The Nuu Mobile G3 First Follow-up video. Today I am covering just a few short items. I did an Antutu benchmark and have those results and I also learned all about slicing a micro SIM down to nano sim size. Plus some commentary on the microphone background hiss on the G3, when using Openshot in Windows.
Videos or Links Mentioned in the video:
Video I shot at work today: https://youtu.be/Tj0S7OmBpGk
Unbox Therapy video on Trimming a SIM card: https://youtu.be/j6T1Mygucak
Nuu Mobile US Site: https://us.nuumobile.com/
Nuu Mobile G3 on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2BUn10l
Nuu Mobile G3+ on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2H0Wh4e
I also have one other issue and that is getting rid of all the notifications concerning Android System. My notification icon has been blinking all damned day and there does not appear to be an easy fix!
If you have a clue go into YouTube and post your cure in the comment section. Odds are if you post it here it will simply not pass security/spam restrictions! Give us a thumbs up and perhaps subscribe?
The Xiaomi Mi A2 is a very decent phone that is currently just a bit up there in price but if you want stock android (AndroidOne) and like that experience this might be the budget phone for you. It has some limitations such as not having microSD expansion, but if you can live with the 64 GB version the price is still quite reasonable and it does cover all the USA bands on GSM.
The last major item I purchased this week was a wireless router. It offers dual-band connectivity and was needed so I could fully utilize the 5gHz channels available to my new Asus Z580CA.
I bought the product from Amazon used, with minor scratches, which of course mean nothing on a router. It came with the router/cable and nothing else. On the other hand setting it up was incredibly easy and the interface was pretty much identical to my older WRN720 TP-Link, so no manual was no big deal.
The major bonus here was the extra speed that the Asus tablet can connect at. Look closely at the image below, yeah, that is 433mbps, so there is no lag when using the tablet.
As far as I can tell this router works great and has about 100 ft more range than my little WRN-720 had. It is a well built product and I am giving it a review of 9.5. I wish it had come with some documentation hence the 0.5 hit.