Matériel de téléphone idéal[Discussion]

[Discussion] Ideal phone hardware

Avant de comparer un smartphone pliable, il faut toujours voir les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les news chaque jours de manière confortable ?

OEM peuvent courir derrière les téléphones extrêmement minces, écran de 99 % à corps ratio et « n » devant les caméras. Qui peut être attrayant pour certains public et rentable pour eux en faisant des pièces irremplaçables & difficile à réparer.

Mais comment la communauté amateur veut que leur téléphone soit ?

(Par exemple : avec le matériel, il peut être alimenté par pile / écran etc, 3,5 mm jack etc.. et avec le logiciel, je suis sûr que tout le monde déteste ISU pléthorique.)


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4 réflexions au sujet de “Matériel de téléphone idéal[Discussion]”

  1. You’re wrong. Not everyone hates bloated UI . I’m actually a fan of the new One UI. Stock droid looks and feels plain and boring, and its depressing to look at.

  2. The change towards bezelless screens has led to inferior usability in my opinion – anyone who watches YouTube on their phone will know of the frustration of skipping and accidentally pressing video thumbnails on ‘edgey’ devices like the Samsung S9 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

    There’s also the problem of finding decent screen protectors. At this point you’re stuck with glass that only sticks on the edges or rubbery Invisible Shield style protectors. Gone are the days when you could buy a glass protector that was almost invisible.

    Not only that but the push to bezel removal has led to the development of under-screen fingerprint scanners, which are not only inferior to capacitive traditional scanners but also mean that you have to have a fingerprint indicator light up every time you move your phone. There is also an increased likelihood of screen burn from the intense light required to illuminate fingerprints (with optical scanners). This can also cause annoyance to your partner if you wish to use your phone at night, and have to illuminate the room every time you unlock the phone.

    The push towards edge to edge screen has also led to Huawei’s P30 having only a mono speaker, where the P20 Pro last year had pretty decent stereo speakers.

    In a broader sense, phones are kind of losing their personality. Manufacturers are making the back of phones increasingly more glitzy to make up for this, but most people cover their phones up with a case. Once full bezelless phones are accomplished manufacturers will, ironically, have signed their own death warrant in some cases by rendering their handsets entirely generic and lacking any stylistic appeal to the consumer – at which point marketing alone will have to lead consumers, and mid range manufacturers don’t have the budget to compete with Samsung and Huawei in this field.

    I think the consumer is generally very easily led by marketing – not just in phones but in all branches of consumerism. People who don’t necessarily even know much about phones now practically quote the marketing posters verbatim. People are zombies; they just don’t realise it.

  3. Bring back a faster better version of the HTC desire z with the camera, screen, charging port, Moto mods and sd card capacity from the Moto Droid z force, the headphone port and audio control of the HTC M9 and the battery life of an old nokia

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