Julliard, 24 Feb 2017C doesn't kill battery life any less than Java either. The difference is very minuscle. Androi... moreReason is apparent as it's cheap and customisable to thrive than iOS.
Also no matter how much we change the code, we can't change the basic memory management of Java.
Umm, there are quite a few things that raises an eyebrow as to whether this is the real Mi 6.
Sidd847, 23 Feb 2017The only thing I hate about Java is the memory management which kills battery life! Please don... moreC doesn't kill battery life any less than Java either. The difference is very minuscle. Android is open source which means the source code is available for anyone on the planet to examine it and modify it. With all those engineering eyes looking at the code then it is unlikely that there are any significant code-level optimizations that have been over looked. By code-level optimizations I mean things that can be changed in small blocks of code where slow algorithms are used or the code doesnt have good performance characteristics. If it is as bad as you said, it wouldnt be long since many years ago android would see a dip in sales; but they dont. Android still thrive in this world as much as IOS do.
Julliard, 23 Feb 2017Large parts of Android are actually written in C and not Java! Plus many (if not all) of the C... moreThe only thing I hate about Java is the memory management which kills battery life! Please don't say now this is not true - LoL!
Sidd847, 23 Feb 2017Forget games. My moto z play has other simple non gaming applications that take over 2gb of RA... moreLarge parts of Android are actually written in C and not Java! Plus many (if not all) of the CPU/GPU intensive apps and games for Android are also written in C. For example anything that uses one of the popular 3D engines like Unity or the Unreal Engine will in fact be a native app and not a Java app. Lastly, large parts of Android including the Linux kernel are written in C and not Java.
Man i think that icon is need xMIUI xposed module.. Lol its too tiny..
As Mohdtaha60 said, it's size, camera placement, 4G logo, screen to body ratio/bezels around the screen and appearance of the aluminum frame top of screen are very identical to Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro (K920). (I have a Vibe Z2 Pro)
Force Majeure, 23 Feb 2017Three versions? What 5, 5.2 and 5.5"? Gone are the days of 4.5 and 4.7. :( I guess this will b... moreLess than 5" screen size doesn't win Mi fans heart, Xiaomi listens for this part.
Three versions? What 5, 5.2 and 5.5"? Gone are the days of 4.5 and 4.7. :( I guess this will be without B20 and SD-slot as well.
Xiaomi oversimplified it's miui looks. Make it a little prettier. Please don't say that I can download a colorful theme.
That's not Mi6
Look closely at the front camera, the 4g logo and Camera placement states that it is Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro(K920)
AnonD-424566, 23 Feb 2017Seriously, do people Realy need 6gb of ram, I've got 2gb on mine and still 59 percent gb free ... moreForget games. My moto z play has other simple non gaming applications that take over 2gb of RAM from 3gb! I am left with 700mb free RAM mostly. The more free RAM, more faster it will run because this is android which is basically JAVA. Java is pretty nasty! I love C.
AnonD-424566, 23 Feb 2017Seriously, do people Realy need 6gb of ram, I've got 2gb on mine and still 59 percent gb free ... more2 gb ram?! I've got 512mb ram for my phone and still 40 percent left when running. What do you people play to require 2gb ram? Just curious before anyone jump down on my throat.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2017It's catered for bloatwares.That's what you when you buy locked network phones I suppose, got my Cubot note s sim free and naff all blote ware to delete, the sh! te bloat ware on these phones nowadays is unreal,