Namb, 28 Aug 2020Yeah, i would like to try it for video callBack cameras call :D
AnonD-909757, 28 Aug 2020I am still waiting for smartphones with NO front camera, which solve all problems. After all,... moreYes I hope they remove the front camera completly, it is useless for a lot of people, people can just take photo with rear cameras looking at the glass back of the phone I can clearly see myself I need just to tap the power or volume button to take a selfie with the back camera, even tho I DON'T USE THE SELFIE CAMERA
I am still waiting for smartphones with NO front camera, which solve all problems.
After all, all implementation of front camera are problematic, but shouldn't we simply consider that the front camera IS the problem ?
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2020So why dont people cry and moan over that??? Why when Apple went Amoled it started charging a... moreIf you think companies choose only the best for their customers, you are delusional. Old Amoled displays don't have enough pixel density, not enough heat produced. Nowadays they have high PPI and all that heat causes the pixels to get dimmer and dimmer.
I guess you closed your eyes and started yelling "bla bla bla" when all the news about green Samsung panels broke.
EdgeZ, 28 Aug 2020Exynos is crappy from the get go. they have bad reputation overall but not their amoled. even ... moreThat's OLED for you, no exaggeration at all. It get's dimmer within a year from my experience. You also have to adjust the colors after that.
dyslexic alien, 28 Aug 2020Balanced micro bezels on the top and bottom or bezel less. There is no in between.😌yessss please bring this back along with front facing stereo speakers like the old htc m series
Marco M, 28 Aug 2020Notchless phones are also the present, and the past :-) Notches was just a sad fad I avoided :DBalanced micro bezels on the top and bottom or bezel less. There is no in between.😌
Marco M, 28 Aug 2020Note series started in 2012. . . Even Dell got them beat. Dell Streak came in 2010, long befor... moreSeriously, where does it end with you guys? 9.8 inch? 12.4 inch? How bout a 15.6 inch screen for something that has to be put in a pocket and used by one hand.
Shadow Snypa786, 28 Aug 2020For their Ultimate flagship so far, they opted for TCL :-)
And looking by the REPORTS their... moreFoldable displays, and products with them, are currently gimmicks. So not really sure what your goal is here. . .
Take the Galaxy Z Fold2 compared to the Note 20 Ultra. The Fold2 is much more expensive, but you get a lower screen resolution, and fairly pointless screen aspect ratio (25:9), a smaller battery per screen size and a significantly worse camera setup. More expensive does not mean better. The Note20 Ultra is a much better device than the Fold2, at a significantly lower price point.
Btw, Samsung Display is a separate entity - with it's own CEO etc. Samsung as a mobile manufacturer purchases products from Samsung Display, just like any other of their customers.
Honestly, not bothered by the small, centered punch-hole front camera on my S20+. That under-display front camera tech will just make the phone even more expensive. Technological avancement is excellent, tho.
Shadow Snypa786, 28 Aug 2020"The Chinese lead on the innovation giving us significantly larger batteries, bigger scre... moreThe Chinese copies stuff until they have enough budget. Proof the Mi 8 and A2 copies the iPhone X.
Once so they can just make the phone they want. Innovate further.
At least Xiaomi is still sensible in terms of pricing.
Marco M, 28 Aug 2020Note series started in 2012. . . Even Dell got them beat. Dell Streak came in 2010, long befor... moreFor their Ultimate flagship so far, they opted for TCL :-)
And looking by the REPORTS their even more expensive £1000 plus foldable phone will be getting a Samsung ;) btw that was a 2020 January article here is a April 2020 one
And it says " It adds that display makers BOE and CSOT offer similar panels as well, but that there’s a big quality gap between them and Samsung’s clamshell screens."
And P40 displays are also Samsung
A line from the article "This goes on to show that Huawei prefers OLED panels from Samsung for its most premium phones, and this could be due to Samsung’s higher quality and better supply chain."
NICE people get what they paid for
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2020Its not a rumour its a report they are 2 different things and the article says "Its Mate ... moreRight, "Xiaomi is said to be in talks". And still about a device that currently is not available.
For their Ultimate flagship so far, they opted for TCL :-)
Shadow Snypa786, 28 Aug 2020"The Chinese lead on the innovation giving us significantly larger batteries, bigger scre... moreNote series started in 2012. . . Even Dell got them beat. Dell Streak came in 2010, long before Note series, and was 5" when Samsung was doing 4" devices (Galaxy S and Nexus S).
At the time the Dell Streak was huge in the western markets, but we didn't really get big screens by modern standards until the Chinese ramped up and started influencing.
At the time of Samsung Note, and it's 5.3" screen, there were at least 5.9" devices available, and quite possible bigger also, but I hadn't really tried any at this time.
The year after though, when Note II owners had 720p 5.5", I had a 6" FHD by Zopo - and it wasn't even the biggest one around ;-)
Sony caught on the fastest of the big ones at the time and launched their 6.4" Xperia Z ultra. I had it for a while, and it had a wonderful and big screen, but a tiny battery. The Xiaomi Mi Max fixed this. I regret not getting the Mi Max 3. The Mi Mix 3's screen is very small, and pixelated due to only FHD+ pentile AMOLED :-(
I hope they will soon step up to at least QHD+ for their AMOLEDs already. FHD+ doesn't cut it for AMOLED.
Marco M, 28 Aug 2020Your first link is about a rumor about a device that is not available at this point. . . I ... moreIts not a rumour its a report they are 2 different things and the article says "Its Mate X came with BOE’s foldable panels but Samsung Display’s panel reportedly has better QUALITY and QUANTITY"
EdgeZ, 28 Aug 2020Exynos is crappy from the get go. they have bad reputation overall but not their amoled. even ... more"Exynos is crappy from the get go"
a few years Exynos was better than SD and Samsung had to hold back certain things because its SD counterpart couldnt do it.
from a xda developer article
"For example, the Exynos 8895, which was launched in 2017, has official support for 4K@60fps video recording. However, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 doesn’t have support for this feature, which is why Samsung restricted both the Samsung Galaxy S8/Galaxy S8+ and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to recording 4K video at 30fps."
So snapdragon hasnt always been better from the get go........
"Hahaha...200% is quite an exaggeration you got there"
i agree with u on this i neva herd that number b4
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2020Oh yeah, I'm sure those companies will stay in line for Samsung's Exynos next, becau... moreExynos is crappy from the get go. they have bad reputation overall but not their amoled. even if they f up it is still one of the best. this is like intel vs amd nowadays. enthusiast would choose AMD since they are better in most cases than intel but people would still buy intel because of their huge reputation.
Hahaha...200% is quite an exaggeration you got there
They have come a long way since sticking the selfie cam at the bottom
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2020For future Xiaomi and Huawei foldables sourced from Samsung
https://www.gizmochina.com/2020... moreYour first link is about a rumor about a device that is not available at this point. . .
I don't know about the basic Mi 10, but the Mi 10 Ultra uses a TCL panel.