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Need a new phone!

Shadow2730

2 months ago

So I am looking to get a new phone and I'm undecided, I live i. Sweden I don't really care for the oversized phones because I want to stick to one-hand use phones OnePlus- I have seen a lot of good from these phones and I would like the finaly get one. I hear the camera is good along with a slick design. I head that servicing it takes time

Samsung- Great support, Long-lasting, reliable phones with few restrictive features. Previously I had many Samsungs but took a break because I wanted to try other brands and the fact that Samsung is a premium phone with higher prices

Huawei- I currently have an honor 9 and it is dog, I want to get rid of it asap. ****** customer services, bad quality phones, but settings are kind of nice. I do hear that they have the best camera phones can get, I can't say no to a good camera but what I would like to know is more about the phones themselves.

So for you people who have one of these 3 phones tell me what you think and if there is something you dont like.

Comments

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

Go for a Oneplus 6, not the T Version... It's going for really cheap at the moment. It's still got a really good Cpu and Gpu with good battery life and cameras... There are tons of reviews so you know its quality

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

I have a oneplus 7 and its a great phone and pretty similar to the 6, would recommend!

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  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Half the price for a tiny notch... The 7 is a large phone also.. You said you didnt care for them

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

What do you want in a phone? That's probably the best place to start. What features are most important to you? Then, what's your budget?

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

i have a slightly older galaxy phone, (a Galaxy s8+) and i don't have many complaints, Samsung is one of if not the best android phone maker, they have the best displays, I broke it once and found a Samsung partnered company right by my house that could fix it, apparently there are a lot of those, I've never had problems with customer service from my few encounters

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