Omg Wth why is everyone talking about numbers on a Phone related topic comment section. Like we are here to discuss which phone should be included and not included and which is good or not and etc. Not something about numbers 🔢🤔
ProJames-CHM, 31 Dec 2019No you don't count from 0. 0 is the void. 0 is inexistant. 0 units of something is nothing at ... moreDon't count from 0? Explain to me this then: "The 2010s (pronounced "twenty tens" or "two thousand (and) tens") was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on 1 January 2010 and ended on 31 December 2019."
Don, 02 Jan 2020The Nokia 520 made the list, but no mention of the 1020?Yes, also 925 was great with its metal body.
Don, 02 Jan 2020The Nokia 520 made the list, but no mention of the 1020?808 beat it
ProJames-CHM, 01 Jan 2020You're counting from 1. Otherwise you'd say 0.0, 0.1, 0.2...wait... can we also talk about why 12 midnight is 12AM? and not 12PM? or the end of 24Hrs is actually 00Hrs? Or that next to 11:59 is 12:00? Or that 12:00-12:59 belongs to an hour timeframe and not 12:01-13:00 (at least, but not limited, to trading hours)? very interesting to talk about on 2nd day of the decade...
ProJames-CHM, 01 Jan 2020Anyway doesn't change anything if the decade starts today or in one year. It will still be lam... moreIt’s as same as to say that 21st century starts at 2001. 2000 is still 20th century
Wait, the Nexus 4 made the list instead of the awesome Nexus 5?
ProJames-CHM, 31 Dec 2019No you don't count from 0. 0 is the void. 0 is inexistant. 0 units of something is nothing at ... moreOf course you count from 0. Between 0 and 1 you can accommodate 10 units 0.1, 0.2, 0.3 etc. Or, you can accommodate 100 units if you want 0.01, 0.02...0.66, 0.67...
Cyberchum, 01 Jan 2020Whatever, mate. Have it your way.
But whether you accept it or not, a new decade started to... moreAnyway doesn't change anything if the decade starts today or in one year. It will still be lame. World is getting worse every day, everyone picks fights over trivial things and refuses to collaborate together to solve issues, some deny indisputable truth and prefer to fabricate false evidence and believe it's actually true (talking about those who deny climate change is a thing) and shooting the messenger rather than the message.
But more relevant to tech, the only things to look forward to are graphene batteries, new semiconductor tech, transparent displays and widely available micro LEDs. Foldables can be added to some extent. Quantum computing won't be solved in a while though (currently as I've read, it would take tons of qbits to cross-check the calculations of a few qbits as they are said to be very inaccurate)
ProJames-CHM, 31 Dec 2019No you don't count from 0. 0 is the void. 0 is inexistant. 0 units of something is nothing at ... moreWhatever, mate. Have it your way.
But whether you accept it or not, a new decade started today, and nothing you do or say would change it.
2013 is winner Xiaomi Mi 2S. phone that put Xiaomi company on the map ...
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2019A behemoth of a phone. No wonder Sony died in phones. It was phones like Z3 that killed it. Th... moreZ3 was 2 mm bigger than with 0,1" more screen.
With front speakers.
Phones like motorola x2 and s5 were low ends near z3.
Even galaxy pocket had better plastic body than s5
Cyberchum, 31 Dec 2019Primary numbers, like primary colors, are numbers that are independent and not formed by combi... moreNo you don't count from 0. 0 is the void. 0 is inexistant. 0 units of something is nothing at all. Primary numbers have nothing to do with this.
Your logic implies that 0 is something (the first positive item) and -1 is nothing and then -2 is something (the first negative item). Unless you believe -0 exists which is false. 0 is neither positive or negative.
ProJames-CHM, 30 Dec 2019But you can't say you have a 0 in a pack of 10 units. 0 is by definition nothing. 0 to 9 phone... morePrimary numbers, like primary colors, are numbers that are independent and not formed by combining or mixing with another. All numbers after 9 are formed by combining 2 or more already existing ones.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11… 20 21… 30 31…
Uf you did math, you'd know that numbering starts from 0, not 1.
The phone I remember most from that decade (which DOES end with this year today) is the Samsung S7 edge - and those weren't good memories, sadly.
I needed a new phone, and along came the S7 edge. It looked quite curious with the display wrapped around the edge, so I eventually gave in and got it. Worst phone decision I've ever made!
While the edge looked cool, the usability was simply horrible. Phantom touches all the time, content on the edge had very poor accessibility... hitting the keyboard keys on the edge was awful, so typing texts was awful. At first I still hoped it would become better, with phantom touches becoming less with later updates, and an updated keyboard with no keys placed on the edge, etc.
None of that ever happened, since updates on the S7 edge were abysmal, and excruciatingly slow, despite it being Samsung's flagship at the time.
Another point that was abysmal was the battery. It was never very good from the beginning, and just kept getting worse and worse. Soon I had to carry a battery pack with me, to get through the day. The phone was getting pretty hot during charging, too, and when they took that awful battery and pushed it too far for the Note - no wonder that it went up in flames.
Overall, my experience with the S7 edge can only be described as "dumpster fire". It's only saving grace was the camera, photos taken were pretty good for its time, nice camera app with filters and all... but still, if I hadn't used up all my money in getting it, I would've quickly got a replacement and sold it again after 1 or 2 months, but like that, I had to bear it out.
Needless to say, I've never touched a Samsung phone again ever since.
My phone after that was a Sony Xperia Z (2 or 3, dunno). It was pretty mediocre and neither had particularly negative or positive traits.
After that, I got a Mate 8 - and was impressed by the great Leica camera. Also otherwise, it turned out to be a great phone, so after it I got a Mate 9, which turned out equally great.
Following it was a Honor Note 8, which I got because it was really *huge*. While the camera wasn't quite as good as the Mate 9 (but still good), using this BIG phone turned out much better still than I had expected. I was sad when it had to be replaced, and without true successor, I switched to a Mate 20. Not as big sadly, but the camera is awesome again.
Will get the Mate 30 (Pro) as soon as I can afford it. The camera is fantastic once again, and no Google spyware on it is a great plus as well.
Kingslayer, 30 Dec 2019Nokia N9 didn't herald anything. It was DOA in 2011. That's why it isn't being mentioned. Are you serious?