Can you also pls put up a table for Speaker Loudness test to help understand which phone speaker is better. This is important for many buyers and may influence buyng decisions.
Please also have a link showing Hall of Fame for Excellent rankers in Telephony quality, since Telephony is the basic of all parameters a phone to have that is widely ignored by manufacturers, and only a few could meet the expectations.
Why haven't you tested Web browsing while using a 3G/4G connection via the SIM instead of WiFi? I'm sure not all use WiFi all the time.
hi gsm team .
can I have your video playback test's video link to test it in my device and compare it with your results???
Wow, I'm so thankfull you guys do some test with audio! because a mobile speaker is very important to me, and this is the only website I can find some info about decibels and loudness.
while testing video playback, what do you do with the audio? do you turn on the loudspeaker and set the volume level? or just silent it? or do you use earphone for the audio output?
You should put brightness for example at 150 cd level, not just 50% - this means some devices will give dim screen, some much brighter.
So why do you not list the standby consumption as a column when comparing battery life?
we have a I phone & are having problems as when we call someone its like we keep breaking up & they can hardly hear us its very frustrating can you help us & yes the volume button is all the way up Thanks
we have a I phone & seam to have a problem when we try to call somebody the ph reception is terrible half the time they cant hear us Pluss we break up all the time very frustrating Can you suggest something Thanks
why don't you guys post a comparison which features the best sounding phones out there?
Sausage, 04 Dec 2014I'm really happy with your tests, especially battery test is important for me. But I'm asking ... morePlease set windows phone upgrade android jellybean....then nokia has first place for India
Battery life testing at 50% brightness is not the best approach as display technologies handle brightness percentages differently. It would be better if this method is changed from brightness percentage to brightness level (200 cd/m2 or 250 cd/m2. This will make the test more practical.
Why are no Lenovo models like the p780, s860, and Z2 Vibe Pro, included in the battery tests? They have 4000mah power and I am sure their battery test results would be interesting to compare with other more popular brands.