I have a realme and it Is so bad that the phone is borderline unusable. It's settings menu and system is impossible to navigate. Nothing makes sense. I have to continually google to find what something is called then search in settings because it's not under a menu. Guess what, app sound settings in neither under sound, or apps. You have to use the settings search. I wish i hadn't bought this pos. And what annoys me is all the reviews look at the components and not actually living with the thing, i wish i could get my money back.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2020Exactly. At least Apple collects way fewer data and they don't sell it to anyone who want... moreAs much as I hate Apple, but you are right...
Apple has the best privacy so far, and will always do so.
Two functions are not available in realme phone .while as xiomi is providing lots of Fonts and themes free of cost and users are enjoying different fonts of their choice.i suggest update free fonts and free themes for users.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2020Google, ironically enough. The rest is just common sense. Also, my brother is a senior softwar... moreWow that's ironic. How is he so dumb and still working for such a big company?
Redmi launched it by claiming chip level security, just so that we can get used to it by forgetting everything, but apparently Realme doesn't have to continue it once the public is used to it?
wbpwns, 24 Sep 2020How can verify your claims? Google, ironically enough. The rest is just common sense. Also, my brother is a senior software engineer and he won't even touch an Android smartphone or use any Google services, lol.
Genza, 21 Sep 2020I find it funnier to see people do not have the same resentment of the American government and... moreAmerican companies collect user data to profit from it or to use it to improve their software and some other reasonable things. The U.S. government collects and spies on user's data for national security reasons, like domestic and foreign enemies, terrorists, spies, etc. The Chinese government uses it by collecting it and spying on its citizens for both national security reasons AND to control them through intimidation tactics and violent means. They've ramped it up exponentially in recent years thanks to the emergence of new technologies like A.I.-powered facial recognition. It's quite amazing, really. They're so good at the spying game at home that they're effectively spying on many other countries now, too! Anyway, go to China and post anything pro-democracy and/or anti-government related and see what happens, lol.
I don't think what Snowden did is inherently wrong, but he did violate U.S. laws and betrayed his own country by revealing classified government documents that could've undermined our national security capabilities and damaged our relations with various international intelligence agencies and governments that were in the know.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2020Sound like typical Chinese state PR - no evidence, we deny of all doing... We're a clean ... moreIt's what they're really good at, lol. They just deny and deflect. Sure, American companies collect user data, but it's mostly related to money or for understandable reasons, like improving their software. Chinese companies collect user data to spy and control their citizens and spy and influence everyone else using their compromised crap. Either way, at least the U.S. government won't come barging through the door if I say or do anything they don't like. And if you ever go to China, you better hope they don't have any information on you already.
Vasra, 21 Sep 2020LOL, it's an Android Phone. No privacy whatsoever. Google owns you. Exactly. At least Apple collects way fewer data and they don't sell it to anyone who wants to buy it. Apple makes lots of money through its lucrative hardware business, whereas with Google, YOU are the product, lol.
Lol at all of you naive people arguing who collects and sells and who only collects data. Lol. Maybe you'll believe the moon is just a big piece of cheese in the sky.
As they say, we have smartphones and definitely not smart humans. Lmfao
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2020"Collecting" is one thing, selling is totally different.Lmfao so what are they collecting data for? Amuse me with your answer please
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2020"Collecting" is one thing, selling is totally different.People on this site are so naive.
You think Apple or any other company is collecting data for fun?
They all collect data and they all sell it.
Next time read the terms and conditions that'll take an average person a day to read the whole thing.
I guess Ignorance is bliss for you.
Demongornot, 22 Sep 2020Considering that the typical Android smartphone have data collection in both software and hard... moreAre you sure Apple isn't collecting your data?
Genza, 21 Sep 2020Based on the news about iPhone being hacked and information from Edward Snowden you won't... moreI totally agree! But at least iPhone/Apple (which i do NOT use) doesn't sell all your data, like Google does.
For security, both are full of holes and easily hacked by any intelligence agency, esp. if one is stupid enough to use a program like WhatsApp (that has SEVERAL unpatched security holes for years now).