Cpt. Power, 21 Oct 2017That M stands for mediocre? Or middle range? Because price is too high for its specs. 700 e... moreget your facts right. the CPU is from 2016. it was the PREVIOUS CPU that you considered glorious. RAM was still quite mandatory as 4 GB in 2016. so again. I do agree though that the thickness. when folded is HUGE. but considering one screen is 9mm and the other is 3.2 then it makes sense tho.
That M stands for mediocre? Or middle range?
Because price is too high for its specs.
700 eur for a phone with specs of 2014-15 WTF
Two things, I would assume, drives any market... Demand and innovation...
After a device as impressive as Axon 7, this is a serious let down...
Demand part, I am trying to picture someone who would want that and for what?
Innovation part, you can have little tiny hinges with double sides tape and tape two iPhone SE, 5s to other square phones and it would look much better than this and probably do more.
I heard from somewhere M stands for multitasking... What Android 6 midrange or above phone is not capable of running multitasking?
I do not see anything outside the box here in regards of neither the hardware nor the software.
Personally, I think my LG v20's second screen is more packed with innovations than this one. And, I also personally think, I would only embarrass myself if I buy this phone.
Haha!! This cheap thing won't even compare to Microsoft's upcoming foldable Surface Phone running Windows Core OS!:)
average joe, 19 Oct 2017a 10 inch display with 3100 mAh battery. It will not even last you half a day of battery life. This is not 10 inch screen
a 10 inch display with 3100 mAh battery. It will not even last you half a day of battery life.
babakmansouri, 18 Oct 2017designed by sony in japan assembled by zte in chinalol