DOOM, 04 Sep 2009It's ugly like hell ! now don't tell me that's a monochrome display ... 1000 dollars for thi... moreThis is for the people who can afford it. If "expensive" or "overpriced junk" comes to mind then you can't afford it.
It's ugly like hell ! now don't tell me that's a monochrome display ...
1000 dollars for this crap ? Jeeeezz !
"The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Pureness is expected to launch in November for a rumored posh price of 699 euro (1000 dollars). "
Hahaha. I wouldn't pay more than 60 EUR for this crap.
Kal, 04 Sep 2009This is purely technology demonstration...NOT a "work of art" as mentioned in the other articl... moretat is prototype
yes , it is possible to produce an oled screen with transparent feature
but it is not ready to expose to the environment.
if that screen they are showing is capable to survive like other phone
would you think samsung will come out with it ??
samsung also have 32" oled tv , did they sell it ? NO
ｗｈｙ? the product is only for showing only ! the technology still too weak for mass production .
Fonebox.com, 04 Sep 2009It lacks a 3.5mm jack and MiniUSB charging port, which should be compulsory on any new device.... moreoo, right, so you are suggesting that steve job's team have common sence on the iphone? so why take so long to bring the copy/paste, 7.2 3Gspeed or the camera quality up for the new iphone? I dun really see their commen sence
i guess it's a nice phone that'll geat people's attention. too bad it has a monochrome display. sunlight legiability might be a problem though
This is purely technology demonstration...NOT a "work of art" as mentioned in the other article.
I would suggest whoever writing the article at GSMarena to do some research and add some reference as well while writing. The writer should know that technology for color transparent display is already available. Samsung already demonstrated their 4.3inch Transparent Color OLED dispaly sometime back. Adding touchscreen capabilities is not daydream anymore in my opinion.
It lacks a 3.5mm jack and MiniUSB charging port, which should be compulsory on any new device. The problem with companies like SE, is that they don't haves someone like Steve Jobs in the team to scream common sense into the ears of the design team. Even some of the more advanced SE devices due out soon lack 3.5mm headphone jacks, so people will still have to put up with those useless connectors that fall off or don't make contact properly. Hello SE, it's 2009, get with it!
Err. Has anyone thought to ask WHY you would want a transparent screen?