wildlander, 12 Mar 2020No 3.5mm jack. No radio. Small battery yet. OLED organic degradation. Fail.Yeah good that the new S20 has a jack ah and good that the iphones have a jack lol
stop your mimimimi and just buy a switch jack to USB-C Problem solved so what is the big deal ?
ipopmkd, 17 Mar 2020google services for this phone ????manual
Omar Osk, 15 Mar 2020No Google No needGoogle “Assistant” records users' conversations even when it is not supposed to listen. Thus, when one of Google's subcontractors discloses a thousand confidential voice recordings, users were easily identified from these recordings.
Since Google “Assistant” uses proprietary software, there is no way to see or control what it records or sends.
Rather than trying to better control the use of recordings, Google should not record or listen to the person's voice. It should only get commands that the user wants to send to some Google service.
Google Chrome is an instrument of surveillance. It lets thousands of trackers invade users' computers and report the sites they visit to advertising and data companies, first of all to Google. Moreover, if users have a Gmail account, Chrome automatically logs them in to the browser for more convenient profiling. On Android, Chrome also reports their location to Google.
The best way to escape surveillance is to switch to IceCat, a modified version of Firefox with several changes to protect users' privacy.
Google tracks the movements of Android phones and iPhones running Google apps, and sometimes saves the data for years.
Nonfree software in the phone has to be responsible for sending the location data to Google.
Google invites people to let Google monitor their phone use, and all internet use in their homes, for an extravagant payment of $20.
This is not a malicious functionality of a program with some other purpose; this is the software's sole purpose, and Google says so. But Google says it in a way that encourages most people to ignore the details. That, we believe, makes it fitting to list here.
Google was observed to track location even while in airplane mode. It didn't send the location data while in airplane mode. Instead, it saved up the data, and sent them all later.
Some Google apps on Android record the user's location even when users disable “location tracking”.
There are other ways to turn off the other kinds of location tracking, but most users will be tricked by the misleading control.
Android tracks location for Google even when “location services” are turned off, even when the phone has no SIM card.
Google's new voice messaging app logs all conversations.
Google Play (a component of Android) tracks the users' movements without their permission.
Even if you disable Google Maps and location tracking, you must disable Google Play itself to completely stop the tracking. This is yet another example of nonfree software pretending to obey the user, when it's actually doing something else. Such a thing would be almost unthinkable with free software.
Google Chrome makes it easy for an extension to do total snooping on the user's browsing, and many of them do so.
Google Chrome includes a module that activates microphones and transmits audio to its servers.
Nest thermometers send a lot of data about the user.
Google Chrome spies on browser history, affiliations, and other installed software.
Spyware in Android phones (and Windows? laptops): The Wall Street Journal (in an article blocked from us by a paywall) reports that the FBI can remotely activate the GPS and microphone in Android phones and laptops (presumably Windows laptops). Here is more info.
Spyware is present in some Android devices when they are sold. Some Motorola phones, made when this company was owned by Google, use a modified version of Android that sends personal data to Motorola.
A Motorola phone listens for voice all the time.
Google Play intentionally sends app developers the personal details of users that install the app.
Merely asking the “consent” of users is not enough to legitimize actions like this. At this point, most users have stopped reading the “Terms and Conditions” that spell out what they are “consenting” to. Google should clearly and honestly identify the information it collects on users, instead of hiding it in an obscurely worded EULA.
However, to truly protect people's privacy, we must prevent Google and other companies from getting this personal information in the first place!
Many web sites report all their visitors to Google by using the Google Analytics service, which tells Google the IP address and the page that was visited.
Google Chrome contains a key logger that sends Google every URL typed in, one key at a time.
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I see the Huawei team is a fan of pri-pri prisoner
Omar Osk, 15 Mar 2020No Google No needPlease forward your concern to Mr. Trump. Huawei cannot do nothing about this. Because they didn't enroll themselves into the ban. ;)
Dennis.K, 14 Mar 2020Dude it's not like you're gonna notice the speed in your day to day use it's not significant&e... moreYou are correct, that most people who don't push the limits of their phone, so they won't notice it in day to day usage.But then, even mid rangers are good enough for day to day use.
Remember, this is a flagship phone, if ppl paying 300-400$, most might not complain. But when you are charging 1200€ for this phone, you better give latest chipset which will be more futureproof for video rendering, gaming and other heavy duty tasks.
Flgshp2020, 14 Mar 2020No it isn't designed to compete with 2020 flagships. Go look at benchmarks and speed tests. ... moreDude it's not like you're gonna notice the speed in your day to day use it's not significantðŸ¤¦â€â™‚ï¸
Dennis.K, 14 Mar 2020Kirin 990 is meant to compete with 2020 flagships, just like A13 bionic, and I'm pretty confid... moreNo it isn't designed to compete with 2020 flagships.
Go look at benchmarks and speed tests.
Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 990 outperforming A13 and Kirin 990.
Anonymous, 14 Mar 2020Then ignore the exynos 990, it also have last year a76 cores, not the new a77 coresBenchmarks tell you all you need to know about which chipset is last year and which chipset is 2020 level.
mobileman, 10 Mar 2020yes,looks great phone for paper and i think it is,but...
no google,maps and youtube support... moreLack of google apps is not big issue for me, I only use gmail and youtube. I replace gmail with any other client mail (outlook, anything that connects to imap.gmail.com)... Youtube can't work in background always hated it because of that.
Bigger problem is that some other companies such as Revolut virtual credit card app bans Huawei and app doesn't updates via play store any more. Had to use Aptoide. Out of principle I replaced Revolut with N26 virtual card. I won't tolerate these games, they wanna fight, they won't get my money. Cheers Revolut !
Flgshp2020, 14 Mar 2020Can p40 pro do 8k video recording with HDR10+ and full manual controls? Besides the P40 pro w... moreThen ignore the exynos 990, it also have last year a76 cores, not the new a77 cores
Flgshp2020, 14 Mar 2020Can p40 pro do 8k video recording with HDR10+ and full manual controls?
Besides the P40 pro w... moreKirin 990 is meant to compete with 2020 flagships, just like A13 bionic, and I'm pretty confident it may have 8K video support
Usama Abd, 11 Mar 2020The camera is always better in huawei p40 proCan p40 pro do 8k video recording with HDR10+ and full manual controls?
Besides the P40 pro will always lag behind cheaper flasghips which are sporting new generation SD865 chipset. No one wants last year's chipset in a 2020 flagship.