Xiaomi Mi 8 – What To Expect

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  2. I owned a xiaomi redmi pro and it also had oled panel. I'm not going to buy an oled xiaomi again. My screen got so bad from burn in that I replaced my device with another model because of this. So annoying!

  3. Xiaomi's MIUI Global very bad software… Because Global MIUI always facing one by one major bug .. and day by day developer team create new major problems for MIUI Global software….

  4. Mi7 was named Mi8 because its Xiaomi 8th Anniversary this year so they decided to name it Mi8 (and according to Chinese folk the number 8 is a lucky number).. Hope you know that.

  5. Wait we talking about the same US Government that, that already hacks your phone, smart tv's. The same Country that past the Patriot Act and a few other intrusive Acts, but when black ppl had a problem with it turn and ask them "why you worried?, Do you have something to hide?"
    If that ain't the pot calling the kettle black!

  6. Yes Not Just Chinese Phones..
    There are security risks if you have a device which could be literary used to do anything.
    And Yes I too hate Hate Chinese.
    One question ..
    How about BlackBerry? Is it safer?

  7. Regarding the whole spying on the phone thing , imo every phone has just as many chances of some one spying on you , or stealing your data .
    These days even downloading an app from the playstore , you have to ask yourself
    " do i trust this app to be not full of spy wear " , or "do i really need this app in the first place " ?
    I can honestly say as long time android user , i rarely download an app these days , and unless i have a very very good feeling about its security i do not download.
    Everyone thought facebook was ok and look how that turned out .
    I would say a more real assessment of smart phones is …….. if you want to be absolutely sure no one is watching you , somehow stealing your data , monitoring your every move ……… do not have a phone or smart phone full stop ,,,,,,, nothing is truly secure imo ..

  8. The biggest data collector is US government and they spy on people around the world they don't have the right to say anything about it. I believe US government know that Chinese companies can take Apple and others places

  9. Then I think we shouldn't be purchasing any ONEPLUS DEVICE too…
    A lot of Indians have XIAOMI devices in their houses !!!
    I don't think it matters that much.

  10. If you do business in China, you're required to share Chinese citizens' data with the government. Apple does it with their Chinese customers. Whether a Chinese company would share international citizens' data is a different story.

  11. well Chinese phones may keep tracking us (am out of US) but can you assure, US companies (both apple and android) are not tracking us? its like i am on good side and rest are on bad side. where the definition of good varies from person to person.

  12. The display on the mi phone are probably the worst I have ever seen. Serious light bleeding on top just sucks and absolutely distracting

  13. Data theft from the smartphone is not new to market
    Huawei has been blamed for the same earlier now its xiaomi or vivo /oppo /ZTE
    What's the guarantee that us based iPhone or earlier Motorola didn't do it???
    Fact is the American companies are not able to make affordable smartphones vis-a-vis Chinese manufacturers…. Hence the insecurities.
    China became world's largest economy last year or so, China's maximum business is with USA in terms of revenue.
    What's USA doing about it?

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