Anonymous, 21 Jan 2017Maybe. I still think the keyboard need to go away sooner or later. We had it for over 100 year... moreElon Musk is already working in that. Check it out in YouTube. It has something to do with nanobots. It's pretty interesting actually, since he's addressing the issues you're talking about.
Taka, 21 Jan 2017Same way how writing is becoming obsolete. More and more people into typing. Just imagine what... moreDictating is more tiring than typing. Tey to type for 30 minutes non stop and then try to speak 30 minutes non stop. Only will give you carpal tunel syndrome down the stretch the other would instantly kill your voice for the next day or two. Vocal chords are simply not made for as heavy use as fingers/hands.
So -yeah- given the choice people would still type. Dictation is good for quick things and maybe where typing is impossible (say wearables) but not for long posts, even if perfect voice recognition was possible. So yeah it was mostly a step backwards.
To say that something new would not be a step backwards (like dictation is/was) that's a big iF. We're evolved to use our hands better than any other part of the human body, so unless we're talking for some direct brain interfacing I don't see typing go away. And given how fuzzy brain signals are we may not see something replacing typing for centuries even...
Best choice for watching movies playing games instead of trying on tiny 5-6inches screens is totally worthless and disaster
Snapdragon here, Snapdragon there, Snapdragon everywhere. It would appear that Snapdragon needs some serious competition - and in particular in light of Qualcomms anti competitive practices.
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2017Naah, typing is less tiring than dictating in the long run. Dictation can and will co-exist wi... moreSame way how writing is becoming obsolete. More and more people into typing. Just imagine what kind of input device we use in the future. Writing is tiring so we type. Typing is also tiring. So we dictate with voice. Talking is tiring then, we eventually evolved to telephatic computer input. Isnt it amazing.
Other sites report that it is the very awaited - ultimate flagship Nokia of 2017, marking the Return of the King on the mobile industry
The 18.4 screen size is actually a (usual) mistake made from the benchmark websites working on non-final products
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2017Maybe. I still think the keyboard need to go away sooner or later. We had it for over 100 year... moreWell eye tracking devices are being researched pretty heavily. The idea is how do you type with it? You need to develop some new style of keyboard like console devices mess around with. That would be pretty interesting.
There is some research in the department of reading electrical activity from brain and translating thoughts into actions. This is mostly happening in the world of prosthetic devices but one day it could be small enough to have a little device strapped to your ear with the right sensors. Then that becomes pretty invasive though.
coderSree, 21 Jan 2017I think it's actually their flagship smartphone. Remember that some two months back there was ... moreIf this is actually their 18.4 flagship smartphone, elephants will be happy.
Panasonic made a 20 inch tablet and Dell an 18.4 inch one, but these are rich companies who can afford to test what customers want with unusual products (remember the first Galaxy Note ? )
they showed why they fail often in this tablet market again...who will buy this tablet? max 20k units maybe....focus on 7 inch tablets
I hope they will also bring hi-ends in 7 and 12inch category. Its too boring in tablet world, microsoft and apple are doing great, but prices are higher than those with android.
Or this could be 7 inches phablet, who know they might messed the inches for centimeters in the image
Please don't make the aspect ratio 4:3 like the N1 otherwise I won't bother getting it.
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2017Maybe in the future we will lose the keyboard altogether. AI is getting better so I supposed v... moreNaah, typing is less tiring than dictating in the long run. Dictation can and will co-exist with typing but as long as we use letters to communicate typing is here to stay. Emojis did replace part of it (as well as dictation in the future), but I doubt that typing will go away. It's one of those staples that stay for centuries and millennia.