jakov1, 24 Mar 2020Don't go around calling people names if you're having trouble using basic logic. 65w doesn't m... moreMi 10 Pro with 65W charger doesn't take same as S20 ultra.
It's around 30-35min for full charge while on the S20 ultra, it is 60min with 25W or 55min with 45W charger.
Oppo is a pioneer in fast charging with VOOC 4.0.
The two seperate batteries charging at 30W is brilliant idea.
sadh, 24 Mar 2020120Hz on Amoled is really expensive.Screen of s20 is less than $100.
jakov1, 24 Mar 2020Don't go around calling people names if you're having trouble using basic logic. 65w doesn't m... moreYes, correct.
It is proven that S20 ultra for example take same time to charge no matter 25 or 45W charger.
45 starts faster but slows down.
Alex 94, 24 Mar 2020Half speed of charging speed. Read comment again if u are blind. Don't go around calling people names if you're having trouble using basic logic. 65w doesn't mean 2x faster charging than 33w. Charging isn't linear (hasn't been since 5v/1a chargers) and depends a lot on the software. For example, it takes the Mi 10 Pro (65w, 4500mah) the same time to charge fully as the S20 Ultra (25w, 5000mah).
All phones today charge roughly the same. Phone companies don't really do a lot of R&D stuff for the batteries so the charging doesn't change much between the brands. 55-70 minutes is what you'll get 90% of the time for batteries 4000-5000mah. Some will slow it down for the last 10-20% and take a bit longer. Realme is an exception because they have two batteries that charge at 30w so it looks like it's charging 2x faster, but I'm not sure how that affects battery health because smaller batteries degrade faster.
YUKI93, 24 Mar 2020Everyone? Well not me, I'm fine 60 Hz. High refresh rate on non-gaming smartphone is so overrated.Not just for gaming (which will eventually get adjusted as more and more devices get high refresh rate displays)
Even just basic tasks like scrolling and navigating through the phone feels much smoother, more responsive, and just more optimized overall than on just 60Hz.
If battery efficiency is your concern, then you can have the option to switch it back to 60Hz, but those that want the extra smoothness definitely deserves to have their option as well. It's like having a 3.5mm jack and still have fantastic wireless audio quality at the same time.
If one doesn't affect the other, then nothing's wrong with having the choice.
not identical at DDR option and the storage
LPDDR5 (K30 PRO Zoom) vs LPDDR4X (K30 PRO)
UFS 3.1(K30 PRO Zoom) vs UFS 3.0 (K30 PRO)
If only it wasn't almost a whole centimeter bigger than the K20 series. Phones are still getting bigger and I just can't take it anymore.
abigfanoftechs, 24 Mar 2020I only had 2 phones in black. :-) It's ok colour, I got bored of it ... I don't put my phone ... moreMi9tpro is my first non black phone (red version) . Looking to return to black. I always use cases lol
Josephnero, 24 Mar 2020I'm hoping for black ( my favorite colour) but I think there isn't a black version I only had 2 phones in black. :-)
It's ok colour, I got bored of it ... I don't put my phone in a case.
I had charcoal, white, black&white, gold, blue, silver, grey, lilac.
Purple is my next colour.
Why is the phone getting bigger and heavier? It will be much heavier when put on the protective case.
I hope they done away with that stupid 96kbps audio recording on video that almost all xiaomi phones suffer from. honestly i would have loved to buy the k20 pro (mi9t pro) but video sound was strait from a phone from 2008
Cheap for the base version but what the heck with that increase if want telephoto camera? :/
Also 60 Hz screen when even cheap ass Realme 6 got 90 Hz? Nope, once you taste high refresh screen there's no way you want to go back to 60 Hz. Man, this is close for being perfect phone with flagship processor and earphone jack what a shame.
s4f786, 24 Mar 2020Only the 8gb 256gb version has ufs 3.1 I think All have lpddr5 and 3.1 except the 6gb version
aa, 24 Mar 2020Very good phone for such a money, but where is red color like the K 30 Pro?I mean K20 Pro