Originally Posted by MobileInkSlinger
Huawei Mediapad X1 (Honor X1) – Review
For a little over a year competing brands have been increasing their screen sizes and seeing just how far they can push the limits. Huawei’s latest entry to the big screen wars comes in with a huge 7 inch display. What I like about these new 7 inch devices is the borders have been scaled back making the finished product noticeably smaller than a tablet but giving you tons of screen real estate to work with. While the Huawei Mediapad X1 also known as the Huawei Honor X1 is not for everyone, those customers that are looking for a true phone, tablet hybrid might find the device they have been looking for.
Congrats on your phone. Hope it keeps on offering you a wonderful experience.
I have two questions..
One, does it have FM radio?
Two, and this might sound a bit strange, but how does the camera performance compare to the Honor 3C?
I know the latter has only 8 megapixels. But what I noticed from seeing several full resolution samples posted online is that it results in such detailed images. The photos might not be the prettiest and richest.. but they are by far very detailed.
Check this link for example: http://www.lowyat.net/2014/08/budget...sus-zenfone-5/
If you scroll down to the camera testing and first photo comparison.. you will definitely see clearly that the Honor 3C's photo seems pale and the dynamic range is less than the other ones. But if you click to view in full resolution, and zoom in to the object (the toy) you will see the amount of sharp details still preserved. You can even see those dust particles and scratches on the front of the motorcycle where it is not even present in other photos. The Honor 3C - in my opinion - surpasses other "high definition" 13 mp cameras in terms of detail sharpness.
Does the Mediapad X1 behave similarly? Yes that picture is grainy. But it is those fine details that I care for the most.. defined edges.. hair tips.. small pores.. clear textures...
So does the Mediapad, in full resoltuon, preserve those details? Or do the pictures come out fuzzy and seem slightly "shaken" and "oil-paint-like"?
Awaiting all replies regarding this matter.
Thank you very much.