Anonymous, 27 Oct 2020I think this is about people using a phone more than a few monthsYh I use my phones for many years. Still using my Sony Xperia Z5 as a daily phone for which has my international SIM inside it. No issues even after 5 years 👌🏼
Allow me to reiterate my comment in other article regarding my experience using a Nokia phone. Initially, I didn't like the pure Android the Nokia employed in their phones. But as time went by, I have come to appreciate the simplicity and easiness of the Android One software, especially when it comes to data and file syncing with multiple apps. I don't know if I can give up this kind of clean and easy software. Coupled that with Nokia's old solid metal phone, my overall experience is one of premium simplicity. I just hope they go back to their old style of creating solid metal phone and employ the front-firing speaker design.
I have planned to keep my phone for around 5 years. It's only the first year now. Let's see how my first ever phone from Xiaomi goes.
good job to nokia... but still not convinced to add more nokias... still my most recent ones are x2 dual sim and 909...
perhaps later, id jump from xperia back to nokia, if i see something special...
Another "let's not talk about the elephant in the room" angle of a known Android problem.
All of them would have been at 100% if Google hadn't been the greedy cartel mobster colluding with network operators and the likes to guarantee planned obsolescence.
Nokia and one plus less number of phones manufactured in a year...coverage is easier
I am sticking to Huawei/honor, Realme & TECNO after my lackluster shitty experience with Nokia 3... :I
They only miss out on two things
Agressive priced smartphones and IoT products
booby, 27 Oct 2020As an owner of a Nokia 7 Plus, I can say that these results don't reflect the reality. Ma... moreThis definitely looks like fanboyism. I read a comment on a YouTube comparing Nokia phones to Google Pixels. How is that even a comparison? Nokia doesn’t make the OS and uses off the shelf parts and sells them at a much higher price than every other brand. Google on the other hand makes and maintains the Android OS with first-in-line updates for its own Pixel devices along with exclusive software features for Pixels and also exclusive hardware like Titan M security chip and Pixel Visual Core.
Samsung is a manufacturing giant. Although I’m not a huge fan of OneUI I can see its appeal. Samsung’s phones are available everywhere and have excellent after sales support record. I can understand that Samsung has been the default Android phone for many people for over a decade.
Most Chinese brands make excellent value for money smartphone and at least have a better chipset than others at the same price point.
Nokia literally does nothing.
Anonymous, 27 Oct 2020Board shows the 10 OEMs with more sales. Ah okay. Fair enough. I wasn't sure of that cause I had a quick glance - currently out shopping lol 😂
Does xiaomi phones have worse quality than other brands like Samsung Huawei and oppo. are they less reliable? And is miui bad? Because reviewers never mention this but users are always complaining.
Nokia is Nokia, and Nokia doesn't break
I've brought a couple of Sony Xperia handsets over the last 12 months and I don't agree with this report. Over the iPhone X, which I used over Spring 2019, I have to say I prefer the Xperias.
As an owner of a Nokia 7 Plus, I can say that these results don't reflect the reality. Maybe they reflect fanboism? Nokia fans are loving the brand unconditionaly :)