Yup, I do follow him. I have seen that video and those SOc is definitely not for India. Until they solve their heating issues, it's a no brainer. Unless one is comfortable with some compromises.
GeekyRanjit has nailed it about who should and should not buy these phones
I haven't experienced issues with my 7pro but then my usage is pretty moderate. No gaming or lengthy video recording nor much outdoor use etc.
Moto is a great VFM option, I still have my edge 30 kept as backup.
Aside from a VERY bad fingerprint sensor, same here on Pixel 6A. It takes phenomenally good photos and works great for the light usage I have.
Having read this thread though, I might just stick with Samsung etc for the next one though lol. Think I just got lucky.
India is not a priority market for Pixels. As long they sell in US/EU/UK, Google won't bother much with "boycotts" or low sales in Indian or Asian markets.
Eh ? Assembly hub vs actual market for their phones ? Why are you confusing the two ? This is a supply chain exploration.Google is in talks with Indian companies, including Lava International, Dixon Technologies and Foxconn's Bharat FIH, as it explores using India as a smartphone assembly hub.www.livemint.com
This is good, definitely, it will make pixel prices lower as it wont have to be imported from vietnam. They are doing this to avoid reliance on china. Apple is also assembling phones here.Google is in talks with Indian companies, including Lava International, Dixon Technologies and Foxconn's Bharat FIH, as it explores using India as a smartphone assembly hub.www.livemint.com
that fingerprint is a disaster - your finger must be moist or lubed or whatever to register to unlock the phone, it's hilarious!
In fact, if you cant afford the ultrasonic FP, might as well just have a rear mounted or back mounted FP sensor, they are both cheaper, and also faster.I genuinely dont understand why they couldnt put one in the back. If you are gonna cut costs, this would be the easiest on to rip out.
Infact that is true of every phone. I much prefer the finger print to be on the back. It is very ergonomic and feels natural.