From what I remember of the video, I didn’t think the FP4 covered his complaints.
I don’t think the day-to-day is really affected by the chipset or the camera.
I thought his reasoning wasn’t great on the chipset, that you “know” games and apps take longer to install I don’t believe to be that impactful on day-to-day working of the phone.
I am of the opinion that view comes from a person who regularly reviews phones and will review the latest and most powerful ones.
In my experience, the more powerful the chipset the worse the battery life is. One of the, if not the top, benefits of the phone is its crazy battery-life, that’d be severely impacted with the latest super SoC.
The camera not having OIS is a downside but, to his own admission, using a GCam port (he didn’t say what one) almost solves it.
I thought the review was really good overall. I take his points though; a stereo and amoled phone would be great, especially with OIS. Give it a few years and we’ll see where FP are with a Pro, Lite or 4