There will be a battery efficient 4K display in no time.
Every new technology has its cons at initial stage.
AlluringRaja, 02 Feb 2015Huawei is talking too much. They are feeling huge tensions. First said won't make WP. Now blam... moreShut up. Huawei has sold 24 million smartphone in the last quarter of 2014, which makes them the fastest growing manufacturer in terms of sales. They really do know there business.
I'm loving my Note 4. Gorgeous 2k screen.
I have never been below 60% for the battery yet. Best smartphone I have owned.
My Nexus 5 was a complete joke with the battery and the build. Kept crashing alot.
When companies like samsung and lg switch to 4k,they won't do any compromising for the battery.What they will do is try to increase the power of the battery,say to 5000 maybe 6000mah.And that is good for the future of the smart phone industry
Its all in your mind, 02 Feb 2015Those are not QHD haters.
Those are practical users. Why waste battery on things you cannot... moreI have a LG G3 and the battery is actually really decent; heck, it lasts to 50% at times, so I don't support the "batery drainzzz" argument at all.
No matter how much the GSMArena community despises QHD, it's here to stay. Get used to it.
Its all in your mind, 02 Feb 2015Those are not QHD haters. Those are practical users. Why waste battery on things you cannot... moreExcept there is a visible difference and there is a way to enjoy QHD without sacrificing battery life at all. However, it appears only samsung has succeeded in both with the note 4. Lg and oppo disappoint. but we have asus and xiaomi giving it a go and it'll be something to look forward to.
Well, huawei said it’s difficult to tell the difference between FHD and QHD and now QHD and UHD.
Didn't they say that 2K displays are an overkill couple of weeks ago???
Now 4K is wrong?
RedZobe, 02 Feb 2015Looks like the QHD haters have already arrived.Those are not QHD haters.
Those are practical users. Why waste battery on things you cannot see? Save it for something more productive or for performance.
Goofie1983, 02 Feb 2015I think you're wrong. Huawei were the first to try and slim down their ROMs and give their cus... moreYes, others' low-mid phones are pathetic too, but they never claimed their batteries are a priority.
And you can't compensate weak batteries with power saving, well not if you want to have a fully functioning phone. Modem and display draw too much power so bigger battery is always needed, no matter how much you optimize.
Some of their flagships have big batteries, yes, but non-removable. Again, not for those who has batteries as priority. I'd buy note over Mate exactly because of the non-removable battery
AlluringRaja, 02 Feb 2015Huawei is talking too much. They are feeling huge tensions. First said won't make WP. Now blam... moreWrong, wrong, wrong. A horribly false statement to be exact.
Well, Windows phone is kinda lame, I rarely see other people using WP, I've even met a few people that's willing to trade their Lumia 930 for my lame Galaxy S4, unfortunately for them we live far away.
Anyways, they're not blaming batteries for not putting 4k display on their phones, they're stating that it's not worth putting a 4k display for a shorter battery life and their statement is correct, do you really find any differences between a 1080p display a 4k display? Do you prefer having a shorter battery life just for a sharper display you won't notice to 1080p much when being compared?
totally agree, sometimes they only racing to make the slimmest phone with QHD, well full HD is already enough for 5-6 inch screen, maybe its more obvious in big screen tv. but for cellular, Full HD is more than enough... and i would prefer to buy a 8mm than 6mm (thickness) phone, if the 8mm battery will last longer.
Huawei is talking too much. They are feeling huge tensions. First said won't make WP. Now blaming batteries next they attempt suicide blaming that no one buying their devices.
By the way huawei proved that they can't run business ( that's why blamed WP ) next what? ...
Anonymous, 02 Feb 2015I'm not pleased with their hypocrisy. Sure they are right about that, but what about low to mi... moreI think you're wrong. Huawei were the first to try and slim down their ROMs and give their customers various battery saving modes when none of the popular brands gave a damn about it. They started the trend.
And look at their 2nd half 2014 phone releases. Their 5.5-6" phablets have 3600 or even 4100 mah batteries in them, while sammy and the others hover around 3100-3200 mah. And for low-mid phones check Samsung and the others, how their batteries are. I did a quick search and Huawei are not below the average.
My LED TV 32inches has 720p resolution and I have no complains. 4K res on a phone is just as stupid as Megapixel myth
They also need to think of the fact its really hard to lift some of their "super uber thin" phones from any flat surface - there's no way to grab'em with large fingers. I know, I tried in the shop and it looked hilarious... till someone tried themselves. It looks like a part of the table and you can't even lift it with your fingers, have to move down to the edge of the table to drop it in your hand. Similar thing happened with Samsung Galaxy Alpha another day - its too damn thin.
I seriously can't understand why phone makers chase after numbers and don't bother to stop and think "hey, will this make the device any better in real life or just on paper?"