selfiecchi, 06 Jun 2016its xiaomi i dont think we should expect much from camera department, they need to cut cost so... moreTheir camera sensor choice and software have been well above average with their other phones that don't cost high.
So if "big, large, massive" is a disadvantage then "small,puny, screens" should be a disadvantage mark as well. Do you guys not understand personal preference? Some of us do more with our phones than snapchat and Facebook. We use it for work and in my case, explain to me the benefits of doing RDP on a small screen vs that of a big one? Stop with the idiotic, biased, closed minded labeling.
I think the camera is good because their mi4c and mi5 produce a very good photos
Does it have the same sensor as the redmi 3 pro the samsung s5k3p3?
MHanz, 06 Jun 2016Great battery life for such a large phone shows better efficiency than Asus Zenfone Max ZC550K... moreits xiaomi i dont think we should expect much from camera department, they need to cut cost somewhere.
Have decent specs and design... Even nice big battery and massive screen... But they cant even put the back button on the left side
the camera picture quality was not above mediocre.was pretty normal not talented in that part.
are they insane? 4,850mah battery and no quick charging????why???
you mean i should wait like 4 hours for a single charge?
dev, 06 Jun 2016FYI: there's a 2/16GB version available that's a little bit less expensive.
TBH after read... moreIts for people who want a huge phone. Not those who don't.
I'd have thought that much was obvious.
why none of the tests are mentioning bluetooth functionality? Distance from the phone, or does it work using wireless headphones properly from your pocket( for me this is a deal breaker, sent a pre-ordered nexus5 back on day1 ) ? thanks
Big large massive isn't a disadvantage. . It was supposed to be big.. what id wrong with you? As with the others, the lack of usb c and usb 3.0 is what's missing in it.. and above 6 really needs a QHD display
Generally there is no disadvantage, its light and smaller from other 6.44" smartphones,
Miui has 2 app switcher modes: the one you presented, and a more "visual" one: you have to pinch-zoom in the "standard" app switcher to unleash the second mode. And you're right, the default camera settings are usually sharpening too much.
please review the Galaxy A9 Pro and S7 Active..2016 is the year of battery life
FYI: there's a 2/16GB version available that's a little bit less expensive.
TBH after reading this I'm having a hard time justifying this over the Redmi note 3 pro. I mean for more money you get a bigger screen and battery.... but the screen is worse, the loudspeaker is worse and this thing is huge. Not impressed.
Contrary to what's written in the review, the phone does support fast charging; just not with the stock charger. Although I am not sure if its Qualcomm Fast Charge 2.0 or 3.0. I have a Qualcomm Fast Charge 2.0 charger and it charges the Mi Max from 6% to 100% in about 2 hours.