HONOR 20e Dual SIM 6.21 Inch Full View Display (64 GB storage, 24MP Triple AI Rear Camera, Android 9.0) UK Official Device) – Phantom Blue

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HONOR 20e Dual SIM 6.21 Inch Full View Display (64 GB storage, 24MP Triple AI Rear Camera, Android 9.0) UK Official Device) – Phantom Blue

HONOR 20e Dual SIM 6.21 Inch Full View Display (64 GB storage, 24MP Triple AI Rear Camera, Android 9.0) UK Official Device) – Phantom Blue

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Both of these are designed to replace Google Play and, on a lot of other brand-new Huawei and Honor phones we’ve been looking at recently, this is the only way to get apps because Google Play simply isn’t there. Here, though, no need to worry – you’ve got Google Play and every other bit of Google goodness. We will look at the camera performance in detail in our next post. Here are some of the Super Night Shots that were taken with the Honor 20e. The IPS display offers plenty in way of sharpness and brightness. It has a dewdrop notch, one that I prefer to Apple’s big ugly notch. That 6.21-inch display is effectively full view, edge-to-edge safe for the slightly bigger chin (bottom) bezel. This gives the Honor 20e over 90% screen-to-body ratio. As for the details and colour, you get Full HD+ resolution at 2340 x 1080 pixels with an IPS panel. Watching Full HD 1080p video on the display is a real treat. The colour is vivid, motion is sufficiently smooth and jitter free, and you can push the brightness right up when viewing outdoor. By default, video will play in a letter box fashion, but you can pinch and zoom in for a full view. You will however notice the dewdrop notch when you do that. Elsewhere, the display is TüV Rheinland certified which means it reduces blue light radiation to protect your eyesight and prevent eye strain particularly when using it in dim light. Our only niggle is our protective glass film was applied slightly off center, but you only notice this if look closely. Also, with the edge-to-edge display and using gestures instead of the three key navigation, you do feel the edge of the glass film when swiping from the edges (left, right or bottom) to the center. Cameras

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From the main screen there’s the usual Android experience and everything you see can, of course, be altered to your taste. I switched out the keyboard (I prefer the Gboard from Google) and removed the Google search widget which is in the lower-middle part of the screen here.. There is a lot to like about the Honor20e. You may not get 5G connectivity or WiFi 6, these are features reserved for flagship smartphones but it is still nippy. Camera performance is better than expected. Low light performance gets a helping hand with Super Night mode, but only if the subject stays relatively still. There’s smile capture, audio control and AI so that images are tweaked to look their best depending on what you’re taking a photo of. No HDR here from what I could see though. There’s the usual plethora of settings, including eye comfort,smart screen resolution changing (to maintain power), colour settings – even the ability to remove the network name if you don’t want that showing. All of this (and a whole lot more) can be accessed just by sliding down from the top..Setup Enhanced services such as WiFi+ to automatically switch between WiFi and mobile data, turn on or off WiFi and obtain your location. Then there is weather service with location awareness and HiSearch for online and local searches including image driven search using the camera. It is all down to the timing of the launch of the handset and when the trade ban was implemented by the U.S. Government. In May 2019 the government barred companies from working with Huawei and Honor thus stopping access to Google Mobile Services and updates. The Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro and by extension the Honor 20e was announced in China on the 21 May 2019. This and other Huawei and Honor smartphones launched on or before May 2019 were allowed to use the services and access to Google Play Store, Google Assistant and updates. You also get all the Google apps, so the fully-featured YouTube app, the Google Maps app, Gmail and so on – right out of the box…

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The second camera is an 8MP sensor with an ultra-wide angle 17mm lens and F/2.4 aperture. This allows you to capture ultra wide images such as landscape or even full body portraits close up. The effective angle is 120 degrees wide. When shooting using the ultra-wide angle lens, do not be alarmed when the framed image on the screen suffers from fish-eye effect. This will be corrected by the camera software. Oh and yes, as mentioned before, the Google Play Store is indeed here, so no need to worry about not having that. It means that all the links you find on the internet, all the normal apps you expect, will be there and it’ll work in the same way as every other Android smartphone..If I was to choose a colour though, I’d definitely go for the Phantom Blue – it just has a more individual appearance. The AI assisted triple lens rear camera does come into its own and is one to steal the show here. We had such fun taking photos with the phone. The main shooter is a 24MP camera with wide aperture F/1.8 lens with Quadra CFA sensor capable of 480fps Super Slow-motion Video capture, Super Night Shots and 1.8um ISO enhancement.

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