Anas, 26 Jul 2020Not stable performance, realme phones
Using x2 pro, flagship.
No such performance i have the same issues on my x2 pro 12GB + 256 GB
what an expansive crap
There exists no smartphone brand who cares about mobility . Everyone has forgotten what the form factor of a true smartphone should be . Everyone is busy in competition for the best .Xiaomi recently launched POCO X2 and they call it a smartphone *cough-spit*. Its a phablet weighing more than 200grams. Why don't yall just make tablets huh.
I understand internal hardware requires space and stuff. But still Why don't they dare to imitate the S10E . Its the best smartphone one can get with display less than 6 inches , powerful hardware and a fine moderate camera.
Realme is a brand competing in the budget segment so why is there no smartphone for those don't play games and keep their phone in their "POCKETS AND NOT IN A BAG"
Kriegsherr, 26 Jul 2020Ha ha. true. I have never seen a realme phone user ever around me but the way he brags makes t... morerealme is subbrsnd of oppo and xiaomi are biggest smartphone maker which apple dont close come to oppo or xiaomi apple is just selling brand apple buy finished product and sell like apple Product a bilion comoany cnat made nothing so pathetic
CompactPhones5ever, 26 Jul 2020My guess is that the interviewer might've asked about it, but Realme's marketing tea... moreI'm not sure a company can even force their interviewer to not include a bad question(or a question that they can't answer). What will they do, stop giving them review units? Not give them any more interviews? Lol.
Also his explantation of realme's confusing naming is really lame. He literally said,"Our job is not to confuse customers). Yet there are 2 realme 6is in the world with totally different specs, one also being the narzo 10. He never explained the transition from X50 to X3 and how the X3 is somehow better than the X50(855+ vs. 765G)?
TechEnthusiast, 26 Jul 2020This is the same guy who said in an interview last year tht he wouldn't remove headphone ... moreWhen Xiaomi launched first 48 mp camera smartphone, he said he doesn't believe in higher megapixel... subsequently they got into rat race of megapixels and now have variety of devices with 48 and 64 mp camera devices
Raj, 26 Jul 2020Make one for 4-5K with Android Go in India. There are like 200 million people still on feature... moreHaven't you heard Redmi Go is already available in India?
Are you sure you're asking the CEO? not their marketing team?
It's like he's just trying to walk around the question and trying to make His brand looks much better than reality..
And I totally doubt about software support, even certain phone that they release last year didn't get Android Q update.
I use Realme5Pro and I'm sure it'll get at least Android R update, but probably nothing after that..
Daru Piyega Kya, 26 Jul 2020Lol funny interview. The way he brags about his brand is just next level. Every brand looking ... moreHa ha. true. I have never seen a realme phone user ever around me but the way he brags makes this Chinese brand!! look like the biggest brand in smartphone industry.
CompactPhones5ever, 26 Jul 2020lol I gave you a rating point for the effort of breaking the whole thing down, however to me t... moreThat's why you don't argue with an autistic, he will write fricking essaies xD
Well, he isn't wrong, literally Samsung needed to patch their Telephoto as they gave crappy results, and considering a 108MP sensor do barely more than a 12MP on an Xperia or Pixel, the tech is actually rushed, we barely touched 48MP which is a good sweetspot, and jumped too fast on the 64MP that Samsung wanted to play big numbers and release a 108 MP which despite being overkill, don't do better than a IMX689 which prefer a good tech over sheer raw number.
Photography on smartphone is a complex data analysis requiring complex softwares and AI that haven't mature for that level yet.
It is like the Nokia 9 which was a really good idea, but without a proper software to do with it, making it a big fail.
Aan2007, 25 Jul 2020poor interview not addressing elephant in the room - no bootloader unlock unless your wanna lo... moreMy guess is that the interviewer might've asked about it, but Realme's marketing team couldn't find a good answer to it so they demanded the question to be removed, it usually happens with these kind of interviews
Demongornot, 25 Jul 2020Lets break it down :
Q) First question literally say what they do is great and ask about su... morelol I gave you a rating point for the effort of breaking the whole thing down, however to me the article still feels like a paid commerical, i.e. how you mentioned "literally doesn't want to compare to the other brands while he could have bashed them and doesn't once say anything other than they want to make the best possible by avoiding to jump on some techs too soon." (in reply to his /or his marketing team's/ 108MP comments) - he literally DOES bash other brands saying "it requires a very high level of software readiness not just by any brand but by the whole industry" which implies the competitors aren't ready either, despite the fact that other brands who have used 108MP sensors delivered excellent results already.
Believe what you want to believe, to me it's a paid interview.
I guess it makes sense, if their idea that with a pop-up camera alone a phone has to be 9.4 mm thick (Realme X, way before 5G), just imagine how thick their phone would have to be if you added 5G! Infeasible!
In all seriousness, he's just talking nonsense. Then he's trying to justify it by saying it's the screen manufacturers that dictate the design. You think those notch/punch hole cutouts are standardized? No dude, you decide what design you want and they will make them to specifications. Honestly.
TechEnthusiast, 26 Jul 2020This is the same guy who said in an interview last year tht he wouldn't remove headphone ... moreHe just the an Indian leading operations team for the brand in India
Decisions like removing headphone jack are made over at BBK
Why does his face look so smug, like he's some sleazy drug lord that gives you a $hit-eating grin because you know what he does but he knows you can't prove it
Processing can be great even with hi res sensor, nokia was example, so was huawei with its 40mp, it was not the best at beginning but still better than low res alternatives.
What I see mostly considering naming/specs segmentation, in europe there is a lot of brands with worse specs, like with exynos, different cameras, etc. and I don't believe its some sort of difference in market.
Them not including jack in phones is the same as sony, swayed by others for no logical reason(excluding money they get from bt buds downgrade...).
TechEnthusiast, 26 Jul 2020You know poco f2 pro is a 5G phone with a pop up camera and big battery and screen.Yes, I answered another person who also gave me the K30 Pro/Poco F2 Pro as an exemple.
As I said, not only the difference between the two is that the Realme X50 Pro, which is comparable, have more complex 5G by having more bands available, and the K30 Pro is an exemple of the extreme case as they literally stacked the motherboard into two layers to get enough space.
Also I didn't say it is impossible, I said it probably wasn't possible back them (one year ago, after they abandoned the pop up) without compromises.
As for feasibility, thrust me, I am well aware that it is possible, actually I even made a electromagnetic actuated pop up design to basically prove to pop up haters that it could be improved past any "issues/weakness" it currently have.
As it would allow for a way smaller/more compact design (as you get rid of the motor) and have basically no wear and make it totally waterproof as the electromagnets would act through the phone's thin wall separating the pop up from the rest of the phone.
And since it only act in burst rather than continuously, it wouldn't cause interference issues that couldn't get mitigated, I actually designed a whole fictional concept phone around this pop up concept, though it isn't really done as I'll redo it completely in a better software to get more details and a better render, here it is if you are curious :
Though it isn't even a final design, I've way more advanced, futuristic (but feasible) tech for that, like a dynamic meta lens and mirrors for example that would make regular moving lenses obsolete.
This is the same guy who said in an interview last year tht he wouldn't remove headphone jack from phones and just after a few months he removed it. Talk about hypocrisy.
Demongornot, 25 Jul 2020He said that the reason why they STOPPED making pop ups, with good compromises, slightly thick... moreYou know poco f2 pro is a 5G phone with a pop up camera and big battery and screen.