Chinese phones keep getting better! Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, Huawei, OnePlus? Which is the best Chinese smartphone of 2018? Let's check the markets and find out!
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My bet is on the Xiaomi Mix 2. Great body to Screen ratio with really snappy screen resolutions. if you look deep into it, I love the back portion of it. It is really solid and how often do you see a ceramic back phone? its dual camera setup is just great too. On top of it, definitely the highest specs that it has on the ram and rom. But one thing creepy about Xiaomi is the software itself... Registering the phone is an ease but when it comes to deregistering, you have to be damn sure to remember your password. If not, you won't be able to erase your profile if you would want to sell it off. Overall, build and quality is there on the Mi Mix 2..
If you look at all the components that are in a Chinese phone you'll see many were made in the same factory and same production lines as components put in premium phones like iPhone and Galaxy S, but what matters is batch failure rate where top manufacturers will pay the most for batches with the fewest failures, then each batch with higher fail rate are sold cheaper until the worst get sold for virtually nothing to the lowest end manufacturers, so you could get lucky with a cheap phone that's very reliable.
I have a Huawei mate 10 Pro in the US despite our government trying to keep it out. It's the first Chinese phone that I have bought and I did it because this phone has everything, I'm quite pleased with it so far if it holds up over the next two years I'll probably be looking for another Huawei phone.
The biggest thing this phone has over everything else is the ridiculously fast charging time it's the only phone that charges at a full 5 amps which is double many of its competitors and the phone doesn't heat up at all. The only other manufacturer that's close is the OnePlus Dash charge, but it's more than double Samsung in the iPhone charging speeds
It's depends on one usage and needs though. If one is not particular about camera. Xiaomi is the brand to go for. Quality is just as good as any of their competitors, prices wise should be most competitive. Overall Huawei Mate 10 plus is the best in my opinion
I figured out why they don't have a home or a computer. They have the fiscal responsibility of someone who pays $500 for latest stupid phone. They're as stupid as the technologically inept americans who do the same thing and cry about gas prices that are the lowest on earth.
I would pick the Xiaomi Mi A1 as the best cheap smartphone, mainly because of the clean software and great specs for about $200. Other suggestions include the latest phones from Nokia, specifically the Nokia 7 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. Among the phones you reviewed though, the one from Oppo was probably the best cheap option.
For big, ram and rom is 2 phones but this 2 have 2 thinks they make special Xiaomi mi mix 2 because is really big screen and is 6gb of ram and 256gb of rim and the CPU is almost similar like mate 10. Mate 10 have almost the same specs then Xiaomi mi mix 2 but you can connect this mate 10 to a flat screen TV and convert the mate 10 in to a personal computer. That's why this 2 phones for me at the best. Right now here in United States of America Huawei trying to get in to this competition for the best and cheap phone but most of the phones they have here are really cheap and the mate 10 they 4g LTE antenna are not comparable here but Xiaomi mi mix 2 global versión works really good with AT&T and TMobile. I can said this 2 are my favorite phones.
I have been using iphone exclusively, but it looks like even the most expensive high end Chinese phones are about half the price of iphone I am using. I think there are huawei phones available in Australia, maybe I should take a look that mate 10 when I have a chance.
Oneplus 5t and Huawei mate 10 pro are the top dogs now.
I have ZTE Axon 7, which was competitor with Oneplus 3/3t for the best 400 dollar phone in 2016 and it's still great, but unfortunately ZTE couldn't make the successor and Oneplus took over in 2017. You didn't even mention ZTE in this video.
The mate 10 looked the best to me, most advanced looking and acting. However, I've been watching all the ups and downs of Scott's Iphone construction, so that's greater sentimental value.I love the show btw keep up the good work, you've helped bring my Chinese friend and I closer. .
I'm super excited to be coming to SZ in a couple weeks. I had a Xiaomi Mi A1 for a while and it was pretty decent, even if the camera left a bit to be desired in the daytime. For so cheap, it was pretty great though, so my vote will be towards Xiaomi (and it had B4!) :)
Nice informed video, unfortunately the cell provider nowadays combines many different bands in different region/country. Unlike in the old day when there were only 4 bands in 2G era. So with that in the equation, some of the budget phones would consider irrelevant to where you live and where you go often. Hopefully one day they make phone that receive all bands available in the world, and I'll be so happy and will speak "Chinese Phone" every other sentence in my daily conversation. :(