NEW Smart phones
New Smartphones reviews and rumours...
...Starting at $399, the new iPhone SE replaces the iPhone 8 and packs a fast A13 Bionic chip, a 4.7-inch Retina display, a Touch ID sensor and wireless charging. And while there's only one camera on the front and back, they get a boost from Apple'smachine learning tricks to capture portraits.
The original iPhone SE was a budget 4-inch iPhone before being discontinued in 2018, but Apple revived the name in April 2020 with a new 4.7-inch model that looks like an iPhone 8 with internals similar to those of the iPhone 11. It features an A13 Bionic chip, 3GB RAM, and a low starting price of $399. Comes in white, black, and red, and comes with 64, 128, or 256GB of storage.
A13 Bionic chip
iPhone 8 design
Single-lens rear camera
Red, white and black colors
$399 starting price
HUAWEI P40 Pro...
...24 February 2020: Huawei confirmed P40 launch date of 26 March. Huawei has officially confirmed that it's launching the P40 series on 26 March, saying it was "the world's most powerful 5G flagship smartphone".
Speak for yourself with the Ultra Vision Leica Quad Camera by capturing photos and videos anytime and anywhere you want. Revolutionize your experience of speed and power with the cutting-edge Kirin 990 5G Chipset. The innovative design upgrades your visual entertainment and ergonomic comfort. Explore now and future with HUAWEI P40 Pro.
...Inspired by the beauty and form of flowing water, the Quad-Curve Overflow Display1 is innovated to dissolve the barriers of vision and imagination on every edge. Plus with the 90 Hz refresh rate, you can enjoy an immersive view over the entire fluid screen. The mounting middle frame and protective round corners enhance the harmonious feel from your eyes to your hand.
...The Huawei P40 undercuts the Galaxy S20, despite its higher resolution main camera, and the fact it has more front cameras. But it also loses out on some of the S20-series’ highlights, including wireless charging and a high refresh rate screen. With Huawei still ironing out its Google-free offering, exactly who the P40 appeals to in the west is yet to be seen. But there’s every chance that it could be the best smartphone camera at its price.
Versatile camera system
Quad camera setup, including ToF sensor
Primary: 50MP 1/1.28″ sensor (12MP output), 23mm-equivalent (1x defined as 27mm) f/1.9-aperture lens, full-pixel Octa-PD, OIS
Ultra-wide: 40MP 1/1.54″ sensor, 18mm-equivalent f/1.8-aperture lens, PDAF
Tele: 12MP 1/3.56″ sensor, 125mm-equivalent f/3.4-aperture lens, PDAF, OIS
ToF 3D depth-sensing camera (78-degree FOV)
4K video, 2160p/60fps (2160p/30fps tested); default is wide-angle camera 1080P/30fps
Multispectral color temperature sensor