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    Galaxy S10

    https://www.tomsguide.com/us/galaxy-...ews-28544.html

    2019 will be exciting. will see who uses notch, punch hole or behind screen camera


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    Looks dope!

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    How much ?

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    something like $1500 for the lower model

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    OCD nightmare!

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    garandhero wrote:
    something like $1500 for the lower model
    Latest rumours are saying $1100AUD for the entry level model, with 2 higher priced models as well

    Pretty much following Apple here, top end will cost $2k probably

    And people made fun of the iPhone X price, but they'll be spending the same on their top of the line S10 next year

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    yeah i am not sure what kinda of tech they can chuck in to justify that pricing.

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    To be fair, their top end will be some foldable phone won't it? At least its new tech.

    Personally I find that punch hole notch worse than a normal notch. Tear drop notch in the middle is the best way to do a notch.

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    SirGrim wrote:
    And people made fun of the iPhone X price, but they'll be spending the same on their top of the line S10 next year
    Except they get a good phone.

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    I'm with the "Screen-Only Front" crowd, if Samsung does end up adding this pinhole design I'll probably get a Chinese flagship.

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    pyronical wrote:
    Except they get a good phone.
    Yeah this

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    Lol a good phone, that’s funny

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    pyronical wrote:
    Except they get a good phone.
    You can try to deflect all yah want, don’t change fax

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    Iphones are shit bro. Sure they have fast soc's but who cares. Locked down gimpy OS that looks like an excel spreadsheet, dumb connector, no fingerprint reader, costs 2.5k for the proper version of it. THey're phones for grandmas.

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    Bobs wrote:
    Iphones are shit bro. Sure they have fast soc's but who cares. Locked down gimpy OS that looks like an excel spreadsheet, dumb connector, no fingerprint reader, costs 2.5k for the proper version of it. THey're phones for grandmas.
    Lol triggered much?

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    he is correct . The main reason to get an iphone nowadays is not for improvements in hardware or value, it is to stay in iOS , which is pretty darn good for the 99% of the consumer base who have no idea how to find and install anything better. The new A12 chip however is the exception, pretty well optimized chip for what Apple has on their phone and tablets. But everything else, is duplicated or bettered elsewhere, camera, screen , ergonomics, technical innovation etc. And the apple tax in pricing on top of it.

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    The S10 actually looks pretty slick

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    The more competition, the better. I used to love iPhones, but honestly, there has been no innovation for like 5 years. I don't think ill get this one but I like where Samsung are going. (innovation does not equal removing a headphone jack btw)

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    Let’s be honest what Android flagship has pushed the boundaries of innovation lately in the hardware?

    Huawei Mate 20 Pro with the triple camera? Hardly, the Pixel line disproves any and all with great software and a single lense.
    ... I’m struggling to find anything to mention.

    Your comment about duplication is redundant because everyone is copying everyone, and let’s not get into the whole notch, 3.5mm jack conversation.

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    GenericUSERNAME wrote:
    Let’s be honest what Android flagship has pushed the boundaries of innovation lately in the hardware?

    Huawei Mate 20 Pro with the triple camera? Hardly, the Pixel line disproves any and all with great software and a single lense.
    ... I’m struggling to find anything to mention.

    Your comment about duplication is redundant because everyone is copying everyone, and let’s not get into the whole notch, 3.5mm jack conversation.
    Not saying these are the bees knees but they are pretty innovative.

    Razer with 120hz screen (though Sharp has done this before but not with IPS)

    HTC 11u squeeze feature

    Sony 3D photo capture

    Essential Phone was the first phone with the Notch

    Xiaomi sliding camera

    Meizu indisplay fingerprint sensor (not secure but still pretty cool)

    Samsung amoled

    Soon Sony and Samsung will release the first 5G capable phone with the SD855 (game changing)

    Sent from Android One.

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    Does 5G still need 4 antennas? Hello super fast battery drain

    Rumour China has stolen Samsung's folding screen tech, won't be long till Hauwei has folding phones

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    GenericUSERNAME wrote:
    Let’s be honest what Android flagship has pushed the boundaries of innovation lately in the hardware?

    Huawei Mate 20 Pro with the triple camera? Hardly, the Pixel line disproves any and all with great software and a single lense.
    ... I’m struggling to find anything to mention.

    Your comment about duplication is redundant because everyone is copying everyone, and let’s not get into the whole notch, 3.5mm jack conversation.
    well Samsung will be 2nd to Apple in a bendy..i mean folder-able phone for sure . Tho Samsung has been them to a exploding device.

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    Bloody wrote:
    well Samsung will be 2nd to Apple in a bendy..i mean folder-able phone for sure . Tho Samsung has been them to a exploding device.
    Iphone 4 exploded first.

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    did it? i thought that was the issue with the antenna

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    Bloody wrote:
    did it? i thought that was the issue with the antenna
    Certainly did, best mate had to replace one for this same issue https://www.cnet.com/news/iphone-4-a...hile-charging/
    It definitely wasnt as bad as the note 7 for sure.

    I certainly remember there being more hubub about it at the time but I was probably just more aware of it due to one fizzling in my personal circle.
    It may have been the iphone 3gs

    https://www.cultofmac.com/15298/expl...lt-apple-says/
    Last edited by Arkouda; 5th December 2018 at 10:58 am. Reason: more words