eh, 18 Apr 2019Huawei MATE X is the killer of this useless device..honestly speaking we was expecting from Sa... moreLet's not count unhatched chickens.... i still say the tech is to immature ... and with this price tag it better make and serve me coffee every morning for two years...
Lol Samsung is rapidly turning into Nokia. Unimaginative design, bad products that are their quality is inverse proportion with how rabid their fanbase is.
They are fast becoming irrelevant. Or rather will be if they don't fix their lack of innovation.
Huawei MATE X is the killer of this useless device..honestly speaking we was expecting from Samsung to do much better since they have the capability to do it .
Definitely worth it's price ....
Oh in case it's not clear to someone , that's sarcasm ...
Whackcar, 18 Apr 2019Galaxy folds are breaking already: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/17/samsung-galaxy-fold-screen-... moreYeah, all around revs reporting about breaks.
Maybe this here unit will survive until the full review, IF they dont use it.
In event, they didnt let anybody to get close n touch the fold. There is something really fishy going on there. More of prototype than actual product. The crease is really deep and it look the screen is divided by two and looks like it will be there for a very long time. The product is so damn bulky and its so damn ugly. Theres gap between when u fold, the big notch and small screen. Looks alot like nokia of old.
They even delayed the announcement coz they 'want to improve' they say. Now, theres problems within 2 days. A variety of screen problems. Half screen off half on. Half screen blinking bad half not. Screen peel off etc. U name it. And if u say it can be solved by changing screen, heh let see about that
And i saw samsung fanboys said its not samsung fault but users. The fanboys are now becoming apple the company lol. Oh i forgot. Samsung is great, samsung is life, everything is samsung lol
Again, let see about that.
Galaxy folds are breaking already: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/17/samsung-galaxy-fold-screen-breaking-and-flickering.html
Gsmarena should post an article about this ASAP. Samsung has dropped the ball again.
OMG! Breaking News!, 18 Apr 2019OMG! Breaking News! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-47970788Its not big issue , it can be fix by update .. if get one
It appears Samsung has QC issues:
[deleted post]Yup, you said it.
Windows 10 have a linux subsystem feature. This is not a VM. You can run linux commands directly on windows files.
OMG! Breaking News!
[deleted post]Samsung has lot of pressure from Chinese OEM’s that’s why they release 10 flagship in 2019!.
60E[z], 17 Apr 2019Yes.Right. The power of Linux is in the terminal commands. In windows we have to click this... moreThe terminal commands are very useful, but you really need to be into it; else, you forget. The major advantage of a GUI (as opposed to CLI) is that you do need to remember almost nothing. Oh well, in Windows (or in OS X), you can also use CLI. But mouse clicking is not a bad idea, not at all, especially, for common people.
I'm not a fan of the infolding design.. It is expected to be primarily a phone.. And you are stuck with such a poor display during phone usage..
60E[z], 17 Apr 2019If you talk about productivity as a Desktop Users. Yes.. linux is bad. Casual users like game... moreTotally agree. Well, when I say corporate, I mean corporate desktop applications. Obviously, servers run Linux.
According to a major American newspaper review units are already breaking.
Delic, 17 Apr 2019"In a few years, most phones will look like a variation of this" No they won't, foldables g... moreIf we ignore the reasons I made, that there will be foldasbles in all sizes, you'd be right. But, obviously you're wrong. :)
Alien , 17 Apr 2019With a bit of research you can install a Linux OS on your phone. Assuming you root it.
The power of Linux is in the terminal commands. In windows we have to click this and that and it often takes long time of process to do simple things.
I moved my debian installation to Zfs filesystem last month, and i've never looked back to windows again.
Fyi.. im not a gamer.