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I dont think most will agree with me but Ill take a phone that looks different over the SSDD that is out now. They are all the same shape and boring, not to mention I went android after my iphone was taken by mistake on many accessions at work. It could also do way less, I am not addicted tho them in the least. In fact mine lives in a bowl by the doore most of the time untel I need it those 2 days a month then I have to feed the starving thing because its dead. Its probably there now or possibly the car or my desk at work.
New cellphone every, 24 hours. How do you keep up with technology? One way is to buy the best features at the lowest price. Then you don't feel bad when it breaks. Don't waste your money on insurance 😱.
I find videos that have text lose my attention fast partly because some of the words are obscured by conflicting colours in the video, and partly because the text is moving too fast to read and take in the vid at the same time. The "music" that is often paired with text is nasty. The phone market is ultra competitive. The vids that phone companies use are boring
I have no doubt we will see higher MP phone cameras as there has already been a 41mp camera in the older Nokia, the main problem it had was a lousy lens with super soft corners that looked worse than a 5mp camera with a good lens, the center was fine.
O melhor celular fabricado até hoje foi o Xperia da Sony, lindo pequeno e versátil, tenho dó de não terem mais continuado com esse modelo, ele cabe na palma da mão, entra em qualquer bolso, teclado é uma maravilha, pois tem o teclado virtual e o real. Esses celulares tijolão que fazem hoje em dia são umas porcarias, verdadeiros tijolos que não cabe nem no bolso. O Xperia ainda esta a frente, tecnologicamente, de muitos desses tijolões, PENA QUE NÃO ATUALIZARAM MAIS. E digo mais, esses tijolões são horríveis, mais feios do que os tijolões de 1994. AS PESSOAS PARECEM QUE ESTÃO CONVERSANDO COM UM TIJOLO!.
Uhhhh... What? Memory and Storage are two DIFFERENT things.
RAM = Random Access Memory (Volatile data - lost during reboot)
ROM = READ ONLY Memory (NON-Volatile Programmed data not altered but can be RE-programmed - i.e. Operating System, etc.)
Flash-RAM = Storage (Volatile data - not lost during reboot) = Data Storage
64GB or 128GB of READ ONLY Memory?!?!? (Good Lord! That is more than a Super Computer!)
Do you mean Storage (Flash-RAM)? This is where you can install apps, save contacts, appointments, music, video, pictures and other data.
In today's market, Rom refers to the amount of space taken up by the operating system and default apps. So if you have a smartphone with, lets say, a 8gb rom, the system has a total of 8 gb's to itself for OS and apps necessary to run it that you have no control over. It's more accurate to call it what it is, which is a prom or eprom because it can be written to, or reprogrammed to be technical. To put it another way, people understand "Rom", they are clueless to words like "Prom" and "Eprom".
The end of summer.... Not surprised that they didn't come out cause they are FAKE AND. 1. PHONES CANT BE 4K CAUSE THE HIGHED PIXEL PHONE IS THE GALAXY NOTE 8 AND LG V30 (1440p) AND PHONES LIKE THOSE. 2 there's not such thing as a 32 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA ON A SMARTPHONE
The only bend in the phone is in between two large displays and you could easily just connect 2 separate pieces of the motherboard Jesus Christ man. and a bendable phone has been on the market for a long time , the LG flex. I understand you wrote this 3 month ago but it was still available.
Ah let me clarify. The screens can bend and I know that is true but microprocessors cannot. The way Samsung achieved this was on there phone its very boxy at the bottom. Same sort of technology LG has with there brand new oled screen that is really thin. Although the technology seems great its whether or not people would find it useful and what the trade offs would be (less performance, less durability or more durability, water proofing and general practicality). In order for new technology to surpass current technology it has to work the same or better than previous otherwise the new technology could be viewed as a gimmick so for that reason we are still a long way off. Samsung reckons there phone could get released at 2019 but I don't think it will be that soon. The other thing to consider is price and whilst a bendable phone sounds great it does boil down to trade offs. Take oled for instance, Sony released the first oled screen in 2007 but it took years to enter the mainstream and for oled to match current size and surpass the current technology. A bendable phone is not on market yet and will still have a long way to go before it is publicly available.
Uhhh, every thing you said is wrong. 1. Phones can most certainly have a 4K screen, in fact Sony released a phone earlier this year with a 4K HDR screen, the Xperia XZ Premium. 2. There is such thing as 32 MP cameras on phones and even higher, Sony launched the Nokia 1020 in 2013 with a 41 MP camera.
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3.5 mm Stereo headphone jack. Invented by Jon Koss in 1958... Still in use today. With, USB Type C, Bluetooth, 900 MHz, etc... Why?
Home Telephone Invented in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell. Still in use today? Sort of if you're a senior citizen.
Do you still have a home phone? Well... How old are you? ;)
I would definitely buy that Xiamio or however you spell it! I wouldn't mind it being a little thick in my front pocket if I can unfold it to a tablet size with that huge battery! Just dope..! I'm saving up now ;)