Anonymous, 12 Jan 2021What makes you prefer a flat screen out of interest.? I nearly didn't buy my Mi10 bec... moreMy feeling is that when the curved screen came for the first time it was novelty for us. I personally loved it but then with time got bored. The next phone was a flat screen and kept alternating . So the bottom line is that I found them both to be great and its good to have variety at times.
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021Listen, different people have different preferences. It is indeed a great device. You can'... morePeople love to critisize.
It amazing how many people know so much about a product they have never even seen, let alone used 🙄
Dara, 11 Jan 20216.81" display perfectly works for me, but I prefer flat screen even at the same price.What makes you prefer a flat screen out of interest.?
I nearly didn't buy my Mi10 because there are so many negative comments about curved screens on here, though I've yet to find any disadvantages.
I expect when I have to replace the factory Hydrogel Screen Protector this might be an issue depending on fit and longevity of aftermarket ones, as the factory versions do not seem to be available, but I would never go back to a flat screen after using the mi10
IpsDisplay, 11 Jan 2021Nice joke buddy your telling me with how popular pubg is to the average Joe test to see how st... moreYour name is the biggest joke lmfao ips display sucks...pubg is getting banned in many countries...people dont buy phones on pubg parameter
its high Range price
AnonD-964130, 11 Jan 2021 As i said these dont have any significance to general consumers as they barely utilise half o... moreNice joke buddy your telling me with how popular pubg is to the average Joe test to see how stable a phone handle games is not for the average?
Get out of here and stop shifting the goal post
nostromov, 11 Jan 2021It has to be "as good as an sd855 in gaming", because SDM865 outperforms the SDM755 ... moreLooks like the 865 is the best choice for now. Kirin 9000 is in between 888 and 865 in efficency, and their game turbo should help in popular titles like pubgm atleast.
That usb 2.0 was what kept me away from the k20 pro.
6.81" display perfectly works for me, but I prefer flat screen even at the same price.
Xiaomi Mi series are getting bigger overtime...
Android Authority, 11 Jan 2021It's the best display on the market right now. First phone with 480hz touch sampling rat... moreand you get so much hate when you criticize an upcoming 2021 1000 usd plastic samsung that taps out on full hd LTPS screen with mediocre camera setup,justisying that its what you pay for and this would be the same persons who will post that this is "this Mi 11 is too expensive for its specs" go figure..
AnonD-973296, 11 Jan 2021ya but it has the worst looking OS alongside crap like EMUI, colorOS, originOS and what not. b... morei guess somebody have been misinformed, if you will be able to sort thru all the reviews from 2020 various top 10 tech reviewers from youtube that xiaomi has become the 2nd most favorite UI after oxygenOS and that says everything, since oxygenOs is almost stock android and most reviewers are very hard to please ,since most of them are IOS lovers.
regs, 11 Jan 2021iPhone 12 is not positioned as high end device. Mi 11 is positioned as flagship. 1. Huawei... moreListen, different people have different preferences. It is indeed a great device. You can't call it a device with midrange specs. Honestly, smartphones have not gone so far that you need to spend over 250£. Then, why are premium devices important?? Many people want best quality device. That's the key reason. You don't need high resolution screen for Photoshop or high refresh rate screen. That's fine. But, how on Earth are you thinking of nano memory card although you can afford a flagship device? Even, 150£ phones now have 128 GB. Most importantly, you can't use nano memory card. You can boast of your device having 8K60 video. But it will never match 4K video quality by a 500$ camera. Every phone isn't intended for every person. I know other factors might be important for you for choosing Huawei. But you can't call Mi 11 a bad device. I am not telling you to buy Mi 11. I am just forbidding you to smash other devices unknowingly.
Headphone Jack? No? = hard pass.
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021It looks fine to me and you can customise it if you want. There are plenty of themes to choose... morei will openly admit, vivo's OS (colorOS i think) new version does look more...better, its cleaner and not as cartoony now
AnonD-973296, 11 Jan 2021ya but it has the worst looking OS alongside crap like EMUI, colorOS, originOS and what not. b... moreIt looks fine to me and you can customise it if you want. There are plenty of themes to choose from. I quite like the stock icon animations though.
You get what you pay for nothing MORE
IpsDisplay, 10 Jan 2021No like actual WiFi signal strength capabilities long and short range Thermal stability whe... more As i said these dont have any significance to general consumers as they barely utilise half of phones performance at best...with what reference standers are these youtube techies comparing?! Its a first sd 888 device ...or say suppose compare with 1200 bucks phone,double the price?!! People buy phones as per budget and brand preference...wifi signal strength is a part of normal review only,i dint say about that...even as gamers ,pros play with low graphics to maximise performance anyway...
Mediatek sux, 11 Jan 2021Golden reviewer did a gaming test, its as good as an sd855 in gaming. Technick did a battery d... moreIt has to be "as good as an sd855 in gaming", because SDM865 outperforms the SDM755 Plus (the "plus", as the regular becomes obsolete the very moment the incremental upgrade happens) and SDM755 Plus only has "Higher GPU frequency (~7%)".
So, again, the point is to get a device with the Snapdragon 865 Plus and, otherwise, something like the OnePlus 7T Pro is just fine (even though SDM865 has "29% higher memory bandwidth" for example), until the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro /Ultra drops; and this time, hopefully, an Ultra could go Global?! :)
*problems with Xiaomi *will* remain, though, as long as they're sticking to USB 2.0 (slow and obsolete) and, also, any model with the "Macro" camera is always out of the question: 90% of the time, 99% of users will not ever (!) use the macro lens - Xiaomi have to, just, stop -stubbornly- putting it on there, lolz. xD