(Posts: 2154; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
I love a thin phone, but I love one that goes through the day with heavy usage. Gimme 9mm with 3000mAh+.
(Posts: 4250; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
We'll have to be careful about cutting ourselves with our phones in 2 years at this rate.
(Posts: 973; Member since: 09 Aug 2012)
This is way too thin.. kinda anoraxic.
(Posts: 863; Member since: 07 Mar 2013)
At least it shuts up Huawei's CEO, who bragged about the Ascend P6 being the thinnest. I dont like his ego attitude making him running his mouth on "being open to" buying Nokia and then telling the world they will be number 3 (because he expect those declining to never surge again).
(Posts: 80; Member since: 02 Dec 2012)
i dont like this thin phones, feel like its too fragile on my jeans. 8-10mm is enough for best ergonomics.
(Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)
Beware, Your hand may get sliced
(Posts: 5629; Member since: 08 Mar 2013)
I have a question : Will it blend?
(Posts: 162; Member since: 21 Jun 2012)
This phone has innovative feature: It doesn't have a battery. instead it has a small solar panel that just allows you to turn on the phone, check out the home screens and then it turns off.
(Posts: 47; Member since: 27 Mar 2013)
it will break in your pocket when you squat
(Posts: 40; Member since: 06 Oct 2012)
Thinner is better.
However it has to have a stronger frame (no bending or cracking) and the battery life as well. Lets not forget battery life can be improved through optimisation and not just size.
(Posts: 285; Member since: 25 Jun 2011)
If it's the phone from the picture, It doesn't have 5.3' display, since it's over an iPhone and the difference is not noticeable. Maybe 3.5' ?
(Posts: 607; Member since: 14 Jun 2013)
So the phones are getting thinner and larger.
In the past, phones were thicker and smaller.
God damn we need big battery!!