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14th October 2019, 03:40 PM |#19871  
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My OP5t is still working great, and I'm cheap. When this is on its way out, I'll look into an up-to-date OP.
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18th October 2019, 12:58 PM |#19872  
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my next phone will be Xiaomi K20 Pro 8gb Ram.
19th October 2019, 03:42 AM |#19873  
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19th October 2019, 05:08 PM |#19874  
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So, the dilemma is Redmi Note 8 or Nokia 6.2?

I know that Redmi is better specs-wise, but I should mention that I am a huge Nokia and Android One fan.
Redmi SD 665 is newer than Nokia SD 636, but is there a real difference for average user?
Redmi has quad camera with 48MP main shooter, Nokia has triple setup with 16MP...
Other than that, seems that Nokia's HDR LCD is a better one, and also I prefer Gorilla Glass 3 build more that GG5 since it's more scratch resistant...

So, is it ok to lean toward Nokia, or Redmi is a better phone all-around?

Thx.
20th October 2019, 12:39 AM |#19875  
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Hello, I'm looking for recommendations to buy a cheap cell phone (Below $100) with good battery from 4000mha to 500mha. I'm not going to use my cell phone to play online games just for social networks and whatsapp. I need one with a good battery because it has to last as long as I'm away from home. Thank you very much in advance. Best regards.
20th October 2019, 02:12 AM |#19876  
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I'm thinking on getting a second phone to play with.. Might give it to my grandson.. Looking at a MInt Galaxy Note4 with 5 cases, extra batteries, screen protector kit, and even two portable battery chargers all for $139. Saw a couple of Note 5 to consider, but they want way to much. Plus I like the idea of removable battery, and micro sd cars..
20th October 2019, 01:08 PM |#19877  
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Best cheap phone for 2019
Hi all! Which is the the cheapest bestest phone to buy in 2019?

Requirements/Must have:
Min 1GB ram,
Must have OTG support,
Microsd expanasion,
Many roms available to upgrade it to higher than android 5,
Below 150USD, below 100USD even better.

Good to have:
More than 8gb rom,
Long battery life,
Removable battery.


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Please list a few options for new and used. Thank you.
22nd October 2019, 11:47 AM |#19878  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by VisualAgency3

Hi all! Which is the the cheapest bestest phone to buy in 2019?

Requirements/Must have:
Min 1GB ram,
Must have OTG support,
Microsd expanasion,
Many roms available to upgrade it to higher than android 5,
Below 150USD, below 100USD even better.

Good to have:
More than 8gb rom,
Long battery life,
Removable battery.


Update:
Please list a few options for new and used. Thank you.

At that price just goto a Xiaomi shop and buy the most expensive phone you can afford with your budget. I find Xiaomi is best value to price ratio nowadays. I'm using the Xiaomi pocophone F1 at moment and it has been excellent for value.
27th October 2019, 11:23 AM |#19879  
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OP7 Pro VS S10 Plus
Hi guys!

So I'm planning in investing for a new phone that would last me a long time (years) and ended up choosing between these two. Both of these are priced the same where I'm from but I want one that would suit my needs since I'm not planning on buying a new one in the next years.

-Note taking and lots of academic stuff
-Casual gaming
-Casual pics and videos (nothing major, just point and shoot everyday stuff); gcam photos can be used as comparisons
-Watching media and content
-Social media

If you own a Galaxy s10 plus or a op7 pro can you tell about:
-battery life
-software experience
-longevity
-speed

Also, I'm kinda worried about the motorized selfie cam, since I won't be buying a phone for the next years and a motorized part sounds a bit risky on my part.

Thank you for your response!
30th October 2019, 12:50 AM |#19880  
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[Discussion] What's your next smartphone / What should I buy
which is better?
30th October 2019, 01:43 AM |#19881  
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Really depends on what you're looking for.

For root:. Def 7t unless you buy the unlocked Samsung

For pictures: Samsung for sure but the camera is not too bad on the 7t, but the cam software sucks

7t has 1080p screen while Sammy has 1440p screen (2k) I personally can't tell a difference.

7t has 90hrtz screen. I'm not sure on the Samsung. I have the 7t and turned off 90hrtz and can't tell much of a difference??
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