Guyss please tell me which is better
Galaxy note 8 or one plus 6
Please tell me in comments
I can't stress enough for real Note8 users to get even a minimal protection (skins do not count) against drops. Even if you are "very careful" and "never drop" you phone, something or someone will. Best minimal protection that I'm using is the Rhinoshield Crashguard:
It had saved my Note8 from one nasty drop from a 1-meter fall facing down.
And to charge it is the nifty Scosce 4000 mAh that magnetically attaches to the back of the Note8. Charges with 2 Ampere speed to top up you battery. Taken off after not needed any more for no bulk on the phone.
Fast wireless charging takes 3x more time to charge the same amount.
anonymous, 10 Jul 20186gb memory (ram) for phone and not 6 gb of internet data for your info Did you read the previous comment?
He said 5GB of data usage, he didn't said memory RAM.
And it is just an insult when I said 6GB of data because he cannot afford unlimited data subscription.
Read first before you react!
Tang0N0vember, 10 Jul 2018You do know I use the Note8.You use Note 3 with plastic body and no wireless charging. Cheap!
Tang0N0vember, 10 Jul 2018You do know I use the Note8.All I know is you use Note 3 only.
Tang0N0vember, 10 Jul 2018Extended battery means I don't even carry any charger, nor have to top up power via wireless c... moreMore than 5GB of data? Is it 6GB of data? Cheap!
Our office provides free WiFi internet for all employees.
And while outside the office I have monthly unlimited data subscription, not 5GB, not 6GB it is unlimited every month.
Extended battery means you have to carry additional bulky battery with you every where.
While my wireless charging pad is stationed only in the office.
Another in the car and another at home. All I have to carry is my phone, no extra battery.
Tang0N0vember, 10 Jul 2018Extended battery means I don't even carry any charger, nor have to top up power via wireless c... moreHow does a big, bulky, ugly phone feels inside your skinny jeans pocket?
My slim Note 8 feels comfortably inside my pocket whatever I do, like sitting, squatting.
By the way, no worry in our office. I can even leave my wallet on my table and nobody will even think to touch it. We are all professionals here and we receive more than enough salary to think of stealing other people's belongings.
TCool, 10 Jul 2018For how long it will be in your bag? The whole day? LOL! Why do you need to charge it inside y... moreExtended battery means I don't even carry any charger, nor have to top up power via wireless charging pad "AT THE OFFICE", nor change battery.
My Note 3 with a Zerolemon 10,000 mAh could function up to a total of 13 hours + of screen on time, up to 2 days of heavy use with more than 5 GB of data usage. http://flic.kr/p/Wixnw7
You have to have a separate power bank, a wireless charging pad at the office.
Again, i can not be charging despite heavy use. While you have to leave your phone exposed to possible theft at the office while wireless charging. I keep my mobile phone in my pocket when I don't use it.
Removable battery makes a lot more sense.
Tang0N0vember, 09 Jul 2018Having the battery sealed is not a "progress" and encourages short-term usage of a product in ... moreWhether you like it or not, removable battery will never ever make a come back.
Move on and accept the reality.
Tang0N0vember, 10 Jul 2018Yeah, but you can't wirelessly charge if your Huawei phone doesn't have that feature... Sucks,... moreFor how long it will be in your bag? The whole day? LOL! Why do you need to charge it inside your bag? Weird!
By the time I reached my office, my phone still have 95% charge and I will take it out my bag and lay it gracefully on the fast wireless charging pad without generating heat whatsoever contrary to your claim. Every time it is not use it lays comfortably on the ORIGINAL (not imitation) Samsung wireless charging pad that protects the phone from over charging without heating. By the time I will use it, the phone battery charge is full in no time. I don't need to make the acrobatic process of changing the battery and wait for some time until the phone boot. That's a waste of time. You like wasting precious time with your Note 3.
Tang0N0vember, 10 Jul 2018Yeah, but you can't wirelessly charge if your Huawei phone doesn't have that feature... Sucks,... moreI feel sorry for you, get the fact right. I am using Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for your information. And I don't want to make it thick and ugly. I use wireless charging power bank. Charging without wires but keeping my phone slim and beautiful.
TCool, 09 Jul 2018I prefer 10000mAh battery pack with wireless charging without making my phone thick and UGLY.
... moreYeah, but you can't wirelessly charge if your Huawei phone doesn't have that feature... Sucks, right? Having a glass back without any other reason than to make it shiny and fragile.
Wireless charging, or even fast wireless charging is the slowest method of charging. It generates more heat, and the system slows down to roughly 300 to 400 mA, instead of the promised 700 mA once it hits high 30°C. Wireless charging wastes 30% to 40% of power capacity to heat. Plugging in to a laptop is even faster!
These are all scientific facts about inductive charging. Someone gifted me a fast wireless charging pad, and have really tried for 2 weeks. I even bought a (fast) Quick charge 3.0 power bank to match it up. Putting in down to charge some 20% took over 1 hour because the heat rose to 38-39°C! While the same 20% I can regain in 20 minutes with REGULAR WIRED 1.5A charging! This is monitored through AccuBattery app.
You can't brag about wireless charging because you'd likely have a power bank integrate that only has a regular (not fast) wireless charging. That's even slower!!! And the fact your Huawei can't entirely.
You can even charge wireless in your bag - you need them aligned.
I have single sim note 8, plz tell me does it has option to install directly/remove apps and games to its memory card?
TCool, 09 Jul 2018Nah... low end phone from the past can do that.
Nothing special.Which is pretty good for a late 2013 Note 3. Nearing 5 years and keeps going. No need for me to go to a service center for a battery replacement. 10,000 mAh Zerolemon extended battery. This is the advantage of removable battery. I don't even have to worry about Depth of Discharges, or going full charging because I still can get a replacement for a battery any time. :-)
I am going to use the Note 3 until it dies naturally. I'm getting well worth my purchase of it. And that bothers you.