Lightning2.0, 23 Oct 2020The curved panels are a pain in the ass to use since palm detection hasn't been that inte... moreI'm caseless too and I didn't have any problem with my Samungs. Yes, other companies, like OnePlus, jave a very crappy palm rejection software. OnePlus' is so terrible that there might not be any!
AnonD-964130, 23 Oct 2020That (udc) will interfere with front cam images and also display unless more improved innovati... morei know that but without popup camera slider and punchole the only feasible option is UDC. yes it takes time to perfect it and i hope in couple years there is no trace of it on the screen itself.
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2020Being first is not the same as being better. Perfection takes time, buddy.yes of course but i really need a phone and i will buy after i have watch reviews of device. so it is not 100 percent that i will buy that
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2020looks like someone bought into Xiaomi's hype marketing enjoy your first-gen crappy UDC lolthat is 3rd gen under display camera and i know it has some issues. dont confuse me with isheeps who buy anything apple produce. i will look it up for reviews when device comes out then buy.
You could put any brand and model name under those front mockups really. Most phones looks the same theese days. Just a bit different insides
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2020looks like someone bought into Xiaomi's hype marketing enjoy your first-gen crappy UDC lolXiaomi is already trying hard to exploit fake and cheat marketing strategy by banning honest Youtube reviewers, pretending their devices are the fastest on the market.
bbbcomrade, 23 Oct 2020i really become sick of this camera holes and other notches. i am still using my old galaxy no... morelooks like someone bought into Xiaomi's hype marketing
enjoy your first-gen crappy UDC lol
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2020How is that going to improve your life?How does a new phone improve your life. There's your answer.
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2020I have been using Xperia Compact phones since the original Z1 Compact and I have to admit my 4... morethe iPhone 12 mini is about the same width as the old Xperia compacts, so typing experience should be similar. My current phone is 5.6" 18.5:9 and not once has it felt too small, in fact it's barely usable one handed. People buy into larger phones because they find it more immersive or easier to use, but it's the complete opposite for me. Hopefully there's more choice soon.
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2020I have been using Xperia Compact phones since the original Z1 Compact and I have to admit my 4... moreZ1 compact is 4.3" and if you compare their dimensions you will see iPhone 12 mini is 0.7mm narrower and 0.18 mm taller so your typing experience will basically be the same though you might get few more lines of text on 12 mini
From whoever I asked everyone usually prefered bigger display with minimum bezel because it fits most their needs
Folding phones with flip form factor can give best of both worlds if done properly with bigger usuable outer display
AnonD-923722, 23 Oct 2020punch holes and notch i heard that many people got used to it and they sewm to disappear when ... morePeople like to exaggerate, I have seen many punch hole phones and used in malls, friends but the hole didn't bother me even one bit not even at first sight, and if your hole is cornered you can just rotate your phone so hole is in the least distraction place if it is centered than you can just hide it in software and apps won't use that area and it will remain black so no big issue in real life
If any 5.5-5.8 inch in the next gen..i will buy....need compact size..not a monster size
LG Superfan, 23 Oct 2020Many don't make smaller phones because there simply isn't much demand, phones screen... moreI have been using Xperia Compact phones since the original Z1 Compact and I have to admit my 4.7' screen is feeling small right now. However, apple has made the 12 mini in the exact same footprint with a 5.4' which would be considered adequate. I haven't held it in my hand yet so you might be correct. I'm not so sure if people are buying bigger screens because they want them, it's just that there isn't much choice. I was eagerly waiting for folding phones to be the solution to my problem but it seems like they're just getting bigger without offering one handed functionality.. yet
RandomDood, 23 Oct 2020I'll answer the last question seeing that many others have already answerd the first few.... moreCorrection for the link:
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2020I don't understand why :
1. People don't like curved screens - more fragile & m... moreI'll answer the last question seeing that many others have already answerd the first few.
It is simply expensive and not cost-effective. There's also an issue with battery which is further worsened by 5G being the standard. So the direction they're heading for compact phones is foldables.
bbbcomrade, 23 Oct 2020i really become sick of this camera holes and other notches. i am still using my old galaxy no... moreThat (udc) will interfere with front cam images and also display unless more improved innovation comes....most phones now have punch holes, the designs with head and chin is out of fashion now except sony and some game phones which again most dont buy...so you are in minority
AnonD-923722, 23 Oct 2020I don't understand why :
1. People don't like curved screens
2. People hate hole p... more1) fragile, content on curves, accidental touches, glare, colour shift, less space inside for components
2) ugly and annoying. Ruins experience of whatching vids
3) same of #2
4) No IP rating, motors can fail. Mechanism uses energy to work
5) IP is against dust too, that comes in through usb and speaker grills. Do not trust youtube test, phone inside glass of water means nothing .
6) it cannot be wireless if a cable is involved. People should just call it induction charging.
impinas, 23 Oct 2020I don't like flat screens. The S20 family with the little curves is already TOO similar t... moreThe curved panels are a pain in the ass to use since palm detection hasn't been that intelligent to differentiate if touches are intentional. Most people don't notice it since they use a case. For someone who's always caseless, I'm glad Samsung is moving away.