Is it really privacy though? I have privacy when using a Google Home, in that it knows my voice (and is authenticated to my Google account) compared to a random person that walks into my house, meaning: if said random person asks for my next appointment to hear where I’m going to be, Home won’t tell them because it doesn’t recognize them.
Interestingly, the Note 8 (which obviously also uses a Samsung OLED display) has maximum brightness of 1000 nits. Great for outdoor use. Some folks (Note 8 fans, in particular) are whining about the 625 nit maximum brightness for iPhone X. Suspect that Apple limited the brightness to where it’s good enough for outdoor use so that they didn’t sacrifice any additional battery life. Good call, I think.
I still believe that Apple didn’t release the iPhone 8 (or 8 Plus or X). Instead, it launched the 7s, 7s Plus and 8 but didn’t follow that naming convention. Why? Marketing perception. Having the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus compete with the Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note 8 could make people looking at the 7s or 7s Plus as having an inferior device simply based on the naming/numbering.
As noted, I get several ESPN channels, Fox Sports and NBCSN in the base package (along with mobile access to those content apps). Upgraded packages get additional sports channels such as Fox Regional sports. Since I don’t know what sports you’re looking for, check the VUE lineups; you might find what you’re looking for. :)