scroller, 25 May 2015Lots of people complain that all phones look the same nowadays not only those posting here. B... moreWhy can't most flagships stand out? The curved display thing is officially been there and done that. I'm gonna wait until ARA is released so consumers can actually make their own phones stand out.
lg chocolate was a weird phone, at least for me. I wanted one just for the "cool" factor back then ..
Lots of people complain that all phones look the same nowadays not only those posting here. But seriously, would you pay your own money for an oddity nowadays no matter how good? Or would you buy the conventional iPhone/S6 edge or whatever you fancy? BTW BB passport is different.
Isn't that phone with two batteries a bit telling of an opportunity here? Now that dual battery support is a highly convenient feature, flip-smartphones can be a thing in the western world too. No more relying on 200$ shipping for a Samsung Galaxy Golden lol.
I remember that Bang & Olufsen samsung phone. That was one strange device, but very rare and expensive.
ArtificiallyAlways, 24 May 2015Well, BlackBerry and various other QWERTY devices were starting to push the clamshell form to ... moreThough it's inexcusable that such a useful form factor was made less common despite ruling the market in 2004.
dale, 24 May 2015I am wandering why that phones from sharp and fujitsu didn't launch globallyWell, BlackBerry and various other QWERTY devices were starting to push the clamshell form to secondary status. Mostly because companies now are scared of ever thinking outside the box anymore.
I am wandering why that phones from sharp and fujitsu didn't launch globally
High end flip phones are a wet dream for many in the western world. I'd imagine these would pique the interests of many older adults looking for best of both worlds.
Nice to see these strange phones.
The KDDI iida Infobar looks between Android and WP.
I dig that "KDDI iida INFOBAR A01"!
a 3.7" with qHD display, wish they had those today!
AnonD-4470, 24 May 2015What a brilliant collection of phones. I had a lot of fun reading this :-)nic looking