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"That pricing is aggressive compared to similar iPhones, Samsungs, or even OnePlus phones, especially when you consider that Google is providing 128GB of storage in both base models."
This is from the same paragraph that mentions the pricing, so I’m not sure if you somehow skipped that, or are purposefully ignoring it, but they’re saying the price is low relative to flagships from Apple, Samsung, and OnePlus.
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"But if you became an early adopter like me, you might have wound up disappointed."
Nope. I got the iPhone 12 Pro Max last year the day it came out, and also bought the Belkin MagSafe charging stands the day they came out. I have three scattered throughout my house, and love them.
One of the best benefits of MagSafe, for me, is that I can use the MagSafe compatible PopGrip and can take it on/off whenever I want.
Is MagSafe a game/life changer? Nope, but it’s definitely a nice benefit to have, and for those that don’t want to use it, they don’t have to. I don’t see what the big deal is.
"you can quickly grab the power weapons or repel yourself back onto a ledge if you just got hit by a repulsor."
"Its menu had toggle switches with no descriptions next to them, and it was an eyesore. If Google fixes this in the final release, we’ll note that in the review."
So… does that mean Google did not fix this in the final release? Since this article is titled, "ANDROID 12 REVIEW: IT’S MOSTLY ABOUT THE LOOKS"?
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"Ok, I’ve owned a Tesla for a while and ended up selling it for a Taycan."
"A huge touchscreen is just objectively dangerous."
"but the touchscreen issue is supported by more and more studies. There’s a reason why you can talk on handsfree, but phones are not allowed to be used while driving. It’s distracting, and takes your eyes off the roads."
So why get the Taycan? Wouldn’t the four touchscreens in the Taycan be even more dangerous?