IMG_20131228_112123 We just recently posted part 1 of the iNew v3 review. Now on to the pictures. China phones have come a long way since just a couple years back when they were terribly grainy and blurry. These days, a $200-300 smartphone puts out some decent photos. Nothing too special, but they’re fair enough. On mobile LCDs they look quite nice and they’re more than fine for sharing on Facebook, Line App, Instagram etc… They’re still not reaching the quality of a decent stand-alone camera, but they do the trick.IMG_20131228_112021The MTK6582 iNew V3 gets the job done as well. I must say I was slightly disappointed they weren’t better, but they are fine. A little grainy, and a bit of noise, but keep in mind these are entirely unedited. No fill light, no contrast or color changes. With a little adjustment, a few of these could be considered very good. For the sake of showing what’s coming straight out of the iNew V3’s camera, we’ll leave them as they are.

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The full thread with many more photos at full shooting size (1mp) is at chinaphonearena. Overall they are satisfactory. You really need to see them full size at the forum to judge.

MT6582 iNew V3 Review (Part 2 – Day Photos / Pictures)http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/IMG_20131228_1136393-450x350.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/IMG_20131228_1136393-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons iNewMTK6582Reviews
We just recently posted part 1 of the iNew v3 review. Now on to the pictures. China phones have come a long way since just a couple years back when they were terribly grainy and blurry. These days, a $200-300 smartphone puts out some decent photos. Nothing too...
<img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-2877" alt="IMG_20131228_112123" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/IMG_20131228_1121234-600x480.jpg" width="600" height="480" /> <a title="MT6582 iNew V3 Review – (Part 1 – Unboxing)" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/2858/mt6582-inew-v3-review-part-1-unboxing/">We just recently posted part 1 of the iNew v3 review</a>. Now on to the pictures. China phones have come a long way since just a couple years back when they were terribly grainy and blurry. These days, a $200-300 smartphone puts out some decent photos. Nothing too special, but they're fair enough. On mobile LCDs they look quite nice and they're more than fine for sharing on Facebook, Line App, Instagram etc... <span id="more-2863"></span>They're still not reaching the quality of a decent stand-alone camera, but they do the trick.<img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-2876" alt="IMG_20131228_112021" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/IMG_20131228_1120214-600x480.jpg" width="600" height="480" />The MTK6582 iNew V3 gets the job done as well. I must say I was slightly disappointed they weren't better, but they are fine. A little grainy, and a bit of noise, but keep in mind these are entirely unedited. No fill light, no contrast or color changes. With a little adjustment, a few of these could be considered very good. For the sake of showing what's coming straight out of the iNew V3's camera, we'll leave them as they are. <a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/Thread-iNew-v3-Day-pictures-from-mt6582-iNew-v3">The full thread with many more photos at full shooting size (1mp) is at chinaphonearena</a>. Overall they are satisfactory. You really need to see them full size at the forum to judge.