Huawei or any other chinese will earn credits for what Asus did years ago.
Same way when xiaomi copied in 2016 the design used by Sharp in 2014.
Sharp Crystal was sold in USA and Europe, no excuse to say it was limited to Japan amd unknown.
Solid state battery implementation will make a great change in smartphones
IcyJay30, 20 Dec 20201 billion colour screen in all flagships and stereo speakers in mid rangers (specially samsung).That is kinda hard.
Samsung does not make 10bit mobile oled.
I'm a speed hungry person. Give me rocket fast smartphone without any camera.
IpsDisplay, 20 Dec 2020We need battery endurance increase, and miniled (Lcd) screens to replace Oled in flagship phon... moreLack of choice does not mean acceptance. Users just did not have much plastic choices on top end models.
And easily broken phones means more repairs, some which cost nearly as much as buying new phones.
Funny to see flagship Android/Iphones still being used despite the back and sides and front looking like the moon's surface.
We need battery endurance increase, and miniled (Lcd) screens to replace Oled in flagship phones (please hurry up apple and make it a trend)
I'm also looking for more PLASTIC built smartphones it seems like Samsung has wised up and is allegedly using it for the s21 series
We live in a time where people prefer heavier cracked up phones vs a few scratches
Before the smartphone era phones were 99% plastic and ppl where happy they didnt even complain about scratches... What changed?
For the next years, hope of improvement for graphene battery, more efficient, more speed, more power, more slim.
Other than that, expecting for the Z Fold 3rd Gen with S Pen, n some rollable phones could be great.
Also the next gen of internal cooling, just like the RedMagic 5S did, that's was a delicate internal cooling system (say no to suffer without an external fan 😛) very2 appreciate if they improve it.
I want PC or AAA games being optimized for ARM, so Nvidia expanding to ARM is my choice
For me rollable phones. We've seen concepts, let's see a production version. Maybe an LG.
Rollable phones are the most exciting trend I am looking forward to.