Since iPhone users keep the phones for many years, I recomment that you skip the 4G versions and go straight for the 5G ones. Why? Because the 5G rollout is in full swing and it won't be long before it's pretty much everywhere. You don't want to be stuck with 4G speeds for the next ~5 years.
harwey, 26 Jun 2020What Android flagships in N.America,apart from Samsung?Especially among the young people, they tend to prefer iphones more than any other phones. Survey says 84% teenagers own an iphone, and i can see that as well.
harwey, 26 Jun 2020What Android flagships in N.America,apart from Samsung?Google, Oneplus, Huawei (Canada), and some motorola or Lg i suppose. Huawei is very popular in Canada.
Anonymous, 26 Jun 2020If this turns out to be true, android flagships are doomed in North America.What Android flagships in N.America,apart from Samsung?
If they are gonna sell the base iPhone 12 at $550(with 4G), it would be an absolute steal! But they are most likely gonna keep it 5G only.
impinas, 26 Jun 2020549$, which, in Europe, will make arround 1,499€.nah, that will make around 650-600 euros.
AhmedSLL, 26 Jun 2020Not android, you came from troublesome miui 11 on a mid-range redmi device. Try oxygen os, one... moreI had bad software experiences with Samsung phones too. Asus ones too. Xiaomi ones. Nokia ones.
Maybe with Huawei phones not so many bad experiences, back in the days of P9 and P10.
But for me, iphone is the ultimate phone when it comes to software working properly. I had already 2 iphones and 2 ipads in the past and all of them worked flawlessly.
The only reason I disliked IOS is because of poor compatibility with other devices (including external devices). With the introducing of IOS 13 that changed. I even connected a microsd card to my iphone recently and copied all my music and my photos to my iphone (with the help of some micro sd card reader and some app).
And now with the introducing of IOS 14 even more feature will come to iphones. So why bother with Android phones anymore? Android phones are perfect until first major update hits the phone, then is bye bye smooth experience (at least this is what happen to me).
Apple for once is pricing their phones accordingly, if it's price really ends up being like that then it will give Flagship Killer Androids run for their money, tho I am not getting my hopes up till we see anything offical considering this is apple we are talking about
shesha, 26 Jun 2020Given the life of an OLED display and the numerous problems like purple tint and screen burn, ... moreJust take care of your phone a bit more, like not display static image for hours (like maps). And you'll be fine. I've been using a same phone for 5 years, its oled panel has no burn in whatsoever.
AhmedSLL, 26 Jun 2020I'm I dreaming right know? Apple is letting their customers choose between Lte and 5G while An... moreAndroid companies aren't forcing 5G on users, Qualcomm is, Qualcomm is starting to integrate 5G in their chipset leaving manufacturers without an option when it comes to top end flagship and midrange chipsets, so when it comes to SD powered phones, blame Qualcomm.
If this turns out to be true, android flagships are doomed in North America.
Bogdan, 26 Jun 2020I already did. Sick of so many problems with my Android phones. In the end, I change my 1 mont... moreAs per issue this Android device , I shifted to Android after 6 yrs from iOS , Sold iPhone X and Traded iPhone SE 1gen for S20 exynos varients which only available in my country, my biggest mistake of my life buying stupid S20 device, Waiting for iPhone 12 5.4inc
Bogdan, 26 Jun 2020I already did. Sick of so many problems with my Android phones. In the end, I change my 1 mont... moreNot android, you came from troublesome miui 11 on a mid-range redmi device. Try oxygen os, one ui 2.1 ( with a sd soc), then you can judge.
I'm I dreaming right know? Apple is letting their customers choose between Lte and 5G while Android smartphone companies are forcing 5G overpriced phones over their clients. Sounds too good to be true, but we'll see.
jrant, 26 Jun 20202020 feels like the year where most Android user will migrate over to iOS or dual-wield an iOS... moreI already did. Sick of so many problems with my Android phones. In the end, I change my 1 month old Redmi Note 8 Pro with a 3 years old iphone SE 2016 model. Didn't even cared that I came from 6.53" to 4". I just wanted to get out from Android. Is not really my first iphone or Apple device, but with these recent updates to IOS, I think this time I will remain here.
I even deleted my google account, lol.