in mid-range smartphones:
- better camera quality
- FHD or FHD+ OLED display
in high-end smartphones:
- better software stability
I'm interested in zooming on cameras in smartphones like we saw in Oppo phones during an event (I think it was CES last year)
Dual sim while still having a dedicated slot for a memory card, not this either or crap that has been the trend lately.
I would like to see: Removed useless 3,5mm jack on all even a budget or button phones. Sonoone will get hit by car bike train hearing music and dont listen the horn.
Much better batteries also a much less consumption CPU.
Programs which i close dont open again in few seconds without my permision, such as messenger facebook google play, google chrome etc to swallow my battery.
Charger which can recharge your battery from 0 to 100% within 30 seconds has been developed 6 years ago but in present era no phone have this kind of charger.
Same phones. I mean for example case which suits Iphone 5 suits Iphone 5s and SE too.
Buying new case for every new phone is boring and expensive.
At least every phone should have same or bigger battery than oukitel K10000 plus.
And dont use stackable batteries case of Iphone X where you charge your phone for several hours and your batteries dies in a day or less.
Anonymous, 07 Jan 20183D Creator is fun but honestly, how often do you use it and for what other practical purposes?... more3d creator I am using it professionally estiy creating an online catalog of moldings frames
I can't believe people actually want double or triple cameras. That is an insane waste of space that could be occupied by a bigger sensor making the actual quality better. The advent of dual camera phones allowed manufacturers to slow down on the quality race.
Agumented Reality with video call, application and games (Skype, Pokemon Go and House desgin etc.)
Xdapro, 07 Jan 2018I love my 960 fps, 3d creator, remote play, etc. No need stupid functions, i wait display ... more3D Creator is fun but honestly, how often do you use it and for what other practical purposes? I want it and I want animoji but just because I'm curious about them not because they are like deal breakers when I get a phone cos they aren't any practical use of them at the moment.
It's sad that we've come to the point where fingerprint under the display is what people are most excited about lol.
AI, Digital Assistant, AR, Fingerprint scanner under display, 3D face scanning, Iris scanners
Back to basics.
Primarily anti-obsolescence features - pretty much like what the LG V20 offers plus waterproofing and 4 year guaranteed software updates:
1. Stick with IPS display until such time Amoled can outperform IPS in terms of long term color accuracy, brightness, low burn in and long life despite years of heavy use. Phones get replaced because the screen is no longer as bright, there are images burned in, or the blue pixels in the amoled display have all burned out skewing the white balance towards reddish or amber.
2. Bigger, removable batteries: Phones get replaced primarily because the batteries wear out and can't be replaced. Corollary: Repeated usb charging accelerates wear/damage/loosening of the usb C port. Phones with damaged usb ports are no longer able to charge and need to be replaced. Not so if you have removable battery that can be charged by an external charger. Wireless charging accelerates phone and battery damage due to inefficient charging (more heat generated than usb charging) so external charging with removable batteries is better for longevity of the phone, the battery, and the usb port (which can get replaced again with some new standard).
3. Dedicated SD card support. A phone is only as good as its storage. Once you run out of internal storage due to more hi-resolution photos, videos, FLAC music, etc.; --- or if you accelerate wear of internal storage through repeated read/write/delete of media (photos, videos/movies, uncompressed music, etc.) which are better stored on the SD card to minimize internal storage wear, your phone will be obsolete, run very slow, or not have storage left leaving you wasting money on cloud services which are not accessible when you are out of LTE coverage area.
4. Dual SIM. Right now multiple networks offer greater flexibility in terms of managing costs. (Personal SIM + business SIM; Home country SIM + other country's SIM, etc.) You will not have to carry two phones for two SIM cards. If one SIM becomes damaged, you can still use your phone as it has another SIM slot. Another assurance to prolong the phoneÂ’s usefulness.
5. IR blaster. If your phoneÂ’s operating system is no longer updated, if your phone no longer has the best camera (being outdated), youÂ’ll still be able to use it as master remote control for all appliances. No need to throw it away as its removable rechargeable battery and multi-appliance functionality guarantees youÂ’ll have a master remote that never goes dead and doesnÂ’t need frequent battery replacement. Besides, infrared based remotes for many appliances are not going away for the next 5 years or so.
6. FM radio. Again, if your phoneÂ’s operating system is no longer updated, if your phone is no longer has the best camera (being outdated), youÂ’ll still be able to use it as your FM radio. As a bonus, youÂ’re not going to waste mobile data and rapidly deplete battery life when you are on a long travel just because you want to hear your favorite DJ on FM. It helps too during calamities when mobile networks are down and your safety is helped by up to date FM radio news updates. Besides, FM radio is not going away for the next 5 years or so.
7. Drop and water resistance. Dropping your phone without any protection and accidentally wetting it will ensure it will still be functional after the accident.
8. Slimport support. Wireless display will still be limited in quality due to bandwidth limitations and hence, compression artifacts will rear their ugly head especially in 4K or higher resolution videos. An HDMI out support through slimport usb C to HDMI adapter ensures the best big-screen enjoyment without stutters and sacrificing on video and audio quality.
9. Analog headphone jack for maximum flexibility so you can have your long lasting audiophile grade headphones and not need to buy Bluetooth headsets which have non-removable batteries that become no longer charge after years or use or become low batt during long listening sessions.
10. Improved high quality dual cameras that offer lower noise in low light (requires bigger sensors), wider (f/1.4) apertures, better OIS, more zoom in addition to normal and wide or ultrawide options and better flash for better photos.
11. Improved video recording capability with support for 4K 60fps, and full manual controls.
12. Improved audio recording capability and playback with support for high resolution audio formats.
13. Guaranteed 4 year (or more software updates) and monthly security updates up to 4 years.
14. Other fancy features but no curved screen edges or elongated 18:9 aspect ratio. Stick with 16:9 and flat screens for maximum big screen satisfaction (not some cramped shampoo bottle reading experience).
Camera that capable for awesome potrait (nice bokeh) and very wide angle gopro style plus hdr+ photo and awesome milky way starry night
Need woofer style beating speaker phone which in past Chinese phones used to give
Ask me what I don't want! I just don't want 3.5mm headphone jack to be removed.
I would like to see a phone with :
A phone with an LCD display that gives you 120 hz
To have a 3.5mm headphone jack and FM Radio
More Battery Capacity without decreasing the size of phones, using Qnovo
To have louder and clearer ound while calling or listening to music
Front camera to be better in quality and made with wide angle lens