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  1. Golurk's Avatar
    They will change their tune once Samsung will go with the square design camera on one of their next year phone. Just like when they dropped the jack on Note 10, added punch hole camera etc.
    I’m not too sure they’ll make a square camera module (they might). More likely they will stick to the current horizontal one or go vertical like on the Note 10.
    09-22-2019 11:48 AM
  2. bhatech's Avatar
    I’m not too sure they’ll make a square camera module (they might). More likely they will stick to the current horizontal one or go vertical like on the Note 10.
    They may just do it so that it looks different. Went from horizontal to vertical on S10 to Note 10. They may go square or circle next. They don’t want to make it look just like last year’s camera irrespective of it’s actually better or not.

    Or unless they go with some other crazy geometrical shape
    09-22-2019 11:52 AM
  3. Golurk's Avatar
    They may just do it so that it looks different. Went from horizontal to vertical on S10 to Note 10. They may go square or circle next. They don’t want to make it look just like last year’s camera irrespective of it’s actually better or not.

    Or unless they go with some other crazy geometrical shape
    Personally I’d rather they keep the horizontal or vertical setup and have a triple aperture 108MP main camera, add autofocus and OIS to the ultra-wide and have 3-5x optical zoom with OIS with a better night mode and AI, but I get your point.
    09-22-2019 12:00 PM
  4. Mooncatt's Avatar
    Yep. I haven't cared about headphone jacks since like.. the Note 3 and 4. I've been all Bluetooth since then so I've never used it. That's why I don't care it is gone.
    My personal vehicles only have aux inputs, no Bluetooth. My work truck has Bluetooth, but there's a huge delay in audio when watching YouTube (during my down rinse, of course), but gaming is ok enough. So yeah, a headphone jack is still a big deal for me. Lol
    09-22-2019 01:36 PM
  5. Almeuit's Avatar
    My personal vehicles only have aux inputs, no Bluetooth. My work truck has Bluetooth, but there's a huge delay in audio when watching YouTube (during my down rinse, of course), but gaming is ok enough. So yeah, a headphone jack is still a big deal for me. Lol
    Ah mine all have has Bluetooth. My truck actually supports Android Auto and Carplay so I just use that.
    09-22-2019 01:37 PM
  6. mustang7757's Avatar
    I also use Bluetooth in the car , haven't tried the aux ..but wouldn't there be a delay either way do to reception if that was the case ?
    09-22-2019 01:42 PM
  7. Mooncatt's Avatar
    I also use Bluetooth in the car , haven't tried the aux ..but wouldn't there be a delay either way do to reception if that was the case ?
    With true aux, I've never encountered a delay. In terms of reliability and sound quality, wired always beats wireless with today's technology.
    09-22-2019 04:48 PM
  8. mustang7757's Avatar
    With true aux, I've never encountered a delay. In terms of reliability and sound quality, wired always beats wireless with today's technology.
    What I'm asking though , if you go into area with spoty internet connection can a wired delay also ?
    09-22-2019 05:36 PM
  9. buzzy3970's Avatar
    Not true at least for me. Even though I don't find iPhones appealing I would say the same if Samsung did it just like how my note 2 had the Verizon branding on the home button. I still haven't forgave them for that
    It's okay I get it. Many have to find something to mock Apple for. Once Samsung does it one day everyone will justify why it's okay.

    Just like how everyone was all "OMG NO HEADPHONE JACK? PFFT APPLE. SAMSUNG FTW."

    Now that it is gone.. everyone is all "oh it isn't so bad" .

    It's cool though everyone can hate on how it looks on the back all they want since I like how it functions. I think all phones should have a wide lens because when you need it and can get that amazing shot it's awesome. I'm hoping the Pixel 4 will be the same.
    09-22-2019 08:11 PM
  10. Almeuit's Avatar
    Not true at least for me. Even though I don't find iPhones appealing I would say the same if Samsung did it just like how my note 2 had the Verizon branding on the home button. I still haven't forgave them for that
    Oh yeah I don't mean everyone -- that is why I didn't say everyone... But I have seen plenty that in the past were die hard "I need 18 batteries in my back pack and hot swap!" to now using phones w/o battery swaps and using bluetooth versus wired .. and justifying it whereas before they **** on phone without.
    09-22-2019 08:19 PM
  11. Mooncatt's Avatar
    What I'm asking though , if you go into area with spoty internet connection can a wired delay also ?
    In that case, still no. At least not relative to the video. If data is delayed to the phone due to poor connection, the video pauses all together, audio included.
    09-22-2019 08:24 PM
  12. buzzy3970's Avatar
    Facts. I can't stop get compliments whenever some see's my phone. It's a statement piece
    If you had the Aura Glow you would
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    09-22-2019 08:37 PM
  13. buzzy3970's Avatar
    I'm too spoiled by the advantages of Bluetooth that I could never rely on aux. I love that whenever I start my car my music or audio instantly plays from where it left off no matter how long it's been paused. Also love how I can go from car to headphones or vice versa without losing connection or having to push any buttons. Thankfully I've never noticed a lag in sound due to Bluetooth as I can see how that would be annoying with videos.
    In that case, still no. At least not relative to the video. If data is delayed to the phone due to poor connection, the video pauses all together, audio included.
    09-22-2019 08:43 PM
  14. mustang7757's Avatar
    In that case, still no. At least not relative to the video. If data is delayed to the phone due to poor connection, the video pauses all together, audio included.
    So same Bluetooth or wired ..
    09-22-2019 10:51 PM
  15. mustang7757's Avatar
    Oh yeah I don't mean everyone -- that is why I didn't say everyone... But I have seen plenty that in the past were die hard "I need 18 batteries in my back pack and hot swap!" to now using phones w/o battery swaps and using bluetooth versus wired .. and justifying it whereas before they **** on phone without.
    "I need 18 batteries in my back pack and hot swap!"

    09-22-2019 10:54 PM
  16. Mooncatt's Avatar
    I'm too spoiled by the advantages of Bluetooth that I could never rely on aux. I love that whenever I start my car my music or audio instantly plays from where it left off no matter how long it's been paused. Also love how I can go from car to headphones or vice versa without losing connection or having to push any buttons. Thankfully I've never noticed a lag in sound due to Bluetooth as I can see how that would be annoying with videos.
    My music will start up again as soon as I plug the aux or headphone cable back in as well. I also haven't had Bluetooth automatically switch like that. If I'm listening on Bluetooth and that connection is lost, I have to manually restart on the next device.

    I guess some things are implemented differently on different phones.
    09-22-2019 11:53 PM
  17. buzzy3970's Avatar
    Yea that happens on any device that I have set to favorites in my car and it automatically overpowers any Bluetooth device I'm listening to as I enter the car(usually my tone platinums). I love it because it truly allows me to be handsfree and just focus on driving when I get into the vehicle no fundling of my phone as long as it is in the connectable range.
    My music will start up again as soon as I plug the aux or headphone cable back in as well. I also haven't had Bluetooth automatically switch like that. If I'm listening on Bluetooth and that connection is lost, I have to manually restart on the next device.

    I guess some things are implemented differently on different phones.
    09-23-2019 12:38 AM
  18. bobbyleebrown.bb's Avatar
    My personal vehicles only have aux inputs, no Bluetooth. My work truck has Bluetooth, but there's a huge delay in audio when watching YouTube (during my down rinse, of course), but gaming is ok enough. So yeah, a headphone jack is still a big deal for me. Lol
    Have you thought about using one of these?
    09-23-2019 06:27 AM
  19. Mooncatt's Avatar
    Have you thought about using one of these?[IMG=360x760]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190923/be149197040110b509485c2717964a16.jpg[/url]
    I'm not interested in those.
    09-23-2019 07:45 AM
  20. rabernet's Avatar
    Not true at least for me. Even though I don't find iPhones appealing I would say the same if Samsung did it just like how my note 2 had the Verizon branding on the home button. I still haven't forgave them for that
    I remember that! I also got a special sticker to cover that on my home button.

    The only time I used an auxiliary cord was in my old 2009 Altima. Traded that in last Christmas and now have a 2016 Rogue that has bluetooth. I was using bluetooth headphones at work to listen to podcasts. If I still had that Altima, I'd probably just get a dongle for the phone so that I could still listen to Audible in the car.
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    09-23-2019 08:41 AM
  21. bhatech's Avatar
    Apple nailed with battery this year. Even the smaller iPhone 11 pro outdoes the Note 10+ on battery tests. Not that I'm saying these battery tests are true reflection but the Note 10+ running on 1080p came behind the smaller iPhone 11 pro which has a considerable lesser battery. Also, has to do with the exynos version which is not great in terms of battery compared to snapdragon version. 11 pro max battery is on another level.

    09-24-2019 12:07 PM
  22. strikeIII's Avatar
    Apple nailed with battery this year. The smaller iPhone 11 pro outdoes the Note 10+ on battery tests. Not that I'm saying these battery tests are true reflection but the Note 10+ running on 1080p came behind the smaller iPhone 11 pro which has a considerable lesser battery. Also, has to do with the exynos version which is not great in terms of battery compared to snapdragon version. 11 pro max battery is on another level.

    I'll definitely give them that. Coming from personal experience I've never had a device that could last me a whole day on battery with the way I use them including the Note 10+. Been using the iPhone 11 Pro Max since release as my Primary and it can EASILY handle my work load. Super impressed with the battery life. But unfortunately it's no Note 10+ so I'll be switching back soon.
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