SQ, 28 Sep 2019You'd be better off going with the redmi note 8 pro. About 30 quid more but a lot more power, ... moreUnfortunately the Redmi Note 8 Pro hasn't been released in Indonesia. There has been no news about its release here, and I'm looking forward to its release here. I'm also considering the P30 Lite
GroundZEro, 28 Sep 2019Good phone for student like me? Looking for a phone with long lasting battery life, decent per... moreYou'd be better off going with the redmi note 8 pro. About 30 quid more but a lot more power, better camera (64mp) and this phone using gorilla glass 3 while the redmi note 8 pro uses gorilla glass 5. Design wise, very similar but a bigger screen as well on the redmi note 8 pro. Also, no NFC on this phone but the redmi note 8 pro has it. The Helio processor on the redmi has been shown to be more powerful than the Snapdragon 730 and quite close to the 845. You get more bang for your buck with the redmi.
Good phone for student like me? Looking for a phone with long lasting battery life, decent performance and good for long term use..
Bill, 26 Sep 2019thks for your information.I feel like the need to point you out because what that person has said are mostly half correct.
I've been a R5P user for less than a week and I don't think the camera is terrible let alone worse than R3P (which is one of his recommendations). It has plastic build but not necessarily fragile unless against scratches of course.
Stock Android doesn't necessarily provide better gaming experience especially when they do not have a built in game enhancer which I found very useful to prevent disturbances.
Lastly If you want a phone for gaming in long term, I'd strongly suggest getting any with good SoCs, at least UFS 2.1 and a decent cooling solution. The last one is crucial in maintaining performance because no matter how advanced a mobile SoC is, heat will always cause throttling. Considering the minimal price difference between R3P and R5P (at least in my country) I'd definitely take the latter solely due to the UFS 2.1 on the 5 Pro.
A, 22 Sep 2019Which one better for long term (3-5 years) and used for games (rpg and moba) between realme 5 ... moreFirst off all, don't buy Realme 5 Pro. It's a bad phone with terrible camera in indoor light and at night. Its built quality is second weakest of all Realme phones, after Realme 5.
Secondly, your friend is wrong. I've used phones for 5 years without any performance drop and still handle games as they did before. Just don't update your phone unless necessary. They make phones slower in updates to make you buy new phones.
Thirdly, Snapdragon 710, 712, 730 have slightly more powerful GPU compared to Kirin 980.
However, KIRIN chipsets come with a buffer that allows them to pull stable FPS in games compared to other chipsets.
So they're about same.
Fourth of all, pure android phones like Nokia 8.1 offer better performance.
You can also buy Nokia 8 with Snapdragon 835, which can handle PUBG on Ultra HD (maximum graphics), but it has smaller screen.
I suggest to pick from Nokia 8, Nokia 8.1, Nova 5T and Realme 3 Pro.
Realme X is also fine. Haven't looked into XT yet.
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2019custom rom in 2019 ? are you kidding ?nearly every oems rom suck. too much iphone-clone, not optimized enough, aggressive memory killing, and not to mention the slow updates, both main version and security one.
so yeah, custom rom in 2019 are still relevant. you could get more performance, better security, reliability, and stability. not to mention the gsi scene are thriving well.
Which one better for long term (3-5 years) and used for games (rpg and moba) between realme 5 pro and huawei nova 5T? My friend said mid end chipset only work best for gaming for 2-3 years after that it wont work well. I want to upgrade my samsung J2 prime since it doesnt works well since 1 year ago. Please answer anyone.
Kimee, 22 Sep 2019This pro version should have Amoled. How can you call a it a pro if it has LCD screen? Redmi note 8 pro doesnt even have AMOLED