I always wonder how does TP-LINK Neffos C5 with MediaTek MT6735 4x Cortex-A53 1.3GHz CPU and ARM Mali-T720 MP2 450Mhz GPU perform. Does its 16GB ROM and 2GB RAM have enough power to provide smooth user experience for daily usage, 2D and 3D gaming? How about multi-tasking performance with Facebook, Google Chrome, WeChat and other apps opened at the same time? 2GB of RAM manages to keep up? How does Fine Home Launcher with themes look like? Touchscreen response fast? Let’s below video answers all these questions for you. Enjoy…
Honor 5X Camera Functions, Photo & Video Samples
Huawei Honor 5X is loaded with stacked 13 MP image sensor with SmartImage 3.0 image processor. Yup, that’s the rear camera that has F2.0 aperture, 28 mm wide angle lens with five elements and macro mode for close-up shots from just a few centimeters away. Besides, it also has ultra-strong, fingerprint-resistant cover that is even more scratch-resistant than glass. And anti-reflective coating to increase the amount of light entering the lens, enabling the camera to take clearer shots in low-light conditions. For front, it is equipped with 5MP camera that has F2.4 aperture, 22 mm wide-angle lens with four elements, large 1.4 micron pixel size and an 88-degree viewing angle for panoramic selfies. There is lot of cutting-edge and innovative camera functions like skin-beautifying algorithm for accurate color reproduction. Read on to find out all of them. And check out some of the Honor 5X photo and video samples for both front and rear camera…
Honor 5X Real World Performance (Video)
Want to know the actual Huawei Honor 5X performance? I am not taking about synthetic benchmarks here. Data result does not mean everything, right? You need to see it with your very own eyes. Else you won’t believe me. Alright, words can’t describe Honor 5X smoothness and actual performance. Check out below video for Honor 5X real world performance on applications like Google Chrome for web browsing, Facebook, Android OS navigation, fingerprint unlock, motion control and lot of games in both 2D and 3D. See it yourself…
Always backup photos & videos from your mobile device
Yes, always backup all photos and videos from your mobile device. You can copy / move them to home PC or store them in cloud storage. Do remember to backup them because accident might happen which your mobile device is lost or stolen. All your precious memory in photos and videos will be gone as well. Therefore, always make a backup copy. Luckily, Google makes our life easier by giving us Google Photos application which has photo and video auto backup ability for free. Yup, you can choose unlimited cloud storage available at high quality or store up to 15GB original size for free. Personally, I recommend using unlimited cloud storage as it support up to 16 megapixels (MP) photo quality which is more than enough for most mobile devices out there. And the good news, Google Photos is available for both Android and iOS.
Best video player for Nexus 7 (2013)
MX Player is one of my favourite video players on Android. However, there is another one that is better (or on par) with it. Yes, DicePlayer is the best video player for Google Nexus 7 (2013). It is the top video player for 1st gen N7. And easily get the crown again on new Nexus 7. Watching movie on 1920 x 1200 px Full HD IPS screen is wonderful. Therefore, you need the best video player to unleash its full potential. As usual, stock video player can’t play MKV, RM, WMV, RMVB and MOV video formats. 3rd party player is here to help.