Its not that, he wants his want to be VR convertable and I am assuimg the difference between FHD & QHD is noticable there.
"However now, he seems to have changed his mind." Trust me, he hasn't changed his mind, I haven't either, it's just the reviewers consider it as a disadvantage, although it has many more advantages than QHD.
Is fine that the flagship phone not sports 2k screen; but please let it support 4k video
VR,the next big op in electronics,along with wearables.
It has its uses in some industries,it's use at home is going to be nearly zero,in three years time it will be treated with the same contempt as 3D televisions.
Sounds like a good idea,but the tech we have today is just not powerful enough yet to A) make it realistic and B) no content..
Lel. I like it when manufacturers do that. When they saying they're not going to do something but end up having to do it. Hint hint.
UnKnown-original, 23 Apr 2016"However now, he seems to have changed his mind." Trust me, he hasn't changed his mind, I hav... moreI think so too. I'm fine with FHD on the phone. I won't be using VR on the phone, simply because it's not as good as Vive or Rift (and phone with goggles will cost pretty much the same). So I prefer dedicated VR headset. Anyway...a bit of a shame that he bends towards public opinion, but from a business point of view, I can understand that. I just wish phone manufacturers would stop rat race for the highest benchmark numbers and focus on something, that we all want - better batteries.