Anonymous, 21 May 2016The screen here is 6", so even with 83% screen to body ratio the bezels won't be tiny. So it m... more83% is extreme. Even at 6 inches the bezels would be smaller than any phone ever ... It's debatable what we can call tiny, I just don't have faith in ZTE to make such small bezels...
Use sd820. i m in. i m ready to ditch my mate 8 then. Otherwise I love my m8. Best device available so far (for me)
Lets make some things clear, here is the thing phone use being changed and people not use them just to make phone calls instead they use them for media entertaining, gaming, reading e-books ...etc so that means screen must be bigger than the old phone have had because of development and new features It is a natural consequence to get something bigger and to be handled more easily and comfortably, that's all hope you get it.
Anonymous, 21 May 2016So many people thinking 6" is too big. Is it really too big, or are your pants too tight? ;)It's a personal preference. I use a 5.7" phone now, but I think 5.5" with the same bezel size would be perfect for me.
Anonymous, 20 May 2016I'll believe it when I see it. Last time around ZTE had lied about body to screen ratio. Th... moreThe screen here is 6", so even with 83% screen to body ratio the bezels won't be tiny. So it may be possible.
All these OEMs seem to be doing a lot better than the majors producers, giving so much ram, lets see if it translates to better performance...
The best in the market for now is Sharp Aquos Crystal with 78.5% screen to body ratio. If this Nubia new smartphone is real it will be almost bezel free even on top and bottom. One day some company out there will release a smartphone with 100% screen to body ratio just for fun. I know Sharp is doing it for fun. Not even a popular phone anyway since it only available in Japan.
So many people thinking 6" is too big. Is it really too big, or are your pants too tight? ;)
There is no sense to do a 6 inch with such body ratio.
Ok could be nice to see but is still big.
I would like to see this body ratio on
Anonymous, 20 May 20166 inch is minimum screen size nowadays. Useful. 5.5 looks small.You might as well carry a tablet around.
6" isn't as big as it seems. The huawei mate 8 has a 78% ratio with 6", and its shorter and only slightly wider than the iPhone 6s plus.
Overall this phone with probably be smaller than the 5.5" iPhone, and nobody seems to think that's too much. People tend to focus on the screen size too much, even on articles specifically about the ratio.
paco2x, 20 May 20166 inch minimum screen size? So the recommended size for a phone screen should be 7 or 8 inch? Good news is that those phones are already out there. We call them tablets, but that's alright, we used to call modern phones "phablets", but we call them phones so I can see no problem that we should start calling 7+ inchers as phones too.
For example my Note Pro takes sim and it's 12.2 inches. It's a phone, I talk using hands free ... but it's a phone...
incredible! something like 7.8x15.3 or 7.9 cm x 15.1 cm for a 6 incher is awesome.
almost 1.1-1.3 cm less than sony XA 6"
I'll believe it when I see it.
Last time around ZTE had lied about body to screen ratio. Their phone was around 73% yet they reported it 78%. They probably lie again because they have figured that people don't know math to double check.
Another reason to doubt it is because Sharp, the industry leader in small bezels, had a couple of phones close to 80% mark but not one bigger than 83% in BtS.
Creating small bezels is tough and only a few select companies can do that. ZTE is not up there. Of course they may change it all with this phone, but like I said ... I doubt it.
Anonymous, 20 May 20166 inch is minimum screen size nowadays. Useful. 5.5 looks small.Yeah, I love carrying my 17inch laptop in my pocket.