1. Overview - official specifications and unboxing photos2. Design - build, materials, design highlights, dimensions, controls layout, photos3. Software - Android 12, user interface, Settings menu, and default apps4. Connectivity - network bands, SAR, wireless connectivity, satellite positioning5. Performance - MediaTek Helio G85 information and performance benchmarks
6. Cameras - software, 20MP Sony IMX350 main, 2MP GalaxyCore GC02M2 macro, 8MP depth-sensing rear cameras, and the 16MP Sony IMX481 selfie camera, sample photos and video7. Battery - 10000 mAh capacity, 18W fast charger, 15W wireless charging, battery life tests
The selfie camera resides in a V-shaped notch and uses a 16MP Sony IMX481 sensor with a 5-element lens and an f/2.2 aperture. This sensor has 1.0 µm pixels and a 1/3.09" optical format. The camera takes photos with a resolution of 4608 x 3456 pixels and shoots FHD videos at 30 fps.
Ulefone has used the same Camera app on many of its smartphones. It is very convenient in terms of quick access to various settings as they appear on the screen in the form of toggles after tapping on the settings icon in the top right corner. This icon is usually accompanied by a filters icon, an icon for AI (main camera only), LED flash icon, HDR, etc. There's a slide for digital zoom placed in the right middle of the screen. The bottom is occupied by a reel of shooting modes with the shutter button placed below it. To the left of the shutter button, there's the shortcut to the list of photos and videos, which can be opened with the Photos app by default. To the right of the shutter button, there's the camera switch.
The shooting modes include Photo, Video, Night Mode, Pro Mode, Macro, and More. Under "More", you will see UHD mode, Portrait shooting, which engages the depth-sensing rear camera, Gif, Panorama, Time-lapse videos, and QR code scanning. The Portrait mode allows you to add beautification filters and adjust the aperture level (level of background blurring). You can add/remove shooting modes to the reel as well as change the accent color of the app from yellow to another of your liking. The Pro Mode allows you to adjust the white balance, ISO, aperture, shutter speed, etc.
With the front camera, you can only shoot photos, videos, and portraits. The other shooting modes simply re-switch to the rear camera. The Photo mode allows you to snap 16MP photos, use the screen as a flash, and add filters. The front camera settings also include touch shooting and mirror camera. The Video mode lets you record FHD videos at 30 fps. The Portrait mode allows you to adjust the aperture level, add beautification filters, additional filters, and use the screen as a flash. There's also a 4.0x digital zoom option for all three modes. The images can be opened and edited with the Photos app by default. Among all other features, it also has Google Lens integrated. This app helps you snap a photo of an object and look on the internet in order to recognize it. Or you can simply point at a text and use the app for on-image translation to a language of your choice.