Monday, 29 June 2020

TCL 10 pro review || tcl india || tcl

TCL 10 Pro Review:-

But, I'd forgive you if you haven't heard of their phones 'cause normally they're content to sticking other brand's names on them, whether it's Alcatel or BlackBerry or even Palm. So, that makes the TCL 10 Pro a little bit special. This is a TCL phone, I mean, its name is right there on the back of the device. So, is it worthy of their brand name? Or is this beauty only skin deep?

The TCL 10 pro looks pretty great for a 450 dollar phone. I mean, I know this isn't a surprise to anyone but I really love how quick and high end design trickles down. You're still getting a decently sized 6.47 inch display in a design that doesn'tfeel too bulky to hold because of its 19.5 x9 aspect ratio display. And for me, one of the nicest things about the design of this phone is this camera bump. Or should I say its lack of a camera bump.

I was averaging about 4 hours of screen time in between charges. Which is okay, but a little bit low considering the 4,500 milliamp hour battery inside of this device. That said, it should get you through a day of use just fine. There's a headphone jack on the top of the device, a volume rocker, and a Google assistant button. TCL originally said it was gonna let you remap this button, but unfortunately that feature hasn't made it to release. Ultimately, I found I was just constantly pressing this button.

Compared to other Android phones at this price, these specs are reasonable, but it doesn't look so great compared to the iPhone SE 2, which, let's not forget, has Apple's latest and greatest processor in it. And now, TCL has made some sensible tweaks to Android, but, thankfully in other cases where it misses the mark, you can pretty easily undo its choices. I liked the edge bar, but I wasn't such a fan of
the SDR to HDR conversion, which takes SDR content and tries to deepen blacks and make highlights brighter to make it look like HDR content. I mean, it's not the worst thing I've ever seen, but, honestly, I think it just looks a little bit too processed and unnatural. And while you're at it, I'd really, strongly suggest changing the color profile to its gentle setting, since the other modes are just a little bit too saturated. With all these tweaks, I generally like the screen, but I still think it's a little bit too saturated.

Honestly though, it's an OLED, it supports HDR 10, it's 1080p, and honestly, you could do a lot worse. And as a side note, you have to put up with a fairly basic set of downward firing speakers and they're just nothing special. This display contains an optical fingerprint censor, and it works about as well as any other in display fingerprint reader I've used. I'd say it failed on me, at most, maybe once a day, which isn't at all bad. I had bigger issues actually using the screen because i constantly found myself accidentally touching its curved edges. I'd be watching a YouTube video and I'd go to grab it and turn it into landscape mode and accidentally find myself opening an ad. Now, obviously this isn't a problem that's unique to the TCL 10 Pro

TCL isn't the only company that does this but come on, it's pretty cheap looking. Now, the TCL 10 Pro has 4 rear cameras. There's a 64 megapixel main sensor, a 16 megapixel ultra wide, a 5 megapixel micro camera, and a 2 megapixel depth sensing camera. Then there's a 24 megapixel camera on the front. So if I had to describe it in a word, I'd probably call the TCL 10 Pro's photos fluorescent. I mean, look at this picture of a mini cooper, and I can assure you that the trees behind it were nowhere near looking that vibrant looking in real life. Or there's this photo of a street corner, there's so much sharpening going on and this tree on the top left, it almost looks cutout against the sky. I don't think a photo with a bit of punch is the worst thing in the world, but it's something that Ilike to be able to add myself, rather than as a default. I know its maybe an unfair comparison, considering the price difference, but just look at how the Pixel 3 handles this same shot.

I mean, sure, maybe things can look a little bit too flat but it's much more accurate and I can always boost the saturation later. Unsurprisingly, the TCL 10 Pro processing means that faces end up looking a little bit bright and unnatural. And then, if your taking photos in lower light, they end up coming out looking like they've had an Instagram filter applied. I will give it credit for the range of lenses though. Wide angle shots are okay, if a little soft looking, and macro shots have plenty of detail. So, sufficed to say, there are better camera phones available at this price.

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