MrLong, 08 Sep 2020I used 3 Samsungs (2 Note and 1 S Samsung).
All experienced slowdown after 1 year usage. My... moreAren't you using a 50$ Unheard Chinese first copy brand?
Keep believing that the Samsung/Apple fake logo on your phone was real.
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020"Apple would get obliterated if Huawei was allowed to sell their phones in the US." ... moreBecause of good deal of Sammy and Huawei Apple went to the vane... Apple should have been banned in china.. Those non English alphabetic people only know show up
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020Warning Xiaomi is coming very soon. Samsung must work harder.Xiaomi might be the next US government target after Huawei is done & dusted. So Samsung should'n be worried at all :).
[deleted post]"Apple would get obliterated if Huawei was allowed to sell their phones in the US."
I know you are just trolling, but care to explain why iPhone sales in EU haven't been affected by Huawei if what you say is true? Huawei is not and never been threat for Apple because Huawei runs android. People who buy iPhone want iOS and iOS ecosystem. Huawei phones are still same android phones which market are already full off.
What Huawei offers what for example Samsung already haven't offered years? If people in US would switch to Huawei they would have switched to Samsung many years ago already, but they keep buying iPhone because of iOS and Apple ecosystem and that will never change.
Warning Xiaomi is coming very soon. Samsung must work harder.
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2020Your chinese brands built their legacy upon stolen ip from Western companies that abused cheap... more100% correct. Most Chinese phones are not selling well outside because of the IP issue. They steal the IP and then want to sell....well then they need to pay for the IP they use and they do not.
Chinese phones with Global IPs are sold without IP Royalty. If Chinese Government forced the law for IP, they would not be so cheap and the market in China would be very different.
Always been an issue in China. Non Chinese Brands are not supported properly.
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2020Ridiculous statements like this is why I come to this site.
It’s comedy hour every day.Agree with you. Take out China and Huawei were never anywhere. S many silly comments from people that have no real idea. If only people could take a step back and rationalise how the world works.
Not about opinions, it is about the business sector. Apple and Samsung have Pioneered the industry for years, flooding money in to original innovations. For the people the love Nokia of old....look back and understand what happened there. The Mass outsourcing, the massive investment in Symbian and the stubbornness to stick with it when all other founders fled to Android. The made huge mistakes that caused their downfall. Symbian was good, but it had huge limitations. Sick of hearing about Nokia. They are a million miles from where they were. Nostalgia has no place in modern and Innovative Technology. In Telco, everyone feeds off the innovations of the top 2 and the top 1 is selling plenty of its innovations in to the rest.
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020You are exagerating, I always used samsung phones, there is no slowdown after 1 year like you ... moreI used 3 Samsungs (2 Note and 1 S Samsung).
All experienced slowdown after 1 year usage. My most recent Samsung may have slowed down, but still sufficient at least.
Tried an iPhone as well and is much snappier in daily use.
Ice Universe (a reliable Samsung leakster) has indicated that Exynos AMD partnership may be delayed for a year. This means that Exynos 1000 does not use AMD GPU. No further updates on the partnership means that it's likely that that chipset will still be underperforming.
see huawei :))))
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020This was before it got banned. This was also the time where Huawei was dishing out better dev... moreSo you continue with your trolling. It's always been around 1% in US because Huawei doesn't even officially sell phones in US, how could their share grow rapidly? :D Almost all phones in US are sold by carriers and no carrier sell Huawei phones there.
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020True. Huawei was rapidly taking up marketshare in the US."
What? :D Huawei marketshare... moreThis was before it got banned.
This was also the time where Huawei was dishing out better devices especially on the camera front.
MrLong, 08 Sep 2020Just look at how Android copied many navigation gesture elements and Dark mode. Also contactle... moreStop spreading misinformation,
apple copied all the features you have mentioned.
Navigation gestures came from blackberry.
Dark Mode came from Samsung's One UI
Contact-less payment was way more superior on Samsung phones before apple even thought of it, and it still is, FACT!
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020True. Huawei was rapidly taking up marketshare in the US.
Android on Huawei is light years ah... moreTrue. Huawei was rapidly taking up marketshare in the US."
What? :D Huawei marketshare is 1% in US. You are going way too far with your trolling
I don't think Samsung will retain the place if no option for Snapdragon chipset for their flagship in Asia markets
MrLong, 08 Sep 2020Samsung succeding?
Check some Counterpoint statistics and sales globally except in several ... moreYou are exagerating, I always used samsung phones, there is no slowdown after 1 year like you claim.
Exynos may be at a disadvantage in face of snapdragon. But samsung us determined to improve it next year.
Samsung manufacters DRAM, flash storage, sAMOLED,cameras for other OEMs. So your chinese phone has some of the mist critical parts made by samsung.
MrLong, 08 Sep 2020Just look at how Android copied many navigation gesture elements and Dark mode. Also contactle... moreAll those things existed on Android long back through third party apps.
It only got incorporated into the OS late.
So technically it was Apple copying and playing catchup like a dog.
iOS can only dream about being as advanced as Android.
lol it took them 10 years to deliver basic widgets and app drawer all of which are still half baked and full of bugs.
Even budget devices are embarrassing iOS in terms of software features and ease of use.
All the Optimization PR campaign from Apple has been badly exposed in the real world.
Handicapped ecosystem of iOS will never be as polished as Android.
Boggy-Stefy, 07 Sep 2020I would rather see Sony there, or LG, or Nokia, or HTC, than these cheap Chinese phones. The... morefrom a former sony/sony ericsson user for 03-19 and around 12 sony/sony ericsson phones, starting sony ericsson Z600 to last one sony xperia XZs, but i have changed to Huawei p30 pro, sony phones has a few niggling bugs every so often, so far p30 pro have had very little issues or bugs, extremely stable and usable Ui, maybe around 5 years ago chinese phones Ui were nasty and horrible, I played my aunt in law redmi s2 back in 2015 and it was horrible, but now they have probably improved over the generations
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020Crippled Android experience?
What about the handicapped nature of widgets on iOS.
Even budge... moreJust look at how Android copied many navigation gesture elements and Dark mode. Also contactless payment.
Maybe $500+ Android does well, but $100 Android? Into my dustbin.
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2020Must be frustrating for you to see Samsung succeeding. Samsung succeding?
Check some Counterpoint statistics and sales globally except in several parts of Asia have gone down sharply.
Apple and Xiaomi sales recently have been a success.
It's due to Samsung's uncompetitive pricing and Exynos chipset. Almost no one wants to buy a phone that slows down significantly after 1 year use.
I used to have Samsungs on my desk. Nowadays they go into my dustbin.