Guys, anybody suggests me which Mobile Phone is better within 20000rs
I have a doubt on these 5 phones
- Xiaomi Poco M2 Pro
- Realme 7
- Moto Fusion +
- Samsung M31s
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro
Realme 7 Pro: You expect a month old phone to have custom roms?IMO, LCD displays in less than 20k phones are outright SHIT, so won't recommend that.
1) K20 Pro - OLED, Full screen notchless display, top specs, good build quality.
You can flash LineageOS if you are wary of MIUI like me. May have to increase budget by 2k approx (after card discounts).
2) Realme 7 Pro - OLED display, good specs, good build quality but can't flash custom roms.
If you don't know how to flash a custom ROM and are okay with less "premium" build -
3) Samsung M31s - OLED display, Good UI but I won't recommend it. Its overpriced for the processor and build it offers imo. Rather look at A50s (14k during sale) or A70s (23k during sale) for better build quality and features.
You can also look at 1 year old devices like Realme X, Redmi K20, Realme X2. Then factors like Dual sim slot, micro sd card slot etc also come into play, so choose accordingly.
Moto is owned by Lenovo and I am not really fond of them so haven't used any moto phone since X Play. Avoid Poco phones too.
PS - I have used Poco F1, Realme X, Oneplus X, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Nexus 5, Mi A1, Moto X Play, Moto E2
Realme 7 Pro: You expect a month old phone to have custom roms?
Whats wrong with Poco? Poco F1 is the best given the price and config.
What sub standard parts? The phone performance is simply awesome for the price and package. Now if you disassembled and looked at spares then no words. No one cares for it.No, that is why I wrote that he won't be able to flash any custom roms. Even otherwise none of the Realme phones have a stellar custom rom support.
Sub-standard parts and horrible display. I bought it for ₹23k and not the discounted price and its not the best phone for that price.
Your posts actually inspired me to look back into custom ROM, recoveries etc. after many years.If you are the one like me who prefers strong sturdy hardware without caring about any brand and os and prefer only custom roms then pick the best hardware and rock and roll on custom roms!
OTA updates you will receive from the developer of the rom itself.Your posts actually inspired me to look back into custom ROM, recoveries etc. after many years.
Indeed a good custom ROM & kernel is still relevant for cheap Chinese phones with decent hardware but downright obnoxious software.
I'm really impressed by the major custom ROMs for K20 pro. Most of them ( only tried 3) have zero/ negligible bugs.
Thanks a lot mate.
An off-topic question. Do the OTA updates really work with these ROMs?( Pixel Experience is what I'm using and have no intention of flashing anything else or have root access, as it's been rock solid with very good battery life, performance and audio quality)
I was really surprised that one of our internal app didn't even get installed in MiUi ( it showed some security certificate error) but working flawlessly in Pixel Experience!!
When I'm working from the laptop/ iMac software, it's showing that I've installed it in a Pixel 4!! ( This mobile app is not available in playstore but present in Apple app store, and only works with iPhones, few Samsung models and Pixel only)