Fully exceeded one year, 2017, in which double cameras and frames without frames became the totem to be adored by mobile phone manufacturers, this year 's Champions League technology has signed a new player , Artificial Intelligence A technology that brands have embraced with all of the law in their proposals for this season without renouncing, however, to align in their teams the most advanced functions and demands by consumers.
The battle of the "smartphone" intensifies more and more . The podium of the main vendors is narrowing increasingly, and Huawei lurks there, current third in discord, which at the moment is the only brand able to break the traditional duo formed by Samsung and Apple. But neither should we neglect because they press hard on the table Asian firms such as Vivo, Oppo or Xiaomi.
China breaks molds
Despite the Chinese trick, shipments of smart phones in China have suffered a tremendous blow in the first quarter of this year, according to a report by the analysis firm Canalys, which figures the fall by 21%. In Europe, the game is in its hottest minutes, as it is surprising how Xiaomi has placed in the fourth position of the largest sellers - the third in Spain, ahead of Apple - beating the veteran Nokia, which returns to the top five after a few years adrift.
Currently, there are two scenarios in the mobile jungle. On the one hand, Samsung and Apple have raised a new bar. They have broken molds by offering their most advanced terminals above a thousand euros. However, the iPhone X has been the best selling phone in this period, according to the statistics of Strategy Analytics, which indicates that a part of consumers are willing to scratch their pocket. But another part does not, with what many manufacturers have opted for contained prices and offer, as in the case of the new OnePlus 6, an aggressive and very tight quality-price ratio.
Power with control
But the main idea that moves the mobile market is to increase the power and performance in each generation. On the grid of the main cars are the iPhone X, OnePlus 6, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, Huawei P 20 Pro and LG G7 ThinQ. All of them do not skimp on performance, but there are slight and important differences . While Apple has continued to exploit its own processors, in this case the A11 Bionic, other manufacturers that opt for the Android operating system opt for Qualcomm components or, as in the case of the Huawei P20 Pro, a chip of its own creation, the Kirin 970 The rest have approached the Snapdragon 845, the "brain" of technological beasts that work,except with small details, in a solvent way and give a fluid handling . It's really nice to use them.
In addition, since RAM has been increasing, all of them allow opening and closing applications, navigating, managing them in a fast way. An experience that is appreciated considerably if it comes from "smartphones" of several years ago. While it is true that the more figures there is no supreme guarantee that the mobile will be better (to be told to the iPhone X that offers, according to various analyzes, 3 GB of RAM ), the most advanced phones move between 4 and 6 GB of RAM. In one version, the OnePlus 6 has up to 8 GB, but today is an almost imperceptible feature.
Screen almost border less
Both the size and the quality of the screen offer disparate results. Although it is true that all of them have embraced the trend of screens with almost no borders, each manufacturer has articulated its own features and different improvements. The transverse idea that now moves the industry is to offer much more surface in a smaller size. And most of them are right, although this can cause them to aesthetically resemble each other.
In the case of the iPhone X , Apple wanted to differentiate itself with the inclusion of a tab or "notch" at the top of the screen. A controversial decision but that, throughout this year, has been copied by other Android opponents as in the case of OnePlus 6 , Huawei P20 Pro or LG G7 ThinQ . Samsung, on the other hand, has maintained its iconic design in the Galaxy S9 Plus , which gives it great exterior beauty.
By sizes and aspect ratio we find differential aspects. Thus, in the case of the OnePlus 6, its panel has been enlarged compared to its predecessor, reaching 6.29 inches . Aesthetically, although it recalls in part the iPhone X, it is compact and manageable. More elongated, however, the Galaxy S9 Plus despite moving on a diagonal of 6.2 inches, while the Huawei P20 Pro remains at about 6.1 inches. All of them have opted to integrate OLED-type panels, which offer deep blacks and intense colors.
The quality, in these cases, is surprising. This is appreciated when audiovisual content is reproduced, but this is a somewhat controversial decision, since this technology can saturate the colors too much, offering a less realistic image than a user profile likes. In the case of the iPhone X, in addition, it offers a greater warmth of the images, but it includes a sensational function called TrueTone that is able to adapt the brightness to the lighting conditions of the room.
The LG G7 ThinQ has distanced itself from the rest and has decided to incorporate an LCD screen, a very refined technology, but that reaches 1,000 nits of brightness. It is a measure used to describe the brilliance and that, in this case, achieves that the terminal offers a supreme luminosity, something that is appreciated when it gives the direct sun. Regarding the resolution obtained, only the Huawei P20 Pro and the OnePlus 6 chirped slightly in this section when betting on Full HD, while the rest has shown something else, especially in the case of the G7 that achieves a high density ( 563 pixels per inch).
A differentiated and particular camera
Notable differences are discovered in all of them. Each model has opted for its own configuration, which offers a greater variety when it comes to meeting the demands of each one. Going by parts, the iPhone X has remained in the double cameras with 12 megapixel lenses and focal apertures of F1.8 and F2.4. Both are optically stabilized, which allows images to be captured without movement. Its result is very good, especially in two of the usual scenarios, when shooting in portrait mode and in the scenario photo.
But as for the night image, the zoom and the panoramic the terminal of the North American signature weakens in comparison with its rivals. The Huawei P20 Pro takes the cake. It has three cameras, one of 40 megapixels (F1.7), another of 20 megapixels monochrome (F1.6) and one of 8 megapixels (F2.4), but today is the king in zooming the image thanks to the incorporation of a triple zoom (optical of 3 increases, hybrid of 5 increases and digital of 10 increases). Here there is no territory that does not exceed the Chinese signature.
For its part, the Galaxy S9 Plus represents Samsung's leap to double cameras in this range. And he has done it with mixed feelings, since in general it offers good sensations, but it is also slightly below in comparison with other rivals. In this case, it incorporates two sensors of 12 megapixels each. A wide angle has variable aperture of F1.5 and F2.4, while the secondary has a fixed aperture of F2.4. This camera achieves, above all, very detailed night images and captures a great luminosity.
In the case of LG G7 ThinQ, it should be noted that the South Korean firm has maintained its own technical configuration. Namely, a normal camera (F1.6 aperture) and another wide-angle camera (F1.9), which gives it a very special experience. Both are 16 megapixels and can be activated interchangeably. In addition, fortunately, it has incorporated a portrait mode that was not in its predecessors and, like the Galaxy S9 Plus, allows you to adjust the level of blur before taking the image. In the case of the OnePlus 6, the photograph may collide compared to the rest, since it includes a double camera of 16 and 20 megapixels with an aperture of F1.7 each.
If we talk about the video recording, they all record in 4K quality (at 30 frames per second on the LG G7 ThinQ and Huawei P20 Pro, the rest at 60 frames per second), but not all can achieve a function that can be very colorful, super slow motion or super slow motion that offers very funny results. The terminal that best treats it is the Galaxy S9 Plus, which reaches 960 frames per second in high definition. But artificial intelligence has taken the picture in some cases as in the Huawei P20 Pro and LG G7 ThinQ that are able to automate certain processes and return suggestions in certain scenes in order to improve the result of the image.
Gestures as channeled and other details
If something has contributed the iPhone X has been, without a doubt, an almost invisible aspect, its revolutionary gestural interface. It is intuitive, natural, comfortable and, once you pass through here, it is difficult to return to a screen with buttons even if they are digital. It is something that, for example, Android has not managed to straighten in some models like the Galaxy S9 Plus. They are small details that show an advance in human-machine interaction. The OnePlus 6, by contrast, has introduced a similar function to handle it, but it is rather limited and is disabled by default. As for the batteries, they all far exceed the day, but the terminal of the South Korean firm extends much more.
Other details to keep in mind is that the OnePlus 6 is not submersible or has a wireless charging system, while one of the weak points of the iPhone X is the slowness when recharging the battery. As a curiosity, it should be remembered that the Apple device has FaceID, a facial recognition system to unlock the screen and authorize mobile payments, and has retained its idea of dispensing with the headphone jack (as Huawei has added) something that does Samsung.
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