Android[Discussion] et le matériel ont frappé la maturité que faire ensuite ? Android

[Discussion] Android and Hardware have hit maturity what next?

Avant d’obtenir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les news chaque jours de manière gréable ?

satisfait maintenant que tous mobile utilisent des cas, avec progressivement OS mises à jour maintenant à la recherche pour répondre aux cas limites et l’expérience utilisateur.

Matériel de base a atteint un sommet avec le Oneplus 3 T. Latest ne gen processeur, aucun lag, 6 Go, os légère peau, 3450mah, prise casque, charge rapide et nfc.

Performances de l’appareil photo est seulement différentiateur aujourd’hui et ils ne pas toujours s’empilent à un niveau d’entrée DSLR ou caméras mirrorless.

Nous semblons être approchant l’âge où si vous ne se souciez caméras, vous pouvez avoir vous téléphone pour 3 ans et plus, tant que la batterie reste en bonne santé.

Impatient d’entendre vos pensées.

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8 réflexions au sujet de “Android[Discussion] et le matériel ont frappé la maturité que faire ensuite ? Android”

  1. As an owner of 3T(temporary) who has owned a relatively modern smartphone (OP6), I disagree with the 3T peaking. The 3T had bad signal reception, and the smartphone design is evolving every year. You might say that we don’t need 95% screen to body ratio, but we get a lot more screen in same sized body as last year, and that’s amazing.

    Every year, we are evolving rapidly in almost all aspects. New processors are vastly faster than older ones, especially in GPU, codec, and modem. We get new tech like Bluetooth 5, WiFi 6, new USB standards, new fast charge tech. Batteries get upgraded every year with screens reaching the top of the display. And you mentioned camera as well.

    Downgrading from my OP6 to the 3T seemed that it would be pretty minor by spec sheet, but it was not. The reception dropped, Bluetooth is not as stable, battery doesn’t last as long, apps take forever to install and load and the phone occasionally gets overwhelmed and has microstutters (common with all SD 820/1 devices, except pixel due to kernel optimizations).

  2. People buy phones like they buy cars it’s not that deep. We want new stuff it has nothing to do with specs or software. Y’all don’t understand this simple logic. Phone is part of the fashion trend wave. New phone comes out with heavy press and marketing. No one keeps a phone for 3 years. It’s easy to upgrade. You can buy a GS10 for $299 after trade in and discounts

  3. I wouldn’t say that. It seems like nearly every major phone manufacturer puts out phones that has fundamental issues surface unexpectedly. The Nexus and Pixel phones with shut down issues, phone call issues, display issues, Samsung sounds like they’re having radio issues, my otherwise fine Moto Z2 Play has a volume bug. Kudos to those who haven’t experienced issues with their phones.

    At this point, the only thing consumers should have questions about is whether the phones they purchase will be updated to the newest Android OS update. I shouldn’t have to worry about my phone not being able to make phone calls or hear the other person clearly on the line. I’ve luckily never had issues with the display of my phones but I can’t imagine how annoying it must be if your phone has a tint to it.

    I agree that for the majority of Android users they will have a phone thank last them 2-4 years. That was my goal when I bought a Nexus 6P. Damn thing couldn’t reliably make phone calls. Same as when I bought this phone. It does everything well but has an annoying bug where the media volume drops when there’s an audible notification.

    Which phone is a sure fire buy?

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