I think I've detected a theme.
Variations on android are judged on how much they change the stock OS. The less the better. I suspect I'm not the only person to notice this pattern, I just wish the phone makers would see it too.
OPPO's latest flagship smartphone, the Find X2, comes to the UK in early May. We got our hands on early hardware, with the promise that it is very nearly what will be released, albeit with the possibility of minor software tweaks. OPPO said it is still working on operator deals for the UK. The Find X2 comes in two guises, …
Regarding "cameras that are among the best available on a smartphone"
This seems to be being said about more and more phones. I read that and think... we've just got to a point where they're all really good to the extent it's almost meaningless.
Does anyone have a list of what the "best" cameras on smartphones are at the moment? There was an article the other week where comments conflicted about whether certain Samsung or Huawei models are as good as it gets. As an iPhone user I'm fully aware it's nothing from Apple.
I know some people like cellphone cameras, but does the cellphone part of the cellphone work?
I see lots of phones selling in areas where they'll barely work due to band mismatch. The Find X2 has pretty much all the LTE bands except North America 71. I'm not sure about those NR bands - not having NR 71 hurts.
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