scroller, 20 Nov 2015Seriously guys, How many Apps do you need? Android fans say they have half a million. How do... moreIt's not the NUMBER of apps... it's the lack of IMPORTANT (to the user) apps. When your friends are asking you to join their Clash of Clans clan, you can't. They're not just going to start playing Age of Empires simply because that's the one game you have access to. Similarly, you're the one guy that cannot connect to your work telephony because Avaya doesn't make an app for your model, but your coworkers can transfer desk calls to their handsets on the way into the meeting.
There is a problem with lack of apps, and the quantity is not the issue.
AnonD-328513, 22 Nov 2015Yeah, encryption is slowing the device down considerably. That's one. But I have nothing else ... moreAccording to this sites own internal testing it offers above average battery results: http://www.gsmarena.com/lg_nexus_5x_battery_test_results-blog-15120.php
To summarize, "The LG Nexus 5X is good for about two and a half days of moderate use, but with heavy use it will get you to the end of the second day."
At least it's way better than its predecessor, my gosh the battery life was atrocious that's really the only area Google and LG needed to improve on their budget friendly phone and it seems like they have.
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2015thanks for big joke.but all nexus models are lower than htc and Samsung flagshipsLower what?
AnonD-463876, 20 Nov 2015I don't own a 5X myself but I did use a Nexus 5 for a while and that thing never lagged, even ... moreYeah, encryption is slowing the device down considerably. That's one. But I have nothing else running in the background that would do this, the device is in deep sleep 80% of the time and the battery life is atrocious too, it's draining at the rate of 2,5% per hour when it's IDLE.
scroller, 20 Nov 2015Seriously guys, How many Apps do you need? Android fans say they have half a million. How do... moreI agree with the whole app throw around, nobody needs million apps on their phone.
But the most used apps are just better on IOS or Android. Viber, Whatsapp, facebook... are not as good on MS like on the others.
NechPech, 18 Nov 2015Recently made the switch to the GS6 from iPhone 6+ from Lumia 1320. Hate iOS for restrictions... moreSeriously guys, How many Apps do you need? Android fans say they have half a million. How does anybody know? Most are probably doing similar things. How many apps on your phone? How many apps do you actually use? It's a bit like those idiots with 30,000 friends on Facebook, really?
AnonD-328513, 19 Nov 2015Nexus 5X is far from buttery smooth and lag-free. I have one.I don't own a 5X myself but I did use a Nexus 5 for a while and that thing never lagged, even if it had shitty battery life. You might have a bad unit or some bad process' running in the background.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2015If you look at what I was replying too maybe this would make more sense to you. Someone posted... moreYou're right, my bad lol guess my comment applies to Mr. "Big Daddy" instead...good to see we're on the same page.
AnonD-328513, 19 Nov 2015Nexus 5X is far from buttery smooth and lag-free. I have one.thanks for big joke.but all nexus models are lower than htc and Samsung flagships
AnonD-463876, 19 Nov 2015$500 is cheap? Might as well get the Moto X Style or Nexus 5X/6P if you want a smooth lag-free... moreIf you look at what I was replying too maybe this would make more sense to you. Someone posted about the GS6, someone replied with "don't buy cheap android phones," then I commented with sarcasm. Want me to run through is one more time? I could add in a screenshot or maybe a slideshow about it.......
Lumia 950/950XL are quite meh so unless MS got something better, I am not interested in Windows.
If it has a pen that can perform as well as the one on surface 4 am sold.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2015This just in, The galaxy s6 is now....*drumroll*..... a cheap android phone$500 is cheap? Might as well get the Moto X Style or Nexus 5X/6P if you want a smooth lag-free buttery experience.
david, 19 Nov 2015comparing $200 L1320 with $400+ devices?
should have used L1520 [still awesome as my primary ... moreIt looks nice on paper, but how will it work i real life? What is the stability?
How will it handle the stress on daily usage?
The OS will get slower unlike wp 8.1, they said it thmeself.
And a very important thing, what is the battery life when using continuum? You will have to carry a bunch of cables if you are going to use it on more locations.
The whole story has a nice sound to it, but it is just a startup and an idea which has to be polished a year or two.