Does anyone of you use nexus 6p without clean master? Is it smooth?
Nemaca, 07 Oct 2016I'll stick to my trusty Nexus. The pixel is not bringing too much to the table. Love the 5.7"!I agree with you on sticking to 6p. As this nougat update is stable. Everything is working fine. That what matters most. At least for me.
I'll stick to my trusty Nexus. The pixel is not bringing too much to the table. Love the 5.7"!
I can't believe my phone battery survived 40 000 times of unplug when charging in one week (yeah, I had problems with my broken wire). I thought it will be dead. But it still works for more than 16 hours per day of active using (viber, facebook, calls, youtube, music, BT and several hours of screen of when working with photoshop). I'm really surprised! Battery got even better with Android 7.0
dan, 05 Oct 2016I dropped this phone once, from waist height, and it is a write off. Thats pretty poor conside... moreI have seen plenty of iphones, samsung phones, motorola phones, and others that don't survive 1 waist high drop. It all depends on how the phone lands and what it hits.
Nexus is the Best Series ever for Android...I am using 6p since its launched it's an Amazing Phone
I dropped this phone once, from waist height, and it is a write off. Thats pretty poor considering Ive had Samsungs and iPhones that have survived 100's of tumbles.
Smart phine must be under 5 inches and less wide so that it could be operate well enough by one hand like I phone's all phones are adorable.
Please Help me...which is best...for overall...camera,performance,gaming :(
moto g4 plus
samsung j7 prime 2016
one plus X
or any other???
abd, 30 Sep 2016Thanks for the reply buddy.
So iPhone se 64gb will be better choice in your opinion.
Wha... moreYep. The SE is better in the long-term.
Yes, but barely. You see, Android devices generally don't last very long as their software only get updated twice in their lifetime, compared to 4-5 times of iDevices. To stretch the longevity of your Droid, you have to tinker and mod it with custom ROMs, which is out of the question for casual users like you.
Anyways, please do keep in mind that managing your multimedia in the SE (or any iDevices for that matter) is going to be a little bit of a headache because of iTunes.