How Foldable Devices Could Change The Game

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35 thoughts on “How Foldable Devices Could Change The Game

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  2. + No use for tabets any more. More flat surface cm2.

    – / +One better camera. Money saved on front camara can be used for extra screen. Good screens are getting cheaper. This can allso be the case when the divice is not foldable but has a extra screen sticked on the back.

    – Since the back is allready harded glass and there is a hard battery inside the phone. Your theory of flex screen less likely to break won't work. I think it wil break sooner. More moving parts that can break.

    The first generation will allways be buggy.

  3. I don’t even know why everyone’s getting so excited about the ‘Galaxy X’ and foldable smartphones, I mean, we’ve already seen it before

    With the iPhone 6!

  4. Rear facing cameras, in their current form, are quite large. I'm not an expert on how camera optics work, but isn't it necessary for them to be a certain size to fit larger lenses? So if you shrink down the rear camera to a "selfie camera" size so it can be on the screen side of the phone, wouldn't it be a worse camera?

  5. I think foldable phone's would be a thing IF, when folded up they wouldn't be so thick and clunky. With most smartphones being slim and thin nowadays, the last thing you want is to be carrying around something that feels like a brick when it's in it's folded up mode.

  6. I think that in the future, whenever we have holograms or some sort of easily expandable display, smart watches could replace phones entirely as the screen could just extend out when needed or something like that. But who knows

  7. The only scenario a foldable device would be cool in is in a laptop. In the rest of the cases it's just a dumb gimmick.

  8. Of course if They make a foldable bendable display when opened it would be like 7 inches or whatever I wouldn't even need a tablet,I'd so buy it even if it's 2k

  9. many years ago they did this experiment where they managed to connect a smartphone with a small projector and some control interface where you could do work on your phone on a much bigger surface thanks tot the projector… they said in a few years it would be available everywhere … well

  10. Im not sure wearable's will be the next best thing to kick off, nor will this fold-able design. Wearable's suffer from what early devices suffered from………size!!. i have an old device to this day a htc desire s and for that time that was a large screened device over its smaller sister the wldfire s. now these devices to this day are still larger than all smartwatches so i dont see how wearable's will kick off if we have issues with optimal screen size to this day?. Some enjoy 4.7", some crave smaller 4" and then more and more crave 5"+ and into phablet size.
    I honestly think the deciding factor to all this could be the invention of AI assistants that actually work consistently and to what people expect them to. All of the AI assistants today are a poor representation and literally all most use them for is fact finding or playing your spotify!. when innovation comes tot his sector it will dictate the rest, IMO.
    But the one place everyone will agree on is first………BATTERIES THAT LAST MORE THAN A DAY!!!. sorry for the caps but i think this is the one area device manufaturers need to answer for, innovate all you want but if you have to charge 1-2 times a day for just using your phone is pathetic and needs to end.

  11. Foldable phones is a novelty idea. WTF?! I have no such bad memories of the Palm Treo. I do have bad memories of the HTC T-Mobile Windows PC phone and especially of the HP Windows PC phone in the 2000's. It wasn't until the iPhone that I had a better experience over the Treo.

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