Roy-86, 21 Nov 2020I pre-ordered the day 1 and got the phone last Friday from apple. While setting up, I found t... moreI noticed the same in Germany in a shop, the display looked a bit yellow, even though I turned off the true tone. I had the same problem with my iPhone 11 last year and I returned it.
SFS, 22 Nov 2020While majority android users disable their 120hz and 5G just to save battery. Nah, my S20 5G stays on 120hz, it is crazy smooth.
I'm using S20+ on 120hz and the battery is more than great ! All day using the phone without problems ! I want to buy an Iphone but only if it has 120hz or more ! Without that, i don't care how fast it is or anything.
sa11oum, 22 Nov 2020I don't even understand the obsession with 120Hz - yes its obviously nice to have, no que... moreIt's a spec gimmick to make the stupid feel that they have something better than Apple or Google's products :)
Lately, it feels as if your constant reposting of DxOMark's plugs is starting to impact your own reporting. You keep bringing up the generally minimal processing artifacts in the latest iPhones, but completely ignore the worse processing artifacts and poor color balance of the Huawei and Xiaomi. I used to consider your reviews the best of any similar site and this trend is troubling and disappointing.
sa11oum, 22 Nov 2020I don't even understand the obsession with 120Hz - yes its obviously nice to have, no que... moreFor an OLED display higher refresh rate makes for less flickering caused by managing brightness levels through pulse-width modulation (PWM) method. Some people are more sensitive to that flickering and it may cause eye strain and headaches for them. So, it's not only about smoothness. Also, if Apple implement ProMotion display with LTPO tech (for better power efficiency) and make it a variable refresh rate like on iPad Pro, it may result in better battery life in some condition e.g. watching movies and reading books on less than 60 Hz, or maybe even always-on display with lowering refresh rate down to 1 Hz (like in Apple Watch 5/6).
Shamim, 22 Nov 2020Dear iPhone department I have observation recording in built call recorder, it's expansiv... morePhone recording is illegal in many countries so Apple choosing not to get into any legal issues that's why not giving inbuilt call recording. Even android is allowing only incoming call recording through google voice app or a third-party app. Similarly, Apple is giving the option to purchase a third-party app from the app store.
Shui8, 22 Nov 2020'Actual proven tech'
Let me guess. According to you its The Verge right? 😂
Thi... morenah not just the verge.
ANY site, including GSMA has better ideas of which phones are great compared to the blue anonymous guy and now you.
SFS, 22 Nov 2020While majority android users disable their 120hz and 5G just to save battery. I don't even understand the obsession with 120Hz - yes its obviously nice to have, no question, but is it really that big of a deal? I really don't think it is. I have an iPad Pro 2018 and an iPhone and I use both of them equally throughout the day. I only see the difference when I think about it and look for it, otherwise it's not even noticeable... Do I want it on my smartphone? Yes. Do I think it's a dealbreaker, or a feature that is on my must-have list? Not even close!
SFS, 22 Nov 2020While majority android users disable their 120hz and 5G just to save battery. I am running 160hz on my ROG 3.
12hr Screen on Time.
Plz take your lies about Android users dialing down refresh rate in your Apple echo chamber.
SFS, 22 Nov 2020While majority android users disable their 120hz and 5G just to save battery. We just got a Mi 10 ultra in our family.
My Wife hasn't touched the refresh rate setting.
She is getting around 8hr SOT with her usage operating at 120hz. Almost twice as much as her previous phone. And the battery charging speed is just insane, 35-40% in 5min.
Why would anyone dial the refresh rate down to 60hz and have a subpar user experience in 2020?
Steve, 22 Nov 2020Android is also safer if u choose not to sideload apps.True man! Sideloading apps is the way to go.
I update them every 15-20 days.
Google Play services remains frozen behind a firewall (not allowed to connect to the Internet).
Removed Google play services dependencies for certain apps using Lucky Patcher.
Privacy is in our hands on Android.Things like these are not possible on iOS.
In iOS, the system apps and others end up automatically connect to the Internet with no provision of putting them behind a firewall. And the stock firewall is terrible.
SFS, 22 Nov 2020While majority android users disable their 120hz and 5G just to save battery. Lol why would they disable HRR?
It hardly costs them 10% more battery.
And with ultra fast charging, refilling the battery is super quick unlike IPhones where you are plugged to the charger for hours.
SFS, 22 Nov 2020While majority android users disable their 120hz and 5G just to save battery. That is actually correct. Regular users will just enable Power saving mode. Only demanding but few users actually realize that their phones have HRR.
Still, I expect iPhone to have HRR panel. It's a shame the A14 is extremely powerful but locked behind a 60Hz screen.
Dear iPhone department I have observation recording in built call recorder, it's expansive cell phone but don't have in built call recorder please think about this topics,
Thanks for understanding
LoveSunsets, 21 Nov 2020No one has mentioned the Zoom capability for regular photos, is it only a measly 2.5 times? My... moreLol please, that 10x and 30x zoom is still purely digital. The 2.5x zoom in this phone is a pure zoom since it has its own sensor.
Jasper5774, 21 Nov 2020Did not updated my iphone only coz of face ID. It's so annoying to enter password or sl... moreI so doubt if Apple will go back to the fingerprint scanner. That is why I'm still eyeing the iPhone 8 Plus to this day. Facial recognition is still a big joke, especially for Android.
Wow. It's almost 2021 and Apple is still stuck with 60 Hz panels? That's just.. An achievement of its own kind.