Discussion in 'Google Android (OS & Devices)' started by Danske, Mar 5, 2016.
It wont be Danske, the XL will be $1000 mark and the Pixel will be like $600.
that settles it. oneplus 3 it is...
If you consider the Pixel to be a mashup of HTC 10 level innards ($1099) and A9 body and screen ($648), $850 is the midway point. If it's $600, it'll be like the glory days of Nexus 5 bang for buck.
If Telstra is going to have a phone in the $95 plan, it must be the Pixel XL (or incredibly poor value).
with the just announced iPh7 pricing you'd have to be dreaming to think these will launch under a grand.
Now you can upgrade to an iPhone for a cheap $1024.
"2x better, 2x the innovation, 2x the wank. This. is. the. best. iphone. we. have. invented."
Haha i know the pricing is insane. At the end of the day the jokes on us consumers though cause we keep paying the prices haha
I don't understand why people don't think they aren't worth this - the tech in a phone is insane.
It's not all bad if you use it for 2-3 years.
But at your rate you'll have a new phone in a few weeks of using the iPhone 7 .
Also, I hope this no 3.5mm jack is just an Apple thing, I very much enjoy charging my phone while listening to music (although I charge wirelessly anyway haha).
Are people actually surprised by the iPhone 7 pricing, or is this just restating the horror at the prices? Wasn't the 6S $999 (for the 16GB model which was too small so you pretty much had to go 64GB for $1200ish)? $1079 isn't that much of an increase.
The 6S was a grand and the Nexus 5X was still $500ish
I'm not surprised but I am restarting the horror .
I'm hoping for $600 aud, but I don't think we'll get the Pixel for that price. I guess $850 mark makes more logical sense.
My partner just got a Bluetooth speaker for the study instead of a whole amp/speaker system. I'm not sure whether it's just this speaker (Cambridge Audio) but man the sound quality over Bluetooth is terrible, we're using the 3.5mm aux jack [emoji38]
I'm usually the first to bash Apple for... well, pretty much anything really. But to be honest I can't find a reason to get upset about the audio jack.
I haven't used wired headphones ever since I picked up a nice Sony Bluetooth earphone set, and that was about 2 years ago. Dropping the jack feels like a natural progression.
I see most of the people don't even know.
As with everything, we all have our opinions and different uses for things, and I disagree with this completely.
I like the idea of wireless headphones (if they can sound as good as wired headphones, from my experience they don't), but I am against removal of functionality (3.5mm jack) purely because I can't charge and listen to music - until they bring out a smart USB C headphone that can do charge as well?
I've invested in really great headphones already that use the plug so if an adapter didn't exist, I wouldn't purchase a device without the jack.
Motorola are already phasing out the jack for USB c too, I just hope this doesn't become a bandwagon because Apple have done it. Or if it does become the way of things, at least give us a way to charge our phone too.
No wires is clearly better than wires, sure, but right now that means limited battery life and noticeably inferior sound. That doesn't seem like a good trade.
You're absolutely right about audio quality; this is a concession I make for the convenience of wireless earphones.
I just had a sleep on the couch and needed to charge my 6p while listening to music on my nice Bowers and Wilkins headphones.
SUCH AN ANTIQUATED WAY TO LIVE!
why dont the phone companys just put two usb c jacks on the phones.
charge or listen from either .....
minds blown ?
That might impact on their ability to make the stupid things 0.3mm thick.
errrr, didnt mean stacked lol
try side by side, or one top and one bottom ???