Beat2545, 15 Nov 2016Looks less premium than vivo 5 but still an amazing phone
my sentiments exactly. Im still stuck on the VIVO 5. upgrading soon and that whom imma take home to mama..lol
Has anyone used a USB to HDMI adaptor to connect to a TV or overhead projector for films or power point?
Wanna buy a new phone as my One M8 is giving its last few breaths and I don't want to spend again 500 pounds on a phone so I'm torn between vivo 6 and Xiaomi Mi5. Which should I get? I mostly use it for games, internet, gps and maps.
Yes I have a 128GB card installed. I was confused too (gsmarena spec details say up to 256 but, as you say, BLU spec says 64) but I decided to try a 128 and so, far it seems to run fine.
Persius1, 21 Dec 2016can you confirm you have added a 128gb card and it works? the specs on the manufacturers site ... moreyes, it works fine but not perfect, it could give some overheating problems on the micro SD slot, or also can hide some files ocationally, but the phone allows to do it, I recommend to you to use a 64GB micro SD the phone itself will combine it to have 128 GB onboard, which believe me is more than you will need, remember even if you have 500GB of space but you have the phone overloaded with apps it will make your phone to slow down cause of the apps files and partition that occupies in the phone.
bramerton, 15 Dec 2016Bought two weeks ago and am very impressed so far - especially for the price (GBP 185 on amazo... morecan you confirm you have added a 128gb card and it works? the specs on the manufacturers site only works with 64
Bought two weeks ago and am very impressed so far - especially for the price (GBP 185 on amazon uk). A proper metal back, not a slippery glass fingerprint-magnet. Not a top processor but is as fast as I need (and a lot faster than my previous Galaxy S4), the large and clear screen makes for easier usage, it has 4 GB RAM plus 64 GB on-board storage and I have added a 128 GB SDHC card which Marshmallow allows to be combined together with the on-board storage so plenty of easily-managed room for music and photos. PLUS, importantly for me, it has an FM tuner - a function which has, crazily, been disabled on all the "top" smartphones who would rather we use our data allowances and run down our batteries faster to stream radio stations online (I am in the UK and like listening to the BBC radio stations). I'd have preferred a replaceable battery but will have to get used to taking a battery pack on journeys away from a power outlets.
The specs look amazing for the listed price I can find. If the price is truly what I found and the specs are what they claim to be, this phone will be nearly impossible to beat.
Beat2545, 15 Nov 2016Looks less premium than vivo 5 but still an amazing phone how come?