It's here, the ultimate 6-inch smartphone showdown. In this video we compare ASUS Zenfone 3 Ultra vs Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro vs Sony Xperia XA Ultra vs Xiaomi Mi Max. Which one is your GadgetMatch?
00:53 Design & User Interface
04:40 Battery Life
05:43 Gaming Power
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I'm adding the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro to the showdown:
Qualified (6.0 inch screen size)
UI: 2nd stealing the A9 Pro
Display: 1st place stealing the A9 pro spot
Audio: 2nd tied with the A9 Pro
Battery life: Reliable as a daily driver
Processor: 1st place stealing the Snapdragon 652 spot (it has a Snapdragon 653) 8h31m screen on time with 1h34m charging time
(5 minutes to 7%
10 minutes to 14%
30 minutes to 41%
60 minutes to 81%
100% in 1 hour 34 minutes)
Fingerprint Sensor: Yes
Gyroscope : Yes
Price: approx INR 30K
In my opinion, the clear winner is the Galaxy A9 Pro. It has the best screen, the most premium design and the best battery life. Its cameras are good too. And, with such thick bezels, i don't think a phone that's bigger than 6 inch is acceptable, especially since the ZenFone 3 Ultra has the thickest bezels despite having the biggest screen size out of the 4.
Xiaomi Mi Mix is definitely the second winner. It offers good performance, great battery life and is well-specced at such a low price, even though i hate MIUI a lot because of its cheap look and overall user experience. Sony Xperia XA Ultra, on the other hand, is the worst. The only good thing about it is its selfie camera. It does have a beautiful design. But for its price, the plastic material is just unacceptable.
At 4:10 can easily see that asus camera has the worst dynamic range of all 4. Samsung took the 1st plase here and mi max the 2nd. One should be blind to beleave that zp3 camera is the best after seeng it.
A+ for the video, i love it i love it
it's one of the greatest videos u have ever made ,do more videos like this
i agree with all decisions in the video but my winner is the samsung galaxy A9 pro
Zenfone 3 Ultra plus of the price it is too large to be a phablet, i think it's a little tablet more than a large phablet
Bad comparison we all know that the MI MAX is by far the ultra xa and the c9 and the Asus are too expensive and are not available to everyone, in addition should be compared to the Mi Mix that shatters all of these, minimum compare The best version of Max, saludos hermano
pésima comparación todos sabemos que el MI MAX es superior por mucho al xa ultra y el c9 y el Asus son demasiado caros y no están al alcance de todos, además se debió comparar con el Mi Mix que los hace pedazos a todos estos, mínimo comparar la mejor versión del Max
As I watch this video on my Sony XA Ultra, I truly appreciate the commentary and specs giving in this video. coming from the Nexus 6 I chose the Sony for a couple different reasons. first and foremost I wanted to see if I could use a non Nexus / Google pixel phone. One thing we all have to realize is, tastes in cell phones are purely subjective, while one person may enjoy and like one phone it may not suit or bring happiness to the other.
I personally don't believe that a cell phone should have any kind of button on the front of the phone. using the Nexus 6 for the last two-plus years I definitely wanted a large screen cell phone. the Nexus 6 had a 6 inch Quad HD AMOLED screen. The Sony has a 1080p IPS LED. I have not been disappointed with the Sony screen at all. Sony's skinned over OS is minimal and while there are some bloatware apps that are certainly annoying I have been able to disable them. with a Nexus 6, I could go throughout the day in confidence without relying on battery chargers. the Sony phone not so much. I have you stamina mode and the performance has not been muted too much and is tolerable. I've only had the Sony phone for about 3 weeks, so far I've been totally happy with the build quality and durability. Working in manufacturing and having my phone in my pocket all day long, I'm not exactly easy on my equipment. The camera is still mostly an unknown for me. the few pictures that I've taken and videos have been fairly good. The camera software has great flexibility in in customization and I am looking forward to sing the capacity of the hardware. For the money I spent, I have NOT been disappointed at all with the Sony XA Ultra and I think it is by far the best looking out of the bunch. But that's just my opinion.
I wanted the Sony, but too small. I wanted the Asus but no 4K recording in that price range is just fucking stupid, Asus! Oh, yeah. And Samsung stopped building something great with the Galaxy SII and are just riding the AMOLED and user-base wave. Winner : Xiaomi Mi Max. Bigger battery, 4K camera, optional use of the fingerprint sensor. Drawbacks : bloatware, MI UI is not so good, stock camera is crap at both still and recording. Fix : Snap Camera HDR. All pics are great and video goes from the crappy artifacts at 4K 40Mbps to zero artifacts on higher Mbps (I use 100Mbps because I have a big ass card). Also, you can buy 2xXiaomi handsets for less than the price of any of the others.
You might also want to explain how the Xiaomi didn't win at battery life or is not a multimedia device, considering it has the exact same SoC as the Asus and a 200mAh bigger battery.
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