asdfasdfsadfsadf, 18 Mar 2016Exactly what an Android fanboy would say. Enjoy your unencrypted, buggy phone!Exactly what an iFool would say.. Enjoy your iJunck..
RAY, 17 Mar 2016thats what lagdroid fans sayActually, that's what a rational person would say, he's being realistic and impartial... your answer is what a apple fan would say.
AnonD-507785, 18 Mar 2016This. My thoughts exactly. Make a round phone, or spherical, triangular (that could be origina... moreThe smartphone market is plateauing. Instead of massive leaps and advancements in design, power, efficiency, camera performance, and quality we're getting small incremental upgrades.
asdfasdfsadfsadf, 18 Mar 2016Exactly what an Android fanboy would say. Enjoy your unencrypted, buggy phone!Android can be encrypted, but is not enforced on user like everything else on Androids and you can always chose whenever to encrypt it or not. Fact - encrypted phones are slower, no matter is iOS or Android. Not enough majority of Android flagships have "Private" mode which splits encrypted/un-encrypted data so you have bets of both worlds... can crapple match it (hell no)?
In terms of bugs.. yes you are "right" Android have 1000s of futures which works on 1000s of phones and have a bug in maybe 1 in 10 futures... ok fair enough. crapple have just few features which are less bugged, not-bug free (and some of them actually very serious.. bricking the phones etc.). Still maybe 1 in 20 apps have bugs. so you end up with 100s usable futures on Android and just a few on crapple... In the end there are many times more usable and bug-free features on Android then it is on crapple shitOS. Don't even try to compare two..
asdfasdfsadfsadf, 18 Mar 2016Exactly what an Android fanboy would say. Enjoy your unencrypted, buggy phone!Think outside of the box for a moment. Yes, Android may be more buggy than iOS, but because it's far more complex than iOS will ever be. On top of that Android is designed to work on hundreds (if not thousands) of different phones, compared to Apple's what...dozen phones? Sure...it's smooth, but because it's so simplistic. I need something, that lets me customize my OS the way I like it, which is why iOS doesn't suit my needs. I know it's hard for you, that someone can have a different opinion and different point of view, but try to see the other side for once.
AnonD-507785, 18 Mar 2016And that's exactly what iSheep would say. Hard to stay open minded?Exactly what an Android fanboy would say. Enjoy your unencrypted, buggy phone!
AnonD-477406, 17 Mar 2016Not another design controversy. There are only so many ways to throw aluminum and glass and pl... moreThis. My thoughts exactly. Make a round phone, or spherical, triangular (that could be original design). There's only so much you can do with rectangular shape and small number of materials used to build the phone.
RAY, 17 Mar 2016thats what lagdroid fans sayAnd that's exactly what iSheep would say. Hard to stay open minded?
Did y'all not notice the model # (A1549) is that of an iPhone 6?
Who runs this site? Seriously??!! They jump all over any Apple "leak" and post it without doing even the most elementary of critiquing. GSMArena has yet to retract the CLEARLY FAKE "iPhone 5se Retail Box Leaked" story! They posted the an image that had already been exposed as a fake ("exposed" may be too strong a word, since that picture was one of THE WORST Photoshop abortions I've ever seen. Actually, calling it a "Photoshop abortion" is giving it too much credit . . as it looks more like something done in an old version of "Paint" on XP . . lol). A simple Google search would've saved them the embarrassment, but they had to put it up ASAP, just in case, and in their haste, ended up looking like idiots.
Get off Apple's nutz guys. I would say do it before you embarrass yourselves, but we're WAY beyond that.
They are different. iPhone antenna lines are in line following it body shape.
One thing i have noticed is that,they have not shown on this picture where will be camera.Only if they set up camera in corner,this phone will be simmilar to iPhone,in any other case-answer is absolutelly NO.And to be clear,im not user of Samsung,Apple,Meizu,cuz im user of LG,so hail to the LG and their unique ugly designs (except some few really good like G Flex 1 and 2 ) :D
Okay,let's set things like this...First of all Apple is partially made of Samsung components trough history(example A4 Chip and RAM),other things like cellular chip,wifi chip,bluetooth chip,GPS reciever is made by Broadcom,STMicro makes gyroscope and accelerometer...etc etc...that is all exampled for iphone 4,because only god know what kind of parts they use now,after great Steve Jobs..all respect for him and his huge work,because Apple and their products will never (and they are not) be same after him.About design we can't argue,because there are some unclear things under some unclear conditions about Samsung and Apple design back in 2006/2007 (interesting period full of huge twists).But if we look in closer history of modern designs-Apple got camera set up in left corner,while Meizu's camera is standing visibly in middle of phone...and its more looking like HTC design than Apple's design.Shape of phone is curved,but that is old story from Samsung and Apple back in 2006/2007 so there is no need to disquss about that anymore.90% Smartphones of today look pretty much same and that is fact.Don't get me wrong,cuz i like Apple,HTC,Meizu and Samsung all same,after all those devices are not living things so i can't love them and they are replacable in any moment i want that.Apple's iPhone already got huge reputation and that is ok,but only bad thing is they are not customizable and that is in my case biggest problem cuz almost perfect iOS with huge limitations.Meizu is using Android,and that is thing it makes him so much better at least for me,its customizable about 70% because of locked bootloader (no custom roms so far),but for now im fine with that.For customization in my opinnion,absolute winner is Samsung,but sometimes they can be problematic,because their heavy weight TouchWIZ (pretty much big amount of RAM usage that can lead to battery drain in couple of hours).
Aside from the who copied who debate. People also always forget that in order to patent an idea, it has to be what in considered "non-obvious," at least in U.S. patent law.
This is the main reason why so many patents that have been issued (for examles for rounded corners on icons) are completely bogus. The U.S. Patent office has been under heavy criticism for it's failure to meaningfully apply this standard before issuing patents (which judges later have to throw out).
Clearly the antenna design in question is only a light modification of an existing antenna design used first by HTC, then by Apple and others. The idea of running it along the edge of the phone to make it less obtrusive only takes a couple minutes to come up with, if one starts thinking about antenna alternatives.
Patents are supposed to be for truly novel ideas that go above and beyond the state of the art. So it's almost meaningless to even say anyone copied anyone. Two companies came up with an idea that is completely obvious, if you spend a couple minutes trying to think of ideas. This is not the domain of innovation, it's just the domain of relatively unimaginative tweaking of existing designs.
Doesn't matter who copies who.
Apple fanboys are going to insist that Meizu copies Apple design.
Apple haters are going to argue that Apple copies Meizu.
Those two devices haven't been out yet, we don't know for sure who made that design first, we don't even know if those are the final design.
How could we expect original design if most smartphones shape/form are bassically rectangle with some accent here and there.
We, as the customers, don't get smartphones from the manufacturers for free, we pay, we buy, with our hard (or easy for some) earned money, no logical reason for fanatism or hatred to any smartphone manufacturer.
AnonD-411799, 17 Mar 2016all the meizu devices looks like iphone 6, how do you believe they designed those antennas first!Hahahaha really? Which comes first meizu or iPod?
Not another design controversy. There are only so many ways to throw aluminum and glass and plastic strips together to make it look nice. Why does it have to be totally and completely original? Because, news flash, it's never going to happen. With any phone. Everyone borrows from other people and there's no such thing as total originality.