Review: Huawei myTouch and myTouch Q for T-Mobile
Despite the camera's quirkiness, it delivers good results. I was impressed by the images this little 5-megapixel shooter was able to capture. The flash works really well for indoor shots, so I'd suggest leaving it on when taking shots of your friends or family. Focus was good, exposure good, white balance accurate, and images were free of grain.
Video can be captured in four resolutions: High, Low, MMS, and YouTube. The High and Low settings are capped at 30 minutes, and the MMS setting is capped at 30 seconds. I find these limits to be, well, limiting. The highest quality is 720p HD.
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As for the quality, I was mostly impressed. Video captured outdoors looked particularly good, with excellent exposure and focus. White balance was a bit inconsistent and video taken in darker environs often included an unhealthy dose of grain.
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