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BANGKOK 23 January 2019 20:14
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Best Android phone in the 6000 baht range

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Check out Motorola e5 Plus, 5990 THB on Lazada.

 

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/motorola-e5-plus-6-inch-3gb32gb-battery-5000mah-1-i262504669-s404301953.html?spm=a2o4m.searchlist.list.12.4a034e9fNrp3Of&search=1

 

Upgraded recently and I am more than happy. Dual SIM, LTE, very fast and responsive, great battery life, latest android. I also quite like the goldish color - all my phones so far were black, so this is a nice change.

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10 minutes ago, gaviny said:

I went from a Samsung Note 5 to a Xiaomi Note 6 Pro only 3months ago and needless to say I will no longer need to buy an expensive phone ever again.

Sent from my Redmi Note 6 Pro using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
 

I know what you mean, I love my Redmi note 5. Many phones are ridiculously overpriced for slight advantages they may or may not even have. 

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I recently bought the recently introduced Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite from Lazada for about 6,000 Baht, included was a Xiaomi Smartwatch. I believe it's the same phone as the Redmi 6 Pro without the MIUI skin, and uses a pure Android One OS instead. For the price and for my needs, it's a fantastic phone. 

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go for Nokia, great support and updates, and comes with android one... no pree installed apps there make your phone slow...and offer updates for minimum 2 years, where all the other dont update there cheap phones

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Three questions please-

1. What operating system do Redmi phones use?

2. I have a Mac computer- Will I be able to easily get email on an Android phone, and also calendar alerts?

3. I am assuming I would have to use Google calendar and email Am I correct?

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Only look at Android one phones, and maybe especially xiaomi MI A1 or MI A2.

All other phones and especially HUAWEIshit are full of bloatwares and their android is $hit. Only people who know nothing can choose these phones.

Android one is the closest to what pure android is and phones do not come with more $hit unwanted softwares that you do not want but cannot remove.

 

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1 hour ago, Jeffrey346 said:

I have been using the Xiaomi MI A1 for over a year. The price is where you need it plus it runs Android One.

Android One has no bloatware, and gets Google updates every month. The OS is not modified by the manufacturer.

It also has quick charge and charges in under 2 hours.

I don't think you can get a better phone at this price.

 

so true ! I am happy that some other people know !

 

 

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1 hour ago, gjoo888 said:

I recently bought the recently introduced Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite from Lazada for about 6,000 Baht, included was a Xiaomi Smartwatch. I believe it's the same phone as the Redmi 6 Pro without the MIUI skin, and uses a pure Android One OS instead. For the price and for my needs, it's a fantastic phone. 

Me too.  For me a brilliant phone.  Superb battery life for a heavy user.  Had lots of phones both Apple and Android but this is up there in the best.

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I have an Xiaomi smartphone Redmi 4A which I have had for about 2 years. Great phone for the price but the battery life is deteriorating quickly as the phone gets older and I can't replace the battery.

Also, I was using the KBank app on it which was great but, about 4 months ago the KBank app stopped working and after inquiring with KBank was told that the app would not work with the phone because the phone had a fault with it's internals, the term was "gang rooted" or something similar, I say that because the term reminded me of a gangbang. Apparently the phones workings have been altered or are not Thai approved.

 

I don't think I will buy another Xiaomi for that reason alone as the KBank app was terrific.

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