Tft Displays.Glory 50 SE evaluation. At the previous Honor 50 series press conference, what attracted my most attention was not the title Glory 50 and Glory 50 Pro, but the frame Glory 50 SE compared to iPhone 12.
Glory 50 SE is equipped with a 6.78-inch LCD full-view screen with a resolution of 2388 × 1080, supporting DCI-P3 wide color gamut and 120Hz screen refresh rate, both in terms of display effect and touch experience.
To my surprise, the viewing angle of the Glory 50 SE screen is not bad. Even if you look at it from a relatively large cut-in angle, there is no obvious color bias.
In addition, the Honor 50 SE has a built-in smart high-brush function that matches the frame rate according to the content displayed on the current screen.
For example, when users are browsing pictures, Glory 50 SE will automatically reduce the frame rate, and when users swipe the screen, the phone will automatically increase the refresh rate.
In this way, it can not only take into account the range, but also ensure a sufficiently pleasant experience, which is very intimate.
The biggest highlight of the Glory 50 SE screen is that the width is only the left and right border of 1.1mm, and the top frame is only 1.15mm. Glory uses glue-before-assembly technology to create the screen with the narrowest frame in the LCD screen, with a screen share of 94.3%.
At the same time, I also saw a discussion among my friends on the Internet: with such a narrow left and right frame, the chin must be very wide.
I took a ruler and measured it. The width of my chin was less than 4mm, which was about the same as iPhone 11, which had the same LCD screen next door. To be honest, as a LCD model, it is satisfactory to have such a bottom frame.
Come to the back of the phone.
Glory 50 SE offers three color options: bright black, charm sea blue and streamer phantom mirror. Glory through the double film double plating process, to create a more spatial sense of light and shadow effect.
Against the light, the back shell of Glory 50 SE appears “bling bling”, which is quite eye-catching.
The image module design adopts the double mirror design of the same style in this series. The two great circles draw inspiration from Lulai’s classic two-lens design language, supplemented by the Cartier-like ring design around them.
In terms of size, the Glory 50 SE is 8mm in thickness and weighs about 191g, which makes it feel light enough.
The side of the fuselage is equipped with a power button with fingerprint unlocking function, which is not excellent under the actual test, but it is also regular.
In terms of image configuration, the Glory 50 SE is equipped with three rear shots, namely, a 1-megapixel main shot, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2-megapixel macro lens.
As the highlight of the entire rear image module, the 100-megapixel of Glory 50 SE can bring 1200 megapixels, equivalent to 2.1 μ m, in the default mode through pixel 9-in-1 technology.
When there is plenty of light during the day, Glory 50 SE is filmed in the default mode, and the overall detail performance and color restoration are solid enough without large slots.
Even in the high-light ratio scene, Glory 50 SE did not roll over.
After turning on the high-pixel mode, thanks to the hard-core configuration of 100 megapixels, Glory 50 SE can accommodate more picture details, which is convenient for secondary trimming later.
Take the following photo as an example, it is not easy to see the contents of the road sign with the naked eye, but it can still be clearly displayed under the Glory 50 SE lens.
However, it should be noted that in the default mode, the size of the photo taken by the Glory 50 SE is about 2-5MB, while the size of the photo in high-pixel mode is larger than that of 30MB.
In a dim light environment, the 50 SE image of Glory can also be praised.
Take the following sample, for example, although the dark details are a little weak, the restoration of the wall color is very close to what the naked eye can see, and the highlight suppression at the top of the screen is enough to score a high score as a whole.
In the night scene, in theory, the 1.52-inch sensor can show a satisfactory sample of the night scene. But maybe it’s because I still have the engineering machine version, and the night scene is not as good as I imagined.
In the default mode, the Glory 50 SE is obviously powerless in the face of complex lighting scenes, especially at the highlight sign.