Pantech Discover Review
In yet another classic case of bigger isn’t necessarily better, the 12.6-megapixel snapper of the Discover doesn’t outperform the 8-megapixel cameras of some the top-tiered smartphones out there. Frankly speaking, it’s quite noticeably lacking in the details department, as its snapped images look more like art paintings than anything else. Beyond the muddiness and over-sharpening, it doesn’t handle dynamic range that well too, which results in heavy over-exposure with lighter sections in images. Oppositely, shots taken under low lighting conditions produce more subdued colors and softer details. Unfortunately too, its LED flash is only effective up to 5 feet away – anything more than that, it doesn’t cast enough potency.
Pantech Discover Sample Images Fullscreen
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Pantech Discover Sample Images
Seeing no breaks whatsoever, the 1080p videos produced by the Pantech Discover don’t live up to camera’s monster sized capacity. Instead, details are drowned out and indistinct, which makes it appear as though it’s on the cartoony side. Adding more insult, there’s a heavy presence of artifacting when panning, which dulls its details even further. Despite that, we do like that it captures video smoothly at 30 frames per second, and that audio recording is clear.
Pantech Discover Sample Video
Nothing too fancy looking with its music player, it’s worth mentioning that a mini player is also available, which is layered on top of everything else. One would imagine that 2 speakers would produce stunning audio quality, but to tell you the truth, it’s nothing more than average at best – with a little hint of strain at the loudest volume setting.
Without question, the large size of the display makes for an optimal video watching experience, but the washed out color tones of the LCD display doesn’t help in keeping our eyes glued onto it. Despite that, it’s able to effortlessly play a variety of video codecs with little issues. Still, we do appreciate the mini player option that’s available with it.
1. Captain_Doug (Posts: 730; Member since: 10 Feb 2012)
Seems like a prime candidate for CM10.1. Has great hardware and even outperforms the S3 which has the same processor. Newer software may also help the camera a bit.
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|Display||4.8 inches, 720 x 1280 pixels (306 ppi) TFT|
Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8960, Dual core, 1500 MHz, Krait processor
1024 MB RAM
|Size||5.28 x 2.70 x 0.36 inches|
(134.2 x 68.6 x 9.1 mm)
4.76 oz (135 g)
|Battery||2100 mAh, 10 hours talk time|