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September 14, 2020

One plus Nord Review hindi blog anish.com

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The OnePlus Nord is animportant moment for OnePlus. For years OnePlus hasbasically stuck to flagships. Nowadays it likes to do them two at a time but they’re both designedto sit more or less at the top of the market. Now it’s expanding with theNord, its first serious attempt at a mid-range phone in years. Launching a mid-range phonemeans making some tough decisions about what theOnePlus name means to people. It still needs to have thosefeatures that people buy OnePlus phones for in thefirst place but it also needs to make some compromises.


Not just because it needs to make it cheap but also so that once it ischeaper it doesn’t end up so good that people chooseit over your flagship phones. It needs to draw a linebetween OnePlus features and flagship OnePlus features. It’s a balancing act whereif you get the balance slightly wrong you couldend up with the same kind of flagship killer thatOnePlus liked to call its phones back in the day.

Only now OnePlus hasflagship phones of its own that risk getting caught in the crossfire. So what does a mid-rangeOnePlus phone look like? Which flagship features do you get to keep and which do you lose ? So this is it, the OnePlus Nord. The model I’ve been using has 12 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes ofstorage and costs 469 pounds or 499 euros. But there’s also a step downmodel with eight gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes ofstorage which costs 379 pounds or 399 euros. So it’s a mid-range phonesitting in a similarish sort of price category tothis year’s entry level, 419 pound iPhone SE or the429 pound Galaxy A51 5G.

Both models are releasing inEurope and India but OnePlus is only planning a limitedbeta launch in the US for now. At either price you’regetting what is on paper quite a well specced device. There’s a 6.4, four inch OLED display with a 1080p resolution anda 90 Hertz refresh rate, a quad rear camera array basedaround the same 48 megapixel sensor that OnePlus used forthe 8, dual selfie cameras, including one with an ultrawide lens, and you’re getting support for sub six gigahertz 5G. Now the trade-off, on paperat least, is that the Nord is powered by a Snapdragon 765Gprocessor which isn’t quite as fast as the flagshipprocessors OnePlus used in the 8 and the 8 Pro.

But specs can’t tell you howpremium a device feels to hold. And the OnePlus Nord’s designis one of the more obvious indicators of it’s lower price point. That said, I still really like it. I like the simplicity,there’s no messing around with screens that curve roundthe edges of the device. Instead you’re gonna get aflat screen with a smallish hole-punched notch for theNord’s dual selfie cameras and what I’d call reasonably small set of bevels around the edge of the screen. Generally the whole designdoes feel less premium than the 8 but not ina way that feels cheap, it’s just more utilitarian.

Battery life is also good. Now I’ll admit that it’sstill quite hard to gauge this given the amount of time I’mspending at home right now and I’ll also caveat this bysaying that I was connected to 4G rather than 5G networks. But I was getting betweeneight and 10 hours of screen time betweencharges from the Nord’s 4,115 million power battery. And that includes everything,from watching copious amounts of YouTube to keeping in contactwith friends and colleagues over Slack and WhatsApp, taking photos and of course browsing plenty of Twitter. There’s no wireless chargingbut there is support for OnePlus’ Warp Charge 30Tstandard which the company says should get you about70% of your charge back in half an hour.

So good battery life doesn’tseem to be exclusive to OnePlus flagships, it’s more of auniversal OnePlus feature. Now we already know you’renot getting exactly the same display on this as you didon the 8, it doesn’t have that same curve for example. It’s also a little bitsmaller at 6.44 inches compared to 6.55 inches with the 8. But honestly if you holdthem next to each other you barely notice the difference. So it’s a very similar screenwhich means it’s pretty great. It’s OLED so blacks are lovelyand deep, colors are vibrant, it’s still 1080p and hey, it’s also got that 90 Hertz refresh rate display.

Now I’ve said it beforeand I’ll say it again but high refresh ratedisplays deserve to become the new standard. But there is a caveat andthat’s that the slightly less powerful processor on the Nordmeans that it doesn’t feel exactly as smooth as the 8. I mean it’s fine if you’rescrolling through something simple like the app drawerbut scroll through Twitter with its numerous videos and images and it does start tostutter, if only a little. It’s a little bit hard toshow on video but trust me when I say it is there.

It’s still better than a 60 Hertz display but it just doesn’t feel assmooth as what we’ve seen from flagship phones with 90 Hertz displays. It’s an acceptable trade offfor the price but it’s also something that’s worth bearing in mind. Oh, and by the by, Ifound it hard to fault the in-display fingerprint sensor. It works basically everytime and I’ve barely had to think about it. So a high-end display seemsto be a OnePlus staple and not something that’sexclusive to its flagships, even if you’re not gettingexactly the same performance. Audio isn’t a strong suit of the Nord. There’s a single downwardfiring speaker here which means that there’s no stereo andwhile it gets plenty loud enough there’s just not that much base there. So I guess good speakersare a flagship exclusive.

So far we’ve been trying towork out what features OnePlus thinks all of its phones needto have and which it wants to keep for its flagships. But cameras are a bittrickier to categorize here because they’ve never been oneof OnePlus’ core strengths. They’ve been good, butnever best in class. Now the good news is that theNord’s cameras are in a very similar ballpark to theOnePlus 8 and the better news is there’s at least one feature here that is exclusive to the Nord. Now the Nord has a lot of cameras. I mean on the back there’s four. There’s a 48 megapixel maincamera, an eight megapixel ultra wide angle camera, atwo megapixel macro camera and a five megapixel depth sensor. And on the front, there’s two.

There’s a main 32 megapixel camera and an eight megapixel ultra wide with a 105 degree field ofview, a neat little exclusive for the Nord. Now that’s a lot of hardware. So here’s what OnePlusactually does with it. In daylight I think you getvery similar quality photos to the 8 with the Nord. I mean check out thisphoto from my living room. And if I didn’t label thephotos I think you’d have a hard time telling me whichphone took which photo. Sometimes the OnePlus Nord decides to add a little bit more saturationto photos than the 8 does but most of the time you canbarely tell the difference. It’s the same when it comes to faces.

There’s more of a differencewhen it comes to wide angle shots though where you reallymiss the extra resolution on the 8’s ultra wide camera. The Nord seems to overcompensatewith a little too much image processing sometimes. But, it’s probablyacceptable at this price and I’d rather it wasthere than not at all. It’s the same deal with thewide angle selfie camera. Sure, it’s images are a little softer than the main 32 megapixelsensor and the selfie camera in general seems tomake my face a bit weird and bright looking but it’ssuper useful for group selfies or I guess couple selfies ifyou’re socially distancing. Whatever, I like it. While we’re talking extracameras let’s run down the other two that are onthe back of this device. There’s a macro camera andthe camera for sensing depth. Both are kind of a mixed bag.

I mean take the macro camera,it’s certainly managed to focus on this amoeba thatyes, I know, I always use to test macro cameras but tryas I might my shots ended up looking muddy and blurry. Same with these flowers. It’s not something I’d ever choose to use. Likewise with this depthsensing camera I think it did a decent enough jobgenerating a convincing background blur on thisphoto of me in low light but in this shot of myflatmate it completely beefed the hair on the top left of his head. It quite a nice shot overallbut once you notice the hair you can’t un-see it. And speaking of low lightshots, well, if you watched my review of the 8 then youprobably have a good idea of what to expect here. It’s acceptable, but nothing amazing.

So, like the 90 Hertzdisplay, the Nord has a lot of hardware but I don’tnecessarily think it gets the most out of it that it could. It’s in a very similar leagueto the 8 and I just don’t think that either are thephone to get if you want the absolute best camera available. That said I think those tradeoffs are far more worth it at this price pointthan they were on the 8. (gentle music) I think the Nord is areally solid mid-range phone but it’s not perfect. It’s well specced, yes. I mean, it’s got lots ofcameras, it’s got that nice big high refresh rate displayand of course it’s got that big battery. But the reality of what it gets from that hardware sometimesleaves a little bit to be desired.

I mean it’s got lots of camera lenses but overall performanceends up only being okay. And it’s got that highrefresh rate display but sometimes its processorseems to let it down. They’re compromises but I don’tthink they’re unreasonable at this price point. Picking a mid-range phoneis normally a matter of choosing the battles. You have to pick which featuresare most important to you because no mid-range phone isgonna be able to completely deliver on all of them. But you sort of can’tdo that with the Nord, it’s too well-rounded, which means there are no serious pitfalls. There’s also no one area thatit completely delivers on.

That’s not a bad thing at all,it just kinda makes it hard to unreservedly recommend this phone to any one group of people. On the flip side thoughit does mean that I can sort of recommend thisphone to almost anyone. OnePlus made a decent mid-range phone. But look, it’s no flagship killer. Hey, so thank you somuch for watching guys. If you’re looking foranother video to watch then obviously I just recommendwatching this one again ’cause it’s kind of great. But if you must havesome variety in your life then Becca reviewed theOnePlus Buds last week which are the new true wireless earbuds that go along with this phone. So if you like OnePlus give it a watch.

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September 14, 2020

Pixel 4a Review

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This finally is the Pixel 4a, but before we can talk about the Pixel 4a, we have to talk about timing. This phone isn’t shippinguntil August 20th, which is super late. Google says it’s because the coronavirus kept it from finishing the final stages of design and manufacturing.


But whatever, because thisphone is coming up so late, Google knows that it couldconflict with other phones that it’s gonna release. So it’s just going ahead and pre-announcing two other Pixel phones that are coming out later this year, it’s pre-announcing the Pixel 4a 5G, which is gonna cost $499, and the Pixel 5 which is gonna cost, I don’t know. And literally that’s allwe know about those phones, but right now we have the Pixel 4a and it only costs $349. And I would use it,it’s really pretty good. It’s just a littlebasic, there’s no frills.

There’s nothing fancy on it, pike at all, but there’s no weird softwareand it’s not too big. This is actually themost basic Android phone that you can get. And there’s nothing wrong with basic. (upbeat music) Okay, let’s just give you thebasics of what this phone is. I just said basics again. I’m gonna say basics a lot in this video, I’m gonna try and just turnthat up down a little bit. We’ll see how I do. The most important feature on a Pixel is either Google softwareor it’s the camera, and you know what? Let’s just do it right at the top. Let’s talk about the camera.

It is really good. There is a single 12.2megapixel camera on the back with optical image stabilization and the front camera is eight megapixels inside this little hole punch here. Google’s camera hardware is never really anything special though, because the focus is always on making betteruse of that hardware with computational photography. So I compared the Pixel4a which costs $349 to the Pixel 4 which costs $800, it’s a lot for a Pixel 4, and the iPhone SE which costs $400. And the results are thatthe Pixel 4a’s photos are almost indistinguishablefrom the Pixel 4 in almost all cases. It is good in low light, it is good with night sight. It’s good at HDR, it’spretty solid at zoom. And it has that supercontrasty Pixel look.

Now the iPhone SE doesgive some warmer colors, which some people like, but in general, I will take the4a, especially in low light. Do I wish that Google had put a wide angle or a telephoto lens on the 4a? Well, yeah, but those secondary cameras are almost always worsethan the main sensor, especially on inexpensive phones. So Google just left them out, but that does have one weird side effect. When you go into portrait mode on the 4a, it has to do this reallyaggressive 2x crop to make the portrait stuffwork with the Pixel’s math. Other than that portrait modeis what you would expect. It’s not too great at theedges if you look too closely, but it’s fine for Instagram.

And speaking of math, there is no extra imageprocessor on the Pixel 4a like there is on the Pixel 4. So images do take longer to process. If you take a photo and thenjump right into the gallery, you’re gonna have to wait a beat for the image to fix itself. The other thing about Pixel phones is that while their photos are great, their videos are not so great. If taking video is more important to you than getting great still photos, you might be better off with iPhone SE, but in general, I do still prefer thesestill photos of the Pixel than I do on the iPhone. Bottom line, this is a Pixel, which means that ithas a very good camera. It is a $350 phone that can go toe to toe with cameras that costlike, I don’t know, $1,200. That’s still amazing. Now the rest of this phoneisn’t amazing like the camera, but the Pixel 4a does getalmost all of the basics right. I know, I said it again.

Okay, there’s only one size. It’s got a 5.8 inchscreen with a hole punch and it’s OLED at 1080p. There is a fingerprint sensor on the back and there’s that one camerawith a flash on the back, one camera on the front, and a headphone jack, hooray! As you can see just by looking at it, it looks pretty simple. It has a plastic body and it has Gorilla Glass 3 on the screen, which is kind of a throwback, we’re coming up on Gorilla Glass 7. I don’t know, whatever,it’s really well-built, there’s no flex to it.

And maybe it’s because it’s the same size of regular iPhones have been all the way back to the iPhone 6. But if you don’t like big phones, this feels like the size of phone. This feels like a really good size to me.

You can get any color that you want as long as it’s black. Google likes to use cutenames for its phone colors, and it always calls theblack ones just black. And yeah, this phone isavailable just in black. There is this neat seafoamblue-green power button though. The Pixel 4a also does a good job at a bunch of the other fundamentals. You’ve got stereo speakerson the earpiece here and one on the bottom, it’s got six gigs of RAMand 128 gigs of storage. And actually that 128 is important. You can’t expand it, but it is double what thebase $399 iPhone SE has. So technically the Pixel4a is 100 bucks less than the equivalent 128 gig iPhone SE. The screen quality onthe Pixel 4a is fine. It used to be super rare to be able to get OLEDat this price point, but that’s changing a little bit.

And I think this OLED looks pretty good, it’s obviously not the bestone that I’ve ever seen. The color skew a little bit warm in certain lighting conditions. But look, the bezels are relatively small. The Pixels feel fairly closeto the surface of the glass instead of being weirdly set back like they can feel on other phones. (soft music) Now the phone is missingsome stuff though. So for example, there’sno wireless charging, which sure, but come on, that’s like expected these days. Google also dropped a thing where you can squeeze it tobring up the Google Assistant. And I don’t care. I don’t miss that at all. You don’t get fancyhigher frustrate screens or multiple cameras or awater resistance rating. And that last one, that does kinda suck, but Google dropped all that stuff so that it could focus on the essentials and had to get those right.

And I think that Google might might’ve gotten the most important, essentialthing right, battery life. So there’s really only two ways to improve battery life on a phone, put it in a bigger battery or make the phone draw less power. And I think Google triedto do both on the Pixel 4a. It has a 3,140 milliamp hour battery, which is small by today’s standards, but it’s still 300 milliampsmore than the Pixel 4. And the Pixel 4’s battery life, it’s bad, but the Pixel 4a’s batterylife, well, it’s not amazing, but it’s fully acceptable. You should be able to makeit through a full day. I’m getting around 4 1\2to 5 hours of screen time, which to me is enough. The other thing thathelps with battery life is drawing less power.

And the screen is a big part of that, so a 5.8 inch screenisn’t huge, so that helps. But I think the processor inside the phone is the more important part. It is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G. The G stands for faster graphics. And I think this draws less power than a Snapdragon 865 with a 5G modem. This is also not a 5G phone, by the way. But does that processormake the Pixel 4a slow? I can see it, sometimes it happens totake a beat longer to open and sometimes scrolling in Chrome is gonna feel a little bitjunky, but it’s not terrible. And this phone feels a lot smoother than the Samsung Galaxy A51, which is like kind ofin the same class here.

Smoother is the key thing, because this is usingGoogle’s version of Android, which is super clean,super easy to get around. It doesn’t have a bunch ofextra crap that you don’t want. Like these days Samsung is fully just puttingads in its software now. (sighs) Google is guaranteeing three years of software updates for the Pixel and I think this processor is really gonna be showingits age at three years, but it should make it. But if you compare that to the iPhone SE whose processor right now is a beast, it’s gonna last longer and it’s probably gonnaget like five or six years of software updates. So that’s something to keep in mind. So look, I know that basic is an insult, it means that it’s common.

That it’s every day, but you know what? In your life, you need tohave some simple things that are consistent and reliable. But what I’m saying is I would be very happy with this phone. And I don’t know whyanybody would buy a Pixel 4 when this phone exists and as for the upcomingPixel 4a 5G for 500 bucks, me, I don’t care that much about 5G yet and we don’t know what other changes are coming to it officially, and as for the upcoming Pixel 5, honestly, all I can say is I really hope that Google changes up its flagship phone strategy this year. But wherever the Pixel 5 lands, it’s going to be in a differentmarket than this phone because the Pixel 4a isfor the sub-$400 market. Here is another word thatgets used as an insult, cheap.

The Pixel 4a is cheap in terms of cost, but other than being a little,I don’t know, plasticy, it doesn’t feel cheap. Now it’s not as fast as an iPhone SE. And it probably won’t last as many years as an iPhone SE will, but it costs less and it has a really niceversion of Android on it if you want Android. Look, at this price point,you just can’t have it all. I’ve talked about that withthe Samsung Galaxy A51, John just talked aboutit with the OnePlus Nord. Companies have to pickwhere their priorities are and Google picked the camera and then for everything else that just made sure that it hita baseline level of quality.

This phone is basic, but a lot of phones in this price range don’t even get the basics right. The Pixel 4a does. Hey, everybody, thanksso much for watching. Speaking of cheap, hear that? There’s a bird out there, I can’t stop it. I bought a squirt gun, didn’t work. I’m just doing my best, please subscribe.


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