អត្ថបទមានចំណងជើងថានេះ “ក្រុមហ៊ុន Huawei កិត្តិយស 7 ពិនិត្យឡើងវិញ: កណ្តាលរឹងមាំជាមួយនឹងម៉ាស៊ីនស្កេនស្នាមម្រាមដៃរន្ទះលឿន” ត្រូវបានសរសេរដោយលោកសាំយូអែល Gibbs, for theguardian.com on Thursday 27th August 2015 16.15 UTC
The brief for Huawei’s Honor 7 is straightforward: make a solid smartphone that don’t break the bank.
It doesn’t pretend to be a “flagship killer”, and isn’t, but in a market that is full of good offerings for under £250, including the new OnePlus 2 និង third-generation Moto G, can the, arguably, fastest fingerprint scanner in the business make it stand out?
Simple, understated design
The Honor 7 has a simple, relatively attractive design. The body is metal, although it has a coating on it that gives it a premium plastic-like feel. The front is all glass with a selfie cam and front-facing flash. The rear has a camera that sticks out and a fingerprint scanner below – it’s all quite understated.
Build quality is just above average: the body flexes when twisted and the plastic top and bottom corners feel like they will be marked quite easily if dropped.
The 5.2in full HD screen looks remarkably crisp and good, but side-by-side with the quad HD screens with higher pixel densities such as the 5.1in screen of the Galaxy S6 it is noticeably less dense.
The Honor 7 compares favourably to the OnePlus 2, which has a similar 1080p screen.
At 8.5mm the phone is relatively thin and light for the mid-range price. Compared to the OnePlus 2 ឧទាហរណ៍, it is 1.35mm thinner and 18g lighter.
Beyond the standard power and volume buttons, the Honor 7 also has an extra customisable button. A short press, long press and double press can all be tied to custom actions such as launching the camera or used to launch an app such as Twitter or Facebook. វាធ្វើការបានយ៉ាងល្អ, but gets pressed quite a lot by accident as it is opposite the power and volume buttons.
- អេក្រង់: 5.2នៅក្នុងកម្រិត full HD អេក្រង់ LCD (424PPI)
- ដំណើរការ: ប្រភេទ octa-core របស់ក្រុមហ៊ុន Huawei គីរី 935
- RAM ទំហំ: 3ជីកាបៃនៃ RAM ទំហំ
- ឧបករណ៍ផ្ទុក: 16ជីកាបៃ + កាត microSD
- ប្រព័ន្ធប្រតិបត្តិការ: ប្រព័ន្ធប្រតិបត្តិការ Android 5.0 "Lollipop" ដោយមានចំណុចប្រទាក់អារម្មណ៍
- កាមេរ៉ា: 20កាមេរ៉ាក្រោយទំហំ, 8កាមេរ៉ាមុខសមាជិកសភា
- ការតភ្ជាប់: Dual-sim, បណ្តាញ LTE, ប្រព័ន្ធ Wi-Fi, ប្រព័ន្ធ NFC, ប៊្លូធូស 4.1 និង GPS
- វិមាត្រ: 143.2 គុណ 71.9 x 8.5mm
- ទំងន់: 157ក្រាម
The Honor 7 contains Huawei’s Kirin 935 ប្រភេទ octa-core processor មាន. Perfomance is solid, if not astounding, only stuttering slightly with some graphically rich gaming, while 3GB of RAM is plenty for multitasking according to the built-in RAM monitor.
The phone handled everything I threw at it without issue, and didn’t suffer from any heat issues, unlike Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810.
The battery lasted around one day on the phone’s “Smart” power profile, which claims to best balance performance with battery life, returning to the charger at night with 20% battery left. That was with hundreds of push notifications, អ៊ីម៉ែល, ក្នុង Twitter, ហ្វេសប៊ុក, ការផ្សាយតន្ត្រីនិងម៉ោងនៃការរកមើលការមួយ.
It’s worth noting that the screen’s 50% brightness was far too dim to see anything, and the automatic brightness setting often made the screen quite bright, which will eat into the battery life.
Emotion UI not up to scratch
The Honor 7 runs Huawei’s modified version of Android 5.0 called “Emotion UI”. It is the same version as running on the Huawei P8 and has the same benefits and pitfalls.
Briefly, there is no app drawer making it like an iPhone with every app on the home screen; the notification tray looks and behaves differently with some apps spitting out multiple notifications; most app icons have a coloured background, ដែលមើលទៅរញ៉េរញ៉ៃមួយ, and other apps have custom icons, ដែលមើលទៅ warped បន្តិច, ដូចជា Instagram បាន.
The standard Android Lollipop experience is much more attractive and slick.
For more details about Emotion UI please see the software section of the Huawei P8 review.
The Honor 7 comes with a 20-megapixel camera on the back and an 8-megapixel fixed-focus selfie cam which, unusually, has its own flash placed on the other side of the handset’s ear speaker.
Images from the rear camera are rich in detail and relatively accurate in colour. The f/2.4 lens isn’t quite up to par with the best in the industry, from LG and Samsung with their 1.9 និង 2.0 lenses, which means a shallow depth of field and pleasing bokeh effect is difficult to obtain.
សរុប, it’s a decent camera with good low-light performance, on par with the likes of the OnePlus 2.
The front-facing camera can take good images but lacks range and, being fixed focus, is a curious choice for an 8-megapixel camera. It means that everything ends up in focus – or, if you get too close, nothing is in focus. The LED flash is also not very bright.
The camera app is very iPhone-like. ការជ្រើសរូបថតដ៏សាមញ្ញមួយនៅខាងឆ្វេង, ជាមួយនឹងជម្រើសនេះដើម្បីអនុញ្ញាតមុខងារ HDR និងនៃលក្ខណៈពិសេសផ្សេងទៀតបានកប់នៅពីក្រោយមួយដែលផ្ទុកម៉ឺនុយ. It can sometimes be a bit sluggish to take photos. The camera’s beauty modes can also produce some scary pale, bug-eyed photos.
Lightning fast fingerprint scanner
Arguably the best fingerprint scanner on the market, and the best thing about the Honor 7, the sensor just below the camera on the back is so quick and accurate you think it’s broken.
It’s easy to hit with your index finger and unlocks the phone in under 0.5 វិនាទី. A simple tap is enough – no long pressing and hoping. It’s even faster and more accurate than Apple’s much vaunted Touch ID on the iPhone.
ជាអកុសល, like the OnePlus 2, the Honor 7’s fingerprint sensor can’t be used in third-party apps such as Evernote or LastPass. ប្រព័ន្ធប្រតិបត្តិការ Android 6 Marshmallow will introduce native fingerprint support into Android and hopefully expand support for the Honor 7 and other smartphones’ fingerprint sensors, beyond Samsung’s.
The Honor 7 will be available via Huawei’s online store for £250, which makes it £10 more expensive than the 16GB OnePlus 2. For comparison a 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 costs £415 and an LG G4 costs £340. Huawei’s P8 costs £360.
The Honor 7 is a solid mid-range smartphone with some great features. The fingerprint sensor is the fastest in the business – all fingerprint sensors should be that easy and quick to use.
កាមេរ៉ានេះគឺរឹងមាំ, it has dual-sim or microSD card support, and the extra customisable button is a nice touch.
Its biggest problem is its software. Emotion UI is just not as attractive, user friendly or well designed as the standard Android 5 Lollipop experience.
សរុប, the Honor 7 is good value from a more mainstream Chinese smartphone brand, that you actually buy from a store, but may not be enough to justify spending £100 more than a solid budget offering.
ប្រុស: fantastic fingerprint scanner, មានកាមេរ៉ាដ៏រឹងមាំ, decent screen, រន្ធដោតកាត microSD, quick charge, decent performance, no thermal issues
គុណវិបត្តិ: គ្មានសាកឥតខ្សែ, Emotion UI isn’t good, selfie cam is fixed focus, build quality isn’t as good as some rivals, second sim only 2G
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