Here are my top 5 best phones for June 2017 featuring mid range, budget and flagships of 2017. Let me know your favourite out of these in the comments below.
What's On my Galaxy S8+ - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Lr3R3ERPkE&t=2s
Galaxy S8 Cinematic 4K Camera Test - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF30CYJWXjE
Get Android O look on S8 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aj3dgDUhMqc&t=2s
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Wait, I'm lost. You started the video by saying "Number One is the Samsung Galaxy A7".... does this mean it's considered the 'Best' on your list? Or is this building up to the last phones which where the S8/S8+? Also, I'm very excited for the LG V30 coming out soon. Hope to see a video on that phone!
A lot of phones. Split them up and slow down a bit. Apart from that grammar did my head in. Please!
Have vs. having
Having is the present participle form of have. We do not normally use having to express ideas such as possession. When have means own, it is always used in the base form. Having is not possible in this case.
I have a car. (BUT NOT I am having a car.)
He has a daughter. (BUT NOT He is having a daughter.)
Have is also used to talk about medical conditions that we experience.
I have a cold / a headache / a sore throat. (NOT I am having a cold / a headache.)
However, the form having can be used to talk about certain medical conditions that last for only a few seconds or minutes. For example, we can say:
I am having a heart attack.
He thought that he was having a stroke.
He was having an epileptic fit.
When we talk about eating, the continuous form having is possible.
They were having dinner when I arrived. (Here we are talking about an activity that was in progress when another action occurred.)
I have breakfast at 8 am. (Routine)
I am having breakfast. (An activity that is going on at the moment of speaking)
Got a choice for a phone for my bday today... I'm tempted to go for the s7 over s8, I'm not a big phone person and literally, haven't had a phone for over a year and it hasn't bothered me. I read books in my spare time :P So question is, is it really worth the extra money for an s8, I just feel like it would be an unnecessary waste.
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017): "It can shoot in 1080p so its good for the price."
The price in the Philippines is like 19,000 PHP for retail I don't know the original price, but I think you can get a same phone with the same specs for just 7,000 PHP.
the s8 128gb runs for damn near a grand. I'll still with an s7 edge 128gb for $600.
Damn I had to crush my previous s7 edge and it cost damn near the same to get it repaired at a shop.
Prices on phones take so long to come down.
Radheshyam Kharva lol you think I got the Nokia 6. But actually I preferred Nokia 5 because it is indeed better than Nokia 6 when it comes to performance or 📷. Many people claimed Nokia 5, to be better then the Nokia 6!!!
Radheshyam Kharva at least the forgot to review the Moto G5+, bruh 🤣😁😃 And the sale of Moto G5+ is not as good to my Nokia 6. SIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have the Nokia 5. Hahaejejhehehhe!!!!! You got fooled by me.😋😋😋
I'm thinking about getting the Samsung A7, because it's 5'7 inch display, 3600 mAh, and costs around 500 dollars. I have the money to get the Samsung Galaxy S8, but I don't think it will fit my style (I am a very low key person, I get embarrassed whenever my wealth comes up [wealth meaning, I'm embarrassed by having lots of money])<-- Bracket-Ception. I don't want people to know I have one of the most expensive flagships. So the A7 would be something that's not too flashy and would keep me on the DL