Anonymous, 26 Oct 2020But its a cheap Xiaomi phone with an ad ridden OS , no international warranty and very unrelia... moreIt looked like you never used a Xiaomi phone before. You should try one before spreading misinformations.
I am using a Mi 9 and my daughter using Redmi Note 8. MIUI has a lot of useful features with constant updates. We never got ads on our international version Malaysian set phones. Yes, there is 1 year warranty for any new Xiaomi and Redmi phone. Our 2 phones are still performing well after 1 year.
I was sceptical at first of buying any Xiaomi phone after the online commenters such as yourself constantly talking about 'ads' and 'spying'. But I made my research and really glad I made the right decision by getting the Mi 9 to replace my old Sony XZ. In fact, I plan to upgrade to Mi 10 successor next year after pleasant experience with the Mi 9.
Really really bad price/performance ratios, jesus christ. As bad as Nokia/HMD. What the hell happened to OnePlus?
Mid-rangers that still cost more then most of the better options on the market.
SD460 for 200 euro is really bad.
SD690 for 360 euro is in the ball part of where you get SD765 or 732 with other good specs or more expensive specs like amoled screen or just better option for cameras and other hardware.
The N100 is already outclassed by the Moto G Power (Aka, Moto G8 Power) for the same price.
OnePlus Nord N100: take the Oppo A53 and remove 90 Hz support from the screen, bump up the price!
OnePlus Nord N10 5G: take the Realme 7, make the battery smaller (4300 mAh, why!!!), Swap Mediatek G95 for SD 690 5G
Obviously with the 5G chipset, the N10 5G was supposed to be more expensive, I admit, however there's no justification for the price of the N100 in my opinion when even the counterpart OPPO model it is based off is cheaper with the 90 Hz screen!
OnePlus, this is not who you were and what you were supposed to be....
domraym, 26 Oct 2020Oof. From flagship only chipsets to midrange 5g and then a entry level SD 400 phone in less th... moreIt's because the sales of their "flagships" are virtually nonexistent in Europe. No average consumer, and I mean none has even heard of them. So there's no way people are going to pay €1,000 for their phones. For that money people will get s Samsung or an iPhone
I need to do a hell of a lot of settling to put up with those two!
AnonD-964130, 26 Oct 2020N10 also has stereo speakers ,read againWhen I posted my comment it said that the N10 did not have stereo speakers. If you had bothered to read through the comments you'd have seen that Peter the guy who wrote the article said the article was incorrect at first and has since been updated
If I'm going to compromise on price-performance I'm just going to get a Samsung and not have to worry about geopolitical shenanigans with China.
As soon as these Chinese brands get to the point of being able to charge a "brand premium" their entire purpose is gone IMO.
Duh. Nothing worth buying again. Bigger and bigger, still need to stick to compact Pixels..
Really bad chipset in the N100.. even cheap Redmi 9 has a decent Helio G80 ..... oneplus is driving the brand down now ???
Companies be shoving 5G down our throat 😂 bruh, 4G is more than enough for outside activities, we be downloading on our wifi anyway
I've bought an Oppo A9 2020 for the same money you can buy the N100, but in comparison the Oppo looks better, even though both are from BBK. Really strange decision from OnePlus.
Aahh...! Now we know why Carl Pei left this drowning company. I don't think the brand value will remain as it was before with the "flagship killers".
And last year one company said that they'll only bring oled display phones n now see this😑. Well they're not bad by any mean but nothing interesting about this phone..
In fact nowadays I don't get excited for any phone. Mate 40 series were interesting but no Huawei for me for obvious reasons.
Last tym I was damn excited for oneplus 7 pro. N they were really good phones n only flagship with popup.