Anonymous, 13 Nov 2017Nokia 808 screens aren't always the pride and joy.
Whenever a DOA is "repaired" or you got ... moreDude, so you realize that we talk about 5 years old phone? And my old Nokia 808 still works perfect. How many iPhones work on that age and how they work? Or Samsung?
At the time that was released, Nokia 808 was the phone with the highest contrast and sunlight visibility. And was king in that with years!
My point - AMOLED is not from yesterday and it is way better than LCD.
JSPRINGS, 13 Nov 2017Too much money invested on the phone by the customer. Hope Apple finds a solution fast and mak... moreApple is replacing any iPhones with this issue, and are investigating it, as per their usual practice.
Too much money invested on the phone by the customer. Hope Apple finds a solution fast and makes a statement enough to justify the loot with problematic products.
trolll detector, 12 Nov 2017samsung is king of burn in display ,Nah. Apple will be now
Anonymous, 13 Nov 2017Nokia 808 screens aren't always the pride and joy. Whenever a DOA is "repaired" or you got ... moreSo if a xyz problem existed in a phone 6 years ago, a 1000$ phone is Justified to have that. ilogic
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2017Haha, so many issues? You name two (where a fix for one is on the way) :D For a phone that is... morePhones with this price tag should not have issues whats so ever period !!!
They have no excuse to have problems when they ask 4 number price tag. Issues like this would be understandable for low end phones that go out in millions and same with mid range phones. But if I would sped 1000 for a phone I expect it to be quality work to justify it's price tag. But as it seems you wont get quality even with 1000 bucks.
Yann, 12 Nov 2017Terrible you say? Strange how my Nokia 808 with such "terrible" AMOLED screen still works as m... moreNokia 808 screens aren't always the pride and joy.
Whenever a DOA is "repaired" or you got a screen exchange for whatever reason you get the dreaded purple-tint screens. I have one. As it seems that the "faulty" batches of amoled screens were transfered to the after-sales channel. My 808 screen was perfect until I broke it (with a fall) and had it replaced. Now I too have the dreaded purple tint screen. I'm sure this also happened with DOA devices. If the faulty component was a dead screen they got replaced with the bad batch and went back into the retail-channel leading to all the commotion about this issue. Nokia never took a beating for it and this issue was never really explained and rectified. I'm sure that IF you have a faulty screen on your 808 today and you it replace it, you'll end up with a worse screen (with purple tint).
The purple tint that I'm referring to has NOTHING to do with taking pictures in sunlight. It is visible when you lower the brightness of your screen (or activate powersave mode which also decreases screen brightness), grey becomes a shade of purple instead of grey. Increase brightness to its fullest and grey gradients get their real colour again.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2017First of all, i'm not making an excuse, i'm telling the facts. I agree that Note 8 has better ... moreNo. There are legit and logical factual reasons to use words like crapple. And even in iOS 10 memory management doesn't hold up as well due to lack of ram.
And it's proven that android only uses like 5% all together. Yes iOS van shrink some apps better in memory but there is only so much you can do. Which is why for many years iOS had a world lead in app crashes by a dramatic margin.
Drx, 12 Nov 2017Ho please we donÂ’t care 1st lap 2nd lap note 8 crushed yours crapple products. Stop making st... moreFirst of all, i'm not making an excuse, i'm telling the facts. I agree that Note 8 has better memory management then the iPhone currently have with iOS 11. But you using words like "crapple" I see its rather pointless to have a grown up discussion about it with you. Have a nice Sunday ;)
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2017"Crushed"? Did you actually watch it? :) Both the iPhone 8 and X was faster in the first round... moreHo please we donÂ’t care 1st lap 2nd lap note 8 crushed yours crapple products. Stop making stupid excuses.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2017It is reasonable, what is OLED or AMOLED is a more sophisticated thick screen, Indeed it resol... moreTerrible you say? Strange how my Nokia 808 with such "terrible" AMOLED screen still works as my daily driver even. Without any screen issues. More research? There are a lot of them - made by Nokia, Samsung, Motorola etc. Why no one had issues with old Nokia phones like 1020, 930, or Samsung phones?
And AMOLED is much much better to look than any LCD screen. If you do not see the difference - go to eye doctor. Obviously you need one exam.
xperia4va, 12 Nov 2017No there isn't. Please stop trolling. Oh, damn - sorry; I remembered it the wrong way. The Z5's had the funny touch-issues (screen not recognizing touches) and older Z-series (Z3c for example) phones had the screens peeling off, also after having it repaired for the issue. Just accept that Sony is as flawed as any other manufacturer and your life gets better after you're not living in such denial anymore. :-)
Kramm, 12 Nov 2017Galaxy note 8 crushed both iphone 8 plus /iphone x. Go to phonebuff on youtube"Crushed"? Did you actually watch it? :) Both the iPhone 8 and X was faster in the first round. The Note won because it has better RAM-management (finally, Samsung have had its own issue with that for sure) which for some reason is not as good in iOS 11 as it was in iOS 10 so the iPhones has to reload apps.
Justus 2, 12 Nov 2017Which phone beat the iphones in the speed test?Galaxy note 8 crushed both iphone 8 plus /iphone x. Go to phonebuff on youtube
It is reasonable, what is OLED or AMOLED is a more sophisticated thick screen, Indeed it resolve problem of manufacture origin because also can't resolve it, such as Samsung galaxy note 7 previous then it than better with Samsung galaxy note 8 now and happened on Google pixel 2 xl, So also happened on iPhone x, OLED and AMOLED screens indeed terrible, although it more sophisticated than IPS lcd and TFT, but Indeed need more research of company itself if will buy it.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2017iPhone X is total failure. Freezing issues battery issue green line issue so many issues.Haha, so many issues? You name two (where a fix for one is on the way) :D For a phone that is going out to millions of people I would say that pretty good. No phone selling in that number will be completely without some issues, at least in the beginning. Look at the Pixel 2XL, seems lika a new issue everyday and that phone is not selling near the numbers of an iPhone :)
Justus 2, 12 Nov 2017Which phone beat the iphones in the speed test?So when Apple has the upper hand at software since dev target the rich-betch platform more, you start talking about speed test?
Why not talk about durability? Battery? LCD degeneration? Price tag? And customer service?