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You Don't Need To Break The Bank To Get a Good Smartphone

Started by: leeon1988
On: 27/11/2018 | 14:03
Replies: 28
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by: brulaw
on: 07/01/2019 | 10:11

Just to add ......

 

I've recently got  a  UMIDIGI  Z2 Pro  , and .......... It's another cracking phone with great specs and all for just under £250 

 

                                                                    big-grin.gif Happy giffgaffing  everyone      thumbup.gif

Message 21 of 29
by: leeon1988
on: 07/01/2019 | 16:42
@flojo292 Hi, the phone that I use is an iPhone SE all the other phones that I review on my page are just phones that are sent to me for a short while to review.
Message 22 of 29
by: flojo292
on: 07/01/2019 | 19:28
That's good. I currently use the Samsung J3 2017. I really like it just because it's simple to use and I can do most of the things that I want to use. In the past I have had both Samsung S8 and iPhone 7. I like both Samsung and iPhone however, whenever I use an iPhone I don't keep it for long. To be honest I prefer Samsung and Android phones for the battery life, split screen and other customising uses while I use my phone. I'm not a big picture person to be honest but I like the camera quality on Samsung phones.
Message 23 of 29
by: leeon1988
on: 07/01/2019 | 21:45
@ flojo292 Before switching to the iPhone SE I used a Samsung Galaxy S6 that then began having camera focusing issues but otherwise was a good phone. I feel I should have stuck with Samsung. For me, Apple have lost their shine. The iPhone may work really well and I’m yet to run into any issue but, I do miss all the nice features you get with a Samsung like wireless charging, split screen, the vibrant screen and the camera. Should I decide to trade in my iPhone SE I’d probably get an S8, S9 or try something different and go for a OnePlus 5T as these phones have what I look for in a smartphone.
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by: flojo292
on: 11/01/2019 | 14:00
Ah okay. I haven't had a iPhone SE before because it reminded me of the iPhone 5 and 5s phones. I wouldn't say I prefer bigger phones but I do prefer android. I have also used the Alcatel 3v phone. I do like that phone but the main issue I had with that phone is the volume. The volume is quite low while watching Youtube videos and listening to podcasts. I did have an Samsung S8 but I had problem with that phone while getting it wet i.e when it's raining it seemed to play up. It was harder for me to type with the S8.
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by: leeon1988
on: 21/01/2019 | 08:38
@flojo292 I like Apple for their optimisation on iOS and Android phones like Samsung and Huawei for their hardware. I like the the cameras on the Google Pixel phones as I had the chance of using it for a while but, I am just not a fan of stock Android. Out of all the Android skins Samsung is my favourite due to the amount of features.
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