Huawei P10 VTR-L29 64GB Graphite Black, 5.1", Dual Sim, GSM Unlocked International Model, No Warranty
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- Model: Huawei P10 VTR-L29, OS: Android 7.0, CPU: HUAWEI Kirin 960 CPU, Octa-core 4* Cortex A73 2.4 GHz + 4*Cortex A53 1.8 GHz , Sensors: Fingerprint Sensor, G-Sensor, Gyroscope Sensor, Compass, Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Hall Sensor. Main Camera: 20 MP Monochrome + 12 MP RGB, F2.2, Front Camera: 8 MP AF, F1.9, 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM. Display: 5.1 inch FHD 1920 x 1080, 16M colours, 432 PPI.
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carrier such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
- Please check if your GSM cellular carrier supports the bands for this model before purchasing, LTE may not be available in all regions: Main SIM card: 4G TD-LTE: Bands 38/39/40/41 (100 MHz), 4G FDD LTE: Bands: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/9/12/17/18/19/20/26/28/29, 3G UMTS (WCDMA) / HSPA+ / DC-HSDPA: Bands 1/2/4/5/6/8/19, 2G GSM / EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. Secondary SIM: card (Only support voice communication): 3G UMTS (WCDMA): Bands 1/2/4/5/6/8/19, 2G GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz.
- This device may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international items. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
- The box contains: Your new device, USB cable, Charger, Documentation.
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Tech Specs 2G bands: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G bands: HSDPA 800 / 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100 LTE bands: 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 9(1800), 12(700), 17(700), 18(800), 19(800), 20(800), 26(850), 28(700), 29(700), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500) IPS-NEO LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 5.1 inches, 1080 x 1920 pixels Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat) Chipset: HiSilicon Kirin 960 CPU: Octa-core (4x2.4 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4x1.8 GHz Cortex-A53) GPU: Mali-G71 MP8 Card slot: microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot) Internal memory: 64 GB (L29), 4 GB RAM Camera: Dual 20 MP + 12 MP, f/2.2, OIS, Leica optics, phase detection and laser autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash Non-removable Li-Ion 3200 mAh battery
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There are a lot of camera features... I've uploaded some photos to show a few, but I've since found way better techniques:
The first worth mentioning that I found out AFTER taking the photos uploaded, is that to squeeze 25 MB from the camera, you need to go to pro mode and enable RAW format, resolution 5120x3840. Taken this way, your phone will actually take two photos each time, both in raw format and one in jpeg. jpegs max out at about 6MB regardless of setting.
A VERY IMPORTANT note is that editing these photos with the stock editing options on your phone in ANY WAY will drop the file size to less than 2 MB. There are two ways to edit on your phone, a simple "edit" button and an "advanced" edit, and while both have really powerful control, they ruin your photo even if you don't realize it at first. all photos i uploaded are a fraction of the quality I could have gotten!
So, If you want to edit your raw photos on your phone, or maintain integrity of any photo really, it's essential to use something like adobe photoshop express or lightroom, both are free apps. However, i've still noticed them drop to about 10 MB after exporting. Therefor, the only way I've found to get the best photos from this phone is to upload it to my computer and edit it on the desktop adobe & lightroom app. You can keep huge file sizes that contain beautiful photos, and zoom in with shocking detail. A lesser note is that while viewing RAW format in normal gallery of your phone, it doesn't look that awesome. But don't be fooled.
A. Auto settings
1.resolution options (20M 5120x3840 [4:3], 12M 3968x2976 [4:3], 9M [16:9], etc.).
2. "portrait mode". This is possible because of the dual camera; iPhone 7+ also has it but not regular. It essentially toggles background blur on or off and an option to add "beauty" effect via scale bar from 1-10 which effectively smooths complexion (definitely best photos I've ever taken of people). Portrait mode however is is software enhanced "bokah" unlike cameras that will use only lenses to change aperture and "blur", and this comes with limitations. It may not blur parts that should be, and you'll need to post edit.
3. Wide aperture mode. This works sometimes, and sometimes not... It can't always tell the difference between distances accurately.
6. Vivid colors, Smooth color, Standard. This is nice to auto-saturate in a nice way. the bee photo attached is "vivid"
B. HDR: Max res is 12M.
C. Professional Mode:
1. Ability to shoot in RAW format, which takes a photo with zero software input from your camera like color balance, saturation, lighting, etc. Anyone serious about photography will often shoot in RAW format and add color balance, etc, in post editing. This sounded great for a phone.
There are two built in editing functions. I mention both because the "advanced" editing will write over your original photo, and the original cannot be retrieved. Therefor, I'll use the "basic" edit function to crop it first, therefor duplicating the photo.
1. Auto mode can be much too bright for sunny environments, and it's best to change the ISO manually.
2. iPhone 7 photos look spectacular in person, it can't be argued... It's because their screen is simply better than any other phone I've seen. Viewing other photos on the iPhone 7 screen will show you images like you've never seen before, meaning pictures that look okay on an old phone can look a lot better than you really thought. This is a good time to mention however a big sell point for me was that the Huawei and iPhone are the only phones still using LCD, where the overwhelming majority uses AMOLED. That being said, the iPhone 7 photos look better imo, until you view a P10 photo ON their screen, and the p10 comes out on top.
The biggest thing iPhone lacks is customizability, attention to detail, and a second camera that soaks up all the light you could ever need.
Other general modes areee (in one breath), Light painting (slow exposure for making light trails from stars and cars, or running water), Time laps, Slow mo, Watermark, Audio note, Document scan (automatic PDF HECK YES), Good Food (Make your food look more delicious..?), Monochrome (black and white), Night shot, Panorama.
About the phone itself.
Some Unique things I haven't been able to easily do in the past..
1. Screen Recording- how cool is that? Record yourself playing games or, well, anything you want.
2. File system feels much more like computer.
3. You can natively switch the home screen style to be like android with an app drawer, or to be like iPhone with no app drawer.
4. The home button can be on screen or moved to the button on the bottom. However, it's not a button really but a scanner that you just place your finger on to either unlock, return to main screen, swipe right for list of apps, etc. Feels much nicer than clicking a button imo, but makes it hard for friends to navigate your phone.
Some things that are annoying or i'm getting used to
1. Texting a number requires that there is a country code (1 for USA) in front of your contacts number. otherwise it says it's invalid. have to edit all my contacts now, but this makes sense being an international phone.
2. The biggest change I could wish for is more customization of the left most home screen. They have a great idea going similar to HTC, where where you can show news and stuff. However, it's powered by "flipboard", a service I think is just okay, and the customizations are generic "news, business, technology, etc. etc." but lacks the first option for me, "science". I guess being a material science engineer, I would love to be able to quickly see science articles but alas, I cannot. Mostly, I don't even remember that this option is on the phone as it's easily ignored and forgotten if you don't like it.
2. Everytime I go to type something, a notification bar with dropdown menu shows option to "pick your keyboard". Although it's nice that there's 3 different internally built keyboards to choose from, I've already chosen once so you don't have to keep reminding me!