As much as I love the new android 6.0 system installed on oneplus 2 smartphones, about the oneplus 1 update to 6.0 system.. maybe wait cm system .. they really have skewed pretty far from where they were a few years ago. Their hardware is still some of the best, as is their software, but their after-purchase support has tanked. Now it is difficult to trust them. Unless and until they really start making promises and sticking to them with more transparency throughout the process, I doubt many will give them the time of day anymore.
The HTC 10 is actually really, really close to stock. Some icons swapped around and a few of their own default apps over Google's, but no more so than Moto. It really has come a long, long way. And, also like Moto, what they do add either makes Android genuinely better, or is out of the way so it can be easily ignored.
It would've been better if they still made them customizable. I'd buy the one on the right if it could be black with red instead of all white. I gave it a try for just over a day, but i got a little frustrated for some of the apps I use daily that weren't where i needed them. I plan on trying it again and move some things differently, but I love the clean look, hence what attracted me.
I think they will keep the new smartphones. They actually could do with sorting out the camera. I thought they had got it right on the xiaomi mi4c and 4s model or the meizu mx5 but it is still not that good. It was the best so far but still some way to go. oneplus 1 was the best one so far. A better version of the original cm12.1 system. Last year's was totally design by marketing research, this year seems to be going the same way. Samsung's front with LG's back, that's what I saw on the new oneplus x and oneplus 3 leak.
The back is still perfect, the metal frame has one tiny nick from a drop, and it has a tiny, almost invisible crack in each corner of the front glass from the same drop.
I will wait the new xiaomi mi5 pro model 128GB and 4GB RAM on Nextbuying.com .. looking for that option as well because the vibration motor from the Nexus 6 sounds cheap or the Letv company new release the letv new 6GB max version smartphone ..
I wait next smartphone spec hope 1080p amoled screen, 4gb of ram, 5 or 5.2 or 5.5 screen, same metal frame plus soft back, fingerprints in the M dimple. Qualcomm's finest products. 820 runs hot too, just not as hot as 810. I would pick another new Qualcomm's SoC which runs not hot.
my new smartphone heat is very bad for the batteries, but leaving them at very low voltages isn't very good either. I always charge oneplus 2 when it reaches a minimum 3.5v. My phone has 21 months old, and i don't see any visible battery degradation. I don't charge to 100% either. Usually at 90% max with a rest voltage of 4.15 to 4.20 max. Once in a month i deplete the battery to 0% and let it die, and charge it to 100% in off state to calibrate the battery.
The phone still work. Just can't see anything you're doing. Luckily I had my old phone lying around. the battery percentage is below 40% the screen crashes just lik ur phone did in the above image and also gives out a loud irritating sound, I checked online for solutions and figured out that hapeens due to some 'hardware failure, dont know in which part of the tablet it happens, thats the nexus 6x, I dont know wether its the same case for your phone.
Know they usually announce later in the year, I was just looking for some hope. I don't want to just settle for an X force. Shatter proof screen is nice and all, but phones now have dual lenses. LG just released a modular phone.
Have you tried power cycling the device? Some wave interference can be corrected by turning the device off to restart the chip and drivers. because every major upgrade of Android brings a new bootloader version and a new partition table... so, if you try to downgrade to the previous version of stock firmware, since bootloader can't be downgraded, there will be a mismatch, And if you catch an OTA update you'll hard brick for sure!!!
Stock Android 5.1 ROM you can even flash a custom cm 12.1 or cm 13 system OS, without any issue and preserving all the features!!! The only thing you can't do is restoring the new android ROM. I was on Lollipop stock and restored the phone to Kitkat stock. Today I installed cm13 and, when I touched reboot system, my phones doesn't start the system, just shows the cm13's icon for 40 minutes.
Unlocking the device in developer settings and then type on Minimal ADB and fastboot "fastboot oem unlock". That's it.
if I theme framework the moto display screen graphics get messed up. Is this a known issue? Basically instead of it being all black, half of the screen is a dark gray and there is a grey square behind the unlocking circle.