Shanti Dope, 18 Jul 2018But then a fragile glass can't be used to protect another fragile glass lol.
You would need a... moreWhat part of "tempered glass over silicone" did you not get?
Okay: glass back-to-back thin silicone layer from the cover- tempered glass stuck to the silicone with chemistry or magic.
If the glass takes the hit, the silicone should absorb some of the shock
BrendonF, 17 Jul 2018The problem is that at the price point the A6+ retails at you can get far more powerful device... moreI talked solely on the overall performance of the phone, which isn't bad at all.
Yes that is true though. The asking price is way too much for a SD450. It would be more competitive if it was at least a 636 and with $300 price, where it will find its rival, the Oppo F7.
H-1, 17 Jul 2018The idea is to please people who want glass back but still want to protect the original. Or tr... moreBut then a fragile glass can't be used to protect another fragile glass lol.
You would need a glass as durable as the transparent bridge in China in order for it to work as intended.
If the user wants to have some protection while still having the glass back, they can just buy protection for the sides and keep the glass back left unprotected.
H-1, 17 Jul 2018Think of a silicone case that has glass stuck to its back with adhesive. I'm not an engineer,... moreHuh. Never thought about that. This way, you could still feel glass without your phone at risk
Horrible, its a big fail!
Less spec and features, such fast charging, etc. with xpensive price, good luck samsung your sooner dead in south east asian!
Shanti Dope, 17 Jul 2018SD450 = SD625 "slightly" underclocked Same exact Adreno 506 GPU, which is basically what push... moreThe problem is that at the price point the A6+ retails at you can get far more powerful devices. SD450 belongs in the $200 price range. For this price you get a Nokia 7 plus with a far more powerful SD660 chipset and better graphics. GPU performance is definitely a problem for the A6+ considering its a premium mid range device.
Shanti Dope, 17 Jul 2018Yeah but the sole purpose of a silicone case is to protect the phone. Glass is definitely not ... moreThe idea is to please people who want glass back but still want to protect the original. Or transform a metal into a glass back.
I'm talking tempered glass over silicone, it should be durable and somewhat shatter proof.
I find a little bit strange the fact the Moto G6 was showing better graphic benchmarks compared to the A6+, even if both sport the same SD450 SoC.
radhiv1993, 17 Jul 2018Guarantee for laggie and slow performance with such a high price.Definitely not a sluggish performance
Maybe you're too spoiled on SD660's performance that SD625, which is still plenty capable today, is already sluggish according to your standards
And yes I said the 625, because numbers have a massive effect on people, and they tend to have the thought of a "lower=worse" belief
Besides, 450's just a slightly underclocked 625
H-1, 17 Jul 2018Think of a silicone case that has glass stuck to its back with adhesive.
I'm not an engineer,... moreYeah but the sole purpose of a silicone case is to protect the phone. Glass is definitely not an option for it.
Of course, metal is still my favorite.
TheWanderer, 17 Jul 2018SD 450 paired with a FHD+ display lol samsung is smoking some strong shitSD450 = SD625 "slightly" underclocked
Same exact Adreno 506 GPU, which is basically what pushes the display
Even SD430 is fine on FHD+, as shown by Huawei Y7 Prime 2018
stivi737, 17 Jul 2018And how do you intend to put a back glass cover to a phone?Think of a silicone case that has glass stuck to its back with adhesive.
I'm not an engineer, but if glass sandwich is possible, a silicone case/cover with glass back should be possible as well.
SD 450 paired with a FHD+ display lol samsung is smoking some strong shit
Too Bad !! It does not have Fast Charging. We can't expect this from Samsung. In similar price segment they put it in A5 (2018) last year.
Walter C. Dornez, 17 Jul 2018True. Though I think with paint jobs or like those snap on back designs, metal phones can look... moreWhat baffles me is that why no company has made a glass cover. Silicone/rubber and a glass back.
Looks premium, costs a penny to replace.