cranverry, 01 May 2019Ya'll should just switch to Huawei. Samsung and Apple are cool if ya'll want to impress but re... moreNo offense, but buying something different just because you're stupid enough to think it's "innovative" is stupid. Buying tried and tested phones that do EVERYTHING better than other phones is SMART, not stupid. You keep experiment with shit products, I'll stick to my iPhones that literally never, ever, not once skipped a beat or in any way disappointed me.
Shelly, 15 May 2019Its a phone with a beautiful outer finish and the picture quality is just awesome. Might be a ... morelol a little. Honestly its a good phone but the price is 30% above what you get for it
Its a phone with a beautiful outer finish and the picture quality is just awesome. Might be a little overpriced but the screen resolution and really good.
Why it's no con as 3mm jack off ????
Charging is slow with the provided charger
It's iOS and it has a ton of restrictions, especially customization-wise
The most expensive smartphone with absurdly costly storage upgrades
Apple, please put the camera settings in the camera where they belong already
Ya'll should just switch to Huawei. Samsung and Apple are cool if ya'll want to impress but really they havent innovated shit in years. they sell the same phone in a ''different style'' and you still buy it... no offense but thats stupid.
Though not as innovative as as its predecessor, IPhone XS is still a very powerful and elegant phone IMO (much more beautiful then IPhone XR), though a little bit pricey.
I like this phone. It has pretty decent RF performance, I use it in a Seattle house in a full basement with no windows.
No transmission or reception issues.
"Bokeh is lifted from most expensive DSLR cameras"... really?!?
That could be the newest marketing-nonsense low. At least for people whoa re really interested in photography.
On large sensor cameras, bokeh happens naturally, as a result of camera's aperture and characteristics of light itself. It is bullet-proof. No scene complexity and light condition can fool it. On small sensor phone cameras, it is software generated (with a help of dedicated hardware) and - as decent as it may look, with some luck - it is still reasonably easy to trick. Even with Nokia 9 with that 1000-something levels ToF sensor.
Otherwise, nice phone. Sadly, insanely overpriced.