SilverSurfer, 21 Aug 2019Bigger camera sensor of course.. without making entire body thick. Make sense ! Make sense?? LOL this not like the Motorola Z series that uses moto mods, in other words the camera hump is nonsense.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2019Its time to question, what is the use of the camera hump? Bigger camera sensor of course.. without making entire body thick.
Make sense !
Kingslayer, 21 Aug 2019I don't recognize this mobile industry anymore. You can tell by visiting GSM Arena that it isn... moreI agree with most of your comment. HTC 10 was a beautiful phone, but every single phone with snapdragon 801, 810, 820 gets hot really fast and faster if the back is made of aluminum. I prefer the always hated plastic for back panels but only cheap phones used it nowadays :(. So far this year I haven't found a phone that makes me want to replace my note 8, the Asus Rog 2 looks great but it's too big -__-
Kingslayer, 21 Aug 2019I don't recognize this mobile industry anymore. You can tell by visiting GSM Arena that it isn... moreTotally agree with you, there are only a few attempts on making innovative devices, but as thing are now, it is hard to do it, the foldable phones, the gaming phones, are some examples
I don't recognize this mobile industry anymore. You can tell by visiting GSM Arena that it isn't the same like years ago. It's not the website's fault.
This is the industry now -
All glass backs
No headphone jack
$1000+ price tags
I remember from 2004-2016, visiting this site was exciting. Now I just see the same things over and over.
I ordered a brand new HTC 10 for $118 from eBay. It wasn't either that or an open box Google Pixel or Essential Phone which I've already owned before. Went for something different. Arguably HTC's last great smartphone.
In 2016, we still got metal backs and a headphone jack. Since 2017, phones have gotten better especially with cameras but they also got worse in terms of features and build quality.
Nokia 7.2 is the same old thing I've seen from other phones. LG and HTC act like me too companies when they used to innovate. HMD seems no different.