Very good phone for the time, the big problem is that it never had a global rom, only English and Chinese, I had to install a translated rom that came with some bugs unfortunately, apart from that it was a good phone for the time
i love so much ..
the SD855 is great even the miui kinda like it .put in your mind it has a great community and Roms
the camera is great specially the video
i think the battery is biggest downside of the phone even though it can gimme the full day and you have apretty damn good fast charging and wireless charging .
Actually got the 3GB/64GB configuration. Display is large and good for watching videos but my unit has a small LCD bleed on the lower third center and 1 dead pixel perpetually lit green on the upper third center, not noticeable most of the time but annoying when you do notice it after sometime staring at the screen. Ul is smooth but there are frequent lags here and there, mostly on app loading and switching. OK for casual gaming but not on graphic intensive mobile games. Bloatware and pre-installed apps can be uninstalled, if not disabled. Mobile signals, wifi, bluetooth, GPS, cameras, fingerprint, FM radio and speakers work fine. Camera and video shots are acceptable with well-lighted/daylight subjects while low-light scenes are just meh, even the dual front LED lights are of no help on low-light selfies. Sounds are overall OK but the speaker during calls is weak. Big battery takes a day on moderate usage and may extend to another day on minimal usage. Still on micro-USB and no fast charging support, so charging it back to full will take a while.
But the user experience has been great. Coming from a slightly lower priced phone (the poco f1 back in 2018), the MIUI experience on something priced high as this has been super amazing. I have faced no bugs in terms of system freezing, signal reception, wifi reception, and havent faced any heating issue even though this device is an 888 due to the optimizations they have done. If you play super demanding games like Genshin it will drop frames a bit but only if you set it at high/highest settings.
Daytime shots are amazing, the natural bokeh it produces too is nice, in some scenarios you do not even need to use portrait mode. The video recording is superb, well stabilized even though it is only relying on EIS. The display is truly amazing, content viewing on Netflix with Dolby Vision paired with the Harman-Kardon tuned speakers are amazing. It is loud, has details of the highs and low spectrum of audio.
The 120W charging is a godsent, but Xiaomi may have cheated on it a bit. Charging around 17-20 minutes does get the counter to 100%, but if you leave it for an extra 10 minutes you can squeeze out an extra 1-1.5 hour of screen on time.
It is a frankly perfect cell phone, the only thing that falls short is the battery, from then on it is perfect. Although this may change depending on the user, maybe you don't like Samsung's software at all, but hey, I really like it. And I have to say that hz is a bit overrated, you don't really need to have a 120 cup to make it look smooth and nice. By the way, even if I say the battery doesn't last the day it doesn't mean it won't last me the day, because if it does, it's just that I could have had a better battery for its size. (I imagine the stack management will be better in the snapdragon version)
The thing i like in this phone is the 120hz and the very good battery and the fast charge is very good , the gaming in this phone is good with recording there is no lag and the temp is not bad in the games and still under 40c , i think its the best phone in this range
I had options in coppel but without raising the price too much this was the most balanced, I am not demanding in games but nothing bad cod fluid to medium, autonomy is excellent the load takes a little but not too much it also helps not to be so attached to the cell phone, it feels strong and durable, its camera is a doozy.
I liked the size and performance, the 2nd gen touch id was very accurate and fast, the detail of the force touch was always very practical, the rear camera of very good quality, the selfie was good, but at night the cameras suffered a little, the battery was a disaster, despite replacing the battery at Apple, I didn't give up the whole day, it's a good IPhone but it's to not make it too demanding, it's for the basics and that's it.
Honestly, it seems very expensive to me for the features it offers since there are better cell phones apart from the one that beats it in power and are more fluid but paying 550 dollars is not worth it but if you get it for less than 300 it would be worth it
Enough for 4-6 hours of continuous work. I can say this with 100% certainty. I've been using them for over a year. It bent a little above the center, it is not critical, it absolutely does not affect the work, if you do not look closely at the case, but it is not visible, and there are absolutely no side effects on the screen.