4) macro and 32MP (f/2.2) selfie lens are the camera settings used on this device. It supports HDR picture recording, optical and even electrical stabilization and 30FPS 4K video recording. A quad-lens setting like this is in line with other competitor devices, only is the quality great enough to make this device the device of choice for many?

Turning to the main camera, there are four lenses to look at. Let me review one by one the quality of each lens. The main lens is 64MP and this mode is a separate mode and the automatic mode will process the image to 16MP size only. The tests I did showed good image results. Precise details, sharp and beautiful colors. Below is a 16MP sample that is processed automatically. To me it is a good result, you value yourself by looking at the sample below.

Also Read: Huawei Nova 7 5G Usage Experience 

Wide Angle

The next sample is the ultra wide angle, optical zoom and digital zoom capabilities. Also gives surprising results, because the post-process power on the Huawei gadget is quite terrible. Digital zoom, obviously the system tries to remove noise making the picture stay soft. Even so, the result is still satisfying because the zoom distance it is capable of is quite far. The color is also wonderfully preserved.

The macro camera capabilities of this Huawei device also dare I say is incredible. The colors and details are beautiful, precise and well preserved. What is disappointing with this device is the very poor night mode capability. I was a bit disappointed because, others were already great but the night mode it was too soft, a lot of noise and the details were missing.

Lastly is the video test. It seems up to this model, although it is capable of recording at high resolution. The background of the video still can’t provide good detail and continues to be exposed to light terribly. But in terms of stabilization and color it is actually satisfying. Successfully recorded audio is also excellent regardless of the selfie camera or the main camera.

Huawei Nova 7 5G Usage Experience

Huawei Nova 7 5G Usage Experience

Huawei Nova 7 5G Usage Experience – Believe it or not, I am the one who frequently switches these devices-there is no direct problem in the user experience no matter 120Hz or 60Hz. Daily use is enough 60Hz. Only if there is a high choice, I will appreciate the functionality provided. The color quality of this screen is also quite bright, details are preserved and has excellent brightness. However, the panels used dare I say they are inexpensive panels – this is because there is color bending on the video background for some scenes or scenes. Don’t worry, it doesn’t even affect how the device is used – only if the problem is sought will it be a problem to arrive.


Nova 7 uses the Android 10 operating system with an EMUI 10.1 interface. It’s a new device, so it doesn’t have any GMS and rely on HMS completely. This does not mean that it cannot be used at all, there are advantages and many disadvantages. EMUI 10.1 is still counted as a good operating system and this device is a good gadget. Let’s take a look at what’s in EMUI 10.1 on this device.

EMUI 10.1 is packed with features and functions, such as dark mode applied to the entire system, Digital Balance as a replacement to Digital Wellbeing and more. Interestingly as an alternative to Spotify and Netflix, their video and music system apps we serve as a streaming service with limited content from some studios. On EMUI 10.1 Nova 7, Celia is still not present – but the Petal search app is already built -in. Petal is a search app that can find apps that are not in the AppGallery. It will use a variety of resources and users will need to choose it carefully.

Also Read: Realme C12 Design Looks 


The Huawei Nova 7 screen uses an almost frameless design with a bezel around it that looks even. Not to forget too, it’s a kind of perforated screen to hold a selfie camera. Just two days of use alone I have forgotten the existence of the hole.

Realme C12 Design Looks

Realme C12 Design Looks

Realme C12 Design Looks – The author understands, the finish used on this back panel is known as Geomatric Art Design. Through it, the pattern looks as if dividing this back panel into three parts with different looks. Then, there’s also a create-shaped physical fingerprint scanner placed in the center, in addition to the Realme branding on the bottom.

Admittedly, the author really likes this kind of finish. There are two reasons why the author says so, first a finish like this is not easily stained by fingerprints. The second reason, it also makes this device feel very comfortable to be in the grip and not too slippery to hold.

In addition, the standard button layout on this device is also placed in an ergonomic position making it easy to reach. Not only that, the construction also feels strong. The power and volume buttons are placed on the right side, while moving to the left side there is a SIM card slot that supports up to 3 card slots (nano SIM + nano SIM + microSD). For connectivity, the Realme C12 uses a MicroUSB port housed on the bottom along with a 3.5mm audio jack and mono speakers.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Conclusion 

Audio Jacks

Speaking of 3.5mm audio jacks, for the record all Realme does not include any earphones on the box

the packaging of this Realme gadget. But you don’t have to worry, because every purchase of this device will come once with Realme Buds Classic. Thats just a very nice offer from Realme. Big profit.

The Realme C12 comes in two color options and the review unit we received was Coral Red; the Realme C12 in a red finish. Suppose, maybe the color red is not your choice. You can also get this device in a blue colored finish or also known as Marine Blue.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Conclusion

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Conclusion

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Conclusion – Galaxy Note20 5G is not for everyone. It is for those who have money only. Why do we say this? This is because 5G is still too late to arrive in Malaysia, and it is better to just buy the 4G variation that has a saving of RM400. If you have extra money, it is better to spend on Note20 Ultra 5G only.

This smart gadget is not only expensive, but too much different in terms of features and functionality compared to the Ultra version. In our opinion, if you don’t use a lot of Samsung-Pen-just buy a Galaxy S20+ or ​​S20 Ultra that is already cheap with a much better camera. If you still want the S-Pen, the Galaxy Note10+ can still be purchased and the price is also quite cheap.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G One UI 2.5 


  1. The screen stays beautiful, bright and has an immersive experience.
  2. Satisfactory camera with 8K recording ability.
  3. The design looks luxurious with a matte finish. This make the gadget user feels like a rich king.
  4. The stereo speakers are great.
  5. Durability IP68, which mean this phone can withstand water.
  6. Wireless charging. There is not that many phone with wireless charging supports.


  1. The screen has no high refresh rate. If the user is a hardcore gamer who cares about screen latency this is a really fatal disadvantage to have in a phone.
  2. Plastic building materials, the feeling is just so brittle and weak hold.
  3. The price is a bit expensive. Compared to the other phone in the same price range, the phone seems a bit lacking in features.
  4. Recycled processor chips. This phone is using recycled chips, which means its not going to be as durable like the new one.
  5. The battery is not as great as the competition.
Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G One UI 2.5

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G One UI 2.5

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G One UI 2.5 – Since Samsung introduced the One UI, it’s been a big change in Samsung’s operating system. With the trend of device size getting bigger, this One UI makes it very easy for users to operate the device with one hand. In One UI, Samsung works more with Microsoft than Google. Just look, though many Google apps and services are offered on many devices. Samsung uses more of its own applications and also from Microsoft such as OneDrive, Microsoft Office, and more.

This makes the experience of using the One UI a little awkward; for users who are already familiar with devices that rely heavily on Google apps. Although it can be downloaded from the Play Store; but it is a nasty thing because it is not set by default. Even so, Samsung is clearly trying to maintain a close relationship with Googlem through collaborations such as improved Google Assistant capabilities, fast update support and for three years, among the earliest non -Pixel devices to support Google’s transcript functionality as well as among the earliest non -Pixel Android devices for support Nearby Share function – or better known as an AirDrop clone.

Also Read: Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Review Conclusion 

Interface Design

One UI although the interface uses its own design;; it is not so heavy compare to the operating system of the old Samsung. It has a user -friendly use of colors, is easy to use, all neatly arranged; and any settings are easy to find. Samsung’s iconic functions like their Sidebar are still retain even though the screen of the device is not curve. Not forgetting the Always-On Display capability which remains beautiful and charming.

Maybe it’s an impossible thing to see Samsung gadget using a design as if it were a native Android. Let Samsung with the One UI and stay long, only hopefully one day – it will be better optimize.

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Review Conclusion

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Review Conclusion

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Review Conclusion – What the author can conclude here, this device comes with an ample specs offering. Spacious display, large battery and a chip that is adequate for its functions. But alas, there is still one important thing missing from it which is no GMS. But, you said that is not a problem for you, maybe you can consider buying this Huawei MatePad at a price of RM1,399 per unit. Each purchase will come with additional keyboard accessories for free.


Comfortable for all day use, non -slip finish
Good processor in its class
Very satisfactory audio quality
Satisfactory battery life


No GMS support
10W charger is not included
Additional accessories – the keyboard is less comfortable to use in the long run


Typically, tablets do not focus on camera capabilities. However, Huawei gadget does not seem to ignore this part when it also loads the camera with its satisfactory capabilities for daily shooting. The camera configuration here is a combination of 8-Megapixel for the main lens and 8-Megapixel for the selfie camera. For function options, it comes with a number of interesting built -in modes including HDR, panorama, beauty function and so on. The video setting supports the highest 1080p@30fps recording on the rear and front cameras.

The author argues that the camera’s ability is seen to be able to provide interesting shooting performance, especially in situations with adequate lighting. The resulting image looks bright and sharp, with satisfactory color reflection. But unfortunately, the use at low lighting also produces a less satisfactory picture with the effect of noise perception is quite clear.


As promised, the author will touch a little on the quality of his audio. The tablet comes with four speakers placed on each corner of the device. These speakers are powered by the Harmon Kardon sound system – while providing good audio performance. The author had time to test it and found that the quality felt good. The sound that comes out is also satisfying with a fairly loud and loud voice level – seen as adequate enough for good hearing.

Also Read: Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Design Quality 


The Huawei Matepad uses a 7,250mAh battery – the same capacity found on the previous Huawei MatePad Pro. According to the author, this battery is big enough for a tablet. Through it, it is able to provide a long time of use. Where, the authors found it was able to last around 2 days for moderate use. In contrast to all-day use, it is seen to be able to record a satisfactory Screen-on-Time (SoT) time-which is around 9 hours with full use. But unfortunately, this device only supports 10W charging, so the full charging process takes around 3 hours.

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Design Quality

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Design Quality

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Design Quality – Next, the design. After researching, the authors found that Huawei uses a metal frame and back panel made of polycarbonate -based material. However, it did not feel cheap at all. The matte finish used also gives an attractive appearance. It’s just a pity, it’s seen so easily trapping fingerprint dirt.

To the naked eye, the size here is indeed large. However, this tablet gadget is still comfortable to hold. Coupled with the tablet’s pretty neat build structure makes it look really premium. Admittedly, the writer loves his design – it’s not too heavy, making it easier for the writer to hold on to for a long time.

Speaking of standard button layouts, they are all housed in areas that are easy to reach. On the right side, you will find voice -adjustable buttons and four high -quality microphone holes. You will find the power button on the top side of the device along with two speakers. Meanwhile, on the left side there is a slot for a microSD card tray – kindly remember, this tested model is a wifi -only version.

Also Read: Huawei nova 8i Performance 


Also visible, the two speakers on the bottom and the connection use here are USB-C-based ports. All four of these speakers are tune by Harman Kardon support-their performance is to be satisfactory with a loud sound. The author will comment further on it in the audio section. In Malaysia, Huawei Matepad is only offered in one color option, which is Midnight Gray.

For information, this tablet also supports various additional accessories such as a keyboard that can also serve as a protective frame and also support M-Pencil. Admittedly not responding to his keyboard satisfactorily. Nevertheless, the author faced a bit of trouble getting use to this keyboard at first. Don’t know why, the author is less comfortable with this keyboard.

Huawei nova 8i Performance

Huawei nova 8i Performance

Huawei nova 8i Performance – The Huawei nova 8i uses a Snapdragon 662 chip – an eight -core chipset built on 11nm technology. It is further matched with an Adreno 610 GPU. Memory support is 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The use of the chip is a major topic of debate, especially since it is sold with a price tag of more than RM1000. Many also think that it is quite expensive and not worth it for them. Whereas, most other competitors are able to sell at more pocket -friendly prices. However, if viewed from a positive angle. It offers adequate memory and storage support to accommodate the various needs of most users.

Overall, the user experience is at an average level only. In short, you can’t expect a smooth usage experience on this smart gadget. The reason is, it has a significant time lag problem – both when used to launch or switch apps. Clearly indicates it takes time to open the application. At the same time, the same problem can also be felt when the camera app is accessed. Where, the transition from one mode to another is also quite time consuming. Even so, it is only suitable to be used for daily social media applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Telegram, WhatsApp and others like it.

Also Read: Huawei nova 8i Placements 


As I said in the paragraph above, one of the focuses on the Huawei nova 8i is its camera capabilities. Where, the quad-camera system used is equipped with a 64-Megapixel (f/1.9) (main) + 8-Megapixel (f/2.4) (ultra-wide angle) sensor setting with a 120-degree + 2-Megapixel (f/ 2.4) (depth) + 2-Megapixel (f/2.4) (macro). Then, the front camera is 16-Megapixel (f/2.0).

These cameras are all equipped with AI technology. Among the camera modes that are included are various. For example you can find options for aperture mode, night mode, portrait mode, video, Panorama mode, HDR, High-res, Super Macro, stickers and time-lapse. For video, there is the ability to record video at a maximum setting of 1080/30fps using both sides of the camera. No support for stabilization on video.

Huawei nova 8i Placements

Huawei nova 8i Placements

Huawei nova 8i Placements – In the top of the device this device have a support for a face scanning system is also included. It is also capable of unlocking the device quickly. In fact, it can also be used in dark environments and various device positions – including landscapes. Even so, the process of unlocking in a dark environment actually made me feel uncomfortable. The reason is, the screen will be illuminated so as to cause the eyes to feel less comfortable to look at it.

There are no buttons, connection ports or holes available on the left side. Next, a 3.5mm audio jack is also included and it is placed on the top of the smart gadget. This is definitely good news for those who are still comfortable with the use of wired type earphones – just like myself. Finally the SIM tray is located at the top. It supports SIM card slot with support for Huawei NM card.

Also Read: Poco X3 Capabilities 

Bottom of the Device

Not only that, a speaker and a USB-C connection port are also placed on the same part. The Huawei nova 8i only supports mono -based speakers. Its capabilities are seen as still enough to provide loud audio quality for the daily use of most users. Still, a few comments should I give about its position which results in it sometimes being accidentally closed; especially when held in landscape while watching videos or playing games. Also included is Bluetooth 5.0 support for easy connection to several other devices – such as the Huawei FreeBuds 4 which just launched a period of days.

Right Side of the Device

Next, there is a fingerprint scanner that also serves as a power button on the right side. Then, you can also find audio adjustable buttons on the same side. This position can be consider common for most smart devices in the market. This is why, I admit it’s not clumsy to use it even though I’m basically a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ user; where the power button and audio adjustment are on the left side.

Poco X3 Capabilities

Poco X3 Capabilities

Poco X3 Capabilities – Phone calls on this device are indeed very good. As we said in the audio section earlier, the vocals are optimized very well. During the use of this device, we did not encounter any problems at all.

GPS is also surprisingly this device is able to lock the location accurately and precisely. It’s also fast and the intricacies of the Google Maps application work very smoothly. Makes this device ideal for long -distance travel.

Also Read: Poco X3 Achievements 


5160mAh is a fairly large battery capacity. This makes the gadget size a little thicker and heavier. But thankfully this large battery size is not a gimmick and is capable of providing a sufficiently [long lifespan. As always, in the Amanz lab we will turn on almost all network -related settings. This is because it will make our task easier. For extreme use, including first, a variety of open applications, social media, camera, audio, GPS and more-it is capable of providing durability of around 5-6 hours SOT.

If you feel that way a little, be patient first. Normal use, such as only a handful of apps, social media and lots of streaming – no problem to reach over 7 hours of SOT. In fact we can feel that if you only turn on what is necessary and with the saving mode, this device we are sure no problem to receive a battery life of 8-9 hours SOT.

The fast charging system used is 33W USB-A to USB-C. Poco advertises the ability to charge up to 62% in 30 minutes and 100% in 65 minutes. In our tests, it took a little while to reach 100% if the device was dead. 0% to 100% is around 1 hour 15 minutes, which is like a OnePlus using a 30W Warp Charge.

Thanks for reading this gadget review article that is titled “Poco X3 Capabilities”

Poco X3 Achievements

Poco X3 Achievements

Poco X3 Achievements – The Poco X3 is a device powered by a Snapdragon 732G processing chip, which is among the first in the world. It’s a little more powerful than the Snapdragon 730G, but a little weaker in terms of GPU than the Snapdragon 765G. This device has no problem in handling many applications simultaneously because it has very good memory management. Rarely do time lag problems occur on this device. This makes daily tasks always smooth and stays efficient. But when the time lag starts to occur, which is standard for a device running the MIUI operating system – it’s a bit annoying.

What we realized was, the 120Hz screen for a Xiaomi -related device like the Redmi and Poco – there will definitely be issues on scrolling smoothness. It doesn’t matter if it’s 90hz or 120Hz, it’s only good over time. When it’s good, it’s very good. But when severe, all tasks can be disrupted. Perhaps what Xiaomi can do is, offer a customizable refresh rate option to make the device more optimized and smooth. Not all apps support 120Hz and not all situations use good refresh rates. With customizable settings, the battery can also be more economical.

Also Read: Realme 7 Camera Capabilities 

Gaming Experience

Playing for the first time on this device is really fun and immersive. It feels fun, satisfied and relieved. Although can not use the maximum settings, but it will provide a first play experience that is not disappointing. Playing high graphics is also very good. During the use of this Poco gadget, there is no problem of heating at all.

On the left side there is only a SIM card slot and on the right side is the voice level button and also the power button which also functions as a fingerprint scanner. The fingerprint scanner of this device is quite great and fast even if the fingers are a little sweaty. Underneath the device there is a 3.5mm audio jack port, USB-C, a microphone hole and even a speaker lattice. Finally at the top, there is another microphone hole as well as an infrared sensor.

Realme 7 Camera Capabilities

Realme 7 Camera Capabilities

Realme 7 Camera Capabilities – Here too there is another upgrade on the Realme 7. As you know, the Realme 7 still uses a 64-Megapixel main lens, the same as that offered on the Realme 6 before. But what differentiates the two is that the Realme gadget uses a sensor from Sony on the main lens of the Realme 7, the Sony IMX682. That’s all the changes made and the other three lenses namely 8-Megapixel (Ultra-Wide) + 2-Megapixel (Depth) + 2-Megapixel (Macro) are still the same.

As usual, this camera also comes with a number of other interesting functions; such as Nightscape, Portrait, Ultra Macro and more. More interestingly, the Starry Mode function is also available on it – which was previously only found on the Realme X3 SuperZoom. To use this Starry Mode function, the authors recommend you to use a tripod to get a good and stable image. The reason is, the capture process here takes about 4 minutes.

Also Read: Realme 7 Display Quality 


Touching on the question of performance, it is seen to be able to provide satisfactory picture results. The main camera is seen to work well; where, it is seen to be able to produce good image quality in bright situations. The color production also stands out, besides the details on the subject also look sharp. If so, you’re the type who prefers picture results with more prominent colors. You can activate the Chroma Boost function located at the top of the camera interface. However, to get a picture that looks natural. The authors do not recommend you to use this function; because the colors produced are so prominent and sometimes not the same as the real world.

Next, the production of night photos also looks fine. Arguably there is an improvement over before, but still vulnerable to the effects of noise. Then, its ultra-wide lens here is very useful for you to capture landscape photos. Just like other Realme devices, it also allows you to capture images with a viewing angle of up to 119 degrees. As for the result, it depends on the lighting but; in the opinion of the author, the result is less than satisfactory. Not much can be commented for a macro lens, the result of the picture seen is not very clear.

Realme 7 Display Quality

Realme 7 Display Quality

Realme 7 Display Quality – As a preamble, the author will begin this review by talking about the display on the device. Do you see anything on the display? Well, the same concept on the previous Realme 6 continues to be carried over to the Realme 7. The front display with a perforated screen design for the self-portrait camera. The display here is a 6.5-inch FHD+ size with the use of IPS LCD type panel. The focal point of the Realme 7 lies in the high refresh rate screen support that reaches 90Hz. But, this ability was actually also offered on Realme 6 before.

However, Realme 7 is still considered quite interesting. The reason is, this 90Hz screen support is what sets it apart from the Realme 7 Pro. Where, Realme 7 Pro only supports a screen with a refresh rate of 60Hz and the screen size is also smaller at 6.4-inches. But you have to know, the strength of the Realme 7 Pro is in the type of panel it uses which is Super AMOLED. So here we can see each has its respective advantages and disadvantages.

Going back to our original topic of Realme 7. Speaking of display quality, the screen is seen to be able to display bright color contrasts. All text -based displays are easy to read, in addition to the viewing angles displayed are also wide. Arguably, what Realme 7 has to offer feels balanced enough for the daily use of the majority of gadget users today. Then, the maximum brightness level on the screen also looks good, which is quite adequate for use in bright environments. The simplest example is when you are outdoors, or maybe d i under the scorching sun.

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Speaking of design, this is one of the parts that caught the writer’s attention. In the writer’s opinion, what Realme presents on the model this time is quite different from before. For everyone’s information, the review unit received is Mist White which is Realme 7 in a milky white finish. But, suppose you prefer a darker color finish. Realme 7 in Blue color may be more suitable for you to make as a choice in the heart.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro General Performance

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro General Performance

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro General Performance – Phone calls on this device are really good. The recipient will say the voice is so clear, no hissing or interference. Making the phone call experience comfortable and not a problem if there are important phone calls that take a long time. Mobile data is also no problem, in areas that are frequently intermittent H+ to 4G, devices have no problem to maintain the 4G network always.

GPS is also surprisingly this device is able to lock the location well and very fast. We tested on Google Maps only, where the journey from Kuala Lumpur to Seremban displays the intricacies that are easy to see, no network problems and will make the journey smoother.


5000mAh is a fairly large battery capacity for a flagship gadget. This makes the size of the device a little thicker and heavier. But thankfully this large battery size is not a gimmick and is capable of providing a fairly long lifespan. As always, in the Amanz lab we will turn on almost all network -related settings. This is because it will make our task easier. For simple regular daily use-it is capable of providing a durability of around 6-7 hours SOT for a 144Hz screen.

Clearly here, AdaptiveSync helps optimize the use of screen refresh rate very well. Although it is difficult to tell when this customizable mode is first set, but if you look for it there is clearly a difference. But if use the device as usual, it is not a problem and will always feel smooth.

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The mi speakers used are stereo type. One on the bottom and another on the earpiece side. In the absence of a 3.5mm audio jack port, the stereo speakers are excellent for short -term use. What we didn’t like about the speakers of this device was, it wasn’t loud and loud enough. Although it is set to the maximum volume, it is normal.

The audio quality is excellent, which is not at a disappointing level. It’s more flat and not so focused on bass. Listening to 2-3 music is enough or watching a short video will make you feel satisfied. To watch movies, it is better to use TWS or other audio accessories for a more satisfying experience.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Benchmark

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Benchmark

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Benchmark – The benchmark score for this device is what you see in a Snapdragon 865 -powered device with 8GB of RAM memory. We use AnTuTu, Geekbench and also Don’t Kill My App. No surprising scores either, but memory management and background apps are the most disappointing.

Don’t Kill My App is a benchmark test to identify whether a Xiaomi gadget has memory management problems or not. More specifically, it is to test the ability of applications running in the background. If its value is close to 100%, it means it has good memory management and there should be no problems in handling applications running in the background. This device only received a score of 44%. This makes this device have a problem if you want to reopen the application. Reopened applications will reload frequently.

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The AnTuTu score is 577,190 which is the score we really expected for a device like this. The Geekbench score was 908 for a single core and 3,272 for a multi-core. The Geekbench score looks quite high and great.

First play is also completely no problem, as it allows this device to play first at the highest setting. COD Mobile or PUBG Mobile are all very good. The graphics are well displayed and provide a more immersive gaming experience. PUBG Mobile also supports interesting vibration non -response while playing. The first play problem on this device is not on the time lag, but the heating issue. This device has problems from controlling the temperature, which makes the use of this device limited if it starts to heat up.

Thankfully, the heat issue on this Xiaomi device is not so serious and it will start to cool back in no time. Overall, the biggest issue on the performance of the device is from the temperature alone and others will give a very good experience.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Camera Capabilities

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Camera Capabilities

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Camera Capabilities – The S20 FE camera specs are the lowest among this year’s S20 series. The telephoto lens is simply matched with an 8-megapixel sensor and no zoom support up to 100X and the periscope system that is the market trend right now. Maximum video recording resolution is also limited to 4K 60p only instead of 8K 24p. If you’re more adventurous, the HDR10+ recording mode can also be activated but is still in Beta.

That retained only night mode, panorama, Single Take, Live Photo, Pro, Pro Video, Hyperlapse and Slow Motion. The Scene Optimiser and Shot Suggestions artificial intelligence systems are also retained for those who prefer to use the automatic mode.

The S20 FE’s camera bump also didn’t upset us because it was small in size. This was successfully done because the S20 FE was not equipped with a giant sensor and a zoom system with a periscope mechanism that took up quite a large space. The use of a conservative sensor of this size is comparable to that found on the Z Fold2. When placed on a table, the Samsung gadget is only slightly tilted.

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Picture Quality

The pictures taken were better than we expected due to the use of a smaller sensor. It retains criteria often seen on Samsung’s camera software. Sharp pictures with vivid colors can be taken especially in good lighting situations. The Scene Optimser system ensures that HDR photos taken reduce glare and illuminate dark areas.

The pictures taken will go through post-processing by Samsung software. This also means less accurate color reproduction. More blue and more yellow especially on skin tones. The S20 FE night mode on our savings is just satisfying. There are noise issues and not as sharp as we saw on the Note20 Ultra.

The optical zoom is up to 3X and the digital zoom is up to 30X. Software is used to get a high zoom level. The result is that the zoom up to 3X is still sharp but starting to break beyond 10X.

Honor 9S Review Conclusion

Honor 9S Review Conclusion

Honor 9S Review Conclusion – In conclusion, this smart device comes with a good build along with basic functions that are seen to be adequate for our daily use. However, it is not designed for users who want a powerful smart device. On the other hand, it is more suitable for those who just want the device for basic use such as WhatsApp usage, playing Youtube content, updates on social media like Facebook and so on.

Making it a gift for children also feels quite appropriate. In addition, virtual learning today requires the use of smart gadget to help them complete their learning tasks. Or maybe, you want to have it for your own use. As the author said at the beginning of the article, it is also suitable as a second smart device. For those who are interested, Honor 9S is priced at RM359 and you can get it through a number of different channels including Honor Online Store or their authorized distributors throughout Malaysia.

Also Read: Honor 9S Brief Review 


Battery Life

In terms of its battery life capability, it offers Screen-on-Time (SoT) readings of around 4-5 hours (manual count) with the use of the screen installed throughout the day. It is seen that the battery life is arguably satisfactory for a smart device equipped with a battery of around 3,000mAh. For recharging, you can use the micro-USB port connection on the bottom of the device. We can also see here the charging port connection is also a bit lagging. While a number of other entry-level devices are seen to have used a USB-C port connection.

Next, no fast charging is included, instead it only uses standard 10W charging. In the opinion of the authors, fast charging support should be included on all devices produced by 2020 – including entry -level devices. But, perhaps due to the low selling price factor, therefore there are some features that have to be sacrificed.

It is not until the occurrence of a problem that causes disruption to the use of the device. In terms of game performance, it is seen to give a smooth performance. But provided it should be played on basic graphics settings only. Some apps also need to be turned off first to allow you to play first with consistent performance. Overall, if you are more focused on the hardcore first. This device may not be the answer, but it still doesn’t disappoint to tackle a number of other intensive tasks. Besides, the first play is just for fun.

Honor 9S Brief Review

Honor 9S Brief Review

Honor 9S Brief Review – Having more than one smart device at a time is not a new thing. In fact, it can be said that many of us are like that. So, are you also looking for a smart device that is suitable as a second phone? But, at the same time want to save?

You are on the right track, keep reading this review article because the author has something to share with you all. Almaklumlah, at a time when the world is hit by the Covid-19 epidemic which has caused the outbreak of PKPB in some areas, we need to adopt a frugal attitude, especially in spending. Suppose, feel interested and suitable for your use. This device can be purchased because it is already on the market now.

Well, the model to be reviewed by the author in this article is the Honor 9S. A state -of -the -art entry -level smart gadget from Honor that sells for just under RM400. Cheap isn’t it? Not only is the price cheap, even the specifications on the device can be said to be adequate in its own class. But, if you can, don’t expect more because you get what you pay for. So, you want to know what is offered on this smart device? How does it perform in the real world? Continue reading this article until the conclusion section of this article.

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Switch to design. His body here is only small and also thin with only 8.35mm. The first time holding this device, the author has to admit it feels quite comfortable in the hand. Besides, it is easy to put in a pocket or carry anywhere. It is seen featuring a plastic -based back, along with a glossy matte design.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Review Conclusion

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Review Conclusion

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Review Conclusion – The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G is a smartphone with the best stylus on the market right now. The throne is won by default because no other flagship device offers the same feature set as the Note20 Ultra on the market right now. That’s why we say he’s a king without a hat because he has no competitors at all and makes his victory feel a little empty.

But we also feel it’s Samsung’s best candybar type smartphone of the year even though many don’t like the Exynos 990. As we said in the S20 FE review, the difference between the Exynos 990 and Snapdragon 865 is actually almost zero. The user experience of both devices is the same.

Note20 Ultra is the best candybar smartphone because of the combination of premium gadget design, powerful hardware, software with various additional features, better camera lady than S20 Ultra 5G and satisfactory battery life.

We admit at RM5199 it is beyond the means of most users; however we recommend the Samsung Note20 Ultra; for those who want a flagship device that offers features that can increase productivity.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Benchmark Test 


Powerful processor with large RAM size that ensures various applications can be launched smoothly and quickly.
Samsung One UI 2.5 is very smooth with various interesting additional features such as YourPhone on Windows 10.
The S-Pen stylus is faster and more precise.
The best camera capabilities on Samsung devices this year.
Satisfactory battery life.
Operating system support for up to three years.


Curved screens are still in use.
Charging support is only 25W. Slower than the S20 Ultra with 45W.
The Exynos 990 is not the most powerful chip for a device that sells for over RM5000.
The modified S-Pen storage location is less ergonomic for kinan users.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Benchmark Test

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Benchmark Test

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Benchmark Test – Yes we know you’re not quite fond of Samsung‘s Exynos processor which for three years failed to provide a meaningful challenge to Apple’s A series chips and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon. The benchmark scores recorded confirm all the news you’ve heard since the beginning of the year. The score recorded by the Note20 Ultra is also consistently lower than what we can record on the S20 Ultra 5G. This is strange because both of these flagship gadget use Exynos 990 in Malaysia.

The Apple A13 Bionic and Snapdragon 865+ recorded scores that were around 20-30% higher in certain situations. But we would like to say that the Note20 Ultra review is done simultaneously with the ROG Phone 3 and Galaxy Z Fold2 reviews. Both of these devices use Snapdragon 865+ and we feel there is no significant difference in terms of speed as well as smoothness of the device.

Also Read This Gadget Article: Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Brief Review 

The Comparation of User Experience

The user experience of the Note20 Ultra and Z Fold2 is similar. Both are fast (especially if the 120Hz screen is enabled) with Fold2 slightly faster in processing edited video. Launching the first app is almost no different either. The level of warmth we experienced also felt the same in the hands. We are sure that without using the AIDA64 app; you may not be able to guess which device is using the Exynos 990 or not.

But we know many are disappointed with Samsung’s results this year. The Tab S7 and Fold2 tablets can be offered with the Snapdragon 865; and the S20 FE with the Snapdragon 865. It is difficult to justify the RM5199 device not using the best processor of 2020.

Thanks for reading this gadget review article about Samsung brand that is titled “Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Benchmark Test”