People from asia like HK, Philippines and other asian countries buy the china version of the pro and pro max since it support dual physical sim not the e-sim. majority of the people in the asian region wants the physical sim. like in the philippines, the official apple store sell only the e-sim and physical sim, so most if not all iphone buyers would go to the third party sellers, although a little bit expensive or just about the same price, and buy the dual physical sim version from china.
pajson89, 10 Jan 2020Nice joke it's not joke, all those things are already proven by experts.
What part you don't agree? And also what phone you think beat iPhone PRO hardware? There isn't currently any, there's phones where one part of hardware is better, but people buy the whole device, not one feature.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2020Anyone says Apple is high end again Im gonna puke. Take away Apples fancy marketing and st... moreIn things which matters for most people, iPhone Pro is best in the market.
Best screen, best cpu/gpu, best battery life, best camera, best face scanner, best ecosystem, among best speakers, best 3rd accessories and gadgets.
Sounds like quite amazing "average" phone? don't you think?
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2020Anyone says Apple is high end again Im gonna puke. Take away Apples fancy marketing and st... moreYeah.
This average phone destroys all other androids in performance.
This average phone destroys all other android phones in terms of battery capacity vs usage time.
This average phone drops without breaking.
You think you are smart by looking at the specs and speculate its value. Others USE the phone and DISCOVERED it is not average at all! Never judge a book by its cover. In fact you are the one SOLD by marketing!! Woahh this android phone is a iPhone Killer!! It has OCTA core.. 12RAMS of killer speed.. but it can't even defeat a normal iPhone8 ROFL.
Now you know why qualcomm is very very quiet now. No more bragging of cores and rams. Only a simple whisper from the other chip makers.. ohhhhh 5nm. FIRST FIRST.
Rise in iphone11 it means people buying from peer pressure from society bcuz they dont have cash for real iphone11pro and max...#iphonesucks.😊
MadMel, 09 Jan 2020nonsense, people always buy iPhones in China, no breaking news here, no politics, no anti- Hua... moreiOS gets years of software support and always newest security patches. but android devices are mostly abandoned by producers 1 year after release. thats the difference.
Anyone says Apple is high end again Im gonna puke. Take away Apples fancy marketing and stores, all you get is an average phone marked up 500%. You are just paying for all that fancy sales pitch.
MadMel, 10 Jan 2020try to read and comprehend, or make your ideas more aesthetic and less creepy.Your little bubble must be so comfy. Try living in the real world some time.
MadMel, 09 Jan 2020no nationalism, no propaganda, no entity list here, China is land of freedom.China? Land of freedom? No propaganda?
Hahahahaha! Try walking around Beijing with a big picture of Pooh bear and tell me how that works out for you.
MadMel, 09 Jan 2020no nationalism, no propaganda, no entity list here, China is land of freedom.I hope you're joking otherwise you are too ignorant.
dude111, 09 Jan 2020No nationalism? Their phone market is made of 90%+ chinese, less than 10% foreign brands.other than Samsung and Apple others are pretty much out everywhere, Sony / LG / Nokia don't sell much in Europe either , also to be fair, China have several really strong smartphone brands to brag about , tough market is China, lot's of competition, but fair enough and yeah no nationalism just tech.
MadMel, 09 Jan 2020no nationalism, no propaganda, no entity list here, China is land of freedom.No nationalism?
Their phone market is made of 90%+ chinese, less than 10% foreign brands.
S Yu, 09 Jan 2020I said this last month, the fallout from the 251 incident pushed buyers (as well as vendors) a... morenonsense, people always buy iPhones in China, no breaking news here, no politics, no anti- Huawei movement , just some people who have some extra cash to burn on iOS ... anyhow, more disdain on Huawei from your side as usual, so nothing is new here.
I said this last month, the fallout from the 251 incident pushed buyers (as well as vendors) away from Huawei, which meant back to Apple in the high end.
This is temporary of course as there was since additional but more subtle censorship and efforts of the authorities to divert attention away from the incident and it fizzled out, as with every other Huawei scandal, without Huawei acknowledging any wrongdoing, as infallible as always.