Arvind7955, 23 Jul 2018Until unless Xiaomi improves their aftersale service, people here will buy crapsung. People do... moreXiaomi aftersale is good in my country. Samsung and asus are better.
And sony is the worst.
please provide sensors....samsung experience is great i feel personally i used note 8 its work like charm ....its a myth its lag but heavier on side due to that mid rangers lag
Until unless Xiaomi improves their aftersale service, people here will buy crapsung. People don't have other option that's why they buy samsung.
Only Nokia can compete but they are busy in cutting themselves by launching devices months late and overpricing them.
Fantastic phone especially j6. I am getting a great display and phenomenal battery life plus good build quality. Good phones. Samsung don't make super good value phones but quality phone and I'm satisfied.
SKR..., 23 Jul 2018Why Indians don't understand and feel what crap they are getting for the price?? They're like ... moreI am one of them. :(
Bought a Samsung On8 which is one of their crap entry level phones. The screen is the only saving grace of the phone. Really really lovely screen. The rest of it is crap. Crap processor that lags horribly and forget about playing high end games. No sensors as you said. And lastly it was poor vfm.
That said many Chinese phones give a lot of trouble and so people in India who massively buy in the $100 - $300 segment look to something more durable and unfortunately Samsung fits the bill.
I took my mother in law to buy a phone and she saw some lovely 18:9 panel phones from Oppo, Xiaomi and Vivo. But she chose an ancient dated Samsung phone that had 720p screen, old school 16:9 panel, no finger print scanner etc etc that actually cost a bit more and she was happy she bought a branded 'Samsung' device.
SKR..., 23 Jul 2018Why Indians don't understand and feel what crap they are getting for the price?? They're like ... moreMaybe it's because they have tested the cheap Chinese brands. Seen that they're the ones actually lagging and crashing if you type too fast? You know, the Chinese brands using screens, processors and memory made by Samsung.... :) So, what do you cut back on to sell the Samsung hardware cheaper than Samsung? Quality of everything else. Obviously. Good luck with that fingerprint sensor that'll lock you out of your own phone like it was 2005.
SKR..., 23 Jul 2018Why Indians don't understand and feel what crap they are getting for the price?? They're like ... morebro u shouldnt make that bother you u are not the one that is buying it so you shouldnt even worry about that geez.
[deleted post]I am from India and all Indians love GSM Arena!!! You got a problem???
Okay this is good news for Samsung. Bad news is, they will keep on making crap phones because people buy it.
[deleted post]India is the largest smartphone market outside protectionist China. GSMArena is a smartphone focused website. Don't you still get it?
Anonymous, 23 Jul 2018Yeah i know. 80% of gsma readers are actually indians. But this kind of news is actually not... moreSame interest as Huawei sells XYZ million phones in ABC time units, or Xiaomi, or LG or...
Why Indians don't understand and feel what crap they are getting for the price?? They're like "oh it's Samsung or Apple, so it's definitely gonna be durable, I don't give a f*ck whether it lags or sucks or if it is a 4 year old 4 inch device, I'll buy the phone without any sensors and cheap plasticy body".
ProJames, 23 Jul 2018They have to adapt to their readers. And obviously enough, a lot of Indians use the GSMArena w... moreYeah i know. 80% of gsma readers are actually indians.
But this kind of news is actually not important. What's the point of telling people "samsung sells xxx million devices india"?
Yeah, i totally believe that, like when they were saying sales of S9 were much better than S8...i don't know anyone who has bought one of these overpriced low specs phones. Most of my friends have now switched to Huawei Y serie or Nova, or even Oppo.
[deleted post]They have to adapt to their readers. And obviously enough, a lot of Indians use the GSMArena website for technological news.