..., 07 Aug 2019our you could just steal their fingerprint like in the movies/ with some tape and powder/ then... moreYou're leaving fingerprints all over the place. You don't leave your entire face in 3D. So, from technical perspective, FaceID is more secure. Also, some tape on fingerprint doesn't work afaik. Especially not on ultrasonic sensors that require depth information of the fingerprint.
Epic, 07 Aug 2019And long before Apple does it most other phone manufacturers will have done it, but Apple will... moreJust like when android oems removed 3.5mm jack, micro sd, notches galore, and increasing prices too
Great job android so innovative
nsm, 07 Aug 2019This aint Samsung. You cannot fool face id with a 2D pic as it scans your face in 3D and compa... moreSamsung got an iris scanner so it does have more security. You can lock it using gazillion methods on Android, but on iPhone they'll force you to use what they think you should use.
AnonD-804996, 07 Aug 2019Outside of that and you had to create very realistic 3D head of yourself to fool it. Still ver... moreour you could just steal their fingerprint like in the movies/ with some tape and powder/ then blammo
And long before Apple does it most other phone manufacturers will have done it, but Apple will as always say 'this changes everything'
Just Some Time, 06 Aug 2019but twin brother or sister have similar face beat the FaceID ,nothing is secureOutside of that and you had to create very realistic 3D head of yourself to fool it. Still very secure.
what does he mean by 2021 models?
models that would be introduced at september 2020 (and arrive to markets around the world by the end of 2020)?
or models that would be introduced at september 2021, essentially making them 2022 models?
Just Some Time, 06 Aug 2019"For example i have locked my whatsapp under the face ID. it means no-one can't use my whatsap... moreThis aint Samsung. You cannot fool face id with a 2D pic as it scans your face in 3D and compares with the model previosly saved
so many losers here making fun of Apple for being late, yet all current under screen scanners are super slow, inconsistent, and straight up trash compared to capacitive sensor or even LOL Face ID!
Haters, better pray Android OEMs stays on top on the tech, cause I'll be laughing hard at all of you if Apple, yet again, manages to deliver the best experience despite being late. That'll be innovation for sure lol
AverageUser, 07 Aug 2019Wireless power share and wireless charging are 2 different things. And iPhones do have wireles... morethey are different things for sure, but wireless power share is kind of a wireless charging. you are just using another phone instead of a charging device. isn't it?
I have a bose QC35 wireless that doesn't support wireless power share. most of the bluetooth earphones/headphones on the market doesnt support this feature. maybe only a few would get benefitted from this feature. so why on earth would it be a major deciding factor for most while buying a phone?
From my second point its clear that I use wired headphone. so it doesn't need a genius to understand that I wont use wireless power share.
but anyway, you already gave the conclusion (sarcasm is real).
Kriegsherr, 07 Aug 2019Post before you read. I said good though not great battery life. How does that translate into ... moreWireless power share and wireless charging are 2 different things. And iPhones do have wireless charging aswell...
And then I'm the one who comments before reading first...
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2019The battery replacement, extra accessories you require to get basic things working, pay for cl... moreYou sound like redmi 7 has an arc reactor that would provide electricity for next 50 years.
Which smartphone retains good battery capacity after 2/3 years? None. This is how those rechargeable batteries are designed. Read more about it please before drawing these issues.
Redmi has a better functional os than iphones? Sure, In an alternative world where showing advertisement is considered as a top function.
Redmi displays can't even change orientation when needed. Let alone being more functional.
I would have agreed though if you used galaxy s10 as example.
AverageUser, 06 Aug 2019WiFi and network stability also won't be an issue with an Android flagship. It also depends mo... morePost before you read. I said good though not great battery life. How does that translate into LONG BATTERY LIFE? FYI, i still use my 6s plus which has a decent battery life. I changed the battery after 2.5 years and getting enough on screen time right now.
Now i answer your points.
1.Having SD card slot would be better but i don't need it. I have enough space left on my phone.
2. Mine has 3.5mm jack which is very convenient. Most android flagships don't have it now a days.
3.i don't use wireless charging feature. What is the percentage of users actually use wireless charging? Very little.
I don't think Android should get credit for some invalid points.
Again, if you are into more features, buy android. Value for money? Android. But I haven't encountered any hypothetical situation where i wished something I don't have an android phone would be able to provide. I am none to judge what's better. I got what i needed and am happy. That's it.
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2019How safe is that Data with cloud? And what to do when you are in a no coverage zones? expandab... moreDid you even think that in a no coverage zone both iphone and Android are useless? I feel safe with icloud and i keep my backup in my computer. Sure usb otg is there for Android but not in ios, i haven't ever felt I need it. I used android since 2010 before i got ios and though otg became available, I never needed it.
Come on. Not everyone need each and every feature. In my earlier post i wrote that as a commoner, i find the features that i need are working well on my iPhone and i am happy with it. It has most of the things i need and no phone in the market has everything.
sprmora, 06 Aug 2019There is something called refinement which you might not have heard of. Not an Apple fanboy bu... moreRedmi K20 pro which costs 1/3 of the price of an iPhone comfortably beat iOS in all those departments you mentioned and that too with a heavy skin like miui.
Don't even get me started on the experience of using a custom ROM on it.
Kriegsherr, 06 Aug 2019I have no problem paying $1/$3 a month for extra icloud storage and most of the apps I use are... moreHow safe is that Data with cloud? And what to do when you are in a no coverage zones? expandable storage, seamless USB otg connection to a big hard disk are all features that iPhone users can only dream of.
The battery replacement, extra accessories you require to get basic things working, pay for cloud storage, all these things cost money which can be fixed by buying a Redmi note 7 pro or some other budget device which works great, has the latest tech and is more functional than using iOS
”What if that photo you want to see is on the cloud and you don't have internet connection?”
No internet connection? Haven’t happened in years, also the photo is always in camera roll so you don’t need internet connection.