Syah, 29 Aug 2017Is the camera and battery life good? Does it has heating problem?Best camera performance.Good battery backup.No heating while browsing and watching YouTube.If download sometimes heating.But adjustable.I recommend to you.
AnonD-649506, 28 Aug 2017The Pixel was a flagship at the time it was released with the latest processor. It won't be a ... moreBetween was and won't be is the present, in which the Pixel(s) *ARE* Google's flagship phone. By your own logic OP5 isn't a flagship either, as the OP5T is likely to come-out in November (very near to the Pixel 2) with a next-generation SD836.
By the way, nice jedi dancing around the fact specs and benchmarks alone don't make a flagship, but rather the novelties and unique features that set that phone apart from the others. You can't call Honor a mid-ranger without putting the OP5 in that category as well. And yes, a mid-ranger can have flagship performance while still being a zero-innovation copy-cat cost effective cheap alternative (aka mid-ranger).
Anonym, 28 Aug 2017About Kirin: so by your own standards, the LG G6 is not a flagship neither are the Google Pixe... moreThe Pixel was a flagship at the time it was released with the latest processor. It won't be a flagship anymore once the Pixel 2 is released.
Given that the G6 has the last year's SD 821 processor WHILE flagships of 2017 are being released has one meaning to me, LG is trying to rip you off with last year's processor phone deemed as flagship.
I repeat it, some common sense people, for God's sake!!
AnonD-649506, 28 Aug 2017Let's get into your first point, first Kirin 960 outperforms 821 in some day to day processes... moreMeans your comparing a mid ranger to a flagship.
So, please, cut the crap, and stop convincing yourself and others with bullshit my dear.
Shhzd amar, 28 Aug 2017Kirin 960's performance lies between the 821 and the 835, in some areas it outperforms the 821... moreLet's get into your first point, first Kirin 960 outperforms 821 in some day to day processes, not heavy graphics games for sure. SD 835 outperforms Kirin 960 in all aspects. So cut the crap my dear.
Last year's processor shoved in new phones means it's a mid-ranger. So when you compare a crappy honor to OP5,
AnonD-649506, 28 Aug 2017First thing that proves your ignorance is that you're matching up the SD 821 with the SD 835, ... moreKirin 960's performance lies between the 821 and the 835, in some areas it outperforms the 821so it is comparable with the 835...
The point is that you said the honor lineup as midranger... Which is not true by any means... Prove that honor is midrange and don't get into useless stupid conversations... And ps don't utter bullshit to make your statements right...
AnonD-649506, 28 Aug 2017First thing that proves your ignorance is that you're matching up the SD 821 with the SD 835, ... moreAbout Kirin: so by your own standards, the LG G6 is not a flagship neither are the Google Pixels. Way to shoot your foot...
I dislike Touchwiz even more, does that mean all of the sudden the Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note8 aren't flagships? I think not.
You talk about benchmarks and specs, yet you forget flagships are meant to be unique in some way, introducing some kind of novelty that makes them easily recognizable. LG G6 has wide-lesses camera, Pixel(s) are the reference in PQ, Galaxy S8 is the overall flagship reference and the Honor now has an amazing hyperglazed-alike back along with a secondary BW sensor that almost seems like borrowed from their Leica counterparts.
Like it or not, that's a flagship right there.
Shhzd amar, 28 Aug 2017My dear baby, firstly the honor 8 pro has a kirin 960 chipset which competes the SD 821 and 83... moreFirst thing that proves your ignorance is that you're matching up the SD 821 with the SD 835, Kirim 960.
Kirin 960 is last year's chipset and should be only compared with SD 821. HUGE differences in performance if compared the latter with SD 835.
Second point, it's not only about Honor but Huawei in general; the UI is heavy and looks childish, meanwhile OP have chosen the light and the closest to naked Android, that's one factor on why it's the fastest phone on planet Earth now.
Last but not least (Honor) brand is Huawei draft, they first draft their shit there then start rolling into Huawei devices, so it's going to be most likely loaded with half baked features.
How about moving your ass from here and try to get more info before embarrassing your self with your minimal tech knowledge and bad English.
S8 @ 43K | C7 Pro @ 19K | Onplue5 @ 33K
Could someone please advise me which is the best option among them?
My priority is seamless quality interface experience, good camera, video viewing, and music. I don't play a lot of games. It would help if you could share your views for your choice as well.
Shhzd amar, 28 Aug 2017Oh, my dear baby, firstly the honor 8 pro has a kirin 960 chipset which competes the SD 821 an... moreThe latest Huawei Honors are, by all means, in the same segment as OnePlus and Xiaomi Mi.
In fact, the Honor 8 is more of a flagship than the OnePlus 5 ever was, as it actually has an unique character (and build process) that resembles true flagships. It is also that sub-brand flagship (Honor is a brand marketed separately from the parent company Huawei, just like OnePlus is a brand marketed separately from others of its parent company, such as Oppo).
The only real negative the Honor has is that Kirin SoCs aren't as well supported as Qualcomm Snapdragons, which reflects negatively in 3rd-party ROM support (aka the only reason I even consider the OP5).
AnonD-649506, 26 Aug 2017You lack the basic knowledge, my dear. I will refrain from further useless discussions.My dear baby, firstly the honor 8 pro has a kirin 960 chipset which competes the SD 821 and 835... It has a dual camera setup, a 12mp normal and a 12mp monocrome... It has a quad HD screen, which is better than the oneplus 5...
So from the above specifications, I don't see any mid range thing found on the honor 8 pro... Please let me know, how are you, or by which means you are calling it a midranger???
Galileo's dudes claim that OnePlus 5 supports their navigation system
Shhzd amar, 28 Aug 2017Bro the thing is, the S7 edge has a quad HD display panel, so it has to push a lot more pixels... moreEven oneplus is entering the marketing game... There is a hike in price of oneplus, the MI 6 is still cheaper than the oneplus 5 with the same SD 835... Just have a look, oneplus 3 was at 28k which was a very good price tag, the launched the 3T at 30k, did the 2k price hype justified? No, because SD821 and SD820 would not have a 2k hype, the 16mp sensor produced the same quality images as the 8mp, yes it would be 29k, maybe that would be justified... Again the oneplus 5 came, for 33k, but now the the MI6 is still cheaper than it... That's because of marketing... Oneplus never pushed out so much ads for the 3 & 3T... Just because of advertisements, they are hyping prices... What oneplus doesn't know is that its already a good brand and it does not need such advertising... Hope oneplus improves
Manoj kumar, 27 Aug 2017I am confused which one to buy my choices are iphone 7 plus,samsung s8 plus or one plus 5 plea... moreDepends upon your priorities... I would go any day the iPhone 7 plus if my priority was camera, S8 plus for the 18:9 ratio and oneplus 5 if low budget...
AnonD-584437, 26 Aug 2017I think oneplus prices are lower because they don't spend too much money on advertising and pr... moreBro the thing is, the S7 edge has a quad HD display panel, so it has to push a lot more pixels as compared to the oneplus 3T with a 1080p screen...
Also, one thing that matters is the optimisations, I have no thing against oneplus, even I'm using a oneplus 3 myself, but the software optimisations on the oneplus 3 & 3T aren't that good, the phone heats up a little even with casual usage, which isn't the case with the S7 edge, the processor needs to be underclocked to decrease heating which takes a direct hit on the performance, but I appreciate Samsung's efforts for the S7 edge, because even after having a heavy UI like touchwiz it doesnt lag that much and pushes a quad HD screen with ease...
One thing that also matters is quality, samsung phones can easily last 2-2.5 years... But I don't think so oneplus can last this long... Maybe I'm wrong...
The price variation is legit, because as compared to oneplus, samsung after sales are far better, even the parts are cheaper... I remember one incident, where a oneplus 3 was completely destroyed and the owner was quoted a price of 48k for repairing it... Lol