About 250 Euro. Probably Honor 10X. I'm only using Maps from all the Goole sh*t, so that part doesn't care me. After the price drops some I grab one.
Anonymous, 24 May 2020You can always usethe phone even if it doesn't receive updatesMy lenovo k4 note from Feb 2016 still running well with Android 6.0. Just because OEM stop providing update doesn’t make an android device useless. I can change my UI with 3rd party launchers within few minutes.
500 euro at most, not worth spending more if all I want is at that price - new processor, great audio, great if not best camera.
Last one was for 250 euro but that way it feels, lacking in performance, features, sluggish.
Going for last years flagship as well.. S10+.Here would be around $400 somewhere. My S8+ is getting old but is still good and sufficient to me. Im just a little bored of it.
I never buy cheap Androids, only premium, because low budget Android run terrible and last barely a year. Android is such a fragmented OS.
I am not paying more than 600$ for a phone. That is why most probably going to buy last year flagship.
800-1000â‚¬. And it has to be best cameraphone on planet. If it's priced higher at launch, I will wait until price drops.
I will buy the iPhone X when it falls below the 200€ mark, which should be in about 2 years
Been using Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 for a year and satisfied with it I guess. I'm thinking to move up a bit to $200+ phone like Realme 6/6 Pro but too bad goddamn pandemic came. :/
samsung flagships resell used price reduce more then 2x for 1 year yes im waiting for the note 10+ price to drop and buy it used like new lol max 300 usd for phone
i think i will buy the new SE because android brands no longer give me compact options. i used to buy sony compact models until they stopped making them. im forced into apple now
I happily spent a little bit upwards of the equivalent of 1000USD because I saw the ultimate phone that I knew I'd keep for years. I'm willing to spend just as much once my Note9 becomes obsolete in a couple of years, but not this year. I'm not spending this kind of money yearly because that's so unwise. I'm lucky to have a relatively modest but very decent and 100% stable income and I could definitely afford upgrading yearly, but there isn't any point. That 1000$ I'd spend for the sake of upgrading, maybe I'd need it more later on.
But this poll should have been a regional poll. Because obviously people in poorer and more populous countries will skew the data.
Im going to buy an old flagship, Note9 or 10, my Note9 got stolen in january.
I get only phones in the 200-400$ range, these days I'm using the A50, maybe change it in 2 years.
Anonymous, 24 May 2020This Infinix Hot 9 model is cheap! Cost: â‚¬95.99 Wow! The best phone ever!I prefer redmi 8a
I earn enough money to buy the most expensive phone but I refuse to spend over $600 for something as futile as a phone. Especially since I like changing my phone every 18 months. Phone makers have to seriously stop increasing their prices like that and for no reasons (no it's not justified by increasing production costs). For $400-500 you can get a very good phone that would rival a S20+ on many aspects. I don't see the point of spending twice that amount for features that 80% of people would never use.
Not at all surprised with the user opinion of this poll. As per Google's policy, all phones (from low end to flagship) gets only 2 years of Android OS updates and additional year of security updates. We have to change phone every 2-3 years. So why spend $1000 on phones every 2 years. Apple charge from $700+ for their entry level phone but at least they give 5 years of software support to all their phones. But unfortunately their phones are little bit costly for common man. So people prefer Android over ios. If Google provides 5 year of software support like Apple, people may spend more on their phones.
No matter what i will pay for it will never satisfy my needs,,,
I don't have a computer/pc/laptop from the Samsung s6 era until now, not because i don't need one or don't want one but they are not reliable, I'm tired of windows updates, I'm tired of weight and bad configuration and what I need is way more expensive than i can afford today, maybe in the future will be something else, the customer service is terrible, even on Apple products, i saw people that have problems with new apple pc that start at 5000 dollars or above and apple refuses to help them so no thanks for me, I had the best cheap laptop that last me 12 years, i changed the speakers on warranty that was my only problem in twelve years, after that I tried to upgrade it from 2 gb of ram with 8 GB from Corsair and 250 of SSD, but Widows 10 happened and ruined my user experience and short time after Intel sand a dawn grade and refuse to work normally, if that shittt widows in Intel won't happend i will still have a nice computer now.
So i probably buy a cheap second hand phone, not new because the prices are not the same for all the countries.
The names of companies are not important to me anymore, personally I don't see great phone products for at least 10/20 years from now, because all moast every one is copying Apple and the profit is more important than user experience, and we will see less innovation.