Love to have the device but if they ask 800 euro for it I go for the mi note 10 or realme X2 pro (maybe x50 )
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2020And you can't accept that you lost the argument. Now go back to your mama's basement. Hello Mr. Caveman, ever heard of memes?
AnonD-908380, 07 Mar 2020Nope, you are nitpicking and biased, I win bye bye.And you can't accept that you lost the argument.
Now go back to your mama's basement.
When will the 16G/512G version be released?
AnonD-908380, 07 Mar 2020I'm pretty sure stock android phones have that functionality aswell3rd party apps are simply better than inbuilt ones irrespective of brands.
With better encryption, no limit on file types, sizes, better speed, etc.
It's clear, You just don't want to use them and keep whining.
AnonD-908380, 07 Mar 2020"WIFI direct doesn't work with 3rd party apps" I should have phrased that differently, yes. Bu... moreInstalling a 3rd party app is a one time process. After that it's part of your system.
I don't understand the inconvenience here.
What if the person who wants to receive data doesn't have a Samsung phone, how are you gonna send data thru WiFi direct to that person?
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2020Shady app from China?? All these 3rd party apps are available on playstore. No need to login ... more"WIFI direct doesn't work with 3rd party apps" I should have phrased that differently, yes. But you still don't understand my point. Coming from Samsung this is a worse experience. Just inconvenient to install ShareMe on other devices. The thing is you can find Wifi Direct hidden in the settings (but no dedicated sharing app implementation on OS level) but it has no data transfer properties, only to connect to wifi. They require you to use ShareMe, probably to collect data as always.
AnonD-908380, 07 Mar 2020I'm dumbing it down for you:
If you go to system apps on a Samsung device, you have wifi di... moreShady app from China?? All these 3rd party apps are available on playstore.
No need to login anywhere.
You are simply backtracking on your words. Check your post history
You said, WIFI direct doesn't work with 3rd party apps, only works with proprietary app on MIUI which I debunked.
And those 3rd party apps are way better than any inbuilt app whether it is Samsung or Xiaomi.
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2020Can't understand what you just said there.
WiFi direct works with third party apps too, is ... moreI'm dumbing it down for you:
If you go to system apps on a Samsung device, you have wifi direct. It's implemented. You don't need to download some shady app from china and / or have an account.
If you go to system apps on a Xiaomi device, you don't have wifi direct. No implementation in the OS. Only their own app made in China, like all the other ones in Playstore. This means you have to download an app on any other device you want to receive data on.
AnonD-908380, 07 Mar 2020Third party and proprietary but no implementation natively in MIUI unlike with Samsung, as far... moreCan't understand what you just said there.
WiFi direct works with third party apps too, is what I said while your official statement is that it doesn't. Make up your mind pal and don't backtrack on your words. This is why I called you Mr. Liar in the first place.
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2020Redmi or Xiaomi, both use MIUI, no difference. And yeah as, I said you need to check settings... moreThird party and proprietary but no implementation natively in MIUI unlike with Samsung, as far as I'm aware.
AnonD-908380, 07 Mar 2020First of, read to get the context. We are talking about the Redmi line.
Second, wifi direct... moreRedmi or Xiaomi, both use MIUI, no difference.
And yeah as, I said you need to check settings.
Friend has a Redmi k20 pro, no issues using Xender, ShareIT and other third party apps for WiFi direct data transfer.
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2020Hello Mr. Liar, Why bring bugs from the past that have already been fixed? Like the auto brigh... moreFirst of, read to get the context. We are talking about the Redmi line.
Second, wifi direct for data transfer ONLY works with their proprietary app.
Third, you just have to google MIUI auto brightness to see that it doesn't work properly since ancient MIUI versions like 8.
NotAnOpinion, 06 Mar 2020Still no news coverage on the Mi 10's updated firmware deployment black screen-of-death but ke... moreBlack screen on death for ROM on Chinese Beta development phase? What's news about that?
Wayne Morellini, 07 Mar 2020Stuff, I might have to buy something else. It might hardly get out for a number of months due... moreCoronavirus won't stop Mi 10 sales.
Card slot and headphone jack is already obsolette. And never noticed buzzing sounds in phones with jacks? I use a S10 with official AKG earphones and still in good condition, yet there have been minor audio crackles or buzzes when you plug in the earphones. There was a major one though when I played either PUBG or COD Mobile with it.
Mi 10 Pro has great specs with an attractive price. Mi Note 10 didn't dissapoint. It is very cheap in my country. SD730G is sufficient for gaming, camera performance (except in low light) was great. Tested it physically and it felt premium, just as premium as Samsung's offering.
You should really try one. Most flagships these days already omit the jack.
AnonD-908380, 06 Mar 2020You only get security updates every 3 months. And all of MIUI devices have bad auto brightness... moremi 10, has 2 or was it 3 sensors on auto brightness, literally the one thing they addressed.
Its not completely propriety when it was made in collaboration with oppo and well realme. This stuff works between the 3 brands. Not to convince you of anything. Just facts are a bit wrong.