Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016slow down, the mass of RAM doesn't affect speed. It's its architecture (LPDDR1/2/3/4) and cloc... moreGood point which is why I'd like GSMA to include memory bus clock frequency and the generation of low power double data/transfer rate specified on specification pages of devices
people are never satisfied..if gg5 was a scratch resistant pane, it would have been more brittle, then these same guys would have raged here....there is no winning with these guys...
AndroidAnalyst, 23 Aug 2016Personally I don't choose Oppo for many reasons.But are you nuts? What mid range are you tal... moreHe meant Oppo was releasing crappy overpriced mid range phones (for example Oppo R series) between the time of Oppo Find 7 and 9 release
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016Wow! 8gb ram in 2016. Tech evolving in hyperspeed. Just introduced world first 6gb ram phone t... moreslow down, the mass of RAM doesn't affect speed. It's its architecture (LPDDR1/2/3/4) and clocking (933MHz/1066MHz/1333MHz/1600MHz/1866MHz...)
Carlos Miguel, 23 Aug 2016Find7 released in May 2014...more than 2 years ago. What are they doing, taking so much time? ... morePersonally I don't choose Oppo for many reasons.But are you nuts?
What mid range are you talking about?
GG5 is worse than GG4.
It's a fail just like Snapdragon 810 with overheating issues
This may kill other flagships if their marketing strategy got sorted. consumers are not really worried about the specs on the paper nowadays, but the delivering the performance is mattered the most at the end of the day. any phone will do day to day tasks easily and now it is a very good time to change the trend. LG tried it with LG 5 and Motorola also did it to an extend also. OPPO please come up with good idea, but not like apple by imitating others.
Herodroid, 23 Aug 2016ur dumb... probably 99% of people uses screen protector... So it doesnt matter how much screen... morescreen protector is not 100% clear. so i dont use it.
want proof? use your screen protector for two month, then detach it. you'll see your screen look brighter than before.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016And you directly believed through a video on YouTube? You believe anything on the internet?Considering Corning claims the video only shows "material adherance and transfer of properties to another surface", theyr clearly making something up to protect theyr faces. Also Techrax did a video on which Knifes and high-speed impacts can shatter the glass easier than GG4. JerryRigEverything has performed this test dozens of times and sure knows a hell lot more than you will ever do. His videos are 100% legit, unlike your comments.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016Gorilla glass 5 is scratch prone!! Gorilla glass 4 would have been a better choice ur dumb... probably 99% of people uses screen protector... So it doesnt matter how much screen scratches.
Gorilla glass 5 is scratch prone!! Gorilla glass 4 would have been a better choice
Gareth, 23 Aug 2016With gorilla glass 1,2,3,4 90%+ of people still slap on a tempered glass screen protector, I w... moreExactly. I've always used a screen protector and case so I'd feel better with something that doesn't shatter as easily, even though I've never dropped my phone before.
Having said that, I do hope corning find a way to get the best of both.
Find7 released in May 2014...more than 2 years ago. What are they doing, taking so much time? building the perfect phone? lol
In the meantime they've been releasing c*appy overpriced midrange phones...
Wow! 8gb ram in 2016. Tech evolving in hyperspeed. Just introduced world first 6gb ram phone this year and not even a year later introducing 8gb ram phone. Next year we might have 16gb ram phone. Specs war is amazing.
Well...those are some mighty specs. Wish they would stay with the GG4, seems like 5th generation is a bit of a flaw. Same as sapphire, great on scratches, not so much on cracks (so it's always a compromise). Some independent companies could produce (successfully) a screen protector, that absorbs even hammer smacks, why can't phone manufacturers look into that? Seems a bit lazy to me.
kevin97, 23 Aug 2016Well, this is not good news. We have all seen that GG5 is just a little harder than plastic.With gorilla glass 1,2,3,4 90%+ of people still slap on a tempered glass screen protector, I would prefer to rely on that for scratches and the flexibility of GG5 for drops than have something scratch proof that shatters. Just saying.