ZTE Axon 20 5G- World’s first 5G Phone with a Camera under Display

ZTE presented a new 5G smartphone – Axon 20 5G this week, which is the world’s first under-display camera smartphone, delivering the industry’s first true full display. It’s equipped with a 6.92-inch 90Hz OLED display, and supports 10-bit color depth as well as 100% coverage of DCI-P3 color gamut, making the display performance reach the digital cinematic color standards. Moreover, the FHD+ resolution and OLED materials have made the display color clearer and more beautiful. By virtue of a length-width ratio of 20.5:9 and the DTS:X Ultra 3D sound, the device can deliver a cinematic experience.

The new ZTE 5G Smartphone is based on Snapdragon 765G with 6/8 GB RAM, 128/256 GB memory, 4220 mAh, Quad main camera and 32 MP front camera.

But precisely the last point is the highlight of the ZTE Axon 20, because it is the first smartphone that not only has the fingerprint sensor under the display, but also the front camera. So there is no notch and no hole.

ZTE Axon 20 5G features a 64MP super HD main camera that supports 4K high-resolution video at 60fps, super night scenes, video beauty and real-time HDR video in multiple lighting conditions. In addition, the main and wide-angle lenses support image stabilization, which helps shoot videos of higher quality.


With the thickness of only 7.98mm, and the ultra-thin design of double shoulder lines, ZTE Axon 20 5G has inherited the sleek style of ZTE Axon Series.


The 3D curved glass on the back contains ten layers of structural stacks, which have been carefully crafted with 36 different processes to create a unique and gorgeous texture. The Axon 20 5G comes in four vivid colors, including blue, black, purple and orange.


In addition, ZTE has collaborated with the well-recognized UK illustrator Sam Falconer to create an exclusive package for ZTE Axon 20 5G. The design aims to encourage young people to explore more possibilities of the current technologies, by artistically representing the great contributions made by four well-known scientists to mankind.


ZTE Axon 20 5G features the upgraded antenna technology to ensure an ultra-fast 5G experience anytime and anywhere. ZTE’s Super Antenna 2.0 is a cutting-edge PDS antenna with a 360-degree surround integrated design and intelligent closed-loop tuning technology, which can improve network connection stability and download speed.

In addition, the latest MiFavor 10.5 UI system supports movie-level screen optimization and smart screen projection while the large 4,220mAh battery can support 30W Quick Charge and a 5G power saving mode that improves battery life by 35%.


So far, the new mid-range smartphone from ZTE, whose price should cost less than 500 euros, has only been presented for China. If you like this phone, you may buy from some oversea online stores. Below are the specifications of ZTE Axon 20 5G cell phone for reference:


Network 5G: n41/38/78/77/28/1/3/7

FDD: B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/20/26/28

TDD: B34/38/39/40/41

UMTS: B1/2/4/5/8

GSM: B2/3/5/8


LTE: B1/3/7

Processor Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 765G
Storage 6/8GB RAM + 128/256 GB ROM
OS Android Q
Display 6.92’’ FHD+(2460×1080), OLED
Camera Rear: 64MP + 8MP(120 degree wide angle) + 2MP(depth) + 2MP(macro)

Front: 32MP

Battery 4220mAh(typical), Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 4+, 30W
Interface USB Type-C, nano + nano/micro SD(up to 2TB)
Size & Weight 172.1*77.9*7.98mm


Features Under-display Camera, Under-display Fingerprint, Under-display Sound


802.11a/b/g/n/ac, BT 5.1, Hi-Fi, NFC

Accelerometer, Proximity & Ambient, Compass, Gyroscope






OnePlus Nord – New 5G Middle-class Smartphone

As one of the competitive mobile phone manufacturers in China, OnePlus had new 5G phone OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro for high-end smartphones, which gained good reputation based on good performance and design. Recently, OnePlus presented a new 5G cell phone to the public and the model number is OnePlus Nord. The smartphone with 5G is targeted in the middle class, which is in cheaper price than the OnePlus 8.

Upscale equipment at an affordable price

The OnePlus Nord offers upscale features despite an affordable retail price. The chipset of OnePlus Nord is the Snapdragon 765G 5G from Qualcomm, ie the tuned Snapdragon 765. Thanks to the integrated 5G modem, this also works in the 5G network (n1, n3, n7, n28, n78). Depending on the version, the SoC is supported by 8 or 12 GB RAM. There are also 128 or 256 GB of storage space.



The display of the OnePlus Nord is 6.44 inches in size, uses AMOLED technology and has a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. The aspect ratio is 20: 9, the refresh rate at a high 90 Hz. This ensures a smoother scrolling, especially when scrolling. The battery of the device is 4,115 mAh. According to the manufacturer, the OnePlus 5G phone should charge 70 percent within 30 minutes, so that the phone is quickly ready for use again.



A total of six cameras

The manufacturer uses a quad camera with four lenses on the back of the OnePlus Nord. The main sensor used is the Sony IMX586 chip with a 48 MP sensor and an aperture of f/1.75. This also has optical and electronic image stabilization. There are also an 8 MP ultra wide angle, a 2 MP macro and a 5 MP depth sensor. There is also a dual selfie camera in the front. The main sensor has a resolution of 32 MP and supports 4K videos with up to 60 fps. There is also an 8 MP ultra-wide angle sensor with a field of view of 105 degrees.




The OnePlus Nord is available in the two colors Blue Marble and Gray Onyx. Official sales start on August 4th in the OnePlus online shop. But it is also available at Amazon and other shops and can be pre-ordered. The price for the small version with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage is 450USD. The large version with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage costs 600 USD.

Samsung Presents Galaxy Z Flip 5G Version

Last year, Samsung launched one of the foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Z Flip 4G. This week, Samsung presented the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, a revised and improved version that now also supports the new 5G mobile communications standard.

5G and better SoC

Samsung has given the Galaxy Z Flip a makeover. The new Galaxy Z Flip 5G offers some innovations. The most important thing from our point of view is that the foldable now also supports 5G. The version from last year could only broadcast with LTE as the highest standard.



There are other innovations in the Samsung 5G phone, such as the display can be folded up to half its size. While the Snapdragon 855 Plus was still working on the previous model, it is now the new Snapdragon 865 Plus with 5G. This makes the device around 25 percent faster than before. The memory configuration, which contains 8 GB RAM and 256 GB flash memory, has remained identical.

New colors

Everything remains the same with the display. This still measures 6.7 inches, uses AMOLED technology and displays content with a resolution of 2,636 x 1,080 pixels. Nothing has changed in the camera equipment either. The selfie cam in the front continues to dissolve with 10 megapixels. A wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle camera with 12 megapixels each is installed on the back. The battery is still 3,300 mAh.

What is new, however, is a color that Samsung has also added to the upcoming Galaxy Note20 models and other approaching smartphones: Mystic Bronze. This distinguishes the otherwise optically identical device from the 5G-less version. The color Mystic Gray is also new. The enormously high price has remained the same. The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G will go on sale on August 7th and will cost much more than current normal 5G phones without a contract.

Currently, there are many foldable phones in the market such as Samsung Galaxy Fold, Royole FlexPai, Huawei Mate X and Huawei Mate Xs. They are all the top level smartphones and the prices are high than many compact 5G phones. However, they are in different design, if you are interested in the foldable phone, you may check the details about the fold design and then decide.


Huawei P40 Pro Plus Camera Test

The Huawei P40 Pro+ has been available for many days now and you can buy it in many countries over the world. The flagship from Huawei costs 1499USD in the online shop and is available in black and white color.


On the one hand, the two colors have a ceramic back, which feels a bit different from glass and has a somewhat matt look. It feels quite good, but not necessarily higher quality than glass. This step also brings a little more weight. The Huawei P40 Pro+ is as tall and wide as the normal Pro model, just a little thicker.


There is the same display with 90 Hz, the same SoC (Kirin 990) and the same amount of RAM (8 GB). For the internal memory we have 512 instead of 256 GB and wireless can be charged with 40 instead of 27 watts.


At first glance, the Huawei P40 Pro+ looks exactly like the Huawei P40 Pro and I think that’s good, because it is more compact than a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra or OnePlus 8 Pro. The main camera with 50 megapixels is also identical, as the camera is for ultra wide-angle shots with 40 megapixels.

Huawei P40 Pro+ is the zoom champion

You put them on the table for the zoom camera. The Huawei P40 Pro+ is the first smartphone to have the SuperZoom camera (10x optical zoom, f / 4.4 aperture, OIS) + 8 MP telephoto camera (3x optical zoom, f / 2.4 aperture, OIS).


So while the Huawei P40 Pro gives you an “optical” zoom with 5x magnification, it is a combination of 3x and 10x zoom. And this combination is really impressive.



Zoom cameras from other manufacturers have also become very good, but I have never encountered a zoom camera that delivers such a good result with a 10x zoom. If you manage to keep your hand reasonably steady and photograph a still object, it looks like a normal photo.


The distance has limits, of course, and the Huawei P40 Pro+ cannot compensate for a restless hand and a wiggling flower, but with a little patience and calmness I have so far been quite impressed by the results.


The 5x zoom of the Huawei P40 Pro is often a bit too strong for me, but I find the combination of 3x and 10x zoom much better. And with a 10x zoom that delivers really useful results.


Compared to an iPhone 11 Pro, Huawei P40 Pro+ is much better in this zoom and at every zoom level. Of course, the question also arises for some of you whether you need such a zoom.


In everyday life, a 2x, 3x or sometimes 5x zoom is sufficient in most cases. A 10x zoom is very rarely used. But it is impressive how far the technology is in this compact body.



Huawei P40 Pro+ even without Google services

The conclusion itself is similar to the Huawei P40 Pro. The hardware is impressive, but a price of 1499USD without the Google services is something that I can hardly recommend. It’s sorry for Huawei, because this zoom camera is in a different league than the rest of phones in the market. The target group wants to find the apps and whose focus is entirely on the zoom of a camera is small.


Technically speaking, Huawei has once again proven with the P40 Pro+ that it can set new standards for the camera. Only that with the software is still the big problem. The Huawei P40 Pro+ is again a model that I would wish would not have the US embargo.


Redmi 10X and 10X Pro 5G Smartphone Presented

A couple of days ago, Xiaomi subsidiary Redmi announced the new 5G cell Phone: Redmi 10X 5G and Redmi 10X Pro 5G. The most exciting thing about it is the new SoC adopted, the newly unveiled SoC Mediatek Dimensity 820 works in the new mid-range 5G smartphone.

MediaTek Dimensity 820 SoC

It was a few days ago that Mediatek launched the Dimensity 1000+, a new top SoC. Now the next “System on a Chip” follows with the Mediatek Dimensity 820, which is for 5G smartphones of the upper middle class.


The new Dimensity 820 should be at the same level as the Snapdragon 765G from Qualcomm, since it also has 5G support on board. Eight ARM cores with a structure width of 7 nm are used as the CPU. In detail, these are four ARM Cortex-A76 with 2.6 GHz and just as many ARM Cortex-A55 with 2.0 GHz clock rate. There is also an ARM Mali G57 GPU with 5 cores. According to the manufacturer, further features of the Mediatek Dimensity 820 include support for LPDDR4x-RAM M up to 16 GB, displays with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 2,520 x 1,080 pixel resolution as well as cameras with max. 80 MP. Thanks to HyperEngine 2.0, mobile games should also run well on smartphones with the new Mediatek SoC inside.

Redmi 10X and 10X Pro – mid-range 5G smartphone

Matching the new SoC, Redmi 10X 5G is the first smartphone that has installed it. Here now the Huawei Honor Play 4 5G phone also uses the MediaTek 5G chipset. The Redmi 10X 5G smartphone comes in 6.57 inches size and the display is AMOLED capacitive touchscreen that provides 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution. The screen is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Additionally, it consists of HDR10+ and 600 nits typ. Brightness.


The Xiaomi 5G smartphone is fueled by a Non-removable Li-Po 4520 mAh battery + Fast charging 22.5W. The phone runs on the Android 10.0 + MIUI 11 operating system providing smooth operation of the device.

The rear camera consists of a 48 MP (wide) + 8 MP (ultrawide) + 2 MP (depth) sensor lenses that help to click pictures. The front camera has a 16 MP (wide) sensor. The smartphone is Splash-proof which makes the users care-free. Xiaomi Redmi 10X 5G is available in different colors like Blue, Gold, and Pink/Blue.


Both phones pack a 4,250mAh battery. The Redmi 10X Pro 5G variant supports charging speeds up to 33W, while the non-Pro version caps out at 22.5W. Redmi is throwing in a fast-charging brick in the box. Some of the other features include support for dual-5G SIMs, an under-screen fingerprint sensor, an IR blaster, and a 3.5mm audio jack.

The primary differences between the Redmi 10X 5G and Redmi 10X Pro 5G lie in their cameras. The former comes with a triple camera setup consisting of a 48MP primary sensor assisted by an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 16MP selfie snapper. The Redmi 10X Pro adds an 8MP telephoto lens to that setup and upgrades the selfie camera to 20MP. Oh, and there’s NFC support on the Pro model too.



Both phones will be up for grabs in the Chinese market this week. There is no word about their international availability just yet. Still, it shouldn’t be long before Redmi releases them in highly competitive markets such as India, before making them available in Europe.


With the Redmi 10X 5G, Xiaomi also offered Redmi 10X 4G, which is offered at a cheaper price since loss of 5G support. If you don’t really need 5G, 4G version may also be good to consider.

VIVO Presented X50 Series 5G Smartphones

A couple of days ago, the new 5G smartphones Vivo X50, X50 Pro and X50 Pro Plus were officially announced in China. As the high end series 5G smartphones, the X50 series will compete with the 5G cell phones from other brands such as OPPO, Xiaomi and Huawei.

Snapdragon 765G and 865

The equipment of the three VIVO 5G Smartphones from the BBK subsidiary Vivo is quite different. It is important to mention, however, that they are all 5G-compatible, i.e. they support the new cellular standard. The mid-range SoC Snapdragon 765G is used in the Vivo X50 and the Vivo X50 Pro. There is also 8 GB RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB storage. In the VIVO X50 Pro Plus, the flagship model of the X50 series, the top SoC Snapdragon 865 with 8 or 12 GB RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB memory is installed. The battery measures 4,200 mAh, 4,315 mAh or 4,350 mAh.

The 5G mobile phones all have a 6.56-inch AMOLED display that has a resolution of 2,376 x 1080 pixels. The top model X50 pro Plus is with 120 Hz, while the other two models with 90 Hz. The display also has a 32 MP front camera in a punch hole. However, there are differences in the camera on the back. The X50 Pro Plus uses the Samsung ISOCELL GN1 sensor with 50 MP, Tetracell technology and dual pixel auto focus. There is also a 32 MP portrait camera, a 13 MP periscope zoom camera and a 13 MP ultra wide-angle lens. A 48 MP main camera is installed in each of the two cheaper models, the X50 and X50 Pro. There is also a portrait camera with 13 MP each, an ultra wide angle with 8 MP and in the X50 a 5MP macro or in the X50 Pro an 8 MP periscope zoom camera.

VIVO X50 Series Specs Comparison
Model X50 X50 PRO X50 PRO Plus
Chipset Snapdragon 765G Snapdragon 765G Snapdragon 865
RAM + ROM 8GB + 128GB
8GB + 256GB
8GB + 128GB
8GB + 256GB
8GB + 128GB
12GB + 256GB
Main camera – 48 MP, f/1.6(IMX598)(Wide)
– 13 MP, f/2.5(portrait)
– 8 MP, f/2.2(ultrawide)
– 5 MP, f/2.5(macro)
– 48 MP, f/1.6(IMX598)
– 13 MP, f/2.5(portrait)
– 8 MP, f/2.2(ultrawide)
– 8 MP, f/3.4 (periscope telephoto)
– 50 MP, f/1.9
– 13 MP, f/2.5(portrait)
– 8 MP, f/2.2(ultrawide)
– 8 MP, f/3.0 (periscope telephoto)
Front Camera  32 MP, f/2.5 32 MP, f/2.5 32 MP, f/2.5
Display 6.56 inches 90Hz AMOLED capacitive touchscreen 6.56 inches 90Hz AMOLED capacitive touchscreen 6.56 inches 120Hz AMOLED capacitive touchscreen
Fast Charge  33W  33W 44W
Battery 4200 mAh 4315 mAh 4350 mAh
Dimensions 159.5 x 75.4 x 7.5 mm 158.5 x 72.8 x 8 mm 158.5 x 72.8 x 8 mm
Colors Black, Blue, Pink Dark Blue, Light Blue Blue, Brown
Price/USD 659USD/724USD 799USD/869USD 869USD/949USD


Samsung Galaxy A51 5G – Cheaper price

The situation is different with the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G smartphone, which is also released recently. The price of Galaxy A51 5G is cheaper than Vivo X50 perhaps because the mid-range chipset Exynos 980 from Samsung.


ZTE AXON 11 SE 5G Cell Phone Presented

ZTE launched the new ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G cell phone this week, which offers a slightly poorer configuration compared to the older ZTE Axon 11 5G, but it offer 5G dual-mode connectivity SA & NSA.

Affordable Price for 5G Smartphone

Comparing with the current latest new 5G phones, the ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G is an affordable 5G smartphone. In China, where the device will initially come on the market, it is available from around 400 USD. There is 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory. If you want 8 GB of RAM, you will pay more. However, the version of 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM is not yet available. We suppose it will be available in near future.

When the ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G phone will be available in other markets such as Europe has not yet been confirmed. In the past, ZTE 4G smartphones have mostly also come onto the market in this country. So we are in good spirits that the ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G will soon enrich the range of 5G smartphones in Europe. The prices in this area will then probably be somewhat higher.

Based MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G chip

Nevertheless, the ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G should still is one of the cheapest 5G smartphones on the market. But buyers still get solid equipment. The MediaTek Dimensity 800 is used as SoC. Thanks to a graphite heat sink, this should remain below 40 degrees Celsius even when gaming and still offer good performance. The ZTE 5G smartphone battery measures 4,000 mAh and is 50 percent charged within half an hour.

The display does not offer 90 Hz like the OLED from the ZTE Axon 11 5G. Instead, a 6.53-inch LCD IPS panel is installed in the ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G. The resolution is 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. In the front, the selfie cam with 16 MP is housed in a punch hole. A quad camera on the back is waiting to be used. It consists of a 48 MP main camera, 8 MP ultra wide angle with a 120 degree angle of view and ToF and macro sensor with 2 MP each.


Like other 5G phones in China, there is no Google play service pre-installed. So if you want to use this phone personally, you must confirm you can accept this. Or if you can root the phone yourself and install Google play yourself, then go ahead to buy this phone.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Phone Test

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra was already available for a short time with the brother model Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus. We had used this phone for one month and then provided this test report. First, let’s have a review of the Galaxy S20 Ultra specifications


Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Specifications:

  • Manufacturer:Samsung
  • Model name:Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • Price:from 1349 euros
  • Available:March 13, 2020
  • Size:9 x 76 x 8.8 mm
  • Weight including battery:220 g
  • Operating system:Android 10
  • Battery:5000 mAh
  • Display:9 ″ OLED display (QHD +, 120 Hz)
  • Camera:Quad camera (108 + 48 + 12 MP + ToF)
  • Storage:128 GB
  • CPU:Exynos 990
  • RAM:12 GB

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Display

The display is the highlight with this model, because the OLED panel is not only of good quality, bright and has great viewing angles, it is also very fluid thanks to 120 Hz. For many latest phones, 90+Hz is the standard configuration and Samsung 5G phones are at the top. 120 Hz can currently only be used with FHD+, if you want QHD+, you have to live with 60 Hz. However, we hardly see a difference between FHD and QHD and therefore mostly used FHD+ with 120 Hz. However, an update will soon enable QHD+ with 120 Hz, only as a side note.

The display is now less bent on the sides. A small hole in the top middle is our preferred type on a display. The disadvantage is that only one camera fits in there and you cannot install a 3D sensor, but we even wonder why the hole in the Galaxy S10 was on the right.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Design

The S20 Ultra model would have looked good, and the Galaxy S20 and S20 plus better, especially with the colors. The camera hump is extremely large and ventures very far out of the body, which is definitely not a nice element. On this point, the models like a Huawei Mate 30 Pro or Apple iPhone 11 Pro look a bit more elegant The edges of the hump are also somewhat “sharp”.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is not ugly, especially the front looks modern, but the back can’t keep up.

Another thing is the size due to the 6.9 inch display and the weight of over 200 grams, which would be far too big. It’s just a shame that the large Ultra model has in some cases significantly better configuration than the S20 models.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Camera

The highlight of the 5G cell phone in marketing is the camera with 108 megapixels. The number is irrelevant these days, but the camera is really a highlight.

The photos are extremely sharp and even with 10x or even 20x zoom you get acceptable results. The 100x zoom is a pure gimmick that you try out and then never use again because the photos look too washed out. When it comes to night shots, the S20 Ultra can’t quite keep up with Huawei, Apple and Google, but it does very well. In bad light, the images are a bit noisier than those of competing models, but they are not bad.

Basically, we was very satisfied with the camera in the test, it is fast, takes good and sharp photos, shows its strength when zooming, the large sensor lets in a lot of light.

The front camera also takes very good pictures and video recordings are acceptable. Not as good as Apple, but close to it in good light and better than, for example, Huawei P40.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Battery

If you use the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with the 5000 mAh battery with a medium display brightness and 60 Hz, you can get by very long. But even with a higher brightness of over 80 percent and 120 Hz, the battery life is still acceptable.

Sometimes there was almost 20 percent less battery in the S20 Ultra overnight. Sometimes in the morning it was just on the table in the WLAN and you could watch the battery lose at percentage points.

The battery life is one of the worst on the market, especially with this size and weight. The S20 Ultra has a large display with 120 Hz, but that was not the problem, it was the standby mode. Maybe Samsung can optimize this with software. Since I heard a lot of positive feedback from the USA, it should be due to the Exynos chip in Europe.

Apart from that, the flagship offers everything you could wish for: fast charging with up to 45 watts, wireless charging and reverse charging are available.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Software

The performance of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is great and especially with 120 Hz it looks extremely fluid. The basis is Android 10 with One UI 2.1. We like the pure Android phones more like OnePlus and Motorola, but the surface of Samsung is better than that of Huawei, LG or Xiaomi. And it is quite well optimized for this incredibly large smartphone, since a lot of content has been packed into the lower half of the display.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: Other features

  • A good vibration engine is something that was once underestimated and is still underestimated to this day. Samsung’s sensor isn’t as fine as Apple’s haptic engine, but it comes close. It’s one of the best sensors in the field of Android smartphones.
  • Face detection is solid. Not particularly fast and it weakens in bad light, but it is enough.
  • Nothing seems to have changed in the fingerprint sensor under the display since the S10. The error rate was already relatively high in 2019, it stayed the same with the Samsung Note 10 Plus and it is no better with the S20 Ultra. Perhaps Samsung should then say goodbye to ultrasound technology.
  • Many people will surely use their smartphone for several years and that will prepare them for the future.
  • In our opinion, 128 GB are a bit too little in the basic version of the Ultra model, at a price of 1499USD it should have been 256 GB.
  • The lower speaker of the S20 Ultra is very good, but the upper one in the area of ​​the earpiece is very bad. Sometimes that sounds a bit unbalanced and as if the second speaker was not available.
  • The jack connection is now also missing on the Galaxy S model, which we expected, since Samsung already parted with it in 2019. Two years ago, people were still making fun of Apple, and now you are there.
  • Samsung has preinstalled a bit of software, such as the apps from Microsoft, Facebook or Netflix. You take advantage of the high market share to earn a few euros, but sometimes you cannot delete apps, you can only deactivate them.


Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Conclusion

It is difficult to find major criticisms in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. It would be too big personally and somehow you still have to get to grips with the battery life (or simply separate yourself from the Exynos chips in the future), but in principle we can recommend the new flagship.

The S20 Ultra price is still at high end. But everyone has to know for themselves if they are willing to spend so much money. We cannot judge over this. But what can be said at Samsung: The prices drop quite quickly, so it is sometimes worthwhile to wait 3-4 weeks.

But we also have to say: The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra offers everything you can imagine and currently more than the competition, but that’s only really getting started. And since Samsung sells its highlight (the display) to others, very similar models will soon follow for less money.

By the way, Samsung itself advertises the camera and especially the good zoom. It is a highlight and can still convince with the 10x zoom, but the 100x zoom is then pure marketing.

Oppo Find X2 Pro 5G Phone Test

OPPO Find X2 Pro was available in a few days ago and we get this new phone now. We will check this new flagship phone from OPPO. Regarding the package boxing, the flagship monster has pretty much everything on board that you want at the moment and some of which you can’t even use.

In addition to the 5G smartphone itself, the packed content includes a transparent case, the usual paperwork, a SIM card needle, beautiful earphones including various attachments, a USB Type-A to Type-C cable and the 65-watt power supply, with which, the Oppo Find X2 Pro should be fully charged in 38 minutes.


Oppo Find X2 Pro Specifications:

  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
  • Display: 120Hz QHD + 10bit AMOLED with 6.7 inches
  • Cameras: 48 MP (IMX689) + 48 MP ultra wide angle (IMX586) + 13 MP (periscope telephoto camera) + 32 MP front camera (IMX616)
  • Memory: LPDDR5 12 GB RAM and 512 GB internal memory
  • Charging technology: 65 W SuperVOOC 2.0 Flash Charge quick charge function
  • Battery: 4260 mAh
  • Software: ColorOS 7.1 based on Android 10
  • IP68 certified (splash, water and dust proof)
  • Supports W-iFi 6
  • Dimensions: 74.4 x 165.2 x 9.5 (leather version – the ceramic is minimally thinner)


Oppo Find X2 Pro Appearance and Design

Due to the 6.7 inch display used, the smartphone (like almost all current smartphones) is no longer easy to operate in one hand. Oppo tries to compensate for this by pulling the phone a little longer and therefore a little narrower, but it is hardly possible to grip with your thumb from bottom to top without reaching back.


The orange-brown synthetic leather on the back does not allow the smartphone to slide away easily and also does not offer any surface for fingerprints. The golden metal frame between the back and the display makes the device look classy.

Oppo Find X2 Pro Processor and Memory

A Snapdragon 865 has been installed in the Oppo Find X2 Pro. This also applies to 5G. Apart from that, you have an enormous amount of memory in the Pro version. 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage were installed here. We have to say that it’s fantastic in conjunction with the 120 Hz display mentioned above! Just drag large amounts of data from the computer to the internal memory – no problem. Scroll through the screens and large lists – nothing jerky! The OPPO Find X2 Pro performed very well and just did well as we expected for a high-end smartphone.

The OPPO 5G Cell Phone just manages 901/3243 points in Geekbench. In my opinion, the Huawei P40 Pro, which is also fast, comes to similar results.


Oppo Fnd X2 Pro Display

The built-in 120 Hertz display with a processing rate of 240 Hertz is, to put it bluntly, a stunner! At 6.7 inches, it’s not exactly small, but the trend is simply towards smartphones with larger displays. Oppo is not left out.

The display supports the display of over 1 billion colors with HDR video optimization, video motion compensation and HDR 10+ certification. Every user should be satisfied with a resolution of 1440 x 3168 pixels (517 pixels per inch). The magnificent colors thanks to AMOLED and the absolutely smooth operation on the display is also a dream in everyday life.

If you want, you can also set from automatic to 120 Hz. Then you always get the full 120 Hz on the eye. Usually the screen brightness is 500 – 800 nit. However, if you watch an HDR film, the brightness can reach up to 1200 nit. Once the automatic is deactivated and the brightness is set to full carrot and the Find X2 Pro is so bright that it almost bothers the eyes.

The negative point of the display / design remains the rounded edge of the display. Like many other manufacturers, the Find X2 Pro initially offers various misinterpretations of inputs that are recognized, for example, by the ball of the thumb when the device is held. If you use the enclosed cover, these are minimized, but precisely because of this (and because of the color distortions at the “kink”), we would prefer to forego a curved display.

Oppo Fnd X2 Pro Battery

Thanks to the built-in charging technology (SuperVOOC 2.0), even the missing Qi doesn’t bother us. The smartphone charges so quickly with the included 65 W power adapter that it is enough to plug the thing in the morning before going to the bathroom and until you leave the house, the battery becomes full and ready to go.

As you can see, the tapped current is only briefly at 65 W and then drops continuously. In just under 40 minutes everything is over and the charger switches to trickle charging so that (if you charge overnight) you don’t get a half-discharged smartphone the next morning.

Oppo Find X2 Pro Cameras

Regarding the camera, the Oppo Find X2 Pro has also got some good hardware installed. A 32 megapixel punch-hole camera (IMX616) with the usual beauty algorithm has been installed on the front.

Oppo bored the camera app nicely. There is the mandatory AI today that recognizes which motif should be photographed and adjusts the settings accordingly.

Of course, we also find all possible other functions. From adjustable wide angle, zoom and hybrid zoom, to HDR, resolutions for photo and video and much more. We come to the far more interesting part, the camera module on the back.

Here we find the 48MP main camera, another 48MP ultra wide angle and a 13MP telecamera. The camera module is easily 1-2mm out of the body. This means that the smartphone also likes to wobble when you place it on a flat surface and tap it.

The 48 megapixel main camera turns 4 pixels into one. We already know this technology from other manufacturers and we really like the quality of the photos. The ultra wide angle is also chic and we like to use it on large objects / buildings.

Because it was requested in unboxing, we went straight to a less frequented place and compared the cameras of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the Oppo Find X2 Pro with the wide angle and the various zoom functions. Apart from the night mode, the Oppo Find X2 Pro also has a macro mode. But pretty much every current smartphone can do that.


Oppo Find X2 Pro: Android with OxygenOS

On the Oppo Find X2 Pro, OxygenOS 7 is pre-installed based on Android 10. Visually, it basically corresponds to the stock Android with just a few changes. Apart from 1-2 extra apps that can be uninstalled, no bloatware is installed.

The operating system itself was drilled out in some places and equipped with additional functions. Vibration patterns can be set, the animation and the sound of the fingerprint sensor below the touchscreen can be adjusted and much more.

Here we would say Oppo did everything right. The operating system was subtly but comfortably optimized on some ends of Android 10.

Oppo Find X2 Pro: What else?

  • The speakers of the Oppo FInd X2 Pro are stereo (one is on the bottom and the speaker in the earpiece) and quite loud. Despite the small size of a speaker on a smartphone, I would say that you can almost feel and hear bass. 🙂
  • The vibration motor of the Oppo Find X2 Pro is unusually strong and therefore unfortunately noisy. In very quiet conditions, it is almost disturbingly loud.
  • There is a sidebar with shortcuts, which offers access to selected functions from every app. The detection point can be adjusted from right to left and also in transparency etc.
  • The fingerprint sensor in the display reacts swiftly, with a chic animation and in my case is almost 100% accurate. We can hardly remember any unsuccessful attempts at recognition.
  • The face unlock also works and can be set so that you no longer have to wipe it up. In our case, it was so good that the cell phone was happy to be unlocked when it was pushed into the shirt’s breast pocket. That’s why we switched on the additional wiping required.
  • We let the missing Qi (Wireless Charging) pass because of the great, non-slip and visually appealing back and of course because of the battery that was charged in just under 40 minutes.

Oppo Find X2 Pro Conclusion

At the moment, we affectionately refer to the Oppo Find X2 Pro as the flagship monster. It has the latest Snapdragon, the large memory, the good cameras or the outstanding 120 Hertz display, in addition with the delicacies of convenient quick charging or good stereo speakers. It’s a good phone with high price.

In terms of price, Oppo Find X2 Pro plays directly on one level with the new Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with a significantly higher level of awareness. We’ll see how things go with sales in the coming weeks.

ZTE Nubia RedMagic 5G Phone Unboxing

The Nubia RedMagic 5G smartphone was available for sale on April 21 and today we get this new 5G cell phone. Let’s have a look at this new 5G smartphone good at mobile gaming.

The style of the Nubia RedMagic 5G is quite minimalistic. In a stylish cardboard packaging we find the smartphone itself (8GB / 128GB version in Eclipse Black), plus a small handbook, a thick and red USB Type-A to Type-C cable and a power supply. The latter cannot be used for fast charging with 9V 2A, but as a middle-range model, it is quite understandable to skimp a bit.


Incidentally, we had attached the Redmagic 5G phone to a 30W PD power supply, which enables fast charging (the cell phone would even support 55W fast charging). When plugging in, the cell phone then asks whether the integrated fan may be activated, which can protect the battery and the rest of the hardware. In less than 10 minutes, the 31 percent battery became 47 percent. 🙂 And when we connected with packed adapter, it said that at about 60 percent the fan has turned off again and the device still continued to charge quickly.

Nubia RedMagic 5G First Impression

In our opinion, the Nubia RedMagic 5G feels very good in high quality. At almost 220g, the RedMagic 5G is also one of the heaviest smartphones we have ever held in hands.

On the left there is the ventilation duct entrance and on the right the warm air comes out again. We also find a shoulder button on the right (held crosswise) left and right, which resembles the fingerprint sensors of some smartphones. The docking port is in the middle on the left and then a red switch on the far left to quickly get to the gaming center.

This is basically the central point of contact to access the supported games, monitor the fan and also activate the RGB LED lighting on the back.


Of course, the AMOLED display with 144Hz technology is worth mentioning! This is particularly important to Nubia and even integrates an optionally activatable display in the notification bar, which shows how many Hz are currently being driven.

One should also mention the built-in camera module. We can’t make any statements about this after just unpacking, but it is subtly increased and visually adapted to the gaming concept. The rest will be shown in the complete test report.


So far this is for the first impressions. As already mentioned at the beginning, the ZTE 5G phone will be tested and in a few days there will be a moving image and the written test here in the blog.