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Discussion in 'Third party hardware, software and accessories' started by kentamayo, Nov 29, 2009.
Pocophone 64 GB is just P12,880 at Shopee!
Leak day for Google...
Android Q leaks early, features system-wide dark mode and more | BGR
"desk top mode" would be nice...
Samsung's first phone with a 'hole-punch' is the Galaxy A9 Pro | Engadget
LG Philippines Shuts Down Smartphone Business | Unbox.ph
Xiaomi announces $90 Android Go budget phone | The Verge
Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition
5-inch display (720p)
Snapdragon 425 processor
8GB Storage (with microSD)
8MP Camera, 5MP Front Facing
Cherry Mobile will be affected because of that phone if priced at just P4k.
For all the Note 9 users here, saying the S-pen is so useful. How often do you pull that pen out to use in a day? I am pretty sure you don't even pull it out for more than a week. Had a Note 9 but eventually sold it. The S Pen is a great feature for me, but not useful in my everyday use. Had my Note 9 for 5 months but I can recall I have used the pen for less than 10 times only, 80% o the time I pulled it out was just to test it again.
I'm an ex Note 2 user and I am still looking for a good Pen alternative... (Moved to Nexus then Pixel)
I used it all the time especially during meetings. Even bought a HM-5100 which is now collecting dust
Note 9 user here, and I use the S Pen for writing notes, translating foreign language text, creating gifs, scrolling without using my fingers, and just using it as a fidget toy.
Typing with thumbs is still better than writing with the S Pen for messaging, and I use the phone mostly for communication so that's why the pen is kept in its slot for most of the day.
For me I like the S Pen and I'm glad it's there when I need it. I see the S Pen less of a gimmick, and more as an accessory.
Mi 9 is around the corner.
Just bought a Mi 8 128 GB for only P17,500 at T&L TeleCom (via Shopee) and I can confirm that with Google Camera installed, the photo quality of this SD845 snapper can certainly match that of the Pixel 3's shots
I'm currently using a Note 8 and a I had a Note 3 years ago.
I use the S Pen occasionally for mainly two things:
1) selective screen capture, i.e., cropping a screen grab to the relevant area (e.g., FB post) or doing screen grabs with some annotations
2) for Samung Notes, when I need a quick and dirty digital Post-It to remind me of things to do, buy, etc.
So the S Pen gets pulled out maybe several times a month, at most, once a week.
Note 9 user here. I don't often use the S Pen. I only chose it over S9 since I prefer the less rounded corners of the Note 9, 4000 mAh battery and the fingerprint scanner location. But when I use the S Pen. I use it for cropping/editing images and explaining to someone by illustrating (e.g network diagram). I find the S Pen useful even if I seldom use it.
Since it's Android... We can expect OEMs to use the traditional three-button layout.
Android Q may change the back button to a gesture | The Verge
LG’s palm-reading G8 has a unique vision of the future | The Verge
LG enters the 5G game with the V50 ThinQ | The Verge
This 18,000mAh battery has a phone in it | The Verge
The Energizer Power Max P18K Pop!
Why does it feel like I have a brick in my pocket... Oh right. I do have one! LOL!
I always thought manufacturers can make their phones a little bit thicker to accommodate more battery, but this is taking it to the next level! This isn't a phone with a big battery but a big battery with a phone. hahahaha
The many flavors of Android: a look at the major Android skins | Android Authority
Anyone having frequent sync issues on Exchange email using Samsung Email app? I don't know why my Email app gets this issue from time to time. No changes on my phone settings, no new software or security update yet I keep on having sync issues. My colleagues are not having issues so our Exchange server is definitely fine. Removeing my account from the phone, clearing app data/cache do nothing. Unfortunately, 3rd party email apps do not work with our email. Phone is Samsung Galaxy Note 9.