Luxor, 15 Jan 2018So tell me, how do you see it as stealing idea actually? Foldable is universally have been tho... moreIt doesnt matter how i spelled it as long as you understand.
And Alexander Graham Bell back then made a very first phone but Motorola was first cell phone 40 years ago.
But we were speaking abount concept and concept of foldable phones was firstly made by Kyocera.
Machine made by Xerox 40 years ago wasnt a phone nor a cell phone actualy so.
AnonD-441601, 15 Jan 2018Idea says Samsung copying and Kryocera or how they are called make first foldable phone in his... moreSo tell me, how do you see it as stealing idea actually? Foldable is universally have been thought of by everyone by now. Not just Kyocera have this idea. The origin of flexible display goes as far as 1974 by Xerox PARC. So, you were saying this is stealing ideas? That is like saying smartphone manufacturer stole ideas from Alexander Graham Bell by making phone using his concept since 1876. -_- Stop trying to defend Kyocera. PS: It is not Kryocera. How many time have you spelt that wrongly.
Luxor, 14 Jan 2018It's not that my comment is wrong, it just your comprehension level is too low. Clear your hea... moreIdea says Samsung copying and Kryocera or how they are called make first foldable phone in history.
Someone just took the idea for him self.
Samsung always steal other ideas than bringing his owns.
I'm counting on foldable smartphone displays to correct the sheer idiocy that narrow aspect ratio displays represent. I still can't fathom how so many people can be so abjectly stupid.
My own brother tried to tell me that his Samsung Note 8 was "way bigger" than my Huawei Mate 9 (he was, of course, talking about diagonal display size). It took me simply putting the Mate 9 side-by-side with his Note 8 for him to immediately see how he's been bamboozled. Then there's this guy at work who actually tried to argue that his iPhone X was the same size. O.M.G.
Ironically, the very company that tricked mush-for-brains consumers into believing that narrow aspect ratio displays were useful will eventually prove how not-at-all useful they are. As I stated above, I'm counting on Samsung's foldable displays to accomplish this because, quite simply, an 18:9 or 18.5:9 display in "phone mode" doesn't unfold (i.e. double) into something usable in "tablet mode" (that is, unless perfect squares are your thing).
Of course, even if foldable phones never become a thing we're still going to see narrow aspect ratio displays exposed for the fraud they are. Why? Because phones like the Note 8 are already ridiculously long, even though the total area of its 6.4" 18.5:9 display is only equivalent to that of a 5.75" 16:9 display. If Samsung ever wants to put out a "bigger" Note or Galaxy S+ series phone, they'd have to increase the length of the phone to a completely ludicrous degree (they'll try this at least once before the tech press clues Joe-public in to their "revelation" that narrow aspect ratio displays aren't actually practical).
So here I am, sitting on an island with my Huawei Mate 9, wondering if I'll ever again be able to buy a smartphone that doesn't feature marketing gimmicks that completely hamper the user experience (COUGH!EDGE DISPLAYS!COUGH!NARROW ASPECT RATIOS!COUGH!SAMSUNG!).
Gotta love sheeple.
AnonD-441601, 12 Jan 2018Man foldable phone is a concept you said something totaly different. Clean your head read wh... moreIt's not that my comment is wrong, it just your comprehension level is too low. Clear your head and reckon the idea bro.
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2018samsung dont have massive r&d?
LOL. this is samsung dude.. not sony.
im sure sony will a... moreActually the future I can't say anything because it is not coming yet, but Sony won't bragging/marketing, like Samsung foldable phone still unlimited waiting, while Sony don't say anything directly announce Motions-eye sensor...Predictive Capture...super slow video recording... 3D Creator...
Do you still remember Samsung claim that they will makes the stacked Dram themselves? Still unlimited waiting...
Luxor, 12 Jan 2018Concept is not patent. That is so stupid to call it copying. Everything and every object in th... moreMan foldable phone is a concept you said something totaly different.
Clean your head read what you said annd try again.
AnonD-441601, 11 Jan 2018But to the point. They made a concept i mean first drawings. Samsung just copy other idea. ... moreConcept is not patent. That is so stupid to call it copying. Everything and every object in the world have similar concept. How many things out there is using basic concept for example, like round, square, triangle, sphere, cube and etc.
Does anyone from Samsung visit GSMArena?
Cause I know how Samsung can pull this off, with the Tech it Already has.
3D Memorys, 10 Jan 2018Samsung foldable phone postpone again, obviously they don't have real technology (I mean the m... moresamsung dont have massive r&d?
LOL. this is samsung dude.. not sony.
im sure sony will also follow the foldable trend 10 years after samsung
Luxor, 11 Jan 2018If you talking about Kyocera folding phone, that is just a concept phone since 2009 and never ... moreWasn't Kyocera foldable phone (2 display) sold by Sprint in 2001?
BTW: ZTE M sold now by AT&T it's basically identical concept (less the sophisticated hinges Kyocera had).
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2018No idea what is Kryocera. Oh wait, are you referring to Kyocera? Check your spelling if you wa... moreMan i write so fast i make a mistakes sometimes. Clever people understands but clumsy always have to say some crap.
Luxor, 11 Jan 2018If you talking about Kyocera folding phone, that is just a concept phone since 2009 and never ... moreBut to the point. They made a concept i mean first drawings.
Samsung just copy other idea.
Your talking is nonsense.
sonyzz, 11 Jan 2018I wonder how long the display will last in the spot were it folds will it last one month atleast? i think it will not fold.. it will only bend for lesser stress..
AnonD-441601, 10 Jan 2018Oh yes i almost fogot Kryocera was first foldable smartphone so samsung just copy. If you talking about Kyocera folding phone, that is just a concept phone since 2009 and never made. What did they ever made? Kyocera Echo in 2011 is the closest thing to foldable theu ever did and it is not even the single display with flexible bendable screen Samsung is going for. Kyocera never even invent flexible screen. Samsung made Youm flexible display back in 2012. Your argument is ridiculous.
AnonD-441601, 10 Jan 2018Oh yes i almost fogot Kryocera was first foldable smartphone so samsung just copy. No idea what is Kryocera. Oh wait, are you referring to Kyocera? Check your spelling if you want people to take your comments seriously.
I wonder how long the display will last in the spot were it folds will it last one month atleast?
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2018I don't know who says this, but this is said literally EVERY year... Because it gets cracked on the bending edge yearly.
FreezeGame, 11 Jan 2018YOUM - Thinner, lighter, unbreakable.
The technology replaces the glass layers within OLED ... moreSounds nice. But will require a quite real elastic screen protector too.
Accidents do happen, so a screen protector is always nice to take the scratches.
I do not think they have invented a bendable material with a hard surface - that would be a REAL revolution! Usually it is either scratch or impact resistance, not both. (That is why plastic scratches and glass breaks)