AnonD-392500, 18 Nov 2017With these features, the phone will have >20mm thick and weigh more than 500g which make th... moreFirst of all it would not have to be 20mm or greater in fact as you put it just to have all or most of those.
And definitely would not have to be 500g or more.
And actually way more people would in fact be perfectly fine with the size and weight. Especially after realizing how much better the device and battery is.
Anonymous, 18 Nov 2017Small battery is choice.
Nothing to do with thin phones.
My Z3+ has 2930mAh ( 6.9mm). Wh... moreThose are all also relatively within 2mm thickness of each other.
So you point makes it but theirs still stands.
The only thing I know about Samsung is that they know how to shut people up
In 2020 galaxy s 12 with fully cooling system reditor, intercooler and fan Lol.
Anonymous, 18 Nov 2017Phones can be made with these features to have 10-15mm thickness at max.No way. I have xperia XZs which has 2900mAh battery, 1/2.3" sensor with no OIS at 8.1mm thickness with big bezels.
AnonD-696124, 17 Nov 2017vapor chambers. Dam, even i didn't know about that. Just googled my GTX 1070 and it uses vapor... moreUnfortunately not possible, mobile performance now are just around Xbox 360 level, to many low end chipset rules the market, high ends has more power, but it's minority
Xbox one x tiny box uses vapor chamber, logical move for phone manufacturers to tackle with increasing power
Be Nice To Others, 18 Nov 2017We all know the difficulties, but TRUE INNOVATORS are committed on moving forward and pushing ... morethe _REAL_ innovation in process tech has come from marketing. as since roughly the 90nm node, there hasn't been a correlation between the name and the transistor size other than "it got a bit smaller". where intel / samsung / tsmc / etc have admitted that naming things 14nm, 10nm, 7nm, etc is more a marketing exercise to indicate what version of process we're on rather than the transistors actually being the named dimension
AnonD-392500, 18 Nov 2017With these features, the phone will have >20mm thick and weigh more than 500g which make th... moreI forgot to add it to my previous comment. The stock battery doesn't have to be 10 000mAh so it wouldn't be >20mm thick. 4000mAh is enough, but the battery has to be removable. And if the battery is removable, those who want should be able to replace the stock battery to a higher capacity 10 000mAh one.
They are non-sense at such thickness. Heat pipes make some sense and that's it.
I guess it will solve the problem of how the the Samsung was not allowed on the aircraft's because they thought it would blow up. It even ended up that I was about to miss the plane because of the plane.
Samsung Note 8 explode because the battery fault, but why Samsung refurbish and reduce the battery capacity?! I think the problems is the CEO whose leading the engineers to do the bigger battery in. So the problem is not the heat dissipation, it is the bad decision from the greedy CEO!!
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2017Just found out my Z3+ has heat pipes.
Not only Z5.
It is beneath mother board.
Sony use... moreMuch, much better....shooting 4k endlessly, retaining SoC performance with minimum throttling while doing heavy tasks, gaming, etc...
Graphite plate is seriously great solution .
Be Nice To Others, 18 Nov 2017We all know the difficulties, but TRUE INNOVATORS are committed on moving forward and pushing ... moreThis is not innovation . This is the nature move of silicon production line . Nowadays people simply abuse the word innovation too much .
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2017It's another reason why thin phones are shít. Important features that we miss becaus... moreWith these features, the phone will have >20mm thick and weigh more than 500g which make the phone literally unusable because of its weight and pocketability.