- Jan 9, 2018
Did they say if the 120hz is limited to 1080p?
Not sure I agree with calling mmWave "real 5G," but yes, ideally you'd have both. It's more an indictment of Verizon that they don't support sub 6.Aside from the price hikes and lack of headphone jack, it's really crappy that the S20 doesn't even have real 5G. I like the size of the S10 and I believe the S20 will be about the same but I wouldn't spend $1000 on a phone that doesn't even have proper 5G support, especially since Verizon 5G depends on the tech that the S20 lacks.
No, it's one or the other. If you want the full 1440, yes.
I really don't get this point for Android... os updates usually don't do much except from changing the ui... core apps get updated regardless and security patches last way longer
It's still pretty lame that powerful devices aren't always supported for more than a couple years. There's no reason not to
According to Brian Tong that is the case either 60hz at full resolution (the default) or 1080p at 120hz which moves back to 60hz I’d your battery gets below 5%.
although by doing that you either have the new os crippling older hardware or not making much of a difference... I understand that if you are used to that you might prefer it but it is a point of view that I cannot really share
lol this is a very lame excuse. How is it that PC, Mac, Consoles are supported many years down the road but these phones with just as much power now days still not?
For me personally, I lay my phone down face up and I don't have a case, so the wobble would get annoying.The only thing that makes me want to keep my S10 is the color (prism white) and the rear camera array, which looks so much better than the S20... but the back of the phone is out of sight, out of mind most of the time, so why does it matter? On the other hand, the less-curved screen and smaller/centered camera cut-out is an improvement IMO. I hate how the UI elements on the top bar are pushed into the middle on the S10.
I definitely don't need this phone but the price after trade in is tempting.
let's break this down...
there's a gaming mode but it's doubtful it will make fishing in Animal Crossing any good. Bluetooth audio just isn't built for gaming.
I've used other bluetooth earphones with my S8 and they've been fine, my galaxy buds are the only ones where it's been this noticeable, which is a shame because they're otherwise pretty convenient. Hope that gaming mode helps.
what pants are you wearingMy fave thing about wireless headphones is that they constantly have disconnection issues for a second or two just with my phone in my pocket. Or when the wind blows strongly. It's fucked. Both my old cheap set and Galaxy buds on an S9. Drives me fucking mad.
Is this a tall person thing? I'm not even a giant or anything.
Yeah, it sucks but at least non-flagship phones have been keeping the jack. Luckily mid-range phones are so good these days. When I upgrade my S9 in a year or two I might have to get a mid-range, and I'm ok with that. The only big feature I really care about these days is a good camera.Samsung still makes phones with headphone jacks. You want a 3.5 jack in the future, you have to step down to the A line.
Damn near every brand is ditching headphone jacks for their top of the line phones, but everyone's keeping them for their mid-tier and lower phones. The literal last holdout is LG, and I'm sure they're going to ditch theirs by next year, too.
Yeah I dont blame you. I dont really like settling for below the base S model. Pity they dont have the 70 though. My friend recently got one and honestly theres very little the S10 has over it.