DDD, 20 Mar 2019You claim to own 3 premium phones, yet you always slag off the Samsung.
Why do you keep buyin... moreUser Experience!
Most Note 5 users "upgraded" to the Note 8 because of the Samsung Dual App which comes as an alternative to the paid Parallel Space. They intentionally kept it off Note 5 down, meanwhile other OEMs like even Alcatel, Lenovo, Infinix, Xiaomi have these features inbuilt across their line-up.
Huawei for Android is the best option and my personal user Experience with the Huawei Mate 20X makes me understand more what value is for one's cash.
D45, 20 Mar 2019I'm not a Samsung hater either and own a Galaxy Note 8 (From the Note 5) But after buying the ... moreYou claim to own 3 premium phones, yet you always slag off the Samsung.
Why do you keep buying it?
And what makes you such an expert on the company?
Maria, 20 Mar 2019I used to be a Samsung hater since the keypad phone era. I bought mostly Nokia, just once Son... moreI'm not a Samsung hater either and own a Galaxy Note 8 (From the Note 5) But after buying the Huawei Mate 20X (bundled with the m pen) and using it, it made me realize how wasteful my spending on Samsung has been.
I used to have the Blackberry Keyone also for emails BUT I installed the Blackberry Hub+ on my Mate 20X and IT didn't need my blackberry phone anymore.
I did install the same software on my Note 8 and apart from the fruatrating lag in syncing emails, it was just a horrible Experience and made the sunscription worthless, until I got the Mate 20X.
The Mate 20X is a worthy Android alternative to my Apple iPhone Xs Max for general use and business communications (which is my priority!)
Huawei is a serious option for any smart shopper and Samsung is purely overpriced ripoff (from my experince)
I'm not a Xiaomi fan in ANY way. And Samsung couldn't pay me to ever change my views because its my experienced fact.
D45, 19 Mar 2019iOS has come a long way through developments and versions.
As an iOS user, I know how robus... moreI used to be a Samsung hater since the keypad phone era. I bought mostly Nokia, just once Sony Ericsson, no Samsung at all. My first Samsung is Galaxy S9+ because of the Samsung Experience User Interface. Eventhou it has Samsung own app but all of them can be hiden, disabled and even unsintalled. That is the most I like. The Samsung UI is the best so far, besides native Android in the Pixel family.
For your note: I am not a Huawei hater or lover. I am Xiaomi lover indeed. And I am not paid by Samsung.
Nizasuvath, 20 Mar 2019Hi guys i want ur suggestion currently i'm using A series A5 2017 midrange model which is the ... moreI vote for Galaxy S10, as I do not need the dual front camera and love more compact phone.
Chee Khuan, 19 Mar 2019I am using Chrome to watch online drama.
With the same version, the size of the Chrome in S... moreAnd that goes for all commonly used and installed apps.
That's why after 3 months, the lag becomes horrible.
Hi guys i want ur suggestion currently i'm using A series A5 2017 midrange model which is the best upgrade phone s10 or s10 plus give ur comments thanks!
imRGZ, 19 Mar 2019Better and comparable to Apple's iOS? Wow. Such a crazy Huawei fanboy you are?!? Huawei's supp... moreSince many users are asking for the features which are available in HUAWEI but could not be found in SAMSUNG, such as double tap to wake up the screen (previously available in older HUAWEI devices) and lift the phone to wake up the screen(available now in latest HUAWEI devices) , SAMSUNG put these two features in the S10 series.
But this has caused the phone overheat, shorter battery life and butt - dials problems (when the phone is inside your pocket).
D45, 19 Mar 2019In terms of UI, Huawei wins by a long stretch because its own EMUI customization of Android in... moreI am using Chrome to watch online drama.
With the same version, the size of the Chrome in SAMSUNG Experience UI 9.5 (Android 8.1) is more than 500MB.
The size of the Chrome in HUAWEI EMUI 8.2 (Android 8.1) is less than 250MB.
imRGZ, 19 Mar 2019Screen burnins? Okay. I never experienced it or any cracks or lags in my Samsungs till date. A... moreThe display greenish is a fault of LG display (a South Korea company, which is same country with SAMSUNG) , it is beyond the control of HUAWEI in quality control but HUAWEI is taking the responsibility to exchange / repair all the Mate20 Pro (only) with this issue.
Mate20 is using a LCD display, do not have such issue.
Although Mate20 X is using a OLED display, but it is not from LG display, so also don't have such issue.
D45, 19 Mar 2019Let me put it in a simpler form for you; If there are any OEMs who would invest in a new cellu... moreApple: Definitely overpriced as hell. Apple, nowadays make phones made of unpractical slabs of glass.
imRGZ, 19 Mar 2019Apple and Overpriced are synonyms. Especially from 2018. You are expecting them to be cheaper?Let me put it in a simpler form for you; If there are any OEMs who would invest in a new cellular power backup supply and not make overpriced, timed-disposable, fragile and non-practical slab of glass, it would be either Apple or Huawei
D45, 19 Mar 2019iOS has come a long way through developments and versions.
As an iOS user, I know how robus... moreSecure?
Apple is the most prone to hacking?
Remember celeb nudes getting hacked? PMSL
imRGZ, 19 Mar 2019Better and comparable to Apple's iOS? Wow. Such a crazy Huawei fanboy you are?!? Huawei's supp... moreiOS has come a long way through developments and versions.
As an iOS user, I know how robust, secure and important it is to my business and what it offers as against the Android that is only for mobiles and plagued with security loopholes and official data fisching by Google itself.
Huawei coming up with its own OS is welcome because this is (like apple) not just for mobiles but for laptops and that makes it a platform; the syncing and integration is what helps business users coupled with expected security of data.
In all, Huawei is on the right track making reliable hardware; practical, efficient and user-friendly unlike Samsung
Maria, 19 Mar 2019I appreciate your opinion about value for money. Personally, my thought about value for money ... moreIn terms of UI, Huawei wins by a long stretch because its own EMUI customization of Android interacts well to enhance the speed and avoid any lags over time. This is not the case with Samsung as their "Experience" and "OneUI" ultimately doesn't eventually work well with Google's Android and that results in the widely known lag over time.
For me, Huawei wins in every aspect and Samsung doesn't even compare anymore. And by the way, I currently own and use the Galaxy Note 8 and the Huawei Mate 20X (with the M Pen) - There's just NO basis to compare
D45, 18 Mar 2019oh! and by the way, the third major os is coming from huawei to run on their phones, tablets a... moreBetter and comparable to Apple's iOS? Wow. Such a crazy Huawei fanboy you are?!? Huawei's supposed OS will most probably end up as an also ran OS. Forget about iOS, it wont be even as smooth as Vanilla Android. I have experienced many Chinese UI, most of them are blatant copies of iOS.
D45, 19 Mar 2019its funny that your 'toughtful' buyer will waste money on galaxy and regret the screen burn-in... moreScreen burnins? Okay. I never experienced it or any cracks or lags in my Samsungs till date. And Huawei? What about Mate 20's yellow/green tint issues? Aren't you aware of it or sleeping through it?
D45, 19 Mar 2019i would trust a government backed oem to go beyond making overpriced, fragile, timed-disposabl... moreApple and Overpriced are synonyms. Especially from 2018. You are expecting them to be cheaper?
D45, 19 Mar 2019its never about the price or budget but about the value for the money. huawei mate 20x 8/256 c... moreI appreciate your opinion about value for money. Personally, my thought about value for money is not only what money can buy for the hardware but also the software. If only hardware, the value for money is only valid in the day you buy the new phone.
While all technologies and even the design of all phones look the same and at least, similar, the User Interface is my final assessment. The UI is not only simpilicity (which is showed by color, text, gesture, additional features, etc) but also stability and security. Yes, of course, we can see the UI so clearly in the Android world. But we can feel and take the difference during the usage.
Anonymous, 18 Mar 2019I think this phone is great. Huawei is also catching up. I believe they are both brother from ... moreHUAWEI and SAMSUNG are not brother from the same mother.
SAMSUNG will use some tricks in order to monopoly in some market segments, such as OLED panels but HUAWEI do not use such tricks.