Téléphones modulaires

Modular Phones

Avant de choisir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument voir les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les actualité tous les jours de manière gréable ?

je crois que c’est le meilleur moment pour faire revivre le concept des téléphones modulaires. Je crois que si exécutée correctement, l’innovation s’un énorme coup de pouce, car les entreprises n’auront plus à faire des compromis sur l’utilisation des anciens chipsets et composants parce qu’ils prévoyaient l’appareil avant une édition plus récente de quelque chose de disponible (que ce soit 5G, mufliers, WiFi Des normes) en outre, des sociétés comme Samsung et Sony font les capteurs de l’appareil photo et les écrans (Samsung et LG) pour la plupart OEM toute façon.

L’argument a-t-il un sens ? Je sais que je n’ai pas donné un argument très fort.


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8 réflexions au sujet de “Téléphones modulaires”

  1. IIRC modular phones got killed off because the process of splitting up every component into its own little box that is switchable added a significant amount of dead/wasted space.

    When you compare a modular phone to a regular phone the regular phone is able to pack all the parts closer and tighter. This means you will end up with a bigger and bulkier phone that might not even have the space for all the parts a regular phone would have.

  2. Motorola did a good job with the Z phones, but they were way too overpriced for something modular.

    Maybe something with a similar design and maybe cheaper build it could work.

  3. I think the idea of them sounds good on paper, but they just don’t work in reality. I think that any goal we really want can be better accomplished through a different method. Currently, the common theme with upgrading is trading in your phone for credits toward a new phone.

    However, I think another possibility in the future are cloud-based phones. Something where you’ve virtual storage, RAM, and CPU such that they could be upgraded over time without you needing to physically do anything. Meanwhile, your device would basically just be a screen with a camera, battery, and modem, and perhaps these parts would be easier to make modular. I dream of a highly connected future where I have one ultimate user space (preferably on my own hardware, but cloud servers seem more likely) that multiple different interface devices can connect to, so that any form factor I need in the given moment can use the same data and applications.

  4. Modular phones will never be a commercial success because manufacturers need you to spend $X/year (average) and the best value at $X is getting a new phone.

    Capitalism requires consumption.

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