on 02-09-2018 18:44
on 02-09-2018 18:59
The 6T is due in around 3 months too so that might take it up a notch or two.
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone7 (EE)
on 02-09-2018 19:30
on 02-09-2018 23:57
2.1:1 AR might not seem a bit deal but the 1080i seems to be a bit non-seller for me the amoled screen sounds good though.
Not really want to return to samsung bloatware either. Not sure about Huawei either. So maybe a lg v30 or 40 with led display.
I will be willing to spend around 700 and to be fair the display on the iPhone 7 isn't. Bad either.
on 05-09-2018 08:45
Do you have wired headphones that you want to use?
Do you want/need wireless charging?
Do you want/need expandable (interchangable) memory?
The v30 has an OLED screen at 1440 x 2880, a headphone jack and expandable memory.
The G7 has an LCD screen at 1440 x 3120, a headphone jack and expandable memory but less RAM and ROM than the v30.
Both Samsungs have an AMOLED screen at 1440 x 2960 and a bit more RAM/ROM than the v30.
The P20 has an OLED screen but at a lower resolution (1080 x 2160) and no headphone jack.
The OnePlus is also an AMOLED screen again at a lower resolution than the LGs and Samsungs (1080 x 2280) and slightly more RAM than the LGs.
It also depends on what sort of UI you prefer.
You also can use the P20 and the Note as a mini desktop if you want.
Previously: LG G4, Sony Z1, HTC Sensation XE, Samsung Omnia i900
Try the Tech Galaxy Note 4
Try the Tech Lumia 640LTE and Microsoft Band
on 05-09-2018 19:25
on 06-09-2018 18:00
For music i usually use my fiio x3 with a dedicated headphone op amp. One day i will update it though.
Memory storage is not that important alas 64gb would be a good start point.
Quick charge is pretty essential and wireless could be useful.
I was looking at both the note 9 and s9+ the other day. Slight differences in scale and capabilities.
We will see
on 10-10-2018 11:56
If you're getting an O2 contract for it, I would go with the Huawei P20 Pro. I wanted the OnePlus 6T, but despite being around half the price of the Huawei to buy outright, on O2 the contracts offered cost more for the same mins/txts/data which I just don't get
I love my Huawei, it's great