Meant for one-handed use = smartphone
Meant for two-handed use = phablet
Yes it's that simple. Is 1P7P meant for one hand with its 76 mm width? Obviously not.
Anonymous, 15 May 2019Is oneplus 7 pro are phablet? So what happened to the new phablets now? That's why now phablet... moreNope, it's a smartphone. Phablets still exist though. Huawei Mate 20X, Honor 8X Max, Honor Y Max and Xiaomi Mi Max 3 are examples.
There's about 1cm separating the width of these tablets and this Oneplus 7 Pro smartphone.
My old Xiaomi Mi Max is a phablet with it's 6.4" screen, my newer Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is a smartphone of whose screen is 6.39". The difference in screen size is huge, despite the number being similar.
Anonymous, 15 May 2019Is oneplus 7 pro are phablet? So what happened to the new phablets now? That's why now phablet... moreOf course it is a phablet. There are only phablets left now, no smartphones.
Varun, 15 May 2019Agree, seems like they are paid hefty ammount for a phone that doesnÂ’t have flagship camera, ... moreVarun -> Not sure about your comment about the OnePlus 7 Pro not having a flagship quality camera. You do realize that it sits right behind the P30 Pro and Galaxy S10+ right? You might consider researching before making your statement seeing as DxoMark has it rated as beating most other flagship cameras.
Is oneplus 7 pro are phablet? So what happened to the new phablets now? That's why now phablets category are discontinued. Even 6.5, 6.7 inch are not considered a phablet. 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 or even 6.4 inches are now smaller than the iPhone plus.
BigDisplay, 15 May 2019My thought to... but its really not a big problem. I found a easy solution for the "problem" ... moreim sorry i think i lost. you meant to reply about my reply about s10 series launch related articles vs now with oneplus right? lol.
realitychecker, 15 May 2019my thoughts also.My thought to... but its really not a big problem.
I found a easy solution for the "problem" = dont read the article and or, go to next one etc. etc.
Yesterday when i saw all those articles i really was wondering what the hack going on... But then again, i just dont read the bullshi..!
But if i have been a fan of this brand i guess i would be glad for all those articles, but still wondering why GSMA dont take all this info and gather it in one or two articles instead of this madness.
[deleted post]Agree, seems like they are paid hefty ammount for a phone that doesnÂ’t have flagship camera, IP rating , wireless charging only a flagship price for gimmeck like pop camera and curve screen
Izzie, 15 May 2019Unfortunately, it seems OnePlus is very aggressive with marketing and advertising every time t... moreIn aska, they're only aggresive on internet, blog, tech news site, in real life, i don't see much, that's resulting that only enthusiast knows oneplus brand and the only buyer is them
[deleted post]Unfortunately, it seems OnePlus is very aggressive with marketing and advertising every time their phones come out. They're the best thing since sliced bread until all the bugs and flaws come out.
Would like to See Samsung A80 how much can lift its sliding mechanism.
Hope it will be more than 5 kilos.
Another OnePlus' bullsh*t advertising... Not only that they didn't even show that the mechanism still works (...), but nobody cares about how much weight it can hold or how many times it can pop-up in laboratory controlled environment.
What people really worry about is how it will perform once dust/small particles/water start to enter in... If my selfie camera dies after 1 trip to the beach then I couldn't care less that I can lift 22kg of cement with it.
isn't this the same mechanism found in an earlier Vivo Nex model, the first phone with a pop up camera..? so what's the noise about..?