hey what’s up guys will here for flagship market with this new me 10s 5g it brings a 108 megapixel camera tech that mi made headlines with last summer as well as plenty of other premium features can he give Samsung and Apple a run for their money let’s find out in our full review with the me 10s 5g there’s no doubt that you’re gazing upon a premium device it’s made of gently curved Gorilla Glass 5 and it has a solid aluminum frame our 10s is in the Solstice gray finish for now the device comes strictly in matte color options while it isn’t so flashy it still looks great when they catches the light the finish feels great to silky smooth the phone is quite thin at the edges and the sharpness adds a bit of grip as well there’s something missing here as a flagship and that’s ip68 dust and water resistance there is some splash proofing in the design but you don’t get the same peace of mind you would with some competitors do me 10 pros screen is curved to be symmetrical to the back panel and it’s protected by the same Gorilla Glass 5 it’s a tall point 6.7 inch OLED with a tiny punch hole for the Silva cam up in the corner high refresh rate screens are all the rage these days and the me temp Rose fits the bill with this 144 Hertz refresh rate it makes moving element seems silky smooth to the eye the screen resolution however is only 1080p which isn’t quite up to par with the competition nevertheless everything looks pretty sharp blacks are super deep and you have lively colors which can also be said to be quite accurate in settings this display also has up to 510 mins and up to 816 it’s in auto mode when out in the Sun so on the visual side of things the experience is great on this device but Xiaomi has taken care of the audio side as well with its dedicated stereo speakers rather than having the earpiece as one of the speakers here you get an speaker on the top and bottom this means that they’re well balance and in tests the sound quality was the good that we’ve had on a phone so far the phone also scored very good in loudness. if you’d rather use earphones instead you won’t find a 3.5 millimeter jack here a USB adapter should come in the retail package or you can use USB C or wireless headphones unlocking the me 10 s is super easy it uses the latest generation of under display optical fingerprint sensor and it responds fast .

based on android 10 the interface is quite clean and blowed free at least in our global version of the phone as you’d expect from xiaomi there’s no app drawer so your apps will be on the home screen if you stick to this default launcher there’s a dark mode which looks snazzy and also can save you some battery on an OLED display.
you don’t get expandable storage on this device so you have to make deal with what’s onboard you do get plenty though with options for 256 or 512 gigs there are also a couple of other features worth mentioning there’s an IR blaster which you can use to control appliances with and there’s also support for NFC for connectivity or mobile payments as a flagship you’d expect nothing less than cutting-edge performance and the me 10 s doesn’t disappoint here it runs on a snapdragon 865 which supports full 5g connectivity benchmark performance is among the best out there and the gaming performance here is great especially with games that support the 90 Hertz screen refresh rate and while the phone does get warm after long sessions.

we didn’t notice any meaningful throttling powering all this is a large 4,500 million power battery it does an excellent job the me 10 s scored an excellent endurance rating of a hundred and one hours and hour battery life tests that was with the screen at 90 Hertz dialing it down to 60 Hertz resulted in the score of a hundred and five hours the comes bundled with a laptop grade 65 watt USB C charger even though the phone only supports up to 50 watts still we didn’t have any problems and we were able to charge from zero to 77% in just half an hour you also get support for fast wireless charging up to 100 watts which you can achieve with one of shammies proprietary charging pads then me 10s 5 G has a high-end quad camera setup on the back not unlike the one you’d find on the 10 this is a 108 megapixel quad bear main camp then there are 2 telephoto cans an 8 megapixel 5 x one and a 12 megapixel finally there’s a 20 megapixel ultra wide snapper with auto focus like we’ve done with some other phones with advanced camera systems here we’ll have more of a camera summary and we’ll have a full camera review in a separate video shots from the main camera come out in 25 megapixels and these are simply awesome among the best we’ve seen from a smartphone. yet plus the sensors large size means that you get a shallow depth of field handy for taking some artistic looking shots as far as zoom goes the 12 megapixel 2 x telephoto takes flagship grade photos which are not only high in quality.
5 times zoom and basically everything about these shots is great except that deep down we can’t forget that the camera has a 100 times zoom and crops the center of the sensor to achieve 5 times at night the main camera takes some really impressive shots even without night mode from closer examination however the details don’t appear as sharp as the competition the same goes for the ultra wide cam at night even more so and in general the 2 times zoom is done digitally in low-light instead of using the dedicated camera the 5 times zoom does work in low-light actually it’s photos are great they’re probably the best night time zoom shots we’ve seen yet they’re taken with the 20 megapixel quad bear selfie cam these are good but nothing too impressive as far as sharpness is concerned the me time s has a ton of video recording options including the ability to shoot an 8k at 40fps with a main cam but even if you had a means to play it back in his native resolution the HD footage isn’t that detail wise and it gobbles up storage like there is no tomorrow in contrast 4k video from the main cam 12 megapixel telephoto camera an ultra wide camera are great totally flag worthy the 8 megapixel telephoto with a 5 times zoom can be used to take video so that’s the me 10 s 5 G who would have thought that Xiaomi known for is more budget-friendly phones could offer one of the most cutting-edge devices on the market right now you get a beautiful build a high refresh rate OLED screen exceptional stereo speakers top-notch performance excellent battery life with fast charging and one of the best camera experiences you can buy basically the only things missing here are full waterproofing and expandable storage also the selfie cam is alright but not the best but still these are just nitpicks let’s talk price though at a thousand euros this is up there with the most expensive Xiaomi phones ever made but this is a flagship after all and it comes with the territory if you’re okay with that then the me 10 s definitely deserves a recommendation thanks for watching guys stay safe and see you on the next one. by kunal verma



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Apple is known as the best user base that’s very loyal and enthusiastic about their products but there is an equally enthusiastic hatred toward Apple from other people in the tech community who have trouble understanding why anyone would choose Apple devices over their competitors and in this video I’m gonna give you the number one reason why you should be using Apple products over anything else and it’s a reason I think should be discussed a lot more often this is Greg with Apple explained and if you want to help decide which video topics I cover make sure you’re subscribed and these voting polls will show up right in your mobile Activity Feed so what is the number one reason to use Apple products could it be they’re beautiful industrial design they’re approachable user interface they’re optimized operating systems or perhaps they’re seamless user experience in my opinion those are all legitimate advantages of using Apple products but there’s one huge reason that’s rarely mentioned by news outlets or users themselves and that is privacy Apple has maintained such an uncompromising stance on privacy that it actually led to a lawsuit from the US Justice Department now we’ll talk more about that later because I want to begin by acknowledging a question most of you are probably thinking which is quite is privacy even matter after all it appears the importance of privacy is declining these days with social media sites like Facebook Twitter and Instagram people are comfortable sharing more of their data to the public than ever before in fact Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had this to say on the subject people have really gotten comfortable not only sharing more information in different kinds but more openly and with more people that social norm is just something that has evolved over time and while I think that’s true I don’t think it suggests privacy is an important individuals can choose to make as much about themselves public as they want it’s how their data is used that becomes deceptive if I share my email address work location and personal interests with Facebook it’s because I want my friends on the platform to have access to that information not because I want Facebook to sell it to companies in exchange for targeted ads but it isn’t just Facebook who engages in this practice the Cambridge analytic a scandal revealed Amazon and Google also collect huge amounts of data on their users to sell to advertisers and it’s easy to understand why the business of selling user data is very lucrative it’s why Facebook has grown into a one hundred thirty eight billion dollar company without selling any hardware or premium services and as you’ve probably heard before if you’re not paying for a product you likely are the product but despite these privacy violations we continue to use services from Facebook Amazon and Google likely because the vast majority of us don’t even know these privacy violations are happening typically companies do disclose this information but it’s often buried in their terms and conditions which very few people actually read in fact your right to privacy is violated by simply browsing the web since your internet service provider and government agencies can see what websites you visit and are likely logging that information in their systems and that’s why many people myself included use a VPN when browsing the Internet VPNs act as a kind of virtual invisibility cloak that mask Internet behavior from ISPs by encrypting data and shielding your location from websites and this leads me to a question I hear a lot when arguing in support of digital privacy and that is why should I care about privacy if I have nothing to hide and the answer is privacy isn’t about hiding something because you’ve broken the law privacy is about having the right to withhold information in certain circumstances to prevent misuse and misappropriation for example most people prefer to keep personally identifiable information like their social security number address and bank information private not because they’re doing something bad but because something harmful like identity theft could be done to them if that information were public and more extreme circumstances data has been used against citizens by totalitarian governments from 1950 to 1990 East Germany had a so-called security agency that consisted of 90,000 spies and about 200,000 informants the agency kept detailed records on hundreds of thousands of their citizens and used this information to psychologically harass blackmail and discredit people who opposed the despotic regime keep in mind this was all before the internet existed that’s why today this system of mass surveillance happening in countries like the u.s. is extremely dangerous no one can predict how this information will be used by future administration’s or by foreign governments who successfully steal data from the US which has happened by the way and if you think your data is safe with corporations since they operate outside the government you would be mistaken here’s a list of 21 of the biggest corporate data breaches most of which occurred in the past ten years and affected billions of people so chances are some of your personal data is already being used by hackers to access certain accounts but this goes further than data being leaked it’s how data is used by corporations to infer things about you that haven’t been shared for example target can accurately predict when one of their shoppers are pregnant based on the items they buy this led to the company accidentally exposing a teenage shoppers pregnancy to her father by mailing coupons for baby clothes and cribs to their house now I give all these examples just to prove the ways unwanted data collection can negatively affect everyday law-abiding people like you and me it’s why privacy is so important and should be taken seriously and Apple has proven to be the only major tech company in the world that not only refuses to sell their users data to advertisers but is willing to stand up and fight for digital piracy on behalf of their users just last year Tim Cook expressed his support for Europe’s data regulations and called for a comprehensive federal privacy law in the US and this position on privacy is nothing new for Apple Steve Jobs shared the same beliefs when he was CEO we’ve always had a very different view of privacy than some of our colleagues in the valley we take privacy extremely seriously and so as an example before any app can get location data we don’t make it a rule that they have to put up a panel and ask because they might not follow that rule they call our location services and we put up the panel no privacy means people know what they’re signing up for and some people want to share more data than other people do ask them ask them every time make them tell you to stop asking them but they get tired of you asking them let them know precisely what you’re gonna do with their data so what’s clear that Apple is satisfied making money from hardware and services rather than advertising but their privacy policy is so strict that some people think it actually stunted the growth of Siri supposedly after it was introduced Siri improved rapidly and was on track to outperform competing voice assistants entering the market but after some time Apple realized Siri was sharing data with multiple third-party apps which they decided was dangerous and violated their users privacy so Apple reengineered the voice assistant and that’s when it began to lose ground to its competition now if this story is in fact true it demonstrates just how committed Apple is to protecting users privacy but perhaps an even more convincing case happen in 2016 when the FBI asked Apple to unlock an iPhone that was used by a terrorist in the San Bernardino shootings in an attempt to find more information about their contacts or affiliations but Apple declined saying the implications of the government’s demands are chilling if the government can use the all writs act to make it easier to unlock your iPhone it would have the power to reach into anyone’s device to capture their data the FBI subsequently sued Apple for non-compliance and claimed that the software would only be used to unlock one iPhone but it was later discovered that the agency had over 200 iPhones ready to be unlocked using the tool which actually proved Apple’s point when Cook said the US government has asked us for something we simply do not have and something we consider too dangerous to create they have asked us to build a backdoor to the iPhone now in the end the FBI supposedly found another way to unlock the device and didn’t need apples help after all and if you’re wondering why other tech companies like Microsoft or Google haven’t had similar run-ins with the FBI it’s because they’re known to have incorporated backdoors into their services for government access something Apple refuses to do in fact one of the reasons why Apple doesn’t collect identifiable user data like iMessage conversations is because if they don’t have the information themselves then they have nothing to turn over to the government and when they do collect data Apple uses techniques like differential privacy which prevents them from identifying the particular device data is coming from and by combining this anonymous data sourced from thousands of devices Apple is able to recognize patterns and behaviors that reveal how people are using their products without revealing the users themselves so while it may not be an obvious benefit of the Apple ecosystem privacy is the quality that differentiates them the most from competitors and it’s not something Apple just implements once for bragging rights and then moves to the back burner privacy is integrated and just about every feature of every product iMessage and FaceTime are fully encrypted end-to-end so only you and the person you’re talking to are hearing the conversation Apple was one of the first companies to include native OS disk encryption with file vault in Mac OS which prevents anyone from accessing that data on your Mac without the proper credentials Maps uses on device data to collect and store information like search terms and route navigation so where you’ve been and where you’re going isn’t stored on Apple’s servers and for apps that do feature advertising like the App Store Apple News and stocks access to your data is limited to behavior inside each respective app and you can even turn on limited ad tracking in your Apple devices settings to stop receiving targeted ads now I mentioned earlier that this issue of privacy isn’t discussed very often but in the past couple years it is getting more media attention since personal data from various social media sites and tech companies have been weaponized in some very serious ways and Apple seemed to have caught on to this since they’re now promoting their stance on privacy very publicly with things like ad campaigns and an updated privacy page on their website but I don’t think they’re doing this solely for good publicity I think Apple is trying to mount as much pressure as possible on companies like Facebook Amazon Microsoft and Google in order to force them to make a tough decision either end the mass collection of user data which would likely cost them billions in lost revenue or change nothing and can see that Apple is a superior company when it comes to protecting user privacy and as I mentioned before if you care about privacy then using a VPN while browsing online is a must personally I use Nord VPNs they’re not only highly recommended by outlets like PCMag but they’re one of the only VPN services that uses aes-256 encryption which is about twice as secure as the industry average ‘lord VPN also provides 24/7 live chat and email support which is perfect if you’ve never used a VPN before and may have questions they were also kind enough to give Apple explained viewer is 75% off a three-year plan which is an incredibly good deal that I highly recommend taking advantage of so if you’d like to get started with Nord VPN just click the link in the description and use the code Apple to get 75% off your three year plan and receive an extra month for free alright guys thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time from 500exposure.com