Geric.770, 04 Jul 2018Oh really?
Still stuck on 2016?
Read this before putting that offensive word here:
https:... moreoh really?
that shouldn't happend from the start, if those phones didn't burned they still use cheap components, so you samsung fans need to start thinking more...
suarez92, 04 Jul 2018Enjoy spending more than 2k plus additional repair parts. So logic is above you
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2018But why ?So we can have an option of foldable phones that are small 'pocket size' when being used casually, but can fold out to more of a small tablet size when screen real-estate is what you want.
I can't wait to see if these are any good.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2018Jeez use a little logic and have some faithEnjoy spending more than 2k plus additional repair parts.
I hope flexible devices doesn't live up. From past experience everything moving on a phone has expiration date. So this means not going to the future but going back in time when flat cables were destroyed all the time and similar.
F1982, 04 Jul 2018I assume when they say flexible battery, what they mean is a 2-part battery with flexible conn... moreYou might be right. But even then it's still probably overall more useful if anything that could be flexible is. And the more flexible they make and test things to be now, the better they can be in the future
Walter C. Dornez, 04 Jul 2018Honestly, hope theey decide to go with 3 full displays with one being the front and then two i... moreYes that will be the 'right' shape, to get a phone sized device, unfolding to a (small) tablet, or a phablet size unfolding to a tablet size. All in (roughly) 16:9 (as 3*9:16=27/16 is rather close to 16:9 and he factor most likely should be over 3 to count for the device thickness, so gets even closer to 16:9)
I assume when they say flexible battery, what they mean is a 2-part battery with flexible connectors between them?
If it's a fold-able phone as expected rather than something which literally bends and flexes (don't see much practical use for that), then it doesn't need any of the internal components to be flexible at all. They just need to arrange the components with connector ribbons between the two 'halves' of the phone.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2018Why would he envy something that isn't even out yet?That's not what that was. Either you assumed what it said after it was deleted.... Why would you do that...
Or you have the same mentality of the person they replied to. And why would you do that?
why do people need foldable phone? really
But why ?
Biggest fear of screen protector makers, and case makers.
This phone is meant to be used naked.
1 cracked screen is enough to give me a headche and heart attack, even more with foldable dual display. Eh wait, its should be plastic display that cant cracked.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2018Envy? I understand your feeling, my dear friend. LolWhy would he envy something that isn't even out yet?
Can't wait to see it
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2018this phone is gonna be fat i guess when folded, unless they make the thickness around 4mm when... moreTbh, a flexible screen insinuates that the screen is strong enough to flex without breaking. It might be stronger actually and will probably be made of plastic
this phone is gonna be fat i guess when folded, unless they make the thickness around 4mm when opened, so its about 8mm when folded.
i prefer normal phone with suitable screen size, coz this looks fragile.
Walter C. Dornez, 04 Jul 2018What's the difference?Flexibility. And my old Sony Experia lithium polymer batteries would keep a charge even after a year of being turned off. No joke.