Infinix Hot 10S Poor Design

Infinix Hot 10S Poor Design

Infinix Hot 10S Poor Design – However, you should know that the design does not use embossing technique but this pattern is produced in a flat shape. I mean here, it doesn’t have a rough texture at all. In this case, you are advised to be more careful while holding because the surface of the back panel is quite slippery.

Undoubtedly, the Infinix Hot 10S has curved sides which should be very helpful in providing good grip. Keep in mind, you still need to be careful to prevent any unwanted incidents from happening. From my own temporary experimentation, there have been a few times even this smartphone almost slipped out of hand. But, luck was on my side when it was still fast to catch it before it fell and crashed to the floor, then startled the germs around.

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Back Panel

One more thing because of the use of such an android back panel, it actually traps fingerprints easily. Sometimes it is a bit annoying when you have to wipe it regularly. Certainly someone will say, the use of a framework can definitely solve this problem. There is no denying it, it is one of the thoughtful solutions. In fact, Infinix is ​​also not shy to provide a free frame in the packaging box. The second thing to admit is that the construction of the frame provided is also much better – if you want to compare with the plastic or soft silicone frame that is commonly provided by a number of other brands.

But the downside is that the given framework does not protect the entire body of the smartphone. The reason is, it only protects on all four corners. But, not on the metal frame part of the body in the middle. Therefore, the percentage rate for that part of the balar scratches is very high. So, I think it’s good to have a durable frame.

Huawei Nova 7 5G Review Conclusion

Huawei Nova 7 5G Review Conclusion

Huawei Nova 7 5G Review Conclusion – Concluding the Huawei Nova 7 review is by telling you, is the device worth owning and for whom is this device? If you ask me, I honestly say a device that doesn’t have GMS is certainly not something I would recommend to you to buy it. Troublesome! Lots of limitations and hard to do various tasks, again email, YouTube and Google Photos.

This device is undeniably great enough. The screen is beautiful, satisfying when watching videos, listening to songs is also very good, premium design and looks luxurious. Not to forget also the camera’s adequate capabilities for casual use.


Those who are new to photography and OLED screens, this device is a good device. No problem to use it. It’s also ideal for those who want to find a device for everyday use and won’t be switching devices in the long run. This means, once you’ve bought this device and slarikan what it fits like social media accounts and WhatsApp-use it straight away and don’t worry about anything. For those who frequently switch devices, it’s a bit tedious if you want to make a file transfer.

Making the device as a gift for the elderly is also quite good. Suppose you are using a Huawei device, it now has MeeTime so it is easy to make free and high quality video calls. Lastly, for those who want to try the HMS ecosystem – this is the best android to try. It’s powerful, fast and smooth.

The sale price is RM1,999, which is not so expensive and fits in the category. The Nova 7 has its own strengths and the only big drawback is the absence of GMS alone.

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Picture Quality

The picture quality on this device surprisingly gives satisfactory results. We start with a selfie camera. In environments that have exposure to sunlight, the result of the picture looks a little faded and soft. But the details are still preserved. In contrast to the picture results in an atmosphere that relies on LED lighting. It’s prettier, has more details and has colors that match the human eye sees in the real world. The bokeh effect is also neat and acceptable.

Huawei Nova 7 5G Specifications

Huawei Nova 7 5G Specifications

Huawei Nova 7 5G Specifications – The Huawei Nova 7 5G is powered by a 7nm Kirin 985 chip. The chip has the power of 1 x 2.58 GHz Cortex-A76 + 3 x 2.40 GHz Cortex-A76 + 4 x 1.84 GHz Cortex-A55 and Mali-G77 graphics chip. Completing the device is 8GB of RAM memory and 256GB of UFS 3.0 internal storage. This is the first device in the world to use this chip and it is a very unique powerful chip. It creates a new category in the flagship android class. The Kirin 985 is similar to the Snapdragon 855 and is very similar to the Kirin 990 but a little less powerful. As such, this chip is a pinnacle class chip.

With the use of this chip, it promises satisfactory performance and user experience. Scrolling on the screen is always smooth and fast and there is no time lag problem at all. Surprisingly, it also supports multi-tasking with a floating window to further simplify the work. Opening, closing and installing applications is fast. Switching between applications is also not a problem and is smooth.

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For the camera, it uses a combination of four lenses namely 64MP + 8MP ultra wide angle + 8MP telephoto + 2MP macro 32MP selfie lens. Interesting with the camera of this device is; that it is capable of recording 4K 30FPS video regardless of the rear or front camera. As usual, the camera will also be powered by Huawei-made intelligence to go through the post-process so that the image result is more beautiful.

The device’s battery is only 4000mAh, charged via USB-C, a 40W charger is provided and can also be used as a powerbank for other devices with 5W power. Complementing the specifications of this device is the presence of infrared sensors, NFC and even Bluetooth 5.1 also.

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Realme C12 Display Quality

Realme C12 Display Quality

Realme C12 Display Quality – For starters, the author will touch on the display section first. Realme is seen using a display with an almost full design on this part – similar to what we can find on a number of their previous release devices. As the authors listed in the brief specifications section, the Realme C12 uses a 6.5-inch display with an IPS LCD type panel.

After testing it further, the authors found a display like this to be large enough and very adequate for the daily use of a number of users today. Although, there is still a rather thick chin on the bottom of this device. Frankly the author says, it actually does not interfere with use at all. Through it, the experience of watching videos, scrolling social media, surfing the web and playing the first (mobile games) is really fun and enjoyable with a big screen like this.

Naturally not all that good life will be perfect including the Realme C12 itself. The screen is indeed quite large, but the included resolution is only HD+ (720 x 1,600 pixels). Actually, you don’t have to worry. Although the resolution used on this Realme android is low and the display is probably not the sharpest. Only, when you are watching a video. Then, you turn it to full display setting. The video will look a bit broken.

The author argues, the quality of the screen presented is still at a satisfactory level. It is seen to give a good visual presentation, the screen description is satisfactory and the viewing angle is also seen to be fine.

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Next, the author will proceed with the finishing on the device as well. The Realme C12 uses a completely plastic -based construction. Or its scientific name is known as polycarbonate -based material. Even so, this device still has its own charm to attract attention especially among loyal fans.

Should I buy Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G

Should I buy Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G

Should I buy Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G – The Galaxy Note20 5G seems to have been ignored by Samsung and they are giving the main focus to the Ultra. Although it is good to use this device, but in terms of price it is better to look for other alternatives. True, the 5G variation will help a bit in terms of network – but are you willing to spend the extra RM400 for 4G+?


For a Galaxy Note device, the Note20 5G has a relatively poor battery life. we have relatively high expectations which expect can reach 6-7 hours SOT. On the other hand, this expectation was dashed with a battery life of around 5 hours SOT only. Quite weak, considering that this device is a productivity -focused device. The use of this beautiful S-Pen, DEX, camera and screen definitely consumes a lot of power.

This weak battery is matched with a charging power of only 25W. Interestingly, it uses USB-PD technology so it’s quite convenient. It’s just, when compared to other flagship devices at a much cheaper price – this 25W charging is weak. Thankfully, Samsung retains wireless charging and reverse wireless charging functionality.

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Like most Samsung flagship android, the Note20 5G also has Dolby Atmos -optimized stereo speaker support. The audio quality of Samsung’s flagship devices never disappoints and is always great. The sound level is very good and quite loud. Has a nice sound balance, especially when playing music. As well as the experience of watching video, the audio has a good rumble giving an immersive experience.

The Note20 5g is a Samsung device that doesn’t have an audio jack port-so the alternative is to use a set of USB-C wired earphones or even a Samsung TWS like the Galaxy Buds for good ecosystem use.

Video Recording

Video recording on this device is undeniably interesting and satisfying. The color shown is beautiful, the stability is also satisfactory. Like the Galaxy S20, video recording quality remains quality no matter from audio, color, detail. For the test we did was 8K video recording. In low light conditions it still displays bright colors and well -preserved details. The only problem is making 8K recordings, the device will feel extreme heat.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Processing Capabilities

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Processing Capabilities

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Processing Capabilities – Like the S20, you will receive a benchmark score that is more or less the same. As we often say, a benchmark score is a test of merely showing numbers only and numbers are mere numbers. Imagine, can you accept that the Geekbench OnePlus Nord score is higher than the Note20 5G? No isn’t it? Therefore, consumption in the world of reality is even more important.

The AnTuTu score recorded a value of 523,438 which is a common score we see in the pinnacle device class. The Geekbench score is 460 for one core, which is a low score compared to the OnePlus Nord. Meanwhile, the multi-core score is 2,667 which is a fairly high score.

This android device has no problems in performing multi-task activities, opening many applications simultaneously or even playing first. The greatness of this One UI is undeniably great enough, so much so that the already famous OnePlus with Oxygen OS which is similar to the original Android changed to a design similar to One UI.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Brief Review 

GPS & Telephony

GPS on this Samsung device during early use, the location is difficult to lock and navigation takes a long time to find the intricacies. This complicates our daily use, until the update arrives-although in the change log list does not state any changes regarding GPS it has a good change. GPS works better no matter the green or blue telco.

Phone calls are also great. According to the receiver, no hearing problems occurred and the audio quality was clear and bright. Then, we noticed that any 5G device has a better network than 4G when it comes to phone calls. Similarly with mobile data, 4G+ networks are easier to accept compared to 4G devices that often accept only 4G.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Brief Review

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Brief Review

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Brief Review – The Samsung Galaxy Note is the second annual flagship device series from Samsung. Earlier this year they will launch a flagship device in the Galaxy Sm series which is a balanced device in terms of performance, camera and battery. But the Galaxy Note is a productivity-focused device, thanks to the S-Pen stylus. However, if you’ve noticed since the Galaxy Note 9 – Samsung started focusing first through this Galaxy Note series.

The same goes for the recently launched Galaxy Note20. Samsung is partnering with Micrsosoft to include xCloud support. Galaxy Note20 also has two variations in Malaysia, namely 4G and 5G, which will make many users question which one is better to buy? While Malaysia still does not have a 5G network for general use. This is our review article about Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G, if you want to own this device – please read first.

This Galaxy Note20 5G we say is far left with its brother is because of the size and specifications that do not seem to fit. The size is too big and the construction is too “cheap”. Features and functions are not enough properties, because compared to the Ultra – a lot of sacrifices are made.

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Underneath this device the S-Pen has been moved to the right side which makes use seem awkward. Then there are audio jack ports, microphone holes, and speaker lattice. On top there is only a microphone hole and a SIM card slot.

On the right side there is nothing, because the power button and the volume up button are placed on the left side. The screen design of this Samsung android is kind of flat and also perforated. Interestingly, the use of the bezel is thin only the chin still looks a bit thick. Speaking of screens, the screen quality is a bit surprising – great. Beautiful colors, good brightness, fairly dark blacks as well as eye -satisfying HDR values. The experience of using this screen is like most other Samsung devices that use AMOLED panels. Just, the disappointing thing is – it’s limited to FHD+ and 60Hz only.

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Display Quality

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Display Quality

Huawei Matepad (WiFi) Display Quality – The display here uses a 10.4-inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. With the use of a thin bezel, the Huawei Matepad looks like a modern tablet. The device is seen using a uniform bezel finish-which gives a screen-to-body ratio of 84%. Next, this front display also received recognition from TUV Rheinland for its low blue beam illumination. Through it, users will be more comfortable to use this device in the long run.

After testing it further, the authors found that the LCD screen used was able to provide a good display. Although not as beautiful as the AMOLED panel display, but the author thinks the screen performance on the Huawei Matepad is still at a satisfactory level. With a fairly bright color presentation and a variety of text -based displays it is also easy to read through the screen of the device.

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Although it also only supports displays with a standard refresh rate (60Hz). The author feels that what is offered here is adequate for daily use. The android review writer said so because the writer had time to try it with various activities including watching videos, surfing the web and more. The experience here was indeed satisfying, then coupled with the good audio quality makes it a great combination.

Not to be outdone, the degree of view is also seen as good; so that it can be viewed from various angles. In other words, it is quite adequate for the daily use of the user. However, there are a few constraints that may arise when you use this tablet with a keyboard accessory. Where, the viewing degree presentation is quite weak as it provides a display with a limited angle of around 30 degrees only. But, that is the taste of the writer-so it depends on the comfort of each.

Huawei nova 8i Specs

Huawei nova 8i Specs

Huawei nova 8i Specs – Commenting further on the results, the Huawei nova 8i is only able to take good pictures during the day. It shows good picture results as long as it receives enough lighting. In short, it depends on the lighting conditions of the environment. However, there are times when the quality is at a less than satisfactory level – where the color production is a little less pronounced. However, it is still acceptable for most situations.

Other drawbacks are beginning to appear on photos taken in low lighting. It clearly shows the detail on the image being soft and there is a fairly noticeable noise problem. In addition, the camera is also equipped

i built -in night mode support for better night picture results. But unfortunately, noise problems are still clearly visible for some situations. The capture time was also seen to take about six seconds.

The zoom system can take good pictures up to 8X. Then, the wide-angle mode is seen to give only moderate results because the results also depend on the lighting conditions of the environment. Due to that, the macro lens used is only 2-Megapixel in size. So, not much can be expected from this camera. The resulting image looks shattered and not very clear-in a simple sense, it’s just a mere gimmick.

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The included battery is 4,300mAh. Arguably quite low compared to a number of nearby competitors. On average I was able to get an SOT reading of at least 8-9 hours in moderate use. This is entirely LTE dependent as I don’t have a WiFi connection at home. When the battery runs out, the android device can be recharged using the 66W charger included in the box.

According to Huawei, this device can be charged up to 60% in just 17 minutes and a full charge only takes 38 minutes. Even so, I can’t test it specifically because the charger provided for this review unit is only 40W powered. It looks fast with a recharge time of less than an hour.

Huawei nova 8i Design Shape

Huawei nova 8i Design Shape

Huawei nova 8i Design Shape – At first glance, the design here seems to take inspiration from the Huawei Mate 30 Pro – complete with a round -shaped rear camera module. However, basically the Huawei nova 8i brings something different. It is easy to conclude that they are not the same and not the same. The Huawei nova 8i features a simple finish with a glossy back panel. Coupled with, the ergonomic construction from every curved side angle also gives me comfort while holding the Huawei android.

One must be wondering, what kind of material is used? The answer is, the back panel of this device is built with a plastic -based material. Even so, it still has its own beauty. Concise but interesting. It’s just that the back panel without any texture feels a bit slippery and greasy. Not only that it is also easy to trap stains especially fingerprints when holding it regularly.

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The Hump

One more thing, the camera hump used is also quite large making it difficult to place evenly on the table surface. Therefore, the use of a frame on it is recommended so that the device remains beautiful and not easily scratched. If the budget is running out, don’t worry Huawei also provides a silicone frame that is provided for free in the packaging box.

Commenting on the fingerprint scanner, it works well and the process of unlocking the device is very fast. Where, a finger just needs to touch on the sensor, then the device will be unlocked immediately. But provided you need to make sure the fingers are always clean and not wet. The reason is, it looks unresponsive if your fingers are wet or dirty. This is based on my own experience.

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Poco X3 Processing Quality

Poco X3 Processing Quality – Surprisingly for such an affordable device, it includes stereo speaker support. One on the bottom and another on the earpiece side. For a device in this class, we are very grateful Poco includes this speaker support. Not only does the device still retain a 3.5mm audio jack port, the use of stereo speakers will provide a different user experience.

But, that doesn’t mean the audio quality is great. The voice level is not loud enough and loud which is unsatisfactory. Then, the bass is just a little bit and not deep enough, in terms of vocals it’s clear the system is trying to optimize for good vocals – but listening to the music is less pleasant. Lastly, hi as if nothing makes some music uninteresting to listen to on this device. Most disappointingly, the speakers had a slight hissing noise.

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The android camera uses a quad-camera setting. The main lens is 64MP combined with a 13MP ultra -wide -angle lens with a 119 -degree viewing angle, as well as two 2MP lenses – one macro and one depth sensor. This is a great camera sensor for a middle class device.

The result of the picture obtained, you can not have high expectations. This is because it is a middle class device and there will be sacrifices to be made. But, the results are not disappointing and satisfactory for a device in this class. We are also quite excited about the camera capabilities of this device. It’s just that it has the same problem as the Google Pixel 4a, which is a long post-process time. Every picture that has been taken, as soon as you want to continue to see the results in the gallery – it still loads and the final result is only displayed after a few seconds.


The color produced varies according to the lens. Sometimes it’s a little faded, sometimes it’s bluish. Although the color is inconsistent, it still has interesting results. The details are not well preserved, the focus is also just ordinary. Portrait mode is quite neat, it is able to isolate the subject with the background very well.

The human face looks a little soft as if makeup is being used. This is because the MIUI camera app always seems to have a beauty mode that cannot be turned off. Night mode has a bit of a focus problem, but the color results are satisfactory. Details remain unreserved.

Selfie cameras are the worst. It is too soft and unnatural. As well as sometimes blurred and unable to provide vivid colors. The macro mode is quite good, but there is still visible noise and not optimized well enough. The overall quality however is quite good.

Realme 7 Review Conclusion

Realme 7 Review Conclusion

Realme 7 Review Conclusion – So how? Is it worth it or not for you to invest money to get this phone? Okay, it feels like if you want to experience using a device with MediaTek Helio G95 with a 90Hz screen. Realme 7 might be something you can try. In case you don’t care about high screen issues, but want to use a smart android under Realme 7. You can get Realme 7 Pro. Only the screen here is a little small but uses a Super AMOLED type panel. The battery is also a bit small at 4,500mAh but supports 65W fast charging and uses a 720G Snapdragon processor.

As another alternative, you may also be able to get the Poco X3 NFC with a 120Hz screen, a large 5,160mAh battery and a 732G Snapdragon processor. Or you can also get the Samsung Galaxy M51. The price may be a little high, but it comes with a Super AMOLED panel, a huge 7,000mAh battery and uses a Snapdragon 730G. Be a smart consumer, the choice is in your hands.


Realme 7 comes with a 5,000mAh battery. This is a significant improvement over the Realme 6 which comes with a 4,300mAh battery and the Realme 7 Pro which has 4,500mAh. The battery life here managed to reach the target with a good Screen On-Time (SoT) reading of around 8 hours and 26 minutes. In fact, the battery was still remaining at 27% at that time. However, this resistance will change depending on the use of each. More interestingly, the process for recharging is also short. The reason is, the Realme 7 comes with a fast charging 30W Dart Charge – where the full charging process only takes about an hour.

Also Read: Realme 7 Achievements 


Comfortable for all day use, non -slip finish
Good processor in its class
Improvements on the camera side
Offers satisfactory battery life
Short recharging process


Audio quality is unsatisfactory

Realme 7 Achievements

Realme 7 Achievements

Realme 7 Achievements – As the author said at the beginning of this article, Realme 7 uses the MediaTek Helio G95 chip. A few interesting facts for all, the Realme 7 is the first device to use this processor chip. The variations that the author accepts here are 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (UFS 2.1). The author also understands, this device is only offered in one variation only for the local market.

Touching a little on this processor chip, the MediaTek Helio G95 is an improvement over the MediaTek Helio G90T with android performance improvements on the CPU and GPU. The 12nm chip brings an eight-core design, with 2 x 2.05 GHz Cortex-A76 and 6 x 2.05 GHz Cortex-A55 along with a matching Mali-G76 MC4 GPU. The author also managed to run some benchmark tests on this device through the AnTuTu Benchmark application, GeekBench 5 and Don’t Kill My Apps for reference (refer to the picture below):

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For its performance in the real world, Realme 7 is able to function well and be responsive throughout this review. Arguably, almost all normal daily tasks and activities such as opening, closing and changing applications feel satisfying. Coupled with the support of 90Hz refresh rate function; makes the scrolling experience on the display feels good without facing the issue of extreme time delay.

The author also had the opportunity to test it with a number of primers; such as PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty: Mobile. Through it, the author can play PUBG at the highest graphics setting “HD” with a frame rate of “High”. Meanwhile, COD can be played at a “Very High” graphics setting with a “High” frame rate. Admittedly, no overheated back panel issues were found. However, it does not mean no heat at all. Instead, it’s just lukewarm after being played for about 30 minutes.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Review Conclusion

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Review Conclusion

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Review Conclusion – We can honestly say that Xiaomi likes to “kill” their own devices. The selling price of Mi 10T Pro starts from RM1,999. It’s a cheap and worthwhile sale price for a flagship device. But, who is this device for and should Poco F2 Pro users switch to this device?

Mi 10T Pro is for those who want it all in one package. If you want a camera, a high refresh rate screen and great performance – this is the device for you. For those who want an AMOLED screen, Mi 10 and Poco are for you. This device is more of an experience wanting to try out a higher smeula fresh kada screen with an adjustable mode as well as a large battery and not forgetting also the great photographic capabilities.

For those who are still using middle class devices or flagship android that are over two years old. This is the device for you. It is balanced in all aspects and satisfying from the user experience. The selling price is also cheap and very competitive. We personally love this device and in our opinion, the Mi 10T Pro is better than the Poco F2 Pro. The letter “T” used answers the value of this device, which is for “Best”.

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Extreme use, on the other hand, like a lot of primers and streams-it only reaches around 4-5 hours of SOT. In fact we can feel that if you only turn on what is necessary, 90Hz mode only and with the saving mode, this device we are sure no problem to accept the battery life reaches 10 hours SOT.

The fast charging system used is 33W USB-A to USB-C. Xiaomi uses the MMT (Middle Tab) charging technique where the charging flow is from the middle and simultaneously breaks the entire battery with more efficiency, speed and guaranteed battery health.

Xiaomi guarantees that charging this 5000mAh battery is less than 1 hour (59 minutes). But in our experiment, if the device starts to heat up it charges for more than 1 hour.


The best LCD screen we have ever tried.
144Hz support with a very smooth and helpful adjustable mode.
Large battery that guarantees durability.
Great camera with more interesting photography and videography capabilities.


Annoying heating problem.
Still Snapdragon 865 instead of 865+ and memory is limited to 8GB RAM only.
The device feels heavy and tired if held for a long time
High camera bulge.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Camera Capabilities

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Camera Capabilities

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Camera Capabilities – Like any Xiaomi, Redmi or Poco device, the camera app is MIUI Camera which gives users freedom from control as well as customization of themes and sounds in the camera. This camera uses tri-camera settings only, which is 108MP main lens + 13MP ultra wide angle lens + 5MP macro lens. The selfie camera is 20MP.

Night mode

The camera quality on the MI 10T Pro is fantastic. It was beyond our expectations, which is clear here Xiaomi is finally realizing the things they deserve to fix. No matter from video or photo, everything is better. Although not as great as the Mi 10 Ultra, but the Mi 10T Pro has a camera quality as great as a flagship device. The result is great, bright enough, sharp colors as well as very well preserved details.

No matter what mode is used, the results are satisfactory. Xiaomi android this time is more focused on software, such as more filter modes, funny modes and even artificial intelligence editing. Night mode also looks better. But there will only be a function if it is really dark and if there is still light, auto mode alone is enough.

This in turn is a sample for unique modes, such as Cyberpunk and Black Ice filters. Then there is also a sky mode, which-any image that has a sky/clouds it can be converted into a video and also the type of sky.

The selfie camera is also beautiful and neat. But obviously there are modes of beauty that have been applied. Even though this mode is turned off, the soft results are still visible. Details look good only with the use of attractive colors.

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Achievement 



The macro mode also looks good and clear. Focus on this device is faster and easier to focus on an object when recording video or taking pictures. But, the noise is still visible a bit which is obvious through a serious post-process as the noise is obscured.

Video, on the other hand, is capable of recording 8K resolution optimized with artificial intelligence. The results are surprisingly excellent, in terms of focus, color and even stability. Audio also looks better, which is especially helpful if recording a selfie video for a vlog or social media share.

Even so, the Mi 10T Pro’s camera is still not perfect or at its best. It’s just another landmark device with the camera greatness you’d expect.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Achievement

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Achievement

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Achievement – The processing chip and memory usage to be honest we say, is a bit disappointing because it’s just a regular Snapdragon 865 instead of an 865+. Then the memory is also limited to 8GB of RAM, which is a low choice for a flagship android. But thankfully, there are absolutely no performance issues with this device. It is able to operate smoothly and quickly. Not only because of the help from the refresh rate screen, but also because of the use of MIUI 12’s simpler animated transitions.

It makes this device no problem at all in opening, closing many applications or even switching between applications. Multi -tasking mode is also one of the best, through the support of floating windows which in our opinion is even better. While watching a YouTube video and receiving a WhatsApp notification, just tap the notification and a small floating window will appear. Finished replying, it will shrink and float on the top side. This window also stays active and you can easily view incoming messages.

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The screen uses the same size as the Poco X3, which is 6.67-inches. But it has 144Hz AdaptiveSync adjustable refresh rate support. Resolution is limited to FHD+ only, but with HDR10 support it is able to display very good images. The LCD panel used makes us feel excited because we rarely find a landmark device with an LCD screen as beautiful as the Mi 10T Pro.

The colors displayed are beautiful, sharp and have a very good brightness. Whether watching videos on YouTube or Netflix, it will still display excellent and satisfying display quality. Brightness is the best. The device uses an ambient sensor as well as additional sensors specifically for light, which can set the screen brightness better.

Then, the 144Hz refresh rate support is also among the best in the flagship device. This is because, it supports AdaptiveSync customizable mode which sets the refresh rate in accordance with the content. This allows for better and more efficient use of the screen. This mode also provides an additional 8%battery life.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Usage And Software

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Usage And Software

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Usage And Software – Many may want to hear us say the device feels smoother and faster because of the Snapdragon 865. But the fact is this is not the case and the user experience is the same as the S20 Ultra 5G and Note20 Ultra equipped with Exynos 990. Even the user experience is no different with the Z Fold2 using Snapdragon 865+. That’s why we say if the two Exynos 990 and Snapdragon 865 devices are placed side by side, it’s impossible to see the difference.

Android 10 operating system with One UI 2.5 is used. This is the latest version of the launcher from Samsung with a variety of exciting features such as wireless DeX, deeper Your Phone support, Nearby Share and more comprehensive integration with various Microsoft services

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Samsung no longer makes feature differences between their devices over the past two years. If device A receives One UI 2.5, devices B; and C with One UI 2.5 will receive all the same functionality. In addition, starting this year; all flagship devices including the S20 FE will be given operating system support for up to three years.

Granted we were a little disappointed the S20 FE is still using Android 10 but there is relief as the update will be given up to Android 13. For those who don’t want to frequently replace the device; Samsung is a handful of manufacturers that provide Android operating system update support for three years.

We personally felt the finger scanning system used was quite fast. If you don’t trust finger scanning, Samsung has a built -in face scanning system.

The device feels smooth when using the 120Hz screen mode. Scrolling can be done without snoring like a car lacks oxygen. Touch can also be detected well. We just don’t like the screen protectors provided by Samsung. It didn’t look neat and was already scratched even though we had just used it for a day.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Brief Review

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Brief Review

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Brief Review – The wait of more than eight months for Samsung to market a smartphone with Snapdragon 865 in Malaysia has finally ended with the recent launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G. Samsung’s decision to offer the flagship S20 and Note20 devices that only use the Exynos 990 has provoked a negative reaction from their fans in Malaysia.

Is this wait worth it? Our short answer is yes if you are indeed a hardcore Samsung fan. For a longer and more comprehensive answer this review will provide any enlightenment you may wish for.

In terms of size the S20 FE is a model located between the S20 and S20+. The 6.5 ″ screen only supports up to FHD+ resolution with a pixel density of 407 ppi and a refresh rate of 120Hz. As the most affordable S20 series model offered in Malaysia, Samsung feels that FHD+ resolution alone is sufficient. Yes the S20 which was previously the most basic model supports QHD+resolution.

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But we couldn’t even see a significant visual difference between the S20 FE and S20 Ultra 5G screens we use as Android phones of daily use. This similarity is because both the S20 FE and S20 Ultra 5G use the 120Hz screen technology without the adaptive system introduced on the Note20 series.

The physical difference lies in the thicker bezel on the S20 FE. The top and bottom bezels are thicker than the sides. This is in contrast to the S20 Ultra 5G which has a thin bezel that is evenly spaced on all four sides of the screen.

With the Super AMOLED panel, accurate color, opaque black and maximum brightness can be enjoyed especially the HDR10+ content which is now beginning to be offered on various services. Large pixels are only visible if we place the eye an inch from the surface of the screen. But who does this every day? The use of FHD+ screens alone in our opinion is not a big issue.

Honor 9S Display Quality

Honor 9S Display Quality

Honor 9S Display Quality – As usual, the first thing we will touch on is about the display on the device. Note here, the screen panel used is a type of TFT LCD at a size of 5.45-inches with HD+ resolution (720 X 1440). The display here is also TUV Rheinland certified for low blue beam illumination. The design on the front panel does not follow the latest trends, instead it comes with a bezel size on the chin, forehead and thick sides. In the author’s view, such a design results in a lower surface area on the screen. This may be due to the author already accustomed to the display of other devices that use more modern designs as well as wide screen ratios.

Sorry if there are parties who do not agree with the author. Not meant to belittle its capabilities. But if we look back at most of the smart devices in the same class and price tag, it is seen to change according to the latest more modern trends including perforated screen designs. In terms of performance, the author can say that the quality of the screen looks moderate with good color production. Looking at the screen from different angles also feels fine, without extreme problems. However, the display of this device is seen to facilitate the appearance of pixels on the screen display of the device.

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Back Panel

Next, this back panel was also found not to be too smooth. At the same time making the device comfortable to use with only one hand. Also visible on this panel is the construction of a rectangular camera module with three circles inside. But friendly writers say, don’t be fooled by what you see. Why? The author will explain on the camera section later. So keep reading.

On the right side there is a power button and volume adjustment. On the left side, you will find a slot for SIM with support for up to three card slots (nano SIM + nano SIM + microSD). Next, there is a 3.5mm audio jack on the top. Finally, at the bottom you will find a microphone hole and a micro-USB connection port. All of these standard buttons are seen arranged in an ergonomic position and are easy to reach with the thumb when holding this device. There are three attractive color options to choose from namely red, blue and black.

Perhaps there will be parties who will ask the author: where to place the fingerprint scanner support? The answer is no. The Honor 9S does not come with fingerprint scanner support. Instead it only comes with settings for the face scanning system. The author had time to test its performance and found that it responds quickly in a bright environment. Alternatively, you can also use traditional security systems such as the use of passwords or patents.

In addition, there is also a Smart Unlock function-allows you to unlock the android device via any other device connected to this device via a bluetooth-based connection. One such example is like a smart bracelet and it does not require any verification process.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Audio and Battery Capability

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Audio and Battery Capability

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Audio and Battery Capability – A stereo audio system is used with one facing forward while the other is facing sideways. You must have guessed with this configuration the audio performance is less balanced with the louder bottom speakers.

Audio performance only shows improvement when the Dolby Atmos system is activated. Flat, gloomy audio sounds more dynamic. It’s not the best audio system on a smartphone we’ve ever heard of but it’s not the best either. Just being in the middle like a spirit is not accepted by the earth.

Audio quality when using audio accessories only we can categorize as indecent. But this really depends on the accessories worn as well. The earphones provided (with USB-C connection) are satisfactory; as well if the headphones with LDAC are tether. The conclusion here is that the physical audio system is simple, the audio system using accessories is satisfactory. If the Note20 Ultra is a football team it is Arsenal.

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Battery life is highly dependent on how you use the Note20 Ultra. SOT 10 hours with a usage life of around 16 hours we enjoy while at home with WiFi. SOT 5 hours and a usage life of around 11 hours occurs when we work outside relying entirely on the cellular network. This is only modest battery performance by 2020 standards.

The android device only supports 25W charging unlike the S20 Ultra which supports up to 45W. The detector time taken is around 80 minutes which is slow according to the standards of the current landmark device.

On the market now there are several devices like the Black Shark 3S with a 65W charger that is capable of fully charging the device in 50 minutes. Samsung will reportedly support 65W charging next year.

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Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Interface And Usage Experience

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Interface And Usage Experience

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Interface And Usage Experience – The biggest change of the Note20 Ultra is actually more visible in the software that not only adds new features but also improves on existing features. We rarely talk about software because it is an aspect that is typically the same on all Android devices. Through the Android -based One UI 2.5 10 additional features were introduced making the Note20 Ultra have some secret weapons to defeat enemies.

First and foremost is the support for launching Android applications on Windows 10 computers via the Your Phone application. This is another “killing feature” that until now has not been announced to be given to other manufacturers ’devices.


The collaboration between Samsung and Microsoft integrates the world’s number one smartphone operating system with the world’s computer operating system more perfectly. You can make phone calls, answer messages and copy paste across platforms directly from Your Phone. We feel this has happened since Bill Gates reportedly used a Samsung and Microsoft launched the Surface Duo which uses Android this year.

For people who do not want to pick up the phone while working in the office or use the phone without the knowledge of the employer in the office, the support of the Your Phone feature is very much needed. We noticed sometimes the disruption in the office went down abruptly after using Your Phone on the Note20 Ultra.

But the real champion and the most important improvement in our opinion is the three -year support of the operating system by Samsung. This longer support commitment is important as the device is priced at RM5199 apiece. But in fact we hope five years of support can be given as Apple did.

What about the user experience of the device? Because it’s a landmark device, there are no problems we can report. Scrolling is very smooth especially if the 120Hz screen mode is activate and many applications can be launch simultaneously because the 12GB RAM used ensures the refresh process will not happen.

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S Pen

This year it S-Pen improved further 9ms lower latency time compared to 32ms last year. This puts it on par with the Apple Pencil. Air Actions is further enhance with four new “witch stick” gestures; namely launching a multi -task screen, taking screenshots, returning to the start screen; and performing back actions without touching the screen.

Personally we feel this witch stick support is more of a gimmick that is rarely use. Last year’s feature that allow the camera to be control with the S Pen was far more useful and practical. Samsung may be call upon to offer new features on modern this year even though they aren’t actually need.

The difference of drawing on the screen with the new S Pen; we can feel for ourselves in the various drawing applications used. We are not artists but the most frequently used feature of the S Pen is signing various digital documents. This process feels more natural on the Note20 Ultra than on the Note10.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Processing Power

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Processing Power

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Processing Power – The screen also displays good and bright colors. The difference we can see when compared to the S20 Ultra’s screen panel is just the maximum description. Samsung’s flagship android is noticeably brighter but at the same time it should be noted this is not a fair comparison as the selling price of the S20 Ultra is almost twice as high. The screen usage experience is satisfactory as long as you don’t switch from a 90Hz screen device or support higher resolutions.

The only processor used was an Exynos 990 recycled from the S20 Ultra 5G. You get 5G network support but no improvement on processing power. In this case the Note20 Ultra is disappointing as it does not use the best chips. At least last year the Note10+ was equipped with the Exynos 9825 which was better than the Exynos 9820 on the S10+. Add heartache when thinking users in China can enjoy the Note20 Ultra with the most powerful Snapdragon 865+ for Android devices to date.

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One thing that doesn’t disappoint is the offering of 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM memory; 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage and microSD card support up to 1TB. The storage size of the Note20 Ultra is twice as large as that of the S20 Ultra. However, we still feel that Samsung should offer more storage because in our opinion 256GB is now a relatively small size for a device aimed at professionals.

If the storage of the Note20 Ultra is better than the S20 Ultra. The opposite is true of camera specifications. With a 108+12+12 megapixel tri camera, it is lower than the 108+48+12+3D TOF. The optical zoom capability is up to 5X (compared to 4X on the S20 Ultra); and digital zoom is up to 50X (compared to 100X on the S20 Ultra). The 3D TOF lens is replaced with a laser zoom system that is supposed to provide better zoom capabilities.

Although the camera specs are “lower”, the Note20 Ultra’s camera hump is higher than the S20 Ultra. It’s the camera hump we’ve hated the most so far. Why is this design still maintained when none of the homosapiens we know feel it is a desired design.

Vivo V20 and V20 Pro Performance

Vivo V20 and V20 Pro Performance

Vivo V20 and V20 Pro Performance – For processors, the two come with different offerings. The V20 uses a Snapdragon 720G processor chip. Meanwhile, the V20 Pro is equipped with a Snapdragon 765G processor. Through it, it gives a slight advantage over the pro version which supports 5G network built -in. Next, the series comes with only one memory variation – namely 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

There is an advantage to the Vivo V20 model – where it comes with support for up to three card slots (nano SIM + nano SIM + microSD). At the same time, it makes it very practical for users who have two SIM cards. In contrast to the pro version which only comes with support for dual-sim nano without a microSD card slot.

In terms of capabilities, it can be said that this device is able to perform all normal daily tasks without any problems. Scrolling on the screen can be done well. Next, the process of opening and changing applications also provides a satisfying experience. Then, the apps we download can also work fine, besides being opened at an instant rate.

FPS Experience

Another thing you need to know too, the first-person play experience on both devices feels satisfying. For example the Asphalt 9 game can be played smoothly and finger touches are seen to be well detected. Next, the first COD can be played with several different settings. This first can be played on the highest Very High graphics with the highest Max frame rate. However, the Max frame rate is only accessible when you play on High graphics. If you play it on Very High graphics, the frame rate will automatically be limited to Very High only.

The story is different from the first PUBG. On the V20, this debut can be played on the highest HD graphics with the highest High frame rate. On the V20 Pro, meanwhile, it can be played at the highest HDR graphics with the highest Ultra frame rate. We also had a chance to run some benchmark tests and the results are as below:

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The Android 10 operating system with FunTouchOS 11 launcher is used on the Vivo V20. In contrast to the pro version which comes with Android 11 support. In short, the interface seems to have been improved and easier to use. It looks like it’s closer to stock Android.

The icons have also been redesigned and the notification panel is also easier to access. There are some interesting functions available such as Dark Mode, Focus Mode, Ultra-Game Mode and many more. Also visible, there is an e-Sport Mode for the first experience with multiple game performance-through it, any notification interruptions will be minimized, besides the display will be more optimal.

Vivo V20 and Pro Version is Similar but Not the Same

Vivo V20 and Pro Version is Similar but Not the Same

Vivo V20 and Pro version is similar but not the same – The Vivo V Series is arguably a line of devices that focuses on photographic and lifestyle capabilities. We can also see how Vivo helps users capture and capture the most beautiful moments in life with a variety of exciting offerings on this line of devices. In the latest development, they further expanded the offerings under this series through the introduction of the Vivo V20 series.

Consisting of two different models, the Vivo V20 and Vivo V20 Pro, what is offered in this series is no less impressive. Perhaps some readers will ask the author: What about the Vivo V20 SE model? Why is it not listed at all? Calm down and be patient. It’s true, Vivo android is ready to come with the Vivo V20 SE. However, it was launched separately a little earlier in the day and sold in Malaysia at RM1,199 per unit. For those of you who are interested, can get it immediately as it is already on the market.

All right, turn to the Vivo V20 and Vivo V20 Pro. With the slogan “44MP Eye Autofocus Selfie, Be the Focus”, I think you can already anticipate what Vivo will bet on this model. Excited to learn more about it? What are some of the main reasons that motivate you to have it? And, is it worth it or not? Keep reading this review article to the end.

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The Vivo V20 and V20 Pro have the same display size. But with a different front panel presentation. What is the difference? The author will explain in a moment. The screen size here is 6.4-inch AMOLED with FHD+resolution. Also visible, Vivo still uses a notched type front panel on both these models. Well, that’s where the difference lies.

Notice exactly, the notch on the Vivo V20 Pro is bigger than the Vivo V20. This is because, the Vivo V20 Pro comes with dual front camera support. Meanwhile, the Vivo V20 only includes a single lens to support its front camera. It doesn’t matter either, one or two. Arguably, its existence did not at all interfere with the use of the device throughout the duration of this review. In fact, the display is seen as quite wide and adequate for the daily use of the average user at this time.

OnePlus 8T Usage Experience

OnePlus 8T Usage Experience

OnePlus 8T Usage Experience – OnePlus this time focuses on software. Especially with Oxygen OS 11 based on Android 11. OnePlus once again we mentioned, there is no identity of its own that gives a feeling of “WOW” when using their device. Oxygen OS is no longer what many people know before. It has run away from the original Android elements. Instead it looks like a cliché interface of a device from China but with a native Android theme.

The functions and features of the Oxygen OS remain. Loyal OnePlus users will easily use this new Oxygen OS. Only for those who are really interested in the original Android, unfortunately OnePlus is no longer the brand. We tried using the Vivo V20 and Vivo X50, imagine a device with Funtouch OS has more in common with native Android.

Even so, OnePlus is working hard to make their Oxygen OS look like a native Android. Examples are using the phone call app, Google messaging and even Google Discover on the launcher. Then offer a quick update. We only had a moment of fun while using this device and felt bored after almost reaching a week.

Even so, it’s still a good device. It maintains excellent screen usage. Premium quality and comparable to more expensive flagship devices. 120Hz screen, ensures smoother and faster scrolling. Animated transitions look faster and more comfortable. While not the adaptable type, it still provides a positive experience. Typically, the adaptability is to save battery and will switch from low refresh rate to high.

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Screen Quality

The quality of the screen is also beautiful, it is quite bright and gives bright and beautiful yet sharp colors. Watching videos on Netflix, YouTube with FHD HDR 60FPS quality is very satisfying. With the use of a flat screen, it’s more fun and the content is uninterrupted.

The usage performance of the device is also as expected. Snapdragon 865 plus 120Hz screen is a match! Playing first feels smooth, no problem playing at high settings, as well as will definitely provide an immersive experience. Using this device for productivity purposes is also no problem. Multi -tasking runs well and is easy to handle. Absolutely no heating problems, time lag or the device becoming out of order. It has the performance that all flagship devices should have.