Neither Apple, nor Samsung, nor Google, nor Oppo… The great protagonists of this year’s Mobile World Congress have been Realme, Honor and Little bit. The first two because they have presented two terminals designed to compete with the largest; Little, as always, because it is still the Xiaomi sub-brand with the best price-specification ratio.
in this particular Summary of Mobile World Congress 2022 We are going to review the three best mobiles of this edition, to compare your specifications, your prices and reveal our first impressions after having them in your hand.
Realme goes Pro for real
Outside, the Realme GT2 Pro It looks like another Realme. Fine (8.2mm), quite light (189 grams) and with a touch quite particular, thanks to a cellulose back that, you may like it or not, but it makes it unique. But it is enough to take a look at its specifications to realize that This mobile is very different from what the Chinese manufacturer has accustomed us to.
For starters, you have a screen oled with a very high resolution (1440p), a refresh rate of 120Hz worthy of a high end and a peak brightness of 1400 nits that makes it look great outdoors. This pantlón accompanies a processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 1the most powerful on the market, and up to 12 GB of RAM.
The photographic section, which is usually the most neglected in high-end applicants, has two very good 50 Mpx sensors for the main camera and the 150 degree ultra wide angle. In addition, Realme has included a very curious microscopic sensor capable of bringing the world of tiny details closer.
the battery of 5,000 Mah with 65W fast charge complete a terminal called to compete in all sections with mobile phones of more than 1,000 euros, which costs incredible €750.
The honor of the cameras
What is most striking about the new Magic 4 Pro It is undoubtedly your photographic module. In the rear, inside a huge black circle as a great goal, there are two 50 mpx cameras for the main and ultra wide angle and a TOF sensor for depth. Right in the center of this photogenic circumference highlights the 64 MP telephoto which offers a combined zoom (optical + digital) of 100 increases. As if that were not enough, on the front they have put two sensors for selfies: one of 12 Mpx with an opening of 100 degrees and another TOF to blur the background to the user’s taste.
In the rest of the sections, the Honor Magic 4 Pro is not far behind either. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with 8 or 12 GB of RAM they place it among the most powerful terminals of 2022 and although its 4,600 Mah deposit is somewhat smaller than that of its direct rivals, they make up for it with a 100W dual (wired and wireless) charging It charges 100% in 30 minutes.
Its price shoots up to €1,100 but it also includes reverse wireless charging, an infrared sensor and an ultrasonic fingerprint reader.
A bit of everything for 300 euros
Being done very difficult to justify the purchase of mobile phones like those seen on these lines after presentations such as that of Poco -the subsidiary of Xiaomi- during this Mobile World Congress.
At least on paper, the Bit X4 Pro 5G seems to have it all: an amoled screen of 120 Hza 6 nanometer processor with 5G5,000 Mah with charging 67 W (100% in 41 minutes) and a photographic sensor of 108 mpx. All this for just 300 euros.
We will have to wait for a thorough test of the terminal, but there is no doubt that Poco has once again managed to break the pack and offer a very large specification sheet at an unbeatable price.