No Google spyware, 25 Jan 2020Enjoy leaking your data to Google, Facebook and many other greedy US companies. They're all st... moreBut then, I do agree with your point about the trumped up charges on Huawei (no pun intended)
No Google spyware, 25 Jan 2020Enjoy leaking your data to Google, Facebook and many other greedy US companies. They're all st... moreIt's not like Apple does too much else in the way of security, it pretty much just protects you by shoving you into a suitcase essentially. Plus, some experts say that newer android phones are actually harder to get into. But of course, Google doesn't stuff people into suitcases and take their money :)
No Google spyware, 25 Jan 2020Enjoy leaking your data to Google, Facebook and many other greedy US companies. They're all st... moreIn Europe we have General Data Protection Regulation.
GDPR is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). It also addresses the transfer of personal data outside the EU and EEA areas.
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2020Enjoy leaking your data to ChinaEnjoy leaking your data to Google, Facebook and many other greedy US companies. They're all stealing your private data, just to sell it to advertisers, NSA and whoever else wants it. This is happening RIGHT NOW.
There is still NO PROOF WHATSOEVER for Chinese spying. Even after almost a year that the President of Trumpistan invented the spying charges against Huawei, no proof whatsoever has been presented - because there isn't any!
There is, however, plenty of proof of US spying on anyone they can, US citizen or not, just see Edward Snowden etc.
Akaike, 22 Jan 2020Lol even Samsung Â“liteÂ” phones are expensive. What a greedy company. I see nothing special ... moreLol, everyone knows that Apple makes the most & takes the most money from it's customers, by far.
Really curious to see if they finally manage to put the f-ing buttons in reachable locations for human beings. I bet that if they do it, the fingerpring sensor will be moved to the top side or some other stupid location, because that seems to be their thing with the latest generations of flagships.
You'll probably have to jump 3 times, spin around 6 times and rub the phone against your butt cheek to unlock it in a few generations...
Remember we'll still use 3G for the next 5 years or so. Damn, providers are putting you on LTE several times per day so stop with the 5G dreams. Also iPhones are special phones for special people, to be honest I don't know why they dropped buttons instead of adding one for each function: call press call button, email press email button hahaha simple.
Duck of death, 23 Jan 2020Apple has been behind Samsung for a decade. That is a fact. Be it volume, innovations or desig... moreApple is ahead in software support, though.
However, a lot is changing within Apple that is not visible to their die hard fans and the media who still love them. Sales numbers have taken over and customer service pushed to the sidelines.
Maybe they are also aware you can't keep fools parting with their money forever.
Duck of death, 23 Jan 2020Apple has been behind Samsung for a decade. That is a fact. Be it volume, innovations or desig... moreidk why but people talk like it is easy to make an upgrade, even if it is simpler apple has another system and another hardware, of course it is going to take time to make upgrades, unlike samsung or other smartphone brang they use android and they dont make their own chips and other things.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2020False information detected. Snapdragon 865 does not come with integrated 5G modem.
https://ww... moreWho said "integrated"?
Whoever wants to buy the snapdragon 865 needs, read it as mandatory, to buy and pair it with the X55 modem which is 5G capable. The companies buy it as a bundle; they can't use it with any other external modem.
I was planning to buy the S20 Ultra, BUT at that price I will look for other alternatives to upgrade my Galaxy S9 plus
NotAnOpinion, 22 Jan 2020"If you're BEHIND THE BEST you're clearly not leading." Those are your words. Ha-ha! Ar... moreApple has been behind Samsung for a decade. That is a fact. Be it volume, innovations or design. While Apple market themselves as the privacy company while obediently leaving backdoors for autocrat massmurders and worse, Samsung reinvents the phone, like with the Galaxy Z Flip.
dude111, 22 Jan 2020How can it be "4G variants" when the X55 is mandatory when buying the snapdragon 865 and that ... moreFalse information detected. Snapdragon 865 does not come with integrated 5G modem.
How can it be "4G variants" when the X55 is mandatory when buying the snapdragon 865 and that modem is 5G capable?
Are they limiting that feature and charging an extra 100 for what is essentially the same hardware?
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2020Enjoy leaking your data to ChinaChina won't send you ads... Goog would, so there's that
855, 22 Jan 2020$700 for a nice dinner? After a week u won't remember anything about the dinner but the phone... moreThe matter is that for a proper flagship, you don't need to spend and gift those $700 extra to whatever brand. Better profit that money for you. For whatever thing you want. And with those $700 you can do and buy a lot of extra things. Even for your new phone, like buy cases, display protectors, an extra pair of earbuds to always have one charged, a charger for your car, a new smartwach too and you'll still have enough money for a more modest dinner and celebrate all you bought and have fun with all that.
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2020Few weeks ago I talked to someone that works for a company that also makes cellphones.
He is ... moreOnly Partially true.
Sony makes the most sensors for smartphones (Samsung is fast catching up though), and sensor readout speeds are forever increasing. I would love to see an 18-30MP sensor do Full Res 120fps or higher (which should be possible with onboard DRAM and/or re-designed circuitry). This could seriously improve image quality. But, to get the most out of it, it would also require vastly improving SoCs to have much faster readouts and writing, way better Computational Photography algorithms and many improvements to the ISP etc. Also, drastic improvement in smartphone lens design and handling the light and detail loss caused by the Bayer Pattern.
From the look of things, smartphones won't be beating DSLRs or Mid and High end ILCs, for atleast another decade, atleast not with some seriously drastic changes to the whole imaging development perspective.
Duck of death, 22 Jan 2020Your words, not mine. I can't help you figure out what you mean when you write something."If you're BEHIND THE BEST you're clearly not leading."
Those are your words. Ha-ha!
Are you stating that Apple is behind Sammy or vice-versa?
Apparently, you can't decipher duck either.