Trump Fan 1980, 30 Jan 2020 One of the reasons I mentioned your positive vibe, is because I feel many commentators here,... moreYes I agree, some commentators can be very negative.
The worst ones repeatingly trying to trash/ bash another brand with their hateful opinions & lies in an attempt to make there preferred brand appear superior, it's not helpful & is misleading to those who want honest guidance.
I just tell them to be take the biased negative opinions with a pinch of salt & to trust the reviews & actual owners of the device.
Of course we're all different, 1 device can be best for person A, but not person B.
One positive comment example that stood out for me was from Shanti Dope on 29 Dec 2019:
In case that link didn't work, I've copied that comment here:
"IMO the best upper mid range phone this year is a tie between the Redmi K20 Pro and Realme X2 Pro.
Best lower mid range phone is a tie between Redmi Note 8 Pro and Realme 5 Pro.
Best budget phone is a tie between Redmi Note 8 and Realme 5.
In these categories, it's only a battle between Redmi and Realme, nothing else gets as good as what these two offer in this price segment.
For flagships, I do believe that every flagship phone truly deserves to win, for they have something to offer uniquely on their own
Galaxy Note 10+ - great all-rounder
iPhone 11 Pro Max - best video camcorder and compelling photographic capabilities
Pixel 4 XL - best of Google software integration
OnePlus 7T Pro - fastest phone with the most reasonable price tag
Galaxy S10e, iPhone 11 Pro, Pixel 4, and Xperia 5 - best small flagships
Mate 30 Pro - best camera hardware and best low light capabilities
P30 Pro and Oppo Reno 10x Zoom - best telephoto camera
Xperia 1 - best overall display quality
LG V50 ThinQ - excellent dual screen concept
ROG Phone 2 - best gaming phone, best no-compromise flagship phone
Galaxy Fold, Mate X, and Motorola RAZR - most futuristic devices
Did I miss something? Probably did. But they do deserve the win for having something really good in their ownselves.
If I were to decide, let's just not fight over these phones. Each person needs different things in a smartphone. What may be for you may not be for others, and vice versa. There's no need to bash others for the sake of bragging your own phone to be the absolute best phone for everyone, because seriously, that thing DOESN'T exist.
Besides, it would be more beneficial for us users if we simply support the progress of the smartphone industry, as it will only lead to even better products in the future.
And with the decade about to come to an end, why don't we celebrate the enter of the new year full of joy and no hate inside our hearts, and hope for the better of everything in this world?
It sure is a fun thing to welcome 2020 with a big smile and full of happiness and hopefulness in ourselves.
That's all, and Happy Holidays everyone :)))".
Note9 User, 29 Jan 2020Nah, not so much, the best things in life are free ; D One of the reasons I mentioned your positive vibe, is because I feel many commentators here, make comments with negative tones. Not my thing, but I am used to it.
Trump Fan 1980, 29 Jan 2020That's true. If it did cost you something , would you pay? "_" .Nah, not so much, the best things in life are free ; D
Note9 User, 29 Jan 2020Thanks, I try to be nice, it doesn't cost anything ^_^;That's true. If it did cost you something , would you pay? "_" .
GAMIRSFM, 29 Jan 2020In photos sharpness, for me the Note9 looked great. While the battery life of the Huawei was l... moreUntil S9 and Note 9 Samsung's image processing was actually pretty decent. However, from S10 it went downhill, turning literally everything into oversharpened smudge while still leaving tons of noises in shadows/corners. This time around all countries apart from those in EU will receive SD variants, which always had substantially better picture quality than Exynos counterparts, so hopefully S20 series will turn out to be great cameraphones.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2020Samsung needs to up their game with this one. I feel they haven't been all that innovative com... moreIn photos sharpness, for me the Note9 looked great. While the battery life of the Huawei was longer because it kills apps like crazy, Linus complained about it when he missed notifications and i tried it on a midrange Huawei phone and it did happend too.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2020Must be their new Galaxy clothing line.Ha!
The video supports the renders in the design of the phone. The rectangles replacing the 0's in the 2020 are similar to the camera bump
Note9 User, 29 Jan 2020The video states, "Change the shape of the future". Maybe you blinked ; ) I'll watch it again. Your tone, comes across as easygoing and positive, words wise. Amen to that ^_^ .
Trump Fan 1980, 29 Jan 2020 With respect: the video associated with this article states: "change the shape future" , whic... moreThe video states, "Change the shape of the future".
Maybe you blinked ; )
Samsung needs to up their game with this one. I feel they haven't been all that innovative compared to Huawei. Huawei kept bringing out new ideas and tech and Samsung went and copied them. And Samsung cameras have fallen behind in tech and quality, I don't like Samsung image quality it looks like a painting when zoomed in. My S10 images look mushy at times. And my S10 has absolutely awful battery life compared to competitors like Huawei. Samsung are not all they are cracked upto be in my experience
With respect: the video associated with this article states: "change the shape future" , which is not a complete sentence, and sounds fishy. These types of errors are increasingly common, even amongst multi billion dollar companies, which is bad news. I could be wrong I admit.
Must be their new Galaxy clothing line.