This will be a pretty cool phone but it's late to market with older SoC and will undoubtedly drop in price. When it drops, I may jump on one.
Eh.... If this phone had the possibility to detach the screen completely so it'll work by bluetooth binding. (using a tri-link Bluetooth 5. one for the screen allways-on and two free others for a smartwatch and another thing) then I'd consider buying this. it's a gorgeous phone. but not very practical. It would be awesome though if (For example) you could just leave the screen home for example. or play music in one piece and the other is used for lyrics. and so on.
naap51d, 30 Oct 2017Sadly, this will end up like the Dell Streak 5 that came out in 2010. It will probably go NO ... moreI had one of those and loved it, then the screen broke and it was pricey to fix so I opted for a used iPhone from a family member that was cheaper than the repair would have cost.
Sadly, this will end up like the Dell Streak 5 that came out in 2010. It will probably go NO WHERE. When the streak 5 was released, it was an At&t exclusive. At the time, all smartphone screens were around 3 to 3.5" so the streak was a HUGE screen. In fact, my phone was larger than most samsung or apple phones of the period. But, it suffered in one area. Dell didn't promote it, and neither did at&t. At&t was too immersed in the iphone (which could be seen by walking into an at&t store). The Streak 5, for me was a great device, but it died quickly. Unless at&t gives up the exclusive thingy, or promotes it,
this will die a quick death also.
Neat idea, but, having the screens swing out, is a little strange.