Anonymous, 14 Jan 2019Unfortunately people who live in the areas that are not covered by 5G will still be forced to ... moreHow is that any difference than being forced to buy 4G devices in places not covered by 4G network but only have 3G network. *smh
Luxor, 11 Jan 2019Until at least 2020....bruh...that is next year. You make it sound like it gonna take years be... moreUnfortunately people who live in the areas that are not covered by 5G will still be forced to purchase this 5G feature whether they can use it or not.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2019EE are around £63pm for 20GB on a 24 month contract. Plus £20 upfront. Takes the t... more£61.99 pm for 24 months on Tesco mobile for 20gb and no upfront XD, so its £1487.76 for them.
Luxor, 11 Jan 2019Until at least 2020....bruh...that is next year. You make it sound like it gonna take years be... moreThe thing is that with a properly, decently deployed 4G network with multiple carriers and bands, 4G is just good enough (provided you have a modern device, like 1000mbit LTE cat. 16)
Even 50 mbit/s is enough for most scenarios (including for tethering to work from a laptop on the go), while in many cases I get over 150 mbit...
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2019The punch-hole camera is a gimmick that isn't going to change anything. Conversely, working in... moreUntil at least 2020....bruh...that is next year. You make it sound like it gonna take years before we reach 2020. Procrastinating on 5G capability in smartphone until the network truly available is not a good idea. This is a good timing to test it out in few area. Availability of 5G phone only in area with 5G network anyway so why the complain. They wont sell 5G phone with no 5G network area, so no one is wasting their money.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2019The hole is just a notch that moved to an unpleasant location. Good luck hiding it.I thought they are emphasizing it rather than hiding it. They even add blinking circular ring around the camera like in Galaxy A8s. Literally, saying, "Look at me. Im a punch hole on your phone".
The punch-hole camera is a gimmick that isn't going to change anything. Conversely, working in UK telecomms, i know well in advance that 5G is just a marketing gimmick as no UK network is going to be able to properly offer actual 5G coverage until at least 2020. Can't wait for everyone that wastes money on it.
The "BIG" refers to the new prices of the Galaxy S10 series.
Small specs upgrade, big price! A bit like the iPhone XR.
A big failure is coming with their increasingly overpriced junk. With Mate 20, pocophone and soon the View 20, there will be less and less interest in their flagships (And their "mid"-range models are even bigger disaster, they practically killed the A-series).
They are talking about punch to your heart, when you get a heart attack due to F's price ;)
HTC U13+ will feature Squeezable Sides, In-Screen FR,a 6.4-inch OLED Display, 19:9 aspect ratio, QHD+ resolution, Android Pie, SD855 chipset, 6/8 GB RAM, 128/256 GB ROM, and possibly Triple Rear Camera Setup and a Selfie Camera
Oppo Find X2 will follow the Sliding Camera trend of its ancient, the Find X. The Smartphone will upgrade to a bigger OLED Display of FHD+ brightness, Android Pie OS, Triple Back Cameras, Dual Selfie Shooters, AI Beauty modes, more accurate Facial Unlock, SD855 SoC, Adreno 640 GPU, 8GB/10GB RAM, 256GB/512GB ROM, and a 4000mAh battery.
Xiaomi Mi 9 is expected to have a 6.4in IPS LCD Display, FHD+ resolution, Corning Gorilla Glass 6, Android 9.0 (Pie), Triple Rear Camera Setup of 48MP + dual unknowns, 20MP Selfie Cam, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, Adreno 640 GPU, 6/8 GB RAM, 128/256/512 GB Internal Storage, and a 4000mAh battery with Fast Charging Option. It may support 5G.
With powerful SD855 SoC, Adreno 640 GPU and 8GB RAM, the LG G8 ThinQ will get a premium unibody, 6.5in OLED Display, QHD+ resolution, Android Pie OS, AI-powered Triple Camera Setup, Super Slow-mo, a Selfie Shooter, and a durable battery with fast and wireless charging support. The Handset may have In-screen Fingerprint Sensor..
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2019Possibly bits lost in translation. I meant car phone warehouse etc. Isn't that place just a kind of shop where you pick a phone and a carrier? That's more of an aggregation of carriers. That's not a reseller. That's a retailer. Akin to BestBuy.
7,3 what a shame... again Sammy. A phone like this should have more inch then 7,3.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2019Resellers here give you a better deal too. Does my head in. Allows the networks to avoid any k... moreAre you talking about VNOs or real brand resellers? Like, I know this independent seller that sells Bell services for about 50% off. That's the same network as Bell, same speeds, data, conditions...
Or you have companies that buy Bell bandwidth/data that resells it to you (though it's not Gigabit LTE-A or fiber internet, you are stuck on HSPA/LTE 1-CA/FTTN).
ProJames-CHM, 10 Jan 2019Nah, it's not geographics. It's a collusion between the big-3. Resellers can give you 50% off ... moreResellers here give you a better deal too. Does my head in. Allows the networks to avoid any kind of goodwill
ProJames-CHM, 10 Jan 2019You haven't seen sky high prices. Come to Canada and I'll give you a tourHoly smoke, just looked, approx £1728 over two years... You win this time, worthy opponent.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2019Really? Geographically, I can believe it. Must be a pain with the coverage. I imagine Australi... moreNah, it's not geographics. It's a collusion between the big-3. Resellers can give you 50% off on top of whatever bonus you have, such as corporate rebate.
LTE-A coverage is pretty sparse. Regular LTE is decent
The price you mentioned is cheaper than 16GB Note9 on a 2-year contract in CAN.
ProJames-CHM, 10 Jan 2019You haven't seen sky high prices. Come to Canada and I'll give you a tourEE are around £63pm for 20GB on a 24 month contract. Plus £20 upfront. Takes the total cost to £1540ish for the 2yrs. Around $2555 Canadian.
ProJames-CHM, 10 Jan 2019You haven't seen sky high prices. Come to Canada and I'll give you a tourReally? Geographically, I can believe it. Must be a pain with the coverage. I imagine Australia is equally poorly serviced. EE offer pretty good coverage, but their website prices are shocking. I can get 20% discount, and it is still more than other networks, especially if you compare them on mobiles.co.uk or Carphone Warehouse.