I considered starting a small tech channel but with the adpocalypse and this, I've changed my mind.
iPhone X is yet to be released. Guess we will see then. However, that's tech for you. Companies are always going to one-up each other and I think the 8 and 8 Plus were not huge steps forward from the 7 and 7 Plus. If my Pixel didn't fail, I would have just kept it and waited for the Pixel 3. I also purchased an 8 Plus to trial for the next year or so. I actually didn't go back to the Google path because their hardware has let me down sooo many times.
- Nexus 1 ...
If you're coming from a Pixel, this is one to skip.
Sooo I bought the 8 Plus. Didn't realize until after that you need to buy a separate USB-C to Lightning cable + a power brick to plug it into to benefit from fast charging. Total additional cost ... $75. I would have thought that would have been an out of the box feature as a selling point. Guess I'll stick to my regular USB charger then.
I'm not sure any other media service pays its contributors in the way that YouTube does, or at least on the economic scale to make video production a feasible business.
One of YouTube's driving successes is their creator's community. Without them, we would have much less diverse content.
Waste of money
@arkard - Unfortunately that's how reputation works. One incident can label a company for life. Not a Samsung fan myself, but at least the incident hasn't deterred many from buying their later products. Only stupid people ride on one-off past incidents.
Uhhhhhhhhh settle down there, Sparky.
Well this was pretty neat.
Sounding a bit biased here, but woo hoo! Lol.
The 8 Plus and 8 also suffer from such a fate and I think both still use IPS screens.
Not gonna buy a phone named DOOGEE. Sounds like a porno.
As a long time Android troll, I bought an 8 Plus to trial for the next year. :/
This is what happens when old-hat news corps want to be hip and modern but know nothing about their environment. They spends thousands on analytics program they can't even make full use off and force us to use products that aren't beneficial. I guess video is the big deal, but imo, it's more for social media and YouTube. Many people still want to read plain ole text.
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