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Do you need a smartphone that lasts for more than a day? Look no further than the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

It’s perfect for power users with its efficient battery and Kirin 980 processor. You can browse social media, play online games, use it as a hotspot, and take lots of photos with ease. It can even charge another phone, and you’ll still have enough juice for a Netflix session before you hit the sack.

Even if you forget to charge it overnight, it’s bound to still have charge the following morning.


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Huawei Nova 5T: The phone that lets you be independent

What she needs in life are tools that help her just be who she is

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The modern woman is preoccupied with a lot of things: work, spending quality time with family and friends, learning new skills, self-care, maybe even finding romance. She has a lot going on, so what she needs in life are tools that help her just be who she is.

When it comes to smartphones, the Huawei Nova 5T is a phone she can rely on. With its super fast fingerprint unlock and 8GB of memory, she won’t need to do any more waiting than she already does in her day to day.

Having 128GB of storage, she can take as many photos and videos as she wants. And the flagship Kirin 980 processor assures her that she can do anything she ought to do and multitask like the career woman that she is. No compromises here.

Who says a girl needs an Instagram boyfriend? The 32MP selfie camera on the Huawei Nova 5T lets her take wide-angle and beautiful selfies and outfit shots all on her own, without having to rely on anyone else. And those cameras at the back give her professional-like photos, too. No more boring photos.

The modern woman hustles and stays connected and the Nova 5T can stay on with her for for as long as she needs it to be. When it runs out of juice, it gets up to 50% in just 30 minutes.


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Capturing lights and shadows in Turkey

With Ultra Dark Mode on the OPPO Reno2

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Making sure that your subject is well-lit is a basic rule people abide by when taking any photo. It’s easy to think that capturing Instagrammable scenes should be reserved only for when there’s enough light. What do you do then if the most beautiful moments happen without the sun?

With a little help of technology, you can preserve your memory of watching hot air balloons fly over sunrise in Cappadocia and Istanbul’s iconic buildings after sunset. Here are some tips on how you can get creative and achieve Instagrammable shots using Ultra Dark Mode on the OPPO Reno2:

1. Wake up early for sunrise

If sunrise is at 7:00, wake up and get ready at 4:00 am. When you’re trying to capture the sky change from gray to blue to a beautiful gradient as sunlight spreads over the horizon, you’d be surprised at how fast it will all happen.

2. Climb a rooftop for sunset

We tend to take sunsets for granted because we catch them almost anywhere. When traveling, try to find a spot with an overlooking view of the town or city you’re in. You can climb a rooftop to get a different perspective than what you’re used to and watch the sky and the clouds explode with colors, and see the lights turn on one by one.

3. Stay for blue hour

Most people leave and pack their cameras as soon as the sun goes down, but blue hour is just as beautiful, if not even more. Capturing landscapes durning the few minutes of vibrant blue sky when buildings and structures are still visible — but with little artificial lights turned on — registers better in photos than when you try to take them during sunset. Unless you’re not trying to get a silhouette shot, that is.

4. Use shadows for portraits

Who says you can’t take portraits after sunset? Look for patterns using available props and create shadows on your subject using artificial light. You’d be surprised with what you can capture.

5. Illuminate impossible scenarios

With Tripod Mode, you can expose subjects longer and essentially allow the Reno2 to see in the dark. You can also use this mode to light complicated subjects evenly, like the iconic Hagia Sofia even when all you’re relying on are tiny spotlights. Just make sure to put the phone down somewhere stable if you don’t have a tripod with you for a crisper shot.


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5 creative ways to make your photos more interesting with the Huawei Nova 5T

You can do almost anything with a smartphone camera

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Tired of taking and posting the same photos? Fortunately smartphones these days are packed with features that were not even possible on tiny smartphone cameras until recently. Huawei’s latest midrange powerhouse offers a lot — from a flagship processor to a capable quad-camera setup. Here are five creative ways to add variety to the photos you can take using the Huawei Nova 5T.

1) Capture the bigger picture with the 16MP Ultra Wide Angle Camera

2) Take photos even without sunlight with Super Night Mode

3) Make your subjects stand out with Aperture Mode

4) Own your OOTDs and selfies with the 32MP Selfie Camera

5) Make heartfelt messages with your images with Light Painting

What are your favorite camera tricks? Share them with us in the comments section below.


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