(good)vibration has become a rare feature

Yuki Core

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It used to be that You could set the phone to vibrate, and in that way You would know when someone is calling or texting you, when you are in a loud public space or can't be disturbed by any sounds from your device... it's gone very south since the smartphone era.

I don't want to write a damn essay, all I wanted to find out here, is which brand/phone I can trust to give me a good vibration. Lately it only seems that there are just 3, that I know of.

-Latest LG phones, the ThinQ's, I've tried, and it's quite good.

-Samsung, maybe, but it's not the best, but far better than most.

~iPhone, excellent vibration feedback - but that could be only the last resort. As I, and probably everyone else on this forum prefers Android.

All other phone's that I've seen or tried have those damned more audible noise than feedback, vibration motors, it's ridiculous.
I have OnePlus 3T, and it has the same garbage quality vibration motor as OnePlus 6. It's totally trash, it's easier to get notified by people around me who hear the loud **bzzt**, when I have gone used to it, and can't hear it, and definitely NOT feel it.

So if You can give some phone models that have decent above average vibration motor, please post them here.
 

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LG G7 Thinq has a pretty good one. But still not as good as iPhone's. iPhone X feels weaker than other iPhones, but maybe that's just me. All the Xiaomis, Onepluses, Huaweis have the worst kind of vibration motors. Probably supplied by the same suplier, costing close to nothing.

Next phone I buy, I will buy only with good vibration, I've settled on this, OnePlus 3T made me start to hate weak vibration feedback.
 

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