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  1. Lurichaowo

    Tips on Switching to Android/OxygenOS

    The iPhone Xr with its stock 3gb of RAM and 256 gb of storage comes in at 899 USD, whereas the OP7Pro also at 256 gb but with more than double the amount of ram, 8gbs, comes in at 699 USD. Even at 4 times the amount of ram as the iPhone Xr, it still stays at a lower price of 749 USD Prices were taken from their respective websites. When it comes to FaceID, the OP7Pro also come with its own facial recognition. I do know that it's not as secure as Apple's FaceID, but just the fact that the OP7Pro is giving options of BOTH face unlock and fingerprint reading is a huge selling point for me.
  2. Lurichaowo

    Tips on Switching to Android/OxygenOS

    I've considered the iPhone Xr, but when I looked at what Apple had to offer for $200 more than the OP7Pro. I just didn't feel I would be able to buy it confidently and not have some form of buyers' remorse. The 3 main deal breaking points about the phones from the iPhone Xr are the notch, lack of a fingerprint sensor, and LCD screen. Imo, for $200 less, I will be getting none. The water resistance, although it's not officially rated with an IP resistance, I'm not too worried about. I've seen some videos, where the phone was submerged for long periods of time and sustained no damage to it (ie - Dave Lee and his 15 or so min of complete submersion).
  3. Hi all, I have my eyes on the new Oneplus 7 Pro that's coming in a few days. And I am 98% sure I'm gonna buy it. But being an iPhone user (still rocking that iPhone 7) for the majority of my smartphone using lifespan, I'm kind of nervous of switching to the OxygenOS that is on the OP7Pro. So are there any tips/features that OxygenOs has that I should be aware of? (Things that are really useful, similar to iOS, things I should keep in mind) Just overall things that would help make the transition less rocky and less spending-four-hours-playing-around-with-the-settings-to-figure-out-how-things-work. Thank you for reading and hope to hear back!
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    Need Some Suggestions

    What would be a suitable choice? I don’t mind keeping an eye on some that might go on sale during Black Friday. Even if the price is beyond my budget.
  5. That isn't normal for any notebook, Chromebook or not. I'm not sure what the issue is, but I would def return.
  6. Hi all, I just want some suggestions for a few laptops.I've been using a DELL Latitude 3480 for the last 2 years for school, and it would break my back every time I've brought it to school. It's not a something that I will be immediately, just so I could keep my eyes out for and hopefully pick during Black Friday. These are the requirements: 1) Budget about 750-800 USD. 850 tops. 2) Lightweight, preferably 3-4 lbs, 5 lbs max 3) Will be doing moderate productivity and gaming (League, R6 Seige, Apex. I don't mind having to go on lower settings, just as long as it's playable, 60 fps) (Coding, emulating, etc.) 4) Quiet is a must, I can't have it blowing a hurricane in the library. 5) Preferably 13 in. I'm not too worried about storage since I could bring along a portable SSD but if it came with a 128~256 gb SSD pre-built that would be great. RAM upgradability in the future would be much appreciated. That being said, please no Macs.