sohail shafayat, 08 Feb 2018No sir, a 16:9 5.5" display is larger than a 18:9 5.5" display.Sir, if you read carefully what I wrote, you could notice I mention the dimensions of the phone, not the screen.
if the strengh of the battery will not go beyond 80h in the rating i will not consider this phone. i will rathar consider xiaomi phone with great battery life. i hate phones with short battery life.
did anyone notice the ir proximity sensor was below the display??...if you didnt know the sensor detects the distance of object away from the device...or a motion sensor
Urbexx, 08 Feb 2018Not triple camera?its the lite version..the p20 and p20 plus would have it
AnonD-244086, 07 Feb 2018No it is about 400-500usd$300-$400 seems more likely
17:9 or a little taller is fine, but this trend is just getting stupid. You can never use the phone comfortably one handed.
Different screen ratio actually had been used many times ago.
The regular version was still 16:9, but there were also phones with 3:2 (iphone 4s), 16:10 (Lumia), 4:3 (Lg Vu). The difference from all of that phones is that they are wider rather than taller.
What's the deal with all these skinny elongated phones??? Now getting even skinnier n
longer with 19:9AR.
Why can't we just have options of the regular 16:9AR or even 17:9AR phones with skinny bezels and all the top 2018 specs??? I am perfectly content with those two aspect ratios.
At this point with the way the elongated 18:9AR trend is going..we might end up with long tube-like phones...insane.
So what's next ...10:9, 11:9, 12:9???????
MKL, 07 Feb 2018Sorry to ask but have you ever been to school!! It's about ratio.Have you been to school? I am talking about ratio here.
LG superfan, 07 Feb 2018$1000 for lite model?No it is about 400-500usd
MKL, 07 Feb 2018Sorry to ask but have you ever been to school!! It's about ratio.I assume you are school child. Please bay attention in math class.
systemic, 07 Feb 2018And 1000$ price tag$1000 for lite model?
Celluloid, 07 Feb 2018Nah, S8 is same height but wider.S8 is 18.5:9, this one is 19:9 -- it will have better screen-to-body ratio.
sohail shafayat, 07 Feb 201816:9 is better always. Phones are becoming narrower day by day. Yes, getting narrower and tall... moreDepends on overall dimensions. If the phone is same size tall and wide, but one is 19.5:9 (or 19:9, 18.5:9, 18:9, 17:9) and the other 16:9, the screen will have the same width, but more display area on top and bottom.