If they could do a surface style keyboard add on id definitely give them my money. It would be able to be a real workhorse.
Fayth, 27 Mar 2020that's why folks, you don't buy first gen productTrue 99.99% of the time as some prototypes whether it be phones or cars actually look way cooler than the actual commercially made product.
Fayth, 27 Mar 2020that's why folks, you don't buy first gen productForget my prior response. I see what you are saying.
Design looks cool and it will combine a mobile and a tablet and a note.....if its successful one would need to buy just one "Phabnote"
price shouldn't exceed $2000/-
Fayth, 27 Mar 2020that's why folks, you don't buy first gen productYou mean that is why you don't buy a "second" generation product? This is the second fold.
just having a beer, 27 Mar 2020Are you looking at the front panel screen? Coz this phone will have two full panel screens.. E... moreyeah, you're right. I thought it was going to have the same form factor as the huawei mate x
Now imagine when they put in a sh*tty mid-range exynos chip in the European Fold 2 version and still charge you 3000 dollars for it :D
The price will start at 3000 dollars or more likely 3500 dollars.
StefanosAna, 27 Mar 2020There's something wrong with it. When the display is folded the selfie appears to be in the m... moreAre you looking at the front panel screen? Coz this phone will have two full panel screens.. External and the internal...
Great design but I'll still wait for the 3rd Gen. Fold's plastic screen is too delicate. Can't imagine using a stylus on it.
There's something wrong with it.
When the display is folded the selfie appears to be in the middle of the small screen, but when the display in unfolded the selfie appears to be in much closer to the corner.
Still i know these are redners and from what i see, i truly like it!
I always tough that Note series should be the fold , as current note doesn't make much sense.
Looks amazing. Will be looking forward to the real thing, if I could afford one,.. Spen and the large screen is so smick
aVider, 27 Mar 2020I dont know who abused you as a kid, but first of all, this is not an OnePlus article. The Fol... moreWelp my whole response I typed out isn't getting approved by a moderator anytime soon so I guess I have to retype it. If you get another response that's why.
(1) I originally mentioned pop up cameras as an alternative to the notch which you failed to read. So obviously I'm going to insult your lack of intelligence due to what is most likely your inability to read or your very short attention span due to something worse about you mentally.
(2) I obviously brought up OnePlus because they're the one company who's done that much research on pop up cameras. Why wouldn't I bring them up? And why wouldn't I be able to just because this isn't a OnePlus article? That's terrible and flawed logic.
(3) Of course I'm going to mention other household appliances when they apply here. They have moving parts, they don't suddenly stop working or wear down soon after you get them. It's as simple as that.
(4) I have no clue why you're bringing up the folding display when I never once made an argument for or against it. Don't reply to me if you're going to change the subject to argue about something else out of nowhere. My argument was about moving parts not moving and bending parts.
(5) Wow ya don't say? The Fold 2 won't have a pop up camera? I never would've guessed it! If only I had made a comment on why it SHOULD have a pop up camera instead oh I don't know, like 4 hours before you first replied to me? Nahhhh that could've never happened!
joe nodden, 27 Mar 2020"Ok throw out your PC. Throw out your car. Throw out your ceiling fan. Throw out your vacuum c... moreI dont know who abused you as a kid, but first of all, this is not an OnePlus article. The Fold 2 wont have a pop-up camera. We are talking about a foldable screen, which creates a crease and the screen is plastic instead of glass. This means that it will get damaged way easier than even 50$ phones. Furthermore, you need to unfold and fold the device 100 times per day, which is whenever you want to actually use the bigger screen. We are not talking about a camera that you might use once a day or once a week. (Which is still LESS durable than a normal selfie camera). Secondly, get your irrelevant analogies about household devices out of here. I am talking about smartphones, and so should you.
aVider, 27 Mar 2020Moving parts reduce the durability of handhelds. They will give up easier over time. What are ... more"Ok throw out your PC. Throw out your car. Throw out your ceiling fan. Throw out your vacuum cleaner. Throw out half the stuff you own because they have moving parts." Learn to read smart one. A camera that moves once every few days to even weeks to take a selfie isn't going to wear out before the phone is obsolete. Even if you want to worry about it wearing out, OnePlus has tested their pop up camera to last 300000 uses. That's 82 times a day for a literal decade m8. Come back when you have an argument that makes any sense at all.