Anonymous, 29 Dec 2019I will explain that your redmi note 5 battery is almost 2 years old while your oneplus's not e... moreYou don't even know when I bought my Redmi Note 5 or my OnePlus, 2 years old my ass.
Also I was talking about the battery life when I bought them, so brand new, they both got me 9-10 hours screen on time, and last me a full day.
4k mAh battery, LCD smaller display, weaker SD 636, are better?
Enjoying my snappy Snapdragon 855 and AMOLED display on a 3.7k mAh battery with the same battery life hahaha
just go into Developer options and disable "MIUI Optimization".
also disable "Memory Optimization".
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2019just turn off miui optimization in the dev settingsI have and whole thing started running wonky and apps were still dying for some dumb reason...
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2019just turn off miui optimization in the dev settingsI dont think he need to go that far, imho. Just a simple locking apps in memory management, i predict will solve his problems. #cmiiw
AnonD-804996, 29 Dec 2019Killing ProtonMail didn't "improve" security. It just made me not get notifications for my e-m... moreTried to locked all the apps you want to always active, in the RAM management. Its as easy as menu button, hold+tap and tap procedure.
Seems great and possibly might pack a huge camera setup similar to mi note 10 and off course will be 5G.
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2019A bigger battery on a slimmer phone obviously 😉Really hoping you're being sarcastic...
Anonymous, 28 Dec 2019This thing confuses me. I wanted to buy Mi 9 Lite after two months. When will Xiaomi release M... moreBuy a phone because you need it, not because you want it. You'll end-up on a rat race IF you always WANT new stuff.
Anonymous, 28 Dec 2019They kill apps because they care about security of their phones. Killing ProtonMail didn't "improve" security. It just made me not get notifications for my e-mails... It also kept killing my VPN apps like Blokada... It was quite annoying. The only thing I didn't like about MIUI. Otherwise I actually really liked MIUI. It looked really nice and had bunch of apps out of the box so I didn't have to download them extra (like pretty advanced data plan counter, weather app/widget, built in antivirus that scanned every installed app etc. It was really nice. But this app killing was super annoying. If you could turn it off entirely with one button and leave it to stock Android memory management, it would be great. If I'll ever return to Android from iPhone, it'll be either Xiaomi or OnePlus. Probably leaning more towards Xiaomi because I really like MIUI and its extra features.
Anonymous, 28 Dec 2019Should have said; "the bigger the battery, the better the boom" In sammy and apple case yes lol
Gusta, 29 Dec 2019Depend on the overal size on the phone especially the thickness. Just look at 9.7mm bulk on th... moreYeah. I find my mi9tpro perfect in that regard. It's a bit on the heavy side though
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2019They usually release their lite lineup in septemberThanks.
This is quite possible. Meanwhile Google 5 might finally get 3000 mAh in the best case scenario :) :) :).
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2019Then forget any Samsung, Google, Apple, etc, phones. Redmi Note 10 is one of the last with al... moreK30 does too. They are all important features to me. Just a shame that the K30 has that ugly double cutout. If it was just a single cutout I really wouldn't mind
The problem with the Mi series is it's afflicted with the same disease as flagship phones. Companies that make perfectly reasonable phones otherwise make a mess of flagships by removing utility. They will remove the headphone jack, memory card slot, provide it with a brittle, fingerprint attracting glass back. The current Mi 9 SE is a perfect phone in terms of size. But the reason I am not getting one is the lack of memory expansion.