Does anyone know when will xiaomi release its foldable smartphone ? It would be affordable with premium quality
One of the ugliest devices and unattractive should be refined a lot.
2000 EUR !!
I can by a car for that.
Now isn't the right time, 5 years more affordable
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019Well you didn't even see Huawei's mate x it does have a crease in the middle too both of them ... moreComparison of Huawei Mate X and Samsung Fold.
Huawei Mate X: Folding-out. Creates soft crease(s), fully recoverable, and without hard-crease line(s).
Samsung Fold: Folding-in. Creates hard crease(s), with visible and unrecoverable hard-crease line(s).
A close-up look at Huawei Mate X by a German reporter:
Huawei Mate X in action in close-up. The commentary offered by the reviewer is spot-on:
Promotional videos and pictures from Samsung have tried to hide the center crease line(s). But take a look at Samsung Fold from the following video:
Play this video with slow-motion (0.25 of full speed), at around 0:51 you will see a very clear hard crease line in the middle.
YUKI93, 23 Feb 2019Sorry, what?
https://fossbytes.com/wired-vs-wireless-headphones/Man it doesnt matters.
Less and less phone manufacturers use jack.
Even Samsung decided to stop using jack in their devices.
Galaxy fold is first future S models are next.
Or why do you think they added wireless earphones in the box?
Just to make ready people for no jack.
And i am only glad this 150 years old tech going to history.
Is not essential it never was.
Anonymous, 21 Feb 2019actually your wrong a quick google search and you can see that you are wrong. wired headphones... moreHahaha sure sure.
I can name you 10 tio 20 earphones and headphones and earbuds which wireless sunds better or a lot better than a wired ones.
By the way wireless options is always better option to pick.
Gadget Freak, 21 Feb 2019do u think charging ear phones every few hours is clever.
Wireless earphones are still not u... moreYes they are.
If you can charge your phone every night why you cant earphones?
Yes you can so its clever and essential if you want to use them next day.
By the way less and ,less manufacturers use jack and in 2-3 years no flagship will have it and maybe a no midranger as well.
In next 5 years jack will be gone or remains only in phones with physical buttons.
Imperator Neubaticus, 21 Feb 2019Sorry but if being clever means sticking to inferior methods then go and be clever all by yourself. Well i am.
By the way Samsung Galaxy fold dont have jack and fact Samsung add wireless earbuds to S10 phones as a gift means any upcomming samsung flagship will have no jack at all.
And in 2-3 years even a midrangers and basic models will have no analog jack.
Finaly this jack curse will be over.
Having a notch is bad but having a jack is far worse.
Anonymous, 21 Feb 2019wired head phones still provide best output. Specially in gaming. by default there is a 10 mil... moreYes i kniw that but a 10 miliseconds delay is nothing.
Is like the difference of running same game on a S8 Samsung or S9 samsun g with never CPU. It will be in milisecionds if any. From moment you press icon on screen until game loads the main menu.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019The basic premise of a foldable device with OLED screen is this: The OLED screen is so flexib... moreWell you didn't even see Huawei's mate x it does have a crease in the middle too both of them no one have hands on review for both phone except the fact even with giant bezels Samsung fold was much more premium than mate x in term of feel and look so don't say this one is better than this because both of them have failed in this test and maybe the final product is going to be better or fix this problem
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019The basic premise of a foldable device with OLED screen is this: The OLED screen is so flexib... moreIf I am not mistaken, SAMSUNG already did the invent seven years ago, that was 2012.
Chee Khuan, 24 Feb 2019SAMSUNG Galaxy Fold is just a replica of previous NOKIA 9300 communicator. Woah! I just know that the NOKIA 9300 communicator is using foldable OLED, touch screen, and other modern technologies that doesn't exist that time since the Galaxy Fold is a replica of it
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2019The pictures are dodged. The pictures do not show there is a very visible hard crease line in ... moreYour long essay comments shows me that you are an expert. So you are even more expert than the experts who designed and engineered Galaxy Fold and Mate X since you know a lot and can know which phone will have an engineering failure. Nah, you're just a keyboard warrior anyway
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019The basic premise of a foldable device with OLED screen is this: The OLED screen is so flexib... moreGalaxy Fold has similar OLED technology as Huawei Mate X. There is no crease line on the Galaxy where the phone folds. The "anonymous" opinions are trying to BS you. Don't be their fool and believe what they write.
The basic premise of a foldable device with OLED screen is this: The OLED screen is so flexible that you can bend it and role it, and when it is fully open it can return to its original unblemished state.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold has failed to deliver on that premise. The fact remains that the OLED screen is not creasable in the sense that the OLED screen can't return to its original unblemished state once it is creased. The Samsung designers have failed to understand this basic limitation of OLED.
What a failure on the part of Samsung! Considering that Samsung is the principle flag-bearer of OLED display technology. Considering that the talk about a foldable device started as early as 2014, and it was followed up with years of resources and engineering effort. Considering the prestige Samsung has attached to such a high profile project. This is not just another failure, it is a failure on a "spectacular" scale!
spun_, 24 Feb 2019funny trolling. Or you're delusional.Go to check out the NOKIA 9300 communicator first, then you will know who are delusional.
SAMSUNG is just copy and paste the design of 9300 communicator.
There is a fundamental difference in design between Huawei Mate X and Samsung Fold.
When Huawei Mate X is fully open, you face an unblemished AMOLED screen, just like you would with any other tablet.
When Samsung Fold is fully open, you face a damaged AMOLED screen with a very visible hard-crease line in the middle, something you never have to face until now.
Run that Samsung Galaxy Fold silent video using slow-motion (0.25 of full speed), at around 0:51 you will see a very clear hard crease line in the middle. Do you really want to use a 7.3" tablet with a damaged AMOLED screen (with a visible hard-crease line in the middle)?
The pictures are dodged. The pictures do not show there is a very visible hard crease line in the middle of the AMOLED screen. Run that Samsung Galaxy Fold silent video using slow-motion (0.25 of full speed), at around 0:51 you will see a very clear hard crease line in the middle. Do you really want to use a 7.3" tablet with a damaged AMOLED screen (with a visible hard-crease line in the middle)?
Feluda, 24 Feb 2019SAMSUNG Galaxy Fold is just a replica of previous NOKIA 9300 communicator (2)funny trolling. Or you're delusional.