Robb8e, 01 Jul 2018I like that the camera isn't permanently looking at me but I wouldn't sacrifice waterproofing ... moreWell, on the bright side, you don't have Better Way Industries looking at your face and monitoring your location 24/7 with the FFC.
BiyoBiyo JunJun, 01 Jul 2018hey , lets take a photo sorry , my camera stuck .....Hey, let's talk. Sorry, I've worn a bandana and my phone can't unlock.... Really?
They're technically impractical but pretty cool. They're infinitely smarter than putting an ugly notch right on the top of the display. Anyhoo, they'll be gone once those engineers figures out how to integrate it all into the display.
BiyoBiyo JunJun, 01 Jul 2018then , all android phone will have camera like that ... and betching about it android did it firstYeah, Apple is gonna copy it regardless and call it 'innovation' ,the coming of Odin to the earthly realm. And best part, all that for only 2000$ without taxes..
Dumb debate. It is not supposed to be cool.
It is the sacrifice to be made to keep the front camera for bezelless display.
The thing costs the manufacturer a lot, passed to the consumer. This the reason the NEX devices are not cheap.
I'm fine with Mi Mix's implementation as I don't use the front camera.
Android Consultor, 01 Jul 2018I'll explain. If was Apple doing that, the people and fans would say, such a improvement. As i... morethen , all android phone will have camera like that ... and betching about it android did it first
Walter C. Dornez, 01 Jul 2018Tbh, I agreed this was indeed cool, that was the question after all. Would I use the Oppo Find... moreI like that the camera isn't permanently looking at me but I wouldn't sacrifice waterproofing for it.
I've probably only taken 30 selfies in my entire lifetime.
Sliders are not the future of Bezelless phones,
Under-the-display camera is.
I'll explain. If was Apple doing that, the people and fans would say, such a improvement. As is a chinese brand, the people don't like
It looks nice, specially to avoid the horrendous absurd notches, but slider phones have always been fragile, the flex conectors wear down fast, the moving parts collect dust and debris all the time, sooner or later they tend to jam or malfunction
Tbh, I agreed this was indeed cool, that was the question after all. Would I use the Oppo Find X or Vivo Nex? No, sliders are cool, but they got rid of water resistance because of it. I'm not saying that you shouldn't make more of these sliders, I'll just wait until it's implemented in a way of like
To remove the notch and use it only for selfie camera it is a nice solution till they can place the selfie camera behind the translusive displays.
Motorised camera with pop up or slider cannot lasting for years. Some tiny parts so risky and sensistive by big vibration when it dropped accidentaly. It's not worthed with the expensive price when we buy it. Just a gimmick thing..
Jamesschwarz987, 01 Jul 2018I would be cool if it's a manual slider, unmotorized.
*dear people don't being so lazy.*it would
Not going to cut it. Sorry. Too fragile, no IP resistance. And it'll break eventually
Can't you see? This is NOT the future, this is a step backwards, a flashback to slider phones, everytime you have to take a picture, the camera (or whole body) has to move upwards, this is a nightmare for face unlock (My eye is specifically on the Find X on this one) every day we unlock our phones on average 150 times, that means on an average day, the top portion of the phone has to come up for the phone to be unlocked. And the worst part is, it's not worth it. I get it, a notch is super ugly, I totally agree, I don't deny it. But I'd rather have a forehead instead of motorised cameras. You're not getting water resistance, you're not getting stereo speakers, you're constantly gonna be seeing that portion going up and down... In conclusion, you're compromising more than youre, getting, so, no. This is not the future. Open your eyes.
It is very hard to give a slider phone some water protection. And phones without water protection are... well, you're not gonna take it out of your room anyway, why not buy a tablet instead?
I haven't heard anyone talk about the mechanism that allow the S9+ camera to vary its aperture as a problem. I believe it is also mechanically activated, do we have any informations on that? As Samsung given any information on how many times it had tested it or any thing like that?