redmi 3 vs J7
i love J7 for the removable battery tho, that is the best point.
but other feature is just "not there" for J7
AnonD-352420, 30 Jan 2016The j7 uses the weaker but more efficient new gen low range exynos chip and only 150nits of br... moreI agree whole heartedly with your opinion and your approach. Thank you, sir :-)
Wait first of all let it be launched in india then experience it whether it is average or not and keep in mind that it is only 7000 Rs ( approx. ) mobile so not to expect so much from it
What type of language guys you are using that Redmi 3 is just an average phone and only taxi drivers are only the buyer of this product etc explore your thinking taxi drivers have iphones too ,dont be childish
Redmi 3 is just everayg phone, Meizu has much butter userbase, No glass protection, No gyro, In the name of mettal utter low quality almunium.. $106 phone is now solding at $180. people bye M1 metal is gud fpone with sot 7 ours, only taxidrivers bye Redmi-rice 3. Love meeizu awesome fphone and software.
AnonD-25, 30 Jan 2016You are reasoning is correct and this is why we've so far just went for 50% on the brightness ... moreNo plans to test low power/stamina mode? Also how I know which phone last most with 4G internet + screen on/off which is how are used phones today? ???
this phone will be available in india only when xiaomi sold enough of it in china,and xiamoi boss in india only mentioned releasing redmi note 3 and mi5 for India,so i won't be surprised if they don't this release this phone in India
AnonD-352420, 30 Jan 2016Still a compromise, because 200 does not always look like 200. With a low reflection and a hig... moreYou are reasoning is correct and this is why we've so far just went for 50% on the brightness slider. Some sort of a real-life brightness setting should be best but is almost impossible to come up with ...
So we've decided that a move to 200nits would make the situation more controlled. The Xperia Z5 doesn't have especially high outdoor visibility or especially low reflectivity and yet at 50% on its slider the screen lights up with mere 90nits.
That can't be fair to its Samsung competitor, which not only has lower reflectivity, but also lights up at 208nits at 50%.
So with the move to 200nits we'll attempt to level the playing field and remove the display brightness as a variable and we'll leave the battery efficiency of the other components to battle it out.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2016Xiaomi's software engineers need to visit doctor.Haha, too right, too right. Their skin is insanely heavy and hard to use... Bad, bad software engineers.
There's no mention about the quick charge 2.0/3.0 so I assume that there's none. How long does it take for each charge from 0 - 100%?
34k on antutu? running performance mode?
can u try in normal mode? i think it is less than 25k :)
The problem with the Redmi lineup is the update support. Redmi 1 never get pass Kitkat, only getting lipstick UI update. Xiaomi provides great value for the money, but I don't see why it is so difficult to be more generous in updating the Redmi lineup when they already put an effort in faking MIUI UI update on it. I mean a bunch of people on their free time managed to get Lollipop and Marshmallow running on the Redmi 1S.