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MadAxe

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@Samuel Which smartphone do you use?
 

Samuel

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I've a Pixel 2XL with a shattered screen. It's at its last stage.

The photo I've shared on the previous page is from my camera though.
 

Lamborghini

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I'm considering Moto Fusion for my sister. And I absolutely forgot to do a camera comparison for @anant.del shall do it soon.

I really miss smaller phones with 5 or 5.5 inches form factor.
If possible, go for one + fusion. It has a full hd screen, 6 gigs ram so you are future proof and also it would help her in consuming content(studies and videos). I do not know the use case for your sister but generally speaking from a long term perspective for a mobile (2+) years.

Else even a simple Redmi phone would do if you intend to change phone on a regular basis.
 


philip

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Anyone has any ideas what will be the price of OnePlus Nord .That's their first midrange phone isn't it . It would be catchier if they launch it within 25k
 

Sushubh

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tell her moto is chinese. but then so is nord and Redmi.
 


Lamborghini

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Oh no, we want to stay miles away from Xiaomi. She'll be getting a Motorola phone this time. I've suggested OnePlus Nord, but nope. She's fixated on Moto. 🤷‍♂️
It's a good device, both fusion and fusion+. The later is more future proof, or atleast, those were differences I observed (mentioned in above post). I would have suggested Nokia too, but given the number of problems associated with most of their device lineup's, it would be better to stay away from them.
 

Lamborghini

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Idk, my experience with Asus is a bit dicey. Their first battery will bulge within a year, I think Sanke or socrates here will confirm this. Another thing is their updates tend to give more problems with time. I didn't upgrade my phone from Lollipop to marshmallow due to large bugs making my phone practically non functioning. But that's my experience. You can head over to Asus forum to get a hang issues plaguing the device.
 

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@Lamborghini I can confirm that of the 3 Asus Max Pro M1 & 1 Asus Max Pro M2 in my house. The Max Pro M2 got grotesquely distorted by the battery bulge in 13 months (Due to faulty update), so it cant go out in an exchange offer. Family member is still waiting for the service center to open in its new location in Dadar. After contacting them via twitter & 'Contact the CEO' option on their website we were contaced by the customer care guys v senior people but it was a waste of time. Another 2 Max Pro M1 got a slight battery (Went faulty in 13 & 15 months respectively) bulge so we could get rid of it in an exchange offer for Samsung Galaxy M31's ( about my experience with a M31, I am posting below). @krish_88 has got a Max Pro M2 stuck in Boot Loop. For which there are reports of it being replaced free. He should update us with his experience.
 
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