Davy Jones, 23 May 2020Those bezels are still thickI'd rather have slightly thicker bezels if that would make the bezels more symmetrical than have razor thin bezels except for the chin. People don't give Apple enough credit for this. The bezels (except for the notch) even on the XR/11 are still symmetrical even though they're thicker
Davy Jones, 23 May 2020Those bezels are still thickTop bezel is the only useless one, so as long as that one is thin, it is all good.
The side bezels are for preventing accidental touch, that's why a lot of people hate edge screens.
The bottom bezel is very useful in improving ergonomics when reaching for the bottom buttons. Sure, it doesn't look good, but it is functional.
It seems like they "fused" all the good stuff of the different Motorola mid-range phones and enhanced the performance (if the picture is real)...
Pop-up camera - check
5000 mAh battery - check
Snapdragon 730 - check
6 GB ram - check
Reasonable Quad Camera - check
Hopefully it is an OLED with 90hz (I doubt it, but one can wish)
Not really sure what the prominent feature of this phone is supposed to be, but at 6.5" screen size, it's just another big brick, one of many others that already are available.
Good combo but .. Price must not exceed 300$ and software upgrade to Android12 must be confirmed in order for this phone to sell well.
Dont buy any Motorola or Lienovo device until they deliver the promised software updates
ithehappy, 23 May 2020The camera must have OIS like the Vision did, and storage must be UFS 2.1 minimum. Also provid... moreOnly the G, ZOOM and Z series from their budget phones has that OIS. The Vision variants has EIS only.
Well looks good but i am worry about pop up mechanism just one accident fall and this going to be super expensive repair.
But still better than notch.
Vic4BBM, 23 May 2020these two could be a successful ones, provided - Motorola has sane prices ( with iPhone SE... moremoto one phones which comes under android one programmes . you will get 2 major updates, myself using moto one power it got 2 major updates
That could be a very interesting device - no notch/punchhole, headphone jack, big battery, expandable storage, and last but definitely not least, a clean and pretty much bloat-free operating system.
I was a happy Moto X4 user until I started to see a low ringer and call volume issues after Pie update. I thought it was me alone, but there are several users complaining the same and Motorola is paying a deaf ear to them. Definitely like to stay away from a company that just ignores the problems faced by users due to incorrect software updates.
The camera must have OIS like the Vision did, and storage must be UFS 2.1 minimum. Also provide at least 2 version upgrades, then this phone might be a hit, unless it comes with hardware defects like the Vision did, with its touchscreen problems.
these two could be a successful ones, provided
- Motorola has sane prices ( with iPhone SE and Pixel 4a competition, sane prices are must)
- Motorola should have at least 2 major Android updates. Goof up of just one year of Android updates for Edge siblings was a bad decision, even if they went back on the statement but damage was done.
If Motorola gives 2 software updates to Moto G series, they can still gain a good amount of the market share.
Somehow it seems Lenovo is neither able to focus on Motorola phones nor can it leave it's own Lenovo branded phones. It's not helping either of the brands.