Anonymous, 14 Sep 2020I wasn't mad dude lol. I just figured you were actually asking the question. I meant no o... moreAgree, still iphone 4/5 are one of the best designed phones imo, also the industrial omni balance design from sony,and now samsung note 10/20.
Full display without rounded corners is the way to go.
Also to many components need to be pushed inwards because of the curved edges.
I hope more brands implement that kind of design.
AnonD-955101, 13 Sep 2020Bro it was a joke, chill out😄Of cource the design is from iphone 4/5.I wasn't mad dude lol. I just figured you were actually asking the question. I meant no offense or anything. Anyway I wouldn't be surprised if a ton of companies go to a square-edged design for packaging efficiency. Especially with 5G modems and other industry-first components that are gonna take up lots of space. They'll fit better pressed up against flat edges. Might make phones kinda uncomfortable to handle/hold tho :D
IDK why people think the notch is going away. Ugly or not, it's the new face of iPhone. It was the same with the button design. For the longest time, Apple kept the round Home/TouchID button that necessitated large borders around the phone for symmetry. At the end of its life, it wasn't the most modern-looking design, but it remains extremely functional, even today. And maybe even more importantly, it made the iPhone instantly recognizable as an iPhone. Even when they could have made the button smaller, or a flatter shape, they didn't, and for good reason. The new notch is no different. It may not be the prettiest solution, but it is perfectly functional, and consistent among all iPhones. In true Apple fashion, they will only get rid of the notch when they become capable of miniaturizing everything enough to put all of the hardware within a thin border (probably unlikely), or when they become capable of hiding everything underneath the screen (probably more likely). They'll never do any hole-punch style layouts. Their design philosophy (look up Bauhaus and Dieter Rams) would consider that to be a gimmick, which it is.
AnonD-955101, 13 Sep 2020Did apple stole the frame design from Xperia 1 II? 😂😂😂😂As said earlier, they're doing the iPhone 4/5 design again. Everyone else has rounded edges, so Apple wants to stand out again. That said, there is a functional advantage to the design (something about making a rigid frame with the two pieces of glass sandwiching it, and the square edges making component placement more efficient). Like you said, Sony uses a square-edged design too, and Apple is not copying them (Apple did it first). But I don't even think Sony is copying Apple lol. The probably chose it for their own reasons.
Ensutiat, 13 Sep 2020Misconception, Nvme is used as ROM not RAM, Iphones use lpddr ramAnd, iPhones will be using x60 modem.
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2020For price Apple asks, iphone 12 Pro Max should have : - 4K HDR 10bit screen - same modem ... moreiPhone 12 Pro Max will use the Snapdragon X55 modem found in SD865 phones. Use of NVMe RAM is faster than LPDDR5. NVMe is found in PC.
Wily2020, 12 Sep 2020Almost all the phones in the market look pretty much same so this design will stand out. Inter... moreYes design will stand out in the sense.... Ohh that ugly gas burner looking phone.
Wily2020, 12 Sep 2020Almost all the phones in the market look pretty much same so this design will stand out. Inter... moreThe is the old iPhone 4/5 industrial design. They're reusing it because innovation has died at Apple. If Android vendors wanted to copy it, they would have done so a long time ago. And I don't think they will because it is not a modern but a dated design.
Almost all the phones in the market look pretty much same so this design will stand out. Interesting to see if Android companies going to copy this and who is going to be first.
AnonD-763241, 12 Sep 2020Apple is using a new 1/1.9" inch sensorFor price Apple asks, iphone 12 Pro Max should have :
- 4K HDR 10bit screen
- same modem of SD865 (apple uses much weaker modem than android phones)
- ddr5 ram
- UFS3.1 memory
- 1/1.2" wide, 1/1.5" ultra wide and 1/2" telephoto with 10bit recording for all, real RAW (not very processed RAW currently used)
- usb C 3.2
- audio settings
- fingerprint scanner
- Gorilla Virtus (GG7) on both sides
i wish they kept the camera surrouding black so those hideous camers blends a little bit and maybe made everything in proportion like the cameras all aligned almost a 4 camera module but the 4th one is the two extra camera together since they are small so it looks cleaner