Aspros, 24 Jan 2019Lol, let me guess, 2100mah, 1200euros price tag, half of the screen is not touch sensitiveThis phone is from Xiaomi, not LG
FreezeGame, 23 Jan 2019Terrible concept. The two portions of the display which folds around the back are hideous, the... moreAs you say, it's still a concept and needs to be finished. Even if the display was folded inwards, it wouldn't be perfectly straight.
I would prefer this concept over the inwards folded one with an extra screen, because extra screen = higher price tag. Moreover if you had a secondary 5-6" screen, it would take some space and have weaker structure, apart from not using the advantage of folding a screen to extend the diagonal. I think it's much better to have a 4ish" screen (which fits perfectly anywhere) and extend it to 7ish" than having a 5-6" screen (plus possible big bezels) and extended to 7ish" (worse screen-to-screen ratio).
As for as the protection goes, a typical plastic screen protector and two flexible 1mm-height strips working as a bumper would do the job.
For my personal use this looks like a great form to use. I love it and look forward to seeing it on sale.
Aspros, 24 Jan 2019Lol, let me guess, 2100mah, 1200euros price tag, half of the screen is not touch sensitiveCalm down it's a prototype and 1st iteration. Of course it'll be expensive. It'll steadily go down once (or if) it becomes mainstream.
Lol, let me guess, 2100mah, 1200euros price tag, half of the screen is not touch sensitive
I really would not want to be an early adopter on this technology. I don't care what they say, I think there are going to be a lot of unexpected failures at the folding point in the first couple years of this technology.
Justin Beiber, 24 Jan 2019anada oneLOL what the fish are you doing here Mr.Beiber?
Kingslayer, 24 Jan 2019The next revolution is here. I knew 2019 would bring something new. Very cool. Probably why I ... moreGood you didn't. The Pixel 3 is a smartphone that only has a great camera. To be honest the latest iPhone XS Max has way better video and almost as good photos (all former iPhone cameras were terribly mediocre, to be honest).
i dont even like flip covers on a phone, but if i must go with a foldable device one day, this is the perfect fold
The next revolution is here. I knew 2019 would bring something new. Very cool. Probably why I didn't buy the Pixel 3. I knew something far more "magical" will be released this year than in 2017 and 2018.
The previous two years have been a bore. I got myself back to playing more video games because of my boredom with smartphones the last two years.
is there any hidden message behind using the middle finger to operate the phone?
Galaxy Note 10, 23 Jan 2019The reference here is Indians working in Apple, Qualcomm headquarters. Samsung already opened ... moreSamsung R&D in Bangalore is not a new thing. They mostly work on things like Camera. Not the hardware part but the software algorithm. That's R&D too. As far as developing Exynos processor is concerned, it is more of a Korean thing.
P.S.: The Indian who invented Pentium was in America when he did that.
Terrible concept. The two portions of the display which folds around the back are hideous, the display always looks to be in a bent state (never completely straight), and handling it looks very cumbersome overall.
They expect consumers to get excited over this and, even worse, spend money on it?! Not in this lifetime. Next!
For any foldable smartphone, the larger display should always be folded inward, and only accessible when unfolded. A smaller display of 5" - 6" on the outside should be primary, which would be used to perform everyday, smartphone tasks most of the time.
No way should the display be exposed 24/7 like what Xiaomi is demonstrating here. Epic fail!
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2019looks 10 times better than Samsungs..You haven't seen Samsung's, but you've already made up your mind and my best guess is you don't like Samsung.