Jonatec, 15 Mar 2020Q. How durable is the Gorilla glass back? Can it be used without a case as it has a glass back... morealthough that is gorilla glass, it can be scratched by dust, you better to use case. From what i know, if you drop your phone with the glass exactly hit the ground, it will got a little Cracks
And yeah it depending how tall you drop it, you can break gorilla glass easily
Jonatec, 15 Mar 2020Q. How durable is the Gorilla glass back? Can it be used without a case as it has a glass back... morewell Gorilla Glass 5 is supposedly more durable than older Gorilla Glasses but i think i should stick with what James said, he's right
Jonatec, 15 Mar 2020Q. How durable is the Gorilla glass back? Can it be used without a case as it has a glass back... moreThe gorilla glass doesn't matter. Glass is glass and glass breaks. I have been using it with a case and I dropped it like 2 or 3 times and everything's fine. It depends how you drop it, from what height you drop it and on what you drop it.
Q. How durable is the Gorilla glass back? Can it be used without a case as it has a glass back?
I had a Huawei with a glass back and it cracked and I wasn't even dropped.
Hey guys I just saw a review about another phone but the reviewer said that there is shadowing around the edges because of the IPS LCD screen, because this type of screen is illuminated from behind. So these shadows are completely normal. I do not know how big your shadowing is and I am not claiming that all the shadows are normal. Maybe there are some devices which yeah were not build perfectly or got dropped or something and then the shadowing appeared. You can still get it to your warranty service but I would not really recommend this. It depends on your country but for example in my country, Romania, this is kinda useless... Last year I got my Huawei P20 Lite's battery replaced because it only lasted like 2-3 hours or so and after I waiting like 2 weeks and I used a shitty phone guess what. The battery got replaced but it was even worse.
GorujoCY, 15 Mar 2020So you want me to test the camera on a third party app even tho the main camera app still take... moreEdit: still takes great photos (especially in main cam)
Idk maybe you are trying to enchance the macro/ultrawide camera for better photos like that? You are seriously making me curious there
santiagorrr, 15 Mar 2020Good someone to install open Camera from google app and verify how well it handles the macro a... moreSo you want me to test the camera on a third party app even tho the main camera app still takes photos and works well?
JamesWeebs, 15 Mar 2020Well so, no significant upgrade on chipset between rn8p and rn9pI would figure, considering now i think both RN8P and RN9P will be staying in the midrange list of phones because of their chipset and specs
danipatnam, 15 Mar 2020maybe 720GWell so, no significant upgrade on chipset between rn8p and rn9p
JamesWeebs, 14 Mar 2020rn9p has 730G not 750G isn't it?maybe 720G
Good someone to install open Camera from google app and verify how well it handles the macro and hdr photo of the app's function thanks I'll wait for the answer or show via link to compare thanks
JamesWeebs, 14 Mar 2020rn9p has 730G not 750G isn't it?No, it has 720G.
Joeking, 14 Mar 2020Am thinking of buying the RN8P since realme X2 and Poco X2 is unavailable in my region.. Buyin... moreI have RN8P since December and can only recommend it. Great performance (I become fan of Mediatek) awesome battery and high end design. Looking on RN9P is only small upgrade over RN8P, bigger battery, similiar performance and photo expirience, same screen. I think it goes to the design - I prefer RN8P notch over ugly 'hole on the screen' (totally personal opinion) and I'm not a fan of rectangular photo island. I will not upgrade and wait for RN10P hehe.
Joeking, 14 Mar 2020Am thinking of buying the RN8P since realme X2 and Poco X2 is unavailable in my region.. Buyin... moreI think I already posted below about which to choose but it seems like you are asking for gaming this time
Idk what the battery Endurance will be the RN9P tbf but the RN8P has an outstanding battery life so it should be a good choice if you are planning to play mobile games for a long time.
Now talking about Performance, The RN8P is still outstanding but im not sure what is different between the Snapdragon 750G and the Mediatek Helio G90T as i never owned a Snapdragon phone but I'll leave that to someone who experienced it to see if there is a difference.
I think overall, both phones should be outstanding but I would wait for more information about the RN9P then consider which I should buy.
Am thinking of buying the RN8P since realme X2 and Poco X2 is unavailable in my region.. Buying on Amazon or alibaba den shipping will be very expensive
Should I go for the RN8P or RN9P.. which is better for Gaming cus I need the ultimate gaming experience
Thinking of buying he iPhone 8+ Refurbished but am unhappy with the screen size
GorujoCY, 14 Mar 2020"User "GorujoCY" made a claim that was simply unfounded, to say the least."
Pretty sure not, ... moreYou are still making the same claim without attempting to substantiate it.
Why should someone go for RN8P instead of RN9P if they want a more energy efficient phone when you can't prove that Helio G90T is more energy efficient than Snapdragon 720G (shouldn't you know the major specs of the phone you were comparing against?) or that that the former is better optimized than the latter?
You haven't used RN9P, have you? It hasn't been reviewedÂÂ… sorry, it hasn't even been released yet, so what exactly is the basis of your claim and/or recommendation?
Looking at specs alone, the SD 720G is manufactured using smaller node, 8nmÂÂ—a process that would lead to smaller power draw, and which is, in turn, a predictor of energy efficiencyÂÂ—while the Helio G90T is 12nm.
You didn't simply say that the Helio G90T is an energy efficient SoCÂÂ—if you did, I'd not had responded to itÂÂ—you claimed that phone X is more energy efficient than phone Y. And don't make it look like I'm the one being dramatic; if you're gonna make a bold assertion, like the one you made, on public comment section, you should expect a response asking for clarification.
I have no issue with you personallyÂÂ—I don't even know who you areÂÂ—but I have issue with your comment which, to me, is misinformation. Misinformation is no better than "no information", if anything, it's worse. And the comment section on this website is full of them. You don't have to unfairly put another phone down just to display your likeness for another.