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https:// This is more of a generic android question I think.So long as you dont root it, and only use the official play store to get apps, there really shouldnt be a need for a virus scanner on a mobile phone.I read about it's chipset, https:// Very close to buying the Moto G4 Plus, Couple of questions though. I don't really care about the extra 16GB as I can throw a 128GB card in but the extra GB of ram may be useful, Is it worth the extra though?Does anyone know a good place I can get accessories from?
I can confirm my SIM2 (Optus/Internode) is connected to 3G/UMTS in the screenshots here: If I connect to Wi Fi, the "LTE" will disappear on the signal meter, but the phone status screen still shows LTE connection. Fingerprint reader is super fast on the side-mount unlock button (Need to use an unregistered finger if you just want to know the time without unlocking). You aren't going to see any better proof of 4G 3G on the Xperia X Performance other than what's available because the software is not programmed to show 3G in the signal bars.
Dreadfully shameful the manufacturers don't provide more definitive information on the operation of their dual sim phones.
I am starting to think we might have to wait for the Tesltra 2g shutdown to be sure they will work as we all are hoping.
But how does it work in practice, how do apps know which sim to use to access data and which for normal telecommunications, is hangouts for example smart enough to send a text using sim 1 over 3G and receive a photo on sim 2 over 4g, do they operate concurrently or will my text not send while its receiving the photo from a different contact?
Or how does the messaging app differentiate between the two active numbers, can you choose which number you're sending from when you send an sms?