Nova 5T was a good luck charm for Huawei in a sense; all its problems were driven away soon after the launch of Nova 5T. Also, it was an excellent comeback for Huawei. After it’s launch, all the critics assembled to let the phone down, but with its compelling specification, all their efforts were worthless.
Today I will make sure you get detail information about its aggressive camera combo. I already spent around 3 months on the phone. Thus, I will be sharing our experience with the Huawei Nova 5T in Nepal – The quad-camera king.
Yes, It’s one of the best camera phones you can get in Nepal. It has loaded features with the quad-camera setup. We will be breaking down 5 points about the features that Huawei Nova 5T packs. Here are some of the features of Huawei Nova 5T’s camera with some sample shots and detailed review.
Shots with the depth of field demonstrate good accuracy and edge detection with decent background subject separation. The effect itself also looks refined. Portrait shots are things to notice. Portrait shots taken from the back camera were accurate and filled with the right amount of details. The 48 MP camera paired up with 2 MP depth sensors will get your job done most of the time, and smart AI completes rest job. AI Feature in Huawei Nova 5T will resolve all the problems will details and lighting and give you a picture ready for your Instagram Portal. The front camera also supports portraits and results in impressive clarity from its 32MP lens.
Huawei thought giving an entirely professional range camera combo was not enough. So, Nova 5T comes with Various types of background blur effects like ‘Swirl,’ ‘Hearts,’’ Circles’ are also available. Both front and back cameras support these features.
For the people who love to beautify their photos, here, Huawei Nova 5T gives you a camera app with built-in Beauty mode. Although I am not that big fan of beauty mode in smartphone cameras, beauty mode lovers can always try it.
The quad-cam setup includes a 2 MP dedicated macro sensor put down to good macro shots even in low light. Here the 2 MP pretty well with the consistency that most of the time, you will get crispy macro shots.
The quality of the photos takes a dip if you snap ultra-wide photos, as this mode switches to a less capable 16MP secondary camera that results in more noise in photos. Unlike its competitors, the Nova has a unique AI Ultra Clarity mode that merges multiple shots to create a very detailed photo. Because it is similar to a long-exposure shot, a steady hand is required. Moving objects can also mess up the photo, so it is probably best for shooting scenery.
Night mode in Nova 5T is a game changer. You can expect super fine night photography with the new Huawei Nova 5T. Huawei’s Super Night Mode is on board the Nova 5T, as is another AI-drive mode, HDR+, which merges the best parts of a series of images to ensure maximum sharpness and image quality.
Manual changes are not everyone’s choice as most of the phone offering manual control don’t stand on their claims. However, Nova 5T comes with a fully functional manual mode that, for me, showed some fantastic results. Being able to play with the ISO, shutter speed, and so on did a tremendous job in enhancing my photographs. We don’t use manual control that much, but with Nova 5T, my choices are slowly changing in the recent time, I have started using Pro mode. Enhancing clarity, better low light shots, light painting, and other many creative ideas, in other words, you will carry a mini DLSR in your pocket.
Shooting video with Nova 5T was a great experience. At the back camera, you get a max resolution of 2160p at 30fps. Stability is one of the main deciding factors for mobile videography, so you get AI stabilization and gyro-EIS with the camera App. For 60fps photography, you can switch to 1080p resolution, which gives stability furthermore. At the front camera, you get 1080p resolution at 30fps with gyro-EIS for stability.
Some others feature:
|Rear camera, main||48 MP, Quad|
|Camera specs|| -48 MP, f/1.8, 28mm (wide), 1/2”, 0.8µm, PDAF|
-16 MP, f/2.2, 13mm (ultrawide), 1/3.1”
-2 MP, f/2.4, 27mm (wide), dedicated macro camera
-2 MP, f/2.4, depth sensor
|Functions||LED flash, HDR, panorama|
|Video||[email protected], [email protected]/60fps; gyro-EIS|
|Front camera, selfie||32 MP, Single|
|Specifications||32 MP, f/2.0, 0.8µm|
|Video||[email protected], gyro-EIS|
I have more testing to do, but the Huawei Nova 5T seems like a superb smartphone camera for the price. Huawei’s AI and computational photography lead the market. If you can overlook the LCD panel and other cost-cutting compromises, the Nova 5T offers tremendous value. For those who want a reliable, everyday camera they can rely on for quality images, the Huawei Nova 5T seems like one of the best options available.