Hello I like to know how was the music on this device?
is it loud? thanks!
Gallant effort by bluray OEM to produce topend smartphone. Yet like many OEMs they missed on a few vital specs to truly compete worldwide.
Any 1080p large screen device must have very large storage capacity and this device lacks SD external and should only come with 32gb. With RAM a commodity don't understand why OEMS and carriers charge premium price for 16 to 32gb upgrades.
Until power cell tech advances OEMs must stop embedding batteries. As a road warrior any device with embedded battery is useless. Even with CPU power advancements the ability to changeover power cells is a requirement.
No LTE yet. With newer modem technology there's almost no reason for a flagship device to launch as 3G only. Lack of radio not a deal breaker here but many still seem to desire internal radio.
Camera tech in this device may only be average. Realizing megapixels is still marketing tool its understandable why OEMs have gone to 13MP but would rather see better sensors with advanced firmware. With other OEMS putting more into their photo specs any flagship must follow. Still should take decent pix.
Older CPU? With the Exynos dual quads and snapdragon s600 and s800 a flagship shouldn't use last generation CPU nor GPU. Still the S4 Pro will do decent job.
Awaiting in depth review of OEMS version of android. Hopefully would be pure full android 4.x and not localized to OEM locale which prior devices have used making it more difficult to use in west.
Finally seems price is bit high but not overly so.
Lacks LTE modem and non-removable battery on an older S4 Pro CPU. No idea if there is any localized warranty for repair or replacement meaning you could be offline for weeks. Seems pricey for unestablished OEM outside local market.
Nice sleek design. Decent specs but not entirely leading edge. Will be interesting to see how it lasts and if OEM launches any needed updates to ROM and if upgrade to 4.3 happens.
Conclusion : not enough for price. Without LTE capability its a no-go here in u.s.
Nice specs but overpriced in USA. Why buy a device with prior generation CPU that's not that much less cost than likely superior quality phone from established OEM? And then have to deal with non western versioning of Android OS? For couple hundred more there are S600 devices available.
Nonetheless the Find 5 has very decent specs and seems to have a few good reviews although durability and longevity haven't been substantiated as of yet.
The Opposed Find 5 is likely one if the best devices yet to come out of the mainland but without better track record and with $500 USD price tag it just doesn't seem competitive enough to purchase as primary device. Not to mention should you need warranty service where it would likely be weeks to get replaced or repaired.
Also needs CDMA version if OEM wishes to really penetrate USA market. Which means modem used should have been capable of any/all type networks. Not everyone uses AT&T or T-Mobile.......
AnonD-3934, 28 May 2013It looks better than most of the "American/European" phones, also made in China...i agree if this phone looks stylish and very thin, but is this durable?
my phone now is heavy and thick, but still fine even it fall for hundred. is this phone will be the same?
i dont want to buy something expensive if i dont know the durability.
It looks better than most of the "American/European" phones, also made in China...
this phone is very good quality. it's not the china low grade phone. wish to have one soon in indonesia, just enter this month \o/
Oppo announced the launch of their European store. The price starts at 399euro for find 5. Just search oppostyle europe.
A minimum of 32G of internal storage ain't what I'd call a 'problem'! And the HTC ONE's superb audio, cam software, design/build quality probably make it the best out there at the mo.
It looks a lot like my old Xperia Arc. Even the ever so slightly curvy back. If I weren't such a Sony fan boy I'd definitely go for this device. (Bought the Z by the way)