some people blame the ads bla bla. be honest. u are stupid enough dont know how to disable those ads
Sevy, 21 Oct 2020Can I ask if the phone will un smooth and fast?EU/AU version probably. Not Asian version with excessive bloatware.
Anonymous, 20 Oct 2020Yes.
Ppl in China prefer to pay $1200 on P40 Pro+ than paying half on Xiaomi flagship. Seriously Are you chinese or speakig from chinese?
also xiaomi flagships have good build quality but still they need to have water resistant.
removing jack from smartphone is different from removing charger from box
whats wrong with you that isn't even question
Ben, 21 Oct 2020Manufacturers can reduce more on plastic usage if they widen the gap of producing new models. ... moreI disagree. An example is that with two model launched in a year (with the latter being the successor), they produced 50000 units each (total 100000 units), and with only one model to produce in a longer period, they simply produce 100000 units of it. So I don't think there will be a significant drop in plastic usage or whatsoever but reducing the gap where a model is launched.
Can I ask if the phone will un smooth and fast?
This is good and about time. I'm sick of seeing phones unboxed and everything inside the box is pointlessly covered in plastic film or little plastic bags, none of which is recyclable.
Ben, 21 Oct 2020Manufacturers can reduce more on plastic usage if they widen the gap of producing new models. ... moreI agree. The problem are Android apps are evolving (resource hungry and not efficent) so fast that make the phones lag and the phone's hardware are mostly not upgradeable or replaceable unlike laptop and computer. Not to mention what will happen if the phone gets heavy accident.
Flagship phones are too expensive for many middle income people to afford. Mid ranges with lifespan at least 3 years are the best choice in my opinion...
Manufacturers can reduce more on plastic usage if they widen the gap of producing new models. Manufacturers are wise enough to put those little upgrades to new models every now and then instead of consolidating them into a single model. This is purely business. They knew that a lot of people wants to keep with the latest model and are willing to discard a functional and not so old phone in favor of this models. Why not just extend a longer support to the phones to discourage people from replacing phone and thus reduce the use of plastics.
Anonymous, 20 Oct 2020Low Marketing , + no scamming like exynos midrange wich throttle to 300k in antutu after minut... moreBetter own slow cheapo Note 20 than Chinese flagship except Oppo & Huawei, with Brazzers ads thanks to adware.
Anonymous, 20 Oct 2020Yes. Ppl in China prefer to pay $1200 on P40 Pro+ than paying half on Xiaomi flagship. Bcoz of brand image. Huawei's a much better brand than Xiaomi.
Reduce plastic by releasing less models each year. Now up to.....Realme.
Mr. Yes, 20 Oct 2020Xiaomi can keep their bloody phones with that crap called MIUI. That saves even more plastic a... moreWhy so much hate? Miui isn't bad at all. It is well optimised. Just disable things you never use. And disable ads.
Xiaomi can keep their bloody phones with that crap called MIUI. That saves even more plastic and material.
JDK, 20 Oct 2020Oneplus nord is $400. iPhone 12 mini is $700. 700$ in usa not europe, africa or asia as I think
Anonymous, 20 Oct 2020So much success, I wonder why they cannot sell as much flagships as Huawei and Samsung. Not e... moreBecause if you're going to spend 1k on a phone. Might've as well get a Samsung or iPhone. Xiaomis flagships lag behind by not having as good build quality and not having ip68.
The only Xiaomi phones worth buying are their midrange and budget ones like Mi 10T Lite or Redmi Note 9 series