- Ki Price/Quality Score9.3
- Kimovil reviewPros
- Powerfull SOC
- Camera quality
- Display quality
- Wirelss charging
- Fast charge
- No Mini Jack
- Short battery life
- No FM Radio
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 22%Less than a day
- 46%One day
- 32%More than one day
- 0%Two days or more
- 16%It comes with a clean operating system
- 78%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 5%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 31%Every six months
- 69%Every two months or less
- The best value-for-money flagship smartphone of 2021
Got this phone for £800, about £200 cheaper than any other phone in its class.
Despite that, it comes with everything you'd expect from a flagship phone: top-grade hardware, great ergonomics and a capacious battery.
Snapdragon 888 delivers impressive performance in any application without overheating too much.
The QHD 120Hz 525 PPI Fluid2 AMOLED display provides stunning visual clarity, sharpness and vivid colours. The refresh rate can get as low as 1Hz, which helps a lot with battery economy for people wanting an always-on display. It's actually one of the best, if not the best, display on the market.
Can't say much about the camera, as it's the least important feature for me and because I don't have any expertise in this field. But it does take photos, and they look decentish enough as far as I can tell.
The phone comes with a 65W charger and goes from 0 to full battery in under 30 minutes. The battery itself performs well and, under normal circumstances, lasts me 2 days (listening to music, regular browsing, steam/discord chatting, short game sessions). But it does run out much quicker in games.
If you're a bit tight on budget or are not interested in all the bells and whistles that other pricier counterparts offer, like a second rear display, 999x camera zoom, IR blasters, stylus support etc, consider buying this phone!Pros
- Powerful and smooth
- Comfortable to grip and hold
- Very fast charging
- Great price
- Exceptionally good display
- Decent battery life
- Volume buttons are positioned rather oddly
- On-screen buttons instead of physical ones
- Just a tad too big to use one-handedly
- Quite basic in terms of additional features
- cyrill-blaszczykowski-6286b74d49cbdOnePlus 9 ProGlobal · 8GB · 128GB4 months agoAutoMinimum updates
I switched to this phone after the Galaxy S10 plus and was very disappointed with the camera performance, autonomy and heating. The only thing I liked is: fast charging and vibration. In general, the phone left a negative experience of usePros
- Vibration response
- AutoThe device is normal but the software is crap
I like everything, but the optimization of the software and the application robot, to put it mildly, upsets! Everything is cool enough but I just have a brain view from the behavior of YouTube. He turns on himself, he takes off the pause, he killed when you talk and in the background he turned on YouTube.Pros
- Build quality
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- New opinion 3 months ago
- Pros & Cons 5 months ago
- 9.4 Design & Materials
- 8.4 Performance & Hardware
- 8.3 Camera
- 8.7 Connectivity
- 6.7 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.