what's the use of racing for thinness when the phone become easier to bend
and what about ugly camera bulge that cannot let users lay phone flat on table?
and also sacrificing battery juice?
Oh please, not the thinning again, the thinning trend back in 2015 created a generation of phones with crappy battery and/or huge camera humps.
Love the Community, 12 Dec 2019Yeah, he's the go to person for tech. I hated him for hating HTC back then. Now, he's right fo... moreHave you tried Micheal Fisher or Mr. Mobile? That man is way better than any of the you-tuber IMO.
[deleted post]Yeah, he's the go to person for tech. I hated him for hating HTC back then. Now, he's right for us to hate HTC and let the grandpa such as it die.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2019"... and now the bend test"Yes, I'm sure it can be used as Oppo's answer to the Galaxy Fold XD
I see another bend gate incoming!
Making phones thin is sheer lunacy, nothing else! Give me a 1cm+ phone any day, if that means a 5000mAh+ battery!
Hmm, 12 Dec 2019"next step in phone evolution" LOL this is what you call evolution. its still a boring slab!!Thinning the phone is a devolution. I hope they're listening to Mr.WhoseTheBoss and Marques Brownlee. Making the phone thick will add more battery space than just widen the phone.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2019i guess oppo forgot iphone 5 with 7.6mmwe are talking about 2019 phones here! not that kind of "mono" piece of hardware!
"next step in phone evolution" LOL this is what you call evolution. its still a boring slab!!
Well, isnt the thinner phone of 2019...that goes for the Xiaomi Mi 9, i have one and can say with precision is 7.6 thick! so...
this is just pure marketing...
If you can make it that slim.. Why not adding a second edition that is 10-11mm thick but has a 6000+ mah battery?