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Eiffel Tower at night

I was in Paris last week for the launch of another smartphone with strong camera specifications; the Honor View 20. Here's a shot taken with a production sample I was provided with:





The View 20 is relatively unusual in a number of ways; there is only one camera at the back, and it's no less than 48 megapixels and the selfie camera pokes through the screen display (rather than placed above it).


Look out for my review coming soon!


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Re: Eiffel Tower at night

Wow. Sharp as nails, crisp and very dramatic lighting. Like it!
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Re: Eiffel Tower at night

Another wow - impressive.

However, I still like to use a camera.

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Re: Eiffel Tower at night

Very impressive.

Looking forward to reading about it.

No doubt, it's going to be very pricey, and not something found in a Jamboree bag !
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Re: Eiffel Tower at night

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Another wow - impressive.

However, I still like to use a camera.

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Absolutely, Barr1e - smartphones are very clumsy to use as cameras. But of course I usually always have the thing with me, which is not what can be said of my 'real camera' Maybe that makes me a bad photographer


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