Anonymous, 13 May 2023From 8 inchers when they were first announced (back in 2018) and 11mm thickness when folded , ... moreThe aspect ratio folks! they keep focusing on diagonal...then they will complain the foldables are too wide when opened-guess this is what is driving the smaller diagonals..soon they will be small enough to hold with one hand when opened (sarcasm)...remember this not just length but width also lol basics
Anonymous, 13 May 2023Will have to wait for JerryRigEverythingfor some 'bending' 'test'? lol
Anonymous, 13 May 2023Foldables are a bad idea. They have small batteries and fragile bodyAnd dont forget, they are hella expensive. Better buy a flagship phone and a tablet separately
From 8 inchers when they were first announced (back in 2018) and 11mm thickness when folded , they blew up to 15mm thickness and fell to 7.3 inches (when unfolded). In the intervening 5 years technology has definitely regressed when it comes to foldables. Such a disappointing turn of events.
Btw most phones are almost 7 inches already, having thick folding phone that unfolds to 7.3 inches is such a waste. What are they even doing? Nobody wants those products. I thought that 8 inch unfolded, and 11mm thickness when folded was a good start, but still needed some work before becoming mainstream. Instead we went all the way to the opposite way and by now foldables are the furthest than ever from mainstream use.
Are they doing it on purpose so that sell their boring phones (that look much slicker by comparison)? It's very rare for tech to regress, yet in the case of foldables it definitely did. Btw camera wise too. First foldable had P30 level of photography, most new foldables can't even photograph half that quality. It's so weird, how bad, all of the sudden, this space became.
Darth Caesium, 13 May 2023That's what I want to know.Will have to wait for JerryRigEverything
Anonymous, 13 May 2023Foldables are a bad idea. They have small batteries and fragile bodyThey literally said the phone is going to have 5000mAh battery lol, and okay i guess I can't argue against foldables having a fragile body
Anonymous, 13 May 2023Does it fold both forward and backward?That's what I want to know.
If ZTE can't even have decent slab phone software/software support, they definitely can't male good folding software
Nice. Since it's ZTE I'm sure it's gonna be budget friendly
Foldables are a bad idea. They have small batteries and fragile body
Does it fold both forward and backward?