Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020Will it be slow after a while?..like after 4/5years....any pixel users please reply Every phone last 2 years maximum then phone will start to get slow and over heat....phones are not built to last 5 years.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020Will it be slow after a while?..like after 4/5years....any pixel users please reply It doesn't get slow, but there are some problems:
- my first Pixel's battery got depleted to a point where it could not hold a charge for more than 2 hours, it would discharge very quickly, after using it for 2 years. The battery is not easy to replace, as you will need to detach the screen, which easily breaks
- Google decided not to provide Android 11 for the original Pixel, and stopped security updates as well, and since you mentioned using a phone for 5 years, keep in mind that at some point you'd be with outdated software. Still, in that regard it's much better with updates than any other phone manufacturer.
Other than that, it's a good device.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020Will it be slow after a while?..like after 4/5years....any pixel users please reply I'm a time traveller from the future, and I can assure you your Pixel, that hasn't been released yet, will never slow down. Also, come with me if you want to live.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020Will it be slow after a while?..like after 4/5years....any pixel users please reply I think you'll love it.
Do you know if it supports DisplayPort Alt Mode over USB-C to be able to connect to an external TV/screen with an adapter?
Will it be slow after a while?..like after 4/5years....any pixel users please reply
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020This or S10eS10e is in it's way to be outdated, already has more than one year from release. Some people don't mind, some do, it's your call. I wouldn't mind the performance of either really, in the camera department too, There's this one thing the S10e has over the 4a and that is build quality but then again once in a case it doesn't matter that much, same goes for those who mind this phone is being offered in black only, once in a case it doesn't really matter what color it is.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020This or S10emi 10 Lite 5g 6/128 too can be considered
Pal9, 10 Aug 2020Wish list for Pixel 5.... 1. Price should be under 1000$ 2. Snapdragon 768G or Snapdragon ... moreFor everything you just mentioned, there are tons of phones with those specs at under 600 or even 500 dollars.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2020Read carefully: Nano-SIM + eSIMI think they meant physical sims, but basically non-dual sim for me at least since no mainstream European telecommunications company offer eSIM
J, 03 Aug 2020Disappointing price. Listed on Google UK at £349. Considering the US price of $349 I was hopin... moreTrue, but lacks in software support, which may be a big deal breaker for some people. Also I bet it has a better camera experience, though the Mi 10 Lite 5g does have extra lens for versatility. But yea I agree, it's too over priced, especially here in Europe and the UK. I would have loved to see this phone at 299-319 euros and pounds.
evilboy, 10 Aug 2020well i am electric Engineer and i know battery doesn't degrade in 24hrs . installed the f... moreSame thing with my S5e. Battery life was reduced between one and two hours. Typical Samsung throttling.
With 144mm the pixel 4a is not little as i look for but is not bad
If the SAR is OK i will buy it
MrVideo, 10 Aug 2020I couldn't give a rats ass about the camera on any phone. I have a Nikon D850 for real ph... moreGoogle uses the same tactics of apple: Do you want more storage? Buy my cloud service for extra storage. Monthly fee or annual fee, it doesn't matter while you pay for it. Want to hear music? Pay for a streaming service plus a big data plan! So everyone wins (except the owner of the phone of course).
evilboy, 10 Aug 2020well i am electric Engineer and i know battery doesn't degrade in 24hrs . installed the f... moreBest thing you can do is never upgrade anything unless you *really* need to, companies love those upgrades, their only way for them to ruin a perfectly working device and leave you wishing for a new one, I don't think google will be an exception to this although it's true that the chinese devices are the most dangerous to upgrade.
If you do upgrade you need to backup and factoty reset the device invariably, sluggishness and battery drain are some of the typical symptoms of failing to factory reset.
It should. Saw on a Pixel forum a while back that someone set up Jio rain (or was it Airtel? can't be sure anymore)