Wiko Fever

Wiko Fever glow-in-the-dark smartphone hands-on review

Camera

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Wiko Fever

The main shooter isn’t at all bad. It’s full featured with decent focus and shutter speeds. There’s a selection of useful modes including Panorama, HDR, Night Shot, Sports Mode and Dual View. Surprisingly, it also has a manual Professional Mode which lets you adjust ISO, white balance, exposure, sharpness and colour saturation. Overall the camera captures pretty good detail and colours look balanced, although in general it underexposes shots.

Wiko Fever

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Aside from stills, it also records 1080p video at 30fps. Performance isn’t great as the processor tries to keep up with processing footage but isn’t something I’d complain about looking at the price of the device.

Wiko Fever camera
Surprisingly the camera app comes with manual controls.

On the front, the 5MP selfie works well, accompanied by ‘Face Beauty’and Wide Selfie mode.

Sample images

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Selfie time! Left without Beautify vs Right with too much
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Auto mode (left) vs HDR (right)
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Auto mode (left) vs HDR (right)
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HDR mode

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  • Eva

    Is it the phone really glow in the dark? For real?

    • Vernon Chan

      Yes, but not super bright, and it’s just around the frame. Helps you locate it in darkness, or at night 🙂

  • Eva

    Is it the phone really glow in the dark? For real?

    • Vernon Chan

      Yes, but not super bright, and it’s just around the frame. Helps you locate it in darkness, or at night 🙂

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