Nonta72, 04 Sep 2018Actually you're the one that needs to get a life rather than baby-crying for something irrelevant.We all have our opinions, i have, you have, he has, you cant tell me, him or others whats interesting and not, if i feel somthing is important, it is for me. But again, i see ur age in ur username, and i see your not so old... I guees we all will help if you have any problems.
Only kids taking thing to near, ya or people without strength.
But this is all about phones here and we all have our opinions which is important for each of us.
Deannielsen, 31 Aug 2018Yes i do, do u realize im not the only one in the world not using the front camera, but i cann... moreActually you're the one that needs to get a life rather than baby-crying for something irrelevant.
The whole phone sliding apart is going to make it feel much less premium than other devices in the hand. Others may feel solid and sturdy, this is going to feel flimsy and delicate. Even if it's not.
I love the look, but i'm really not sure about the implementation. I think the Find X solution where the top of the phone moves up might be the best.
I just remembered the Doogee Mix 4 concept, which this is pretty much exactly like. Anyone heard any news on that device?
Monoke , 02 Sep 2018Don't know about the manual slider idea. Seems like a step back. Those have always had wobblin... moreI guess that would vary from device to device, and we have to wait for a teardown to see how well built this is.
The most recent slider I had was the Motorola Z8, no wobbling issues what so ever. Great build quality.
The slider in Oppo find X is both weak and has to be triggerd all the time for face unlock (useless gimmick), and once again for rear camera as well. Vivo's solution for the NEX-devices with pop-up selfie camera, and only that, will se the least amount of mechanical wear. Even compared to this solution by Xiaomi, because Xiaomi include speaker there also.
I was really hoping for a vivo NEX-like pop-up selfie, but I'll wait and see until all details are known.
i dont hate it, the phone looks amazing also miui always looks hot improving the phones design. but the slide just feels like an added problem in the end.. probably for the user. still more interesting than the notch
Don't know about the manual slider idea. Seems like a step back. Those have always had wobbling issues over time. Would prefer Oppo's solution with on screen fps to reduce mechanism usage.
AnonD-632062, 31 Aug 2018Hmm, that's very good. I think the Note9, V30, Mate 10 levels of bezel-less nature is more ... moreVery correct. Thank God for Sony, Samsung and others. But if I have to choose between a notch and a slider, I would go for the notch any day unfortunately. I simply cannot see the slider surviving for a long time. But then again, those are "cheap" Chinese brands and they won't last that much anyway
rj23, 31 Aug 2018If only this will have headphone port and a memory card slot then I will get this higher end m... moreSo true, Xiaomi sold out when they removed the 3.5 mm jack in the Mi Mix 2 and cut down the battery capacity by a whopping 1000 mAh.
Hmm, that's very good.
I think the Note9, V30, Mate 10 levels of bezel-less nature is more than enough. We don't need any ugly notch, complicated mechanisms or other compromises in this pursuit.
If only this will have headphone port and a memory card slot then I will get this higher end model of Xiaomi since I am still using a Redmi 5 Plus. Though I am already planning to buy an Oppo F9.
To me this looks like a type of manual slider mechanism solution used on the likes of BlackBerry Torch 9800, Sony Ericsson Xperia X2, Nokia E75 & many others in the past. Personally, I think it's about time those made a comeback. Much better than notches. Good job Xiaomi!
Anonymous, 31 Aug 2018To me the bezel was always a problem and always wanted its death. It makes phones uncomfortabl... moreThe notch trend will literally be over early next year. There's nothing to adopt, only to skip the most useless workaround since headphone connector adapters for proprietary ports. Thank god we don't have to live through that again like it was 2005...
At least, not the sensible ones of us. :)
To this looks like a manual slider solution such in the Blackberries of old.. I prefer this solution.
in 2008, Nokia made quite a few phones with a sliding mechanism. I have the 6500 Slide, it's still working.
So far only Chinese mobile company has been following this trend. Maybe other company like sony,samsung,apple,lg and other think of having durable product because to me this is only gimmick.