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Discussion in 'SG Players Lounge' started by Filipower, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. Azrael

    Azrael www.jewsforjesus.org Staff Member Moderator

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    I would not trust you with any superior technology.
     
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    How come? I don't need a flashy cellphone that costs fucking 600-800 euros... why? I use my phone only for calling people and some text messages. Now think a little, a person like me, do i need that shit? NO!
     
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    Already answered, why ask again?

     
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    Alex sKIp_E Staff Member Administrator

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    BTW I never have battery issues. I charge my phone each night, and I get at least the time I'm awake from one full charge.

    I do have a spare battery that I carry around too - just in case I've had to do very heavy drainage things that day (loads of navigation etc).

    I find I run out of battery less now than I did on my old Nokia - why? Because I routinely charge it each night now. On my old phone I used to wait until it started getting low, which could happen randomly at any time (maybe 2 days after charge, maybe 5). Having it charge as a nightly routine eliminates that risk.
     
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    I have a charger at home, one at work, one in my car, and if by chance I need to, I can always connect my phone to my computer for charging as well. It's also become a habit of mine to turn off apps and wifi, when I'm on the road, to save battery.
     
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    My Note lasts all day with moderate to heavy use. Two days with light use. One of the many reasons I love it.
     
  7. Pogba4Now

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    I just ordered the new Oneplus 5.

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  8. Alex

    Alex sKIp_E Staff Member Administrator

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    Nice. 8GB or RAM would be great - that said my S8+ with 4GB never seems to lag or have memory issues.

    Both great handsets - I'm certainly happy with my S8+, but OnePlus 5 is one of the only other handsets I'd consider.

    No IP/Waterproofing is something else that put me off.
     
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    Yes no waterproofing is disappointing but better value for money overall. I am paying cash for this since my old S6 edge shattered. The Oneplus 5 is $ 650 CAD v/s $ 900 CAD for other flagship phones.

    I bought the 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage model. 6 GB I am sure is good enough. I don't need more than 64 Gb storage so I thought it was not worth spending the extra 10% on the 8 GB / 128 GB model.
     
      

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