Zero to 100% charging test huawei honor 7x vs honor 6x

hello an outcome guys today we are going
to do a charging speed test between who huawei honor 7x and huawei honor 6x and that
test would be like this how long does it take to reach 100 from zero so these two
phones are already completely empty there is no charge left basically
nothing so I connected to the charger right now and I turn on the switch the
new people can see how long it's remaining and from there how long does
it take to reach 100 so I got this request many times so I have to make
this video guys for you only so I hope you'll like it and don't
forget to subscribe because this is really important is a really new channel
so I put the timer over here you can see and I start the timer and I turn on the
switch over they are basically that I cannot show over there so I'm turning on
the switch and then start the timer so three and here so I turn on the switch
you can see the charging spot coming here and let's wait a little bit
so yeah 2% and here come come come the display is not coming but yeah because
they are 2% so basically the rule between these two phones when it's 2%
then it says a message like you have 30 seconds of time so close your things or
save your data whatever you have then the phone automatically shut down when
it's 2% basically so you cannot make it 0% that's that's yeah that's the system
maybe it would make the battery dead or something like that that's why guys they
make this system so yeah we'll be watching so now it's 11 a.m.

Nearly
11 1 million before 11:00 here in Germany so yeah we'll see how long does
it take so according to my experience this one should take 2 hours something
like 30 40 minutes and this one I really don't have any experience so we'll see
both of this phone how long does it take and will come time to time maybe after 1
hour I will be over here again and give you an update about it and so it's 100%
of course I'll be here and I'll be watching every 5 to 10 minutes that how
long like how many percent is it costs oh yeah I'll give you an update time to
time so guys keep watching and guys I'm doing all those crazy experiment and all
those things only for you guys so I really need your support and of and yeah
and because of many of my viewers who suggested me that make the videos
between who I honored 7x and Xiaomi me a 1 so I'll make that video with why honor
7x and yeah this video this 3/4 of course will be there and another one
also coming that is redmi note 5 a so i'll have four phones over here to
compete against each other so yeah that would be fun to test and soon I'm
getting 1 plus 5t – so we'll make Chris experiments between this all those
phones together so I hope you will like it
and guys yeah let me know your thoughts in the comment section below what should
I make more so that I can wish I can I can fulfill your wishes so let me know
your thoughts and yeah be a member of this family subscribe to this channel
see you guys very soon so it's 6% here
4% here and it's 3 minutes 39 39 seconds right now so yeah catch you guys very
soon so guys once again we are here so it's 1 over 2 minutes
right now and see the result so after 1 hour 2 minutes it's 61% and this one
also 61% so this is basically same yeah the charging time basically I
think it could be the same so yeah it's sixty-two percent right now
in one hour three minutes so let's wait a bit more and let's see how long
finally it takes to reach 100% of charts own then we'll make a better rain test
also maybe today I could finish that test because battery drain tapes test
takes really really long time you know what I'm saying you just have to sit
with your phone for more than five hours or six hours you have to give eyes on it
for yeah every five minutes and ten minutes something like that so it's a
yes still so it's not a big deal but we'll try to do that test
also today so yeah I have many things to do then I will make camera review test
also with this one because yeah I'm getting many requests to make camera
review of this one so I have to make this one also so I'll try to make all
those videos to a tray so if you don't get any video today that's for sure that
you will get that video tomorrow so don't be sad about anything things are
coming Noorie about it i'm here to show you the
result and show you the thing so yeah by the time I'll show you everything I show
the things I'll see you soon yeah so guys once again we're back here it's 1
over 36 minutes and we will see the battery percentage right now and another
thing is I'd show you in why oh no 6x you can see the notification light over
here it's kind of yellow yellow yeah and in who I own seven X also there is a
notification light you can see over here it's also here you know so kind of same
color and I will show you when the character
basically and let's see the percentage right now it's 87% it's also 87% so the
phone is turned off together and it's one hour at least seven minutes right
now and let's wait for the 100% and I see you soon again guys we are back
again here is one hour 52 minutes right now and you can see the light over here
it's green and it's here also green you can see so being light over here again
right over here before it was a yellow right now it's green so we'll try to
find out after reaching 100% of charge how would be the color so yeah now let's
see the percentage right now it's 94 percent right now and there's 93 percent
right right now so we'll wait quite a moment and let's see when it's ninety
percent ninety nine percent basically so we'll be here and we'll try to take a
look how long basically is taking to get fully charged I'm so excited guys to
make this test yo so see you guys really really really soon yeah
so guys I'm again here it's two hours 9 minutes right now green light is all
green light is on so now the charge level is 98% so we are really really
nearly close so I think within 2 hours maximum twenty minutes everything will
be done that's what I think so I really I'm not really exactly sure about it but
yeah so you can see we're really close 98 98 I just don't want to miss this one
maybe yeah because of some reason maybe I missed one hundred percent charge for
some reason I don't know that's why it's really near to 100 percent that's why
I'm here to show you use 2 hours 10 minute so I'll make this video as short
as possible so I'll see and yeah that's a really tricky test you're not I'm
saying because you have to be sit here without doing anything and constantly
observing the phone it is really really oh my god I have never done this kind of
test in my life before it's freaking weird us sometime but it's ok everything
is fair in worse so yeah that's this this is something like different for me
and really it means a lot and so yeah no problem guys so later we'll be doing a
battery drain test also yeah it will be getting this video it will take some
time you know because it takes really long
time to train the battery completely yeah I'll do that video and soon my next
video exactly the next one will be a video about the headphone test in who I
on are 7x how to be the interface when you put the headphone and the equalizer
and the bass level and basically the sound system when you put headphone
inside this phone so yeah till then guys she was really really
really really soon yeah guys I had to come back again because it's 12 2 hours
12 minutes and see you can see it's 99% 99% so I have to constantly see which
one comes first yeah of course this one comes fast but
the right time exactly so yeah we'll be watching this one till the end right now
and yeah we'll see we'll see don't go down don't go down so yeah and
it's 99% right now 98% right now so yeah guys I should put it time lapse right
now over here so maybe for some reason if I miss this so I can say so I start
my time lapse over here where's my time lapse yeah hyperlapse and I put this
camera over here so I wanna catch this moment basically so all is good and 99
percent 99 percent 98 percent come come come come come come come
so yeah this is pretty crazy test yes it's making me crazy too I'm being crazy
seriously because it's taking my time and I have
all take my head like this and waiting waiting and waiting
II just don't know when when it just cannot do anything just watching that
time you just don't know how long does it take it
it's really really weird it's 98% 100% yeah you can see oh thanks God thanks
God so it's 2 hours and 17 minutes you can see and the phone is completely 100%
oh yeah so the green light is still green light so yeah I think I just need
to take this out then the light will be gone and we're still waiting for this
one and yeah we are waiting waiting and waiting
so guys you can see it's 100% right now so it took two hours 25 minutes
basically so we stopped this one over here so this one who I honor 7 X 2 2
hours and 17 minutes and who I on are 5 X took 2 hours and 25 minutes so you can
see over here so I hope guys you liked this video and I'll be doing another 2
videos basically today one is better writing test that coming late at the
night and another one is the headphone interior check like when I put the
headphone inside it and how to be the interface of music player in who I on
are 7 X so that video is coming really soon so guys see in my next videos till
then take care and peace in

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The State of Smart TVs in 2021 (Roku TV, Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung, LG, Vizio)

Hello everyone and welcome to another topical
deep dive here on the Cord Cutters News channel. And so this week, we wanted to take
a look at the world of smart TVs, those TV models that have streaming
app support built right into them. The idea there is you don’t need a separate box
from Roku, Amazon, Apple, etc. So they could be a convenient choice for cord cutters and streamers
at a variety of price points. And honestly, it’s getting harder and harder to find a non-smart
TV these days, so let’s explore a bit, shall we? And in this video, we’re going to highlight
some of the reasons why smart TVs make sense, as well as some of their disadvantages. And we’ll also highlight some of the
biggest names in smart TVs right now. If you’re in the market for a new
TV and you’re considering one with smart capabilities built right in,
we hope you find this one useful.

This is… the state of smart TVs in 2021. Why Smart TVs Can Be a Great Choice First off, let’s talk about why smart TVs
might be a good choice for your next TV. And perhaps the biggest perk to
smart TVs is the convenience. Since smart TVs pack in some sort of streaming
platform, you don’t have to worry about hooking up an external device like a Roku Ultra
or Apple TV to have access to your apps. And that can be a great space saver,
since you don’t have to dedicate shelf space for a separate device and you’ll
likely have fewer remotes to deal with. And honestly, despite having access to an absurd
amount of streaming devices in our household, we still use our LG’s built-in smart TV
platform for the vast majority of our streaming needs because of that convenience,
and that includes using just the one remote. However, there are still instances
where we’ll use other devices to access certain apps, which leads us to why
smart TVs sometimes aren’t the best choice. Why Smart TVs Can Be a Not-So-Great Choice So yes, smart TVs are everywhere
these days, and there’s no shortage of choices on the market from a wide range
of manufacturers.

But there are instances where a given smart TV might not be the
best choice for your streaming needs. For one, just like their dedicated
device siblings, smart TV platforms all have their inherent strengths
and weaknesses. And that can include things like varying levels of app support, or
performance issues. Sometimes, pairing software with lower-cost, lower-performance TV hardware can
result in a less-than-pleasant viewing experience. And for me, that’s most often
when I turn to an external device rather than my LG OLED’s built-in webOS software.
Certain apps, like Sling or Pluto TV for example, simply run better and more smoothly on
other hardware that I have access to.

And just like external streaming devices, smart
TV performance might be a concern over time. So maybe your smart TV software worked
just fine for the first few years, but as apps have gotten more complex, overall
performance might feel slower over time. In that case, you might feel a need to upgrade
or, if the TV itself is doing just fine as, you know a TV, maybe resorting to an external
streaming device to serve up those apps. You may also find yourself in a situation where
there’s a specific TV with specs and performance you really like, but you’re not a fan of the
built-in smart TV software.

Conversely, you could find yourself really liking a specific smart
TV platform, like Roku TV or Fire TV for example, but you can’t quite find a supported TV model
with the hardware specs you’re looking for. So you might find yourself buying
a smart TV more for its hardware capabilities and just bypassing
the built-in software altogether and going with a Roku Ultra, Nvidia Shield
or any number of external devices instead. And with all of that being said, let’s take a look
at some of the top names in smart TVs right now, starting with a brand that should be very
familiar to streaming fans out there.

Roku TV Of course, any discussion about smart
TVs should include Roku TV, the platform that combines the well-known Roku streaming
software with TVs from a variety of manufacturers, including Hisense, Philips, RCA,
Sharp, TCL, and several others. One of the biggest perks of the Roku TV
platform is the sheer variety on offer. You can choose from a number of models across
a wide range of price points. And they each feature access to Roku’s tried-and-true
user interface and impressive app support. So if you’ve maybe used Roku’s
dedicated streaming devices in the past, moving to a Roku TV smart TV should
offer a pretty seamless transition. On the downside, despite solid TV maker support,
you might find it tough to find Roku’s software built into a TV with the exact specs you’re
looking for. And that can include, say, high-end OLED models, which often have some of the best
picture quality currently available. If you have your sights set on a fancy OLED model, you won’t
be able to find one with Roku’s software built in. Of course, if you still want that
Roku user interface and app support, the company will happily sell you a
standalone device, but as far as Roku TVs go, your best bet is in the lower-cost
to mid-range televisions.

As far as specific models go, there are several
to choose from, but we suggest taking a look at Hisense’s affordable line of R6 series Roku TVs
or TCL’s 6-Series 4K QLED displays to start. Fire TV Like Roku TV, Amazon’s Fire TV platform
also enjoys some solid TV maker support, with companies like JVC, Toshiba,
and Westinghouse on board. And also like Roku TV, the major perk here
is pairing Amazon’s popular Fire TV platform with well-known TV manufacturers. So
you get the familiar Fire TV interface, along with the platform’s solid app support. Also like Roku TV, the Fire TV models on the
market now are mainly LCD options, rather than higher-end OLED displays. Now, to be fair, German
TV maker Grundig does produce an OLED TV with Fire TV software built-in, but here in the US,
you’re mainly going to find LCD models on offer. And those often range from low-cost, budget
models to mid-range to higher-end, non-OLED TVs. And again, there are plenty of models to choose
from, but we’d recommend starting your Fire TV search with Toshiba’s C350 line, which
includes 43-, 50-, and 55-inch models.

Android TV Another smart TV platform with solid
TV maker support comes from Google. It’s the company’s Android TV platform,
which you’ll find support for from a number of familiar names, including
ones we’ve already discussed. So if you’re currently shopping for an
Android-powered smart TV, you can select models from makers like Panasonic, Philips,
Sharp, Sony, TCL, Toshiba, and several others. Besides Android TV’s robust app support, another
thing the smart TV platform has going for it is support for high-end displays. So if you’re
looking for an OLED TV with Android software built in, you have some choices, courtesy
of Sony and its growing line of OLED TVs. Now, like most OLEDs on the market, these
aren’t exactly budget models, but if you want top-shelf display quality and Android TV
software, you definitely have some options. Of course, you can also choose
from more budget-oriented models, as well as midrange options
that balance price and features.

Overall, we’d suggest including TCL’s
4-Series in your search if you’re looking for an affordable Android TV. And maybe check out
Sony’s A80J if you’re looking for an OLED option. Tizen And then we get into smart TV platforms
that are tied to specific manufacturers. For instance, there’s Samsung, who
makes a wide, wide range of TVs at all manner of price points and leverages
the Tizen platform for its smart TV models. And like other smart TV platforms,
Tizen offers up solid app support and Samsung’s been working to increase its
value as a content hub for your streaming needs. So yes, your manufacturer choices
are more limited than, say, Fire TV, Android TV, or Roku TV, but there
is a ton of choice within Samsung’s lineup. At the more affordable end, we’d suggest
checking out the AU8000 line. And for folks looking for high-end displays, the company’s
QN90A QLED line is a great place to start. webOS LG is another major TV maker that’s been going
its own route as far as smart TV software goes. And in this case, the company uses
webOS for its LCD and OLED displays.

Like Tizen, you’ll find solid app support,
though perhaps not as robust as you might find on Roku or Fire TV. For instance, Pluto TV only
recently made an appliance on webOS TVs. So, like other platforms, it pays to make sure
your favorite apps are supported ahead of time. But as far as hardware options go, LG similarly offers a wide range of choices from
low-cost models to ultra-high-end displays. At the budget end, check out the UP7000
series of LCD TVs. If you’re looking for something more advanced, the C1 line of OLED
TVs offers impressive specs and picture quality. SmartCast Last, but not least, we have Vizio
and its SmartCast line of TVs.

And again, like Samsung and LG, there is solid
app support to be found here, especially when it comes to big-name services like Netflix, Hulu,
and Prime Video. However, there’s currently no HBO Max app available for SmartCast. Though
Vizio says you can get around that by loading up the app on your mobile device and casting it to
your TV via Apple AirPlay or Google Chromecast. And you might also find smaller apps aren’t
quite yet supported on the service just yet. We often post updates on Cord Cutters News
dot com about popular apps arriving on smart TV platforms like SmartCast, and those
sometimes come months after a particular app has been on services like Roku or Fire TV.
So keep an eye out for app support for sure.

On the bright side, SmartCast is available
on Vizio’s expansive range of TVs, ranging from budget, 1080p displays to higher-end
LCDs and, more recently, OLED TVs as well. On the lower-end, take a look at the
company’s V Series and M Series of TVs. Meanwhile, the high-end has options like the
55- or 65-inch Vizio OLED TVs to choose from. Wrapping it All Up So there you go, we hope that helps
shed some light on the current landscape of smart TVs. As you can see,
it’s often a balancing act. Sometimes, the platform with the best app support
might not be available in the higher-end TV. Conversely, that high-end, luxury-priced display might not come packing the streaming
platform you're most comfortable with. In the end, it’s really up to you, your
wants and needs, and (of course) your budget. Hopefully you can strike the right
balance when it comes time for a new TV. And don’t forget, even with smart
TVs and their built-in software, you can always tack on an external, standalone
streaming device if your needs change later.

You might lose out on some of the convenience
perks, like using one remote for everything, or not having to deal with HDMI inputs as
often. But it’s important to note that you don’t necessarily have to feel locked
into a particular smart TV’s software. That said, if you’re ready for a new centerpiece
for your living room, or looking for a space-saving model for the bedroom or office, we
hope we’ve given you a solid start point here. And as always, thank you all for watching. If
you haven’t done so already, please do consider clicking on those like and subscribe buttons
down below as they really help us out. And until next time, my name is Philip Palermo. Thanks again for tuning in and we’ll
see you all next time.

Take care..

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