Sony Xperia FOREVER, 14 Feb 2019I bought a wireless charger for my phone and it's a usb type c... and i know the progress to m... moreI do not know if type c will surpass and standerdise the connection between devices. I use type c more then 3 years now and is still only to be seen in smartphones, by 90% of the products. Type c should have allready taken over if would have been properly embraced. But minding the fact of how things work here i kind of doubt this form will eventually be a standard for all. I do not know why is like this, but it is. Maybe they want to milk the cow as long as they can and before making it a real standard, to be a premium future. But well that's another story.
Trollhammeren, 14 Feb 2019There are , but i don't see how 1 f connector makes so much difference price wise , it's just ... moreThe connector isn't really expensive, but the people who buy these phones probably have micro USB cables from other devices, so in a way this is easier for them. USB C will be in budget phones eventually, it'll just take some time
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2019I don't think any budget phone has usb cThere are , but i don't see how 1 f connector makes so much difference price wise , it's just gauging .... OH YOU WANT A REVERSIBLE CABLE ? well go buy a more expensive phone...
Carol, 14 Feb 2019How people say stuff without knowing. Microusb is actually still used by a lot of companies ev... moreI bought a wireless charger for my phone and it's a usb type c... and i know the progress to migrate from microUSB to type c will take time but the production of microUSB will be succeeded by the type c.. and yeah this might take time for those companies!
Sony Xperia FOREVER, 13 Feb 2019all what you say doesn't make any sense even for matters that marketing related!.... we're mov... moreHow people say stuff without knowing. Microusb is actually still used by a lot of companies everywhere in the world, 99% of the bluetooth speakers that can be charged with a powerback use microusb and tge list goes on an on and on. Just because a small field of deviced, namely smartphones, change to type C, does not mean the micro version is extinct. The world in not just around you house and smartphone, ja know? Good. As for a 90 $ device, people can't expect typec and fast charging. If one expects that, well, he probabbly never attended school.
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2019NO.. Nokia is providing BACKWARD COMPATIBILITY.. USB-C is still rare(less than 50%) these days... moreall what you say doesn't make any sense even for matters that marketing related!.... we're moving forward now.. and Microusb will extinct very soon... even Apple, they've changed their proprietary charging port in their Macbook with usb type-C, and some rumors says they'll do the same with the next gen iphones!
Mzma PIB, 13 Feb 2019Got.. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7.. True, but thats more of a midrange than entry level. This is supposed to be
Whackcar, 13 Feb 2019This is just monopoly now. A lot of manufacturers release their phones with last-gen OS, then ... moreNokia upgrade as long as the phone can support it. They don't stop at 2 updates (and release with older to make it 1 update)
This is just monopoly now. A lot of manufacturers release their phones with last-gen OS, then provide 2 OS updates to that. It saves them effort & the user ends up missing out on 1 OS update that others do end up getting.
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2019I don't think any budget phone has usb cGot.. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7..
Trollhammeren, 13 Feb 2019stop using micro-b connectors!I don't think any budget phone has usb c
ZloiYuri, 13 Feb 2019Foxconn manufacturing iPhones. So why nokia-branded chinaphones are so ugly, outdated and expensive?That's only yours delusional and jealous opinion, as always :D LOL
ZloiYuri, 13 Feb 2019Foxconn manufacturing iPhones. So why nokia-branded chinaphones are so ugly, outdated and expensive?Because they sell a name/brand no phones, those are more o the same chinese ones. My phones are chinese, the components are chinese, but i'm finesse becouse i bouth the rights... sigh. Nothig to do with sheeps and paid staff. But it's what it is!!!!!!!!!!!!
Foxconn manufacturing iPhones. So why nokia-branded chinaphones are so ugly, outdated and expensive?
SD 845, 4GB RAM, Android 8.1 in flagship phone of 2019! Pie is out since last 6 months. Is Nokia launching Demo product for consumer testing? Looking at specifications & Nokia name, I am sure they will price it around $799-899. Better to skip this one & wait for its updated version to be released later this year.
The collaboration with l16 sounds slightly scary. The l16 was a superb concept with fuddy buddies leading the way with poor hardware configurations and expecting computational photography to bypass hardware limitations.
I Pray that Nokia has imaging sensors with DRAM (or extremely fast readout), way better and more ISPs and other things. I hope 4Gb and 6Gb RAM can handle the bandwidth needed for such high speed computational photography.