[Bestbuy618 Mobile Channel] The platform labels post-95s as “young experience school,” “playful,” “rational and smart,” “pragmatic,” “pursuit of quality,” and so on. “Pragmatism,” “Quality Pursuit,” and so on It is not difficult to see that this is a very different group than the 8090, one that is more willing to put in effort “to play.” Honor product manager @Wei Snapdragon Raul, a member of the post-95s, is also convinced of this. It is revealed that he leads the Honor play4T series based on his post-95s insight, hoping to bring innovative technology to young people with the concept of high quality ease and no burden.
So, how does the new Honor Play4T series perform? Bestbuy618 cell phone channel got one of the new Honor Play4T Pro, take a look below. Honor cell phone friends know that it has all the full-screen solutions such as phantom eye full-screen, elevated full-screen, pearl screen, and so on.
Honor Play4T Pro now has a pearl screen solution, 6.3-inch AMOLED screen, screen-to-body ratio of more than 90%, 20:9 screen ratio, 2400×1080 FHD ultra-clear resolution, and 70000:1 ultra-high contrast ratio. Honor Play4T Pro comes in three color options: Icelandic Illusion, Blue Water Emerald, and Phantom Night Black, of which I received the Phantom Night Black.
Deep streams of light are intertwined with brilliant rainbows on its back, and the Honor Play4T Pro presents the beauty of light and shadow flow with pure craftsmanship.
The Honor Play4T Pro’s body is designed with 3D integration, and the rounded center frame with curved back provides a good grip. Because the body is thin and light, with a thickness of only 7.75mm and a weight of only 165g, there is no pressure to hold it in one hand. The overall design of the new machine continues the usual minimalist style, with the back of the body in addition to the upper left corner of the rectangular lens module and the logo below, without any other excess.
In terms of design, the Honor Play4T Pro has all physical buttons on the left side of the body, a Type-C all-in-one interface at the bottom center of the body, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top. “The 48-megapixel main camera features a large 1/2-inch sensor and a new generation of Honor Owl algorithm, while the 8-megapixel anti-distortion ultra-wide angle lens provides a wider field of view.”
We discovered a good focus speed and shutter speed in the sample shots, which can provide a stable shooting experience. The Honor Play4T Pro’s overall imaging level is relatively good, the sample exposure is relatively accurate, and the color temperature is slightly warm. In the high light ratio environment, the dark details of the samples are also clearly visible.
The AI mode also does not over-adjust color saturation, and the overall appearance and feel are comparable to what the naked eye can see.
In terms of night scene, the Honor Play4T Pro also has the advantages of backlight and night scene, as well as supporting AIS Handheld Super Night View 2.0, which combines ultra-long exposure and multi-frame technology to obtain clear and bright samples even in low light and dark environments. The Honor Play4T Pro has a 16-megapixel front-facing selfie camera with built-in AI beauty that can personalize the beauty based on the user’s facial features for selfies. In general, the Honor Play4T Pro’s three lenses are of good quality and have the same strength as the flagship. Selfie samples The newest addition to the Play4T Pro is the 7nm Kirin 810, a powerful core that has emerged as the new star of the sub-$2,500 market.
The Kirin 810 is an octa-core CPU architecture with two flagship custom Cortex-A76 cores running at 2.27GHz and six Cortex-A55 small cores running at 1.88GHz, forming a new “2 6” combination in this flagship octa-core processor. The new “2 6” combination is the flagship octa-core processor, with intelligent and effective deployment of large and small cores based on application.
The Kirin 810 core architecture is aligned with the flagship chip, and in order to maximize the performance of this core, the Honor Play4T Pro also includes GPU Turbo 3.0 revolutionary game acceleration technology, which goes deep into the underlying optimization experience to further release the phone’s performance and bring users a lasting and stable high frame game experience. Running “Peace Elite” with the default maximum image quality, the average frame rate remains at around 29fps, the average frame rate of 0.93fps, frame rate fluctuations are quite outstanding performance. In terms of overall performance, the Honor Play4T Pro outperforms comparable competitors, with a slight advantage in frame rate stability over even Snapdragon 765 models. Honor Play4T Pro frame rate test The Honor Play4T Pro is equipped with Magic UI2.1, with rounded UI icons optimized for strong visual effects; the interface and APP icons are bright and light in color, brimming with youthful energy.
Furthermore, the system includes a plethora of fashionable and trendy themes that can be said to be tailor-made for young people. Full-screen gestures create a more efficient one-handed swipe and tap solution.
Furthermore, there is good calorie recognition, intelligent knowledge of things, full-screen translation, and other features. And Magic UI2.1 includes Huawei’s original Ark compiler, which replaces high resource-consuming dynamic compilation with efficient static compilation, greatly improving system smoothness and responsiveness. In terms of security, the Honor Play4T Pro also supports dual unlock function of face recognition and screen fingerprint.
Security settings When playing mobile games or other forms of entertainment, not only the bright screen consumes power, but the CPU is also under high load and is a major power consumer, so power saving optimization of the phone system is critical. Honor Play4T Pro follows the traditional open-source and cost-cutting strategy: the battery is increased to 4000mAh, while power utilization is improved by a 7nm chip and AI intelligent power saving technology to avoid unnecessary power consumption. So, how does it perform specifically? I’m here to play games on it as well as other items’ power consumption, in order to assess its overall performance.
Honor Play4T Pro is fully charged at 100 percent for each item; for 30 minutes, brush today’s headlines, brush Weibo, brush Shake Video, listen to NetEase Cloud Music, and play “Honor of Kings”; the phone was connected to wifi, data was turned off, Bluetooth was turned off, GPS positioning was turned off, 50 percent volume and 50 percent screen brightness were set, only the test item APP was left in the background, standard mode, and “Honor of Kings During 150 minutes of testing, the Honor Play4T Pro consumes 20% of the power. One charge per day is sufficient for heavy users.
The Honor Play4T Pro supports 22.5W super fast charging, and according to official data, it can be charged to 58 percent in 30 minutes. In our actual test, the Honor Play4T Pro power consumption to shut down and then charging test, half an hour charging to 61 percent, charging to 80 percent after the speed began to slow down, all full spent 59 minutes, the overall charging efficiency is very strong. Overall, the Honor Play4T Pro product concept is very clear: self-developed 7nm chip Kirin 810 can provide efficient and stable continuous output; 48MP AI triple camera can provide rich photographic functions; improve the efficiency of power usage and shorten storage time while ensuring performance and feel Using the R If you’re in the market for a new phone in the near future, this new model is one to consider.