Bezel-less phones....the latest "trendy" feature in smartphones.
First, it was the color, then it was the "ugly" camera bump, then it was
the thickness of the phone, then it was headphone jacks, now it is the
bezels on phones. The ONLY good having small/zero bezels is to have a
slightly larger screen, in the same footprint. Otherwise, all they do is increase
the risk of damage to the phone. And you don't have to drop it, to cause damage.
Since people have to constantly carry these things in their hands 24/7, bump it
against something and you run the risk of cracking the screen. Drop it, let it hit a
corner, and you can almost guarantee a damaged screen. What phone makers
SHOULD do, but obviously won't for $$$ reasons, is put a rubber band, on the glass
around a phone as a slight shock absorber.
What fun would that be? Easier to charge for a repair/replacement phone.
The case of the phone should be more of a rubber material for the same reason, and for gripping strength, but that would kill the industry that makes cases, not to mention the
entire fashion industry that is obsessed with making phones "fashionable".
b, 11 Oct 2017smartphones are getting modern at last! do you also think, that desing of TVsets was better in... moreI did not ugly what I mean is no major hardware innovation happened since well I cant remeber the last smartphone to break away from brick factor was priv (minor design change not major) I miss the old days when we had camera phones, clamshell, sliding screen, curved screen (g flex curve not edge curve) that time was great now we have phones with 18:9 bezels
believe it will be Honore Note 9 and 9 Pro or 9 and 10 because the hashtag has number 10
And 20 minutes after the first one is purchased, the first one will be dropped and the display shattered. Lol
Why this chase for a "bezel-less phone"? First thing people do is put a protective case on a new phone, negating this questionable "feature" entirely.
LG superfan, 11 Oct 2017Smartphones are getting boringsmartphones are getting modern at last! do you also think, that desing of TVsets was better in early 2000'? with these all ugly bezels and even speakers build into front panel?