Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019Higher frequency=shorter waves=more antennas and power=more radiation Makes sense, right? ... moreAnd you should google the difference between non ionizing radiation and ionizing radiation.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019Higher frequency=shorter waves=more antennas and power=more radiation
Makes sense, right?
... morePerhaps you should research radiation...
Smartphones emit Non-Ionizing Radiation, this is not linked to cancer as multiple studies have showed (with the exception of heating devices like microwaves).
The radiation you are thinking of is Ionizing Radiation, which is the kind you are exposed to when you get your dental x-rays, fly in an airplane, or even when you eat a banana (potassium contains Ionizing Radiation).
Note9 User, 26 Feb 2019Well I hope for Sony's sake that it's fans buy the Sony Xperia 1 with it's 21:9 AR, but for th... more...don't worry, i ensure you in the very near future the other rivals to Sony will follow this trend, and then it will be wow so nice techie... this is what we see from the so b i a s e d reviewers and bloggers including this site! sony is always underrated because they don't bribe anyone.
Sony Xperia FOREVER, 25 Feb 2019you will see, the other companies will all follow the leader(Sony) who made the world's first ... moreWell I hope for Sony's sake that it's fans buy the Sony Xperia 1 with it's 21:9 AR, but for the rest of us it's too tall & skinny @ 167 x 72 x 8.2 mm (6.57 x 2.83 x 0.32 in).
Personally I like phones to be minimum width of 3" (76.2mm).
LittleLostChild, 25 Feb 2019Been using Ultrawide monitor (21:1) these couple of years, loving it, won't go back to 16:9/16... moreyou will see, the other companies will all follow the leader(Sony) who made the world's first 21:9 4k hdr cinema wide oled screen in a smartphone
I'm pretty sure it's being misinterpreted. I don't see OP going with that ridiculous 21:9 ratio.
Why will OnePlus go this route. Men O men..i thought 18+:9AR screens were already too long and narrow and with 21:9 we are actually entering remote control territory.
Personally 16:9AR or 17:9AR is acceptable and grudgingly will accept 18:9AR but with 21+:9AR, that is just too narrow n elongated. I don't care how good an OEMs phone is, I Will Not go for a 21:9 aspect ratio phone.
I will gladly welcome any (16:9 or 17:9AR) phone with a 6.0"--6.4" oled screen with minimal bezels, Huge 4000+ battery with fast charging, very good Camera, 6-8GB RAM and 128/256GB storage plus SD card, headphone jack etc. Someone, anyone..OEMs pls pls pls 👃🤔😊
LittleLostChild, 25 Feb 2019Been using Ultrawide monitor (21:1) these couple of years, loving it, won't go back to 16:9/16... moreAre u being sarcastic with the 21:1AR comment or u meant to say 21:9AR?
Personally I think that aspect ratio is ridiculous.
Syel, 25 Feb 2019Wtf seriously? What are you even talking about? 5G leads to cancer? I'd love to know more abou... moreHigher frequency=shorter waves=more antennas and power=more radiation
Makes sense, right?
Apparently you know how to use a browser, Google it
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019oneplus aint worth the coinactually it is worth every penny. Best phone I have ever had by far.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019Who will buy that TV REMOTE....who does not want a low and fat phone
Mr Magma, 25 Feb 2019You have S10 and S10e to choose from There still appears to be a number of devices having the 18.5:9 ratio. Why is that not good enough? Why make the phone taller than it has to be?
cog, 25 Feb 2019Say Hello to 5G Cancer 5G Will increase cancer riskYeah and Wi-Fi too.. the new Wi-Fi 6 is even more dangerous because it has bigger number!
The safest is to move southern polar sink and not take anything electronical with you! And dig deep to ice to get extra cower!
What he said is totally logical. I won't say that only 5G impacts heavily on our health alone since all wireless networks/equipments do. But 5G is proved by scientists that it'll be the most notorious one.
That's believable, since we didn't hear of cancer back before the '90s like we do today.
Companies don't listen to the user feedback they build whatever they want not what user want.
For example - Notch, headphone jack, aspect ratios, except few most of them use less capacity batteries.
I am not writing the whole sentence people already knows what they want and what manufacturers are implementing, I'm just pointing out the key words.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019What's s great about 21:9 ratio besides it being unusable in a daily device? 16:9 is perfect -... moreBeen using Ultrawide monitor (21:1) these couple of years, loving it, won't go back to 16:9/16:10. Great for movies and multitasking. Maybe these phones too I believe the developers will maximize the OS and UI to use this aspect ratio at it's fullest.