I tell you a story : I had been enjoyed my Galaxy Y GT-S3560 for around 3,5 years (mid 2012 - end 2015). Then i switch to Redmi Note 3 (kenzo).
Do you know why i had to switch? Because my nanny lost her phone so i give it to her. She still use it until now, it works fine like it was.
AnonD-763241, 27 May 2018I'll like iphones . They will produce complete quality products. Either display or hardware or... moreRemember. iPhones camera sensor are always 1/3", its SoC are produced by Samsung, its display are never moved for about 4 years to a higher resolution. What quality that you're talking about is not quality.
AnonD-763241, 27 May 2018And I'm from chennaiI have been in Chennai man ,crime isn't as high like Bangalore in past few years ,but even if I am living Chennai or Mumbai ,I won't buy flagship or expensive phones anymore
Whyyoubuyphonerinos, 27 May 2018Why do people even buy phones every year ? Buy a mid ranger use it smart and have it for good ... moreAgree ppl still use iPhone 5. I get as long as I look after it, format it even. My year old A3 I want to last till 2020 at least .. Not a scratch on it, plus if they were cheaper I would like $100
--VM--, 27 May 2018Take my j7 max and put your s9 .
Do a speed test and performance test .
You see only few s... moreWe are thinking only sour fruits.
Which unable to catch ..
Flagship every year also .
Would not satisfy you ..
[deleted post]Take my j7 max and put your s9 .
Do a speed test and performance test .
You see only few second difference in speed test ..
If i am son of bill gates . I dont care this few seconds .I am busy in glass with girls . I buy s9 for status indicate.
Don't like spend in this site ..
If you are middle class People . I don't like spend double or triple amount and care for minor second and specification
Consider overall perform camera and feature ofher
The choices are not very accurate because flagships and mid rangers both exist in the 500 price mark. The latter sometimes come with a budget outdated SoC which is a burglary.
Meanwhile, very rare these days, but they still exist, jewels like the Redmi note 5 pro which will last for years and do a good serving for the money spent on.
I will try a superseded flagship next year.
Honestly, flagship a couple of times a year... yearly. After all, you sell the old one once you get a new flagship. So it's not really, actually paying the full price because you'd be disposing off the old one.
I have to go with flagships. Another factor to consider is the camera (over-all features).
User experience, haha, what is that, some executive gobbledygook speak.
AnonD-763241, 27 May 2018What country are u from . Are people steal from Ur pocket. Is that beleivableThis is very common. They once took my LG G6. That was my 2nd LG since G2.
I just used it for 2 months. That was a very bad LG welcoming back.
[deleted post]Brand of Quality ?
Iphone 4 antenna gate
Iphone 6 bendgate
Failed waterproof phone
G4 / V10 Bootlooped
G6 broken lens
Exploding Note 7
Burn screen amoled
This is new company , and you said quality brand lolz...
I use all of them and every company has problem.
If Apple camera sensor failed, its Sony sensor Failed,
If SD 810 hot in Sony phone, its Qualcomm Quality failed.
Nah. I don't buy phones every year. It's better to take care of your phone longer and saving you more money than buying another new phone just for the sake of being new and not being late I'm the new trends or whatever.
Also, midrange phones are getting so good that I don't want to buy a flagship soon because some features from its flagship counterparts are also existed in its own.
Usually I buy flagships but 2 years after it was released. Currently owning a S7E and planning to get Note 8 or S8+ during Christmas Holidays.
I always use the somehow outdated flagships and am fine it. I can't spend above 1000$ for a single phone. Everytime I have to change my phone also I need to update my wife's phone.
She is Samsung fan and highly photogenic person. I think S8+ or Note 8 will be a perfect Christmas gift for her.
I dont see a point in buying a flagship. Personally, I would rather spend the money on something else. Midrangers are powerfull enough for the use I need, most of us need. Why midrange too? After a half of year in market, their price is reduced greatly and if I sell it every year and replace, it will cost me £100 each year, if I choose so. But midrangers can last as long as flagships. I will see how it goes with my current phone, but I would personally never spend more than £400 for a phone. My current frustration is that "pocket phones" arent available, except sony compact line. No, iPhone is not an option for me...
One has to feel pity for the fools who pay so much for flagships when all most people do is use the phone for social media and web browsing.
AnonD-763241, 27 May 2018What country are u from . Are people steal from Ur pocket. Is that beleivableIndia ,especially in Bangalore this is happening a lot ,they work in group and whole day they venture out stealing phones as now phones are more worth than what we are carrying in wallet ,I have even raise a complaint but once it's stolen or lost ,you know it's gone forever