I dunno how I feel about these dumb trends apple starts. Having a brick was always good.. I usually get rid of my old phone with everything it came with, including the brick.
I am thinking the exact same thing. That is a cracking price for the non pro.If those are the prices then Google really is going for it. I'm mostly tempted by 6 non pro, not sure if I care about the extra camera on the pro or the ram. Faster storage, good main and no curved screen is more tempting.
Yea just isn't worth the extra really. Screen res is fine, refresh rate I'm okay with and camera is fine for me really, if the main is capable then that's all I care about.Yeah £250 difference for no telephoto lens and 90Hz 1080p screen instead of 120Hz and 1440p? Guessing battery capacities will be different too.
I'm more curious about sustained performance, the 888 and 2100 throttles pretty badly to the point it dips under last gen phones if it can't be cooled enough. Two X1 cores, same GPU as the Exynos, and still using Samsung's 5nm doesn't look good, but there was an earlier rumour apparently sustained performance is still good.Anyone else worry the phone chip is rubbish at these prices?
Seems almost too good to be true. Where's the catch. This is almost nexus pricing territory
Yeah £250 difference for no telephoto lens and 90Hz 1080p screen instead of 120Hz and 1440p? Guessing battery capacities will be different too.
Very happy with the pricing if its correct. The Pro is tempting as its less than I expected, thought its a fair jump in price from the standard, not bothered about 120Hz so just the better camera really, its hard to justify.
Cheaper phone, possible corners cut. Peak screen brightness, plastic rails, slower charging, front camera. We'll find out tomorrow.
Possibly but I don't know if that bothers me day-to-day. I'm essentially comparing it to pixel 5 and the main reasons I want to upgrade are:
Better/more versatile camera(especially video)
If it ticks those boxes then I'm happy.