playship645, 26 Jul 2020look what year it is then come back and reply with a aliquot response Who cares about what year it is!? Studio headphone companies still make wired headphones with 3.5mm jack or 2.5mm jack or jacks for instrument amplifiers. It's still makes the highest quality of sounds and Bluetooth headphones is still not ready as it still sounds muffled compared to the wired counterparts. You people deserve better sounds.
If you want wireless, go Planar Magnetic drivers, not the common Dynamic drivers. Drop x THX Panda headphones are the only wireless headphones that sound 100% like wired headphones because of whatever features are inside it and no other bluetooth headphones have it.
CompactPhones5ever, 26 Jul 2020Well I stand corrected, didn't see that one before. It's rather odd that some are al... moreHm... I'm not sure if they were forced to not show the camera comparisons or they just didn't want to show them. Most of the time, they will do a "first impression" with the basic details and first thoughts(without going into the key details) and maybe a full on review later.
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2020Just buy a OnePlus 7t then for 50-100$ extra. Might sound petty but I hate that fugly camera design.
I think it was definitely overhyped but on paper it's still an attractive position.
I just want an affordable phone with a half-decent camera, flat AMOLED display, 90hz refresh rate and the best version of Android *cough*OxygenOS*cough*
In that respect, the Nord ticks all of those boxes. I'm a little disappointed they cut corners with the plastic frame and monospeaker but those aren't dealbreakers to me.
Srn, 26 Jul 2020Why there is no headphone jack? look what year it is then come back and reply with a aliquot response
Freeloader, 26 Jul 2020Why does it even matter what processor it has? Or are you just a victim of marketing ?
If y... moreI mean, while we don't have to be using the fastest processor, we should also care about processor at some level. Especially Android. If it's an iPhone, sure, no brainer because they only produce one chip for each generation so the newer = the faster. Easy.
But Android is different. There are tons of models out there and you don't want to buy a smartphone from some brand that didn't mention the processor yet claiming that the phone is "fast", and selling it for $399. What if the processor was a mediatek from 2 years ago? What if it's a Snapdragon 400 series? I can't say that is a fast processor.
Android users should be wary of their choices because there's too many choices available. If people want to buy the right Android phone for them, I think to be safe they should at least have a little knowledge about the processor. At least they know that Snapdragon series has 4xx, 6xx, 7xx, 8xx and the price range they usually at. Other than that, minimum 4gb of RAM, 64GB storage and 4000mah battery I think for casual user they can use that for 2 years.
Hanif Fikri, 26 Jul 2020Midrange 2015 = 200$ 2017 = 250$ 2020 = 400$ 2030 = 1000$++we may not have phones by 2030
How does Android 10 count as 3 years of updates? It was released in 2019.
Freeloader, 26 Jul 2020Why does it even matter what processor it has? Or are you just a victim of marketing ? If y... moreYou are the victim of marketing like you said . Blindly believe what oppo trying to sell you without thinking there is s865 device at similiar price range . You are trying to defend the poor value of the phone .
Kali, 26 Jul 2020The results of this poll are not representative, because it's lacking an option for the n... morei can see you are one of those who vote its good and upset that so many people dont like it .
The results of this poll are not representative, because it's lacking an option for the neutral voter. Something like:
- it's a good phone with flagship marketing
I'm personally satisfied with my 7T, but the way this poll is set up you could foresee that it would go down this way.
Nord is a great phone. But it's so freaking overhyped it made the phone looks bad.
Idk why but I am still confused at the strategy of BBK to launch the literally same device under different skins and brand names, I mean it's definitely a workable business strategy wherein you just wanna kill the competition but in the end we as customers aren't exactly getting the diverse product offering that we used to get, say five years ago when u could get an HTC with a stereo speakers or an OnePlus with ceramic back, but these days it just seems like everyone is copying others😒