JULIEN, 06 Feb 2020I'm sure it has an NFCBut, but...when I tried to order it say it doesnt support ?!?!
anyone knows if any brand of phone above 730 processor uses wifi 6 or ax standard ?
In the description it is said that the device has NFC, however in the link on the site where I wanna order it, it says IT DOESN'T SUPPORT NFC ???
for me ips lcd is better maybe oled has better blacks but lcd has better whites and long life ...... even the iphone 11 and xr as I think use lcd in flagships so it is really good . IT is a very good lcd quality just looks at the blacks between the 2 punch holes and with the support of hdr10 content and 120 hz and +600 brightness it is better than a midrange amoled with 60hz
Xiaomi is traveling with reverse gear at high speed... the k20 pro is the masterpiece in every way and all aspects
Xiaomi is traveling with reverse gear at high speed........ the k20 pro is the best.
I'm sorry, but that rear camera design is HIDEOUS! That kind of design makes Huawei Mate 30 Pro or OnePlus 7T looks much better.
Abhi, 23 Jan 2020As per I know, (AM)OLED and IPS both are belog to other technics, Samsung is use AMOLED to inf... moreread it with open eyes :p , its clearly mentioned "Card slot microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot)"
loyi, 21 Jan 2020?why use ips, be better they use oled? which is better IPS or oled? :OAs per I know, (AM)OLED and IPS both are belog to other technics, Samsung is use AMOLED to infinite Contrast whether the Apple use IPS. Both are similler, The quallity depand to the pixel, resulation and other customization.
Does it really have a micro sd card slot? It's a dual nano sim? Can someone tell me how to use this?
IPS or OLED?
Depending on how you make judgment regarding the quality of the display. If you only care about the initial display quality when you first purchase the phone, then most users will select OLED. If you care about the overall display quality over the course of several years of ownership, then many users will choose IPS LCD.
Due to the inevitable oxidation of internal organic elements, an OLED panel typically has a lifespan of 3-5 years. Anything beyond 3rd year is in God's hands. You will typically start to notice drop in brightness, color shift, etc.
For most recently produced IPS LCD, the lifespan is 6-8 years or longer, you can typically use it well beyond 7 years without noticing any deterioration of display quality.
(It is almost impossible to adjust the OLED panel to simultaneously display "neutral-white" and "natural skin-tone". You have to choose one or the other.)
this phone packs all the basics of a phone! Plus its very reasonable price point!