I liked the idea of making a flip smartphone but the weight is too much
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Now rappers won't just be sippin' on Hennessy, but also talkin' on it!... Fresh!
I would truly love an Android flip phone to come to Europe/UK but at that thickness and weight, it's a 'no thank you' for now. Come on Samsung, make a truly slim and light flip phone - surely with today's technology it can be done?
I like it, I will replace my touch screen phone. This is what I wanted.
Thank you Samsung.
i think clamshells are beautiful phones. sometimes i am sad that this time is over. but smartphones are more useful.
and this phone right here is no compromise between the 2 worlds. even if the idea is good the result is ugly and heavy. display resolution is awful and the battery... man, a 1500 mAh battery and a quad-core cpu? this is just a bad joke...
waw samy great job i like that retro phone wish i can hv it but maybe when ill be 40 it doesnt suit me well now as a young boy
A retro phone for those living in the past. This appears to be a phone for people who want to be able to say or think they own a smart phone but don't really understand what a smart phone is or what it is capable of.
The physical numeric keypad and directional D-Pad will comfort these Luddites but the tiny and low resolution screen will limit the usefulness of most Android apps.
David Elliott Lewis
Current phone: Samsung Galaxy Note II
Desired phone: Samsung Galaxy Note III
This is odd. I could see a full qwerty keyboard on the flip being purposeful, but a regular numpad?
Even so, the only form-factor I'd recognize is a slide with full qwerty. And the whole sliding function is completely redundant to me.
Bar form-factor is the only way to go in today's age. Until we have projected keyboards and/or screens, that'll be it.