I have a 4 years old Moto X Play with 1500 contrast and 620cd/m2. So I have to downgrade after 4 years of technology "advancement" and double the price.
Wonder who's going to be first brand to offer non-artificial looking HDR ...
Most of them has huge colour enhancement. Totally unnecessary.
In 2019 only S10 5G and Xperia 1 have Gorilla 6 on both sides.
I hate these cost cuts brands do.
Like Motorola that loves to use Gorilla 3 and 4 .
Tanase Adrian, 28 May 2019yeah,about that...how do you think it is soo cheap?!makes you wonder....oled,triple cameras,sd... moreBut it's better than 450 nits , phonearena tested it up to 570+ nits
I wonder if theres something wrong with the device gsmarena got?
Anonymous, 28 May 2019"Only"? This is among the most important things. If you can't see it in bright conditions, the... moreyeah,about that...how do you think it is soo cheap?!makes you wonder....oled,triple cameras,sd855....for THAT money...i don't know...i was thinking about it too,but i think i'll stick with zenfone.they already pushed an update to their camera,and to be fait, i have a bunch of oleds and none was clearly visible in direct sunlight,whatever the make.i think 450 nits is more than ok.it is just a too good package .
Anonymous, 28 May 2019"Only"? This is among the most important things. If you can't see it in bright conditions, the... morePhonearena measured it to better specs though in their hands-on (more closer to 600nits).. i wonder if something wrong with the brightness test?
Oh, and also, this phone ticks the box for a good Android experience, apparently.
Using what's is there, keeping it simple and improving on what's missing in stock Android.
No stupid bloat ware. I like that very much.
Whackcar, 28 May 2019Damn, that's rather impressive. Only the display is mediocre, everything else is pretty good. ... more"Only"? This is among the most important things. If you can't see it in bright conditions, the phome is useless.
Dissapointing. I was very hyped and couldn't wait to buy it, but i guess i'll have to settle for the K20, at least it'll also be cheaper.
Damn, I was looking forwards to this phone as it has everything I need in a "flagship" phone:
- Headphone jack
- Dual Sim + SD card reader
- No "notch" etc.
- Reasonable battery size
- IPS display
- No useless curved edges on the display
- No absurd pricing
HOWEVER, it's a huge shame the display isn't of such a high quality as I had hoped. I prefer a good IPS panel over any (current) LED one; sadly, this doesn't look like the panel I was hoping for.
Guess I will have to wait for more reviews, and maybe hope the Redmi K20 Pro will deliver a better package.