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@matteo.m thanks for the new video. Were they really all the questions you got about the 9 PureView? Nobody asked why there was no uSD card support, dedicated camera shutter button, no 3.5mm headset socket, etc?
Some answers were a little bit too positive - I understand that in marketing you always try to give a positive message, but some I can't really believe. Is gorilla glass 5 really stronger than aluminium in a drop test? Really?! Can aluminium can crack and shatter like glass can? Er, no, only if it's very very cold
@Kartik Gada I think that feature updates are implicit in "just keeps getting better". But HMD may mean that this only applies to the OS version updates, which I know is not what you mean. @matteo.m what HMD could do to improve this is to replicate what old Nokia did with the Lumia updates - give them different names from the OS version updates, e.g. Lumia Amber, Black, Cyan, Denim. "Branding" an update to give it a Nokia flavour may actually be a good thing anyway.
@stipe1906 Agree That HMD Can't Do Wireless Charging on Alluminium Phones , Till Now Wireless Charging is Limited tot Premium or Flagship Phones . But For The Midrange Segment Why They Are Not Making Alluminium Phones AnyMore ?
About The Nokia 9 Pureview, Can We Use Flash While Shooting On Mannual Shutter Speed ? I Don't Think So Because Other Phones With It Can't Use Flash , But The Same Thing I Can Do On My Nokia Lumia 625 Another Thing "Pause" Button Is Missing While Shooting Video .
Camera App Needs "Voice Capture " Speciallly For Nokia 9 Pureview While Shooting On 10 sec. shutterspeed HMD Should Provide Full Version Of Adobe Lightroom Licence Copy Atleast For One Year And Last Thing The "Pureview" Branding Should beThere on Back Pannel 🙂
I need to agree strongly on the Android One topic. It would have been all good if all the competition was also on the same level. But since the competitors using Android are doing much better with their software, I'm not sure for how long the promise of updates will be the only selling point of Android One. Probably the competitor phones do not need major Android releases at all, because they are already better than what the Android Q will bring. They most likely already dk all of that except for dedicated app level APIs which will be changed/introduced in Android Q. The sooner HMD walks from this one-sided favor to Google, the better it is. HMD pretty much gains nothing while being part of Android One. Heck, Google couldn't even give their camera app - the only meaningful feature in the Pixel phones. So, what's Android One worth?
When Nokia 9 pureivew smartphones bring Vietnam???
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