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Absolutely worthless.

They should have kept it at 1080p120. That would have been AWESOME.

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post #22 of 34
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This. 4k takes an obscene amount of space its just a gimmick unless somebody actually wants to fill their whole phone with a minute of 4k video lool or its going to be heavily compressed where there's not even a point anymore.

Having a 265mph super car that drains it's tank in a few minutes and sheds it tyres over a few miles is pointless... but we will still do it because we can. It's about going as far as you can... and having the option to do so.

If you don't want to fill your phone in 1 minute with a 4k film, then don't use the 4k mode, use 1080 or 720. But, let people have the option to do it if they want to.

Why stifle progression...
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I could care less about 4k capability on a phone. Saying that, it is a good thing for it shows technological progression. However, I'd be more interested in a phone that has a battery that can last more than a day of use. I'm curious why there hasn't been much progression in that area...
    
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post #24 of 34
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I could care less about 4k capability on a phone. Saying that, it is a good thing for it shows technological progression. However, I'd be more interested in a phone that has a battery that can last more than a day of use. I'm curious why there hasn't been much progression in that area...

Mainly because of market demands. The current market is a specifications battle... mainly based on screen quality, camera and weight.

The vast majority of users charge their phones at work, or have access to a charge point in their car... thus the marketing for battery life isn't really as important as things such as the camera quality.

If suddenly the market demanded better battery life, I suspect big changes would be made. R&D budget tends to follow market trends.
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Mainly because of market demands. The current market is a specifications battle... mainly based on screen quality, camera and weight.

The vast majority of users charge their phones at work, or have access to a charge point in their car... thus the marketing for battery life isn't really as important as things such as the camera quality.

If suddenly the market demanded better battery life, I suspect big changes would be made. R&D budget tends to follow market trends.

I understand that. I just feel as if while everything else is progressing at a fast pace, the battery is dragging along and not keeping up with everything else. Just a minor gripe of mine.
    
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How'd this get turned into a "I leave my brightness on high on my phone and therefore drain it fast" thread? biggrin.gif

I have had all iphones and with my Samsung Note's large screen and huge battery, I don't have a battery problem. The problem is Carbon based....Yes us and usage at higher brightness levels.
post #27 of 34

Coming from a GN2, I cant imagine needing/using a more powerful handheld.. so long as all the new goodies dont have a more negative impact on battery performance, the phone should be nothing short of amazing.

 

*Cant wait to see the ROMs xda cooks up for it as well; been on Jedi Master @ 1.9ghz with my GN2 and never going back.

post #28 of 34
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How'd this get turned into a "I leave my brightness on high on my phone and therefore drain it fast" thread? biggrin.gif

I have had all iphones and with my Samsung Note's large screen and huge battery, I don't have a battery problem. The problem is Carbon based....Yes us and usage at higher brightness levels.

Not saying that at all. My point was that while everything is advancing at an extremely fast pace, the battery lags behind the rest. I'm just curious if there is a technological obstacle that still hasn't been tackled. redface.gif
    
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I understand that. I just feel as if while everything else is progressing at a fast pace, the battery is dragging along and not keeping up with everything else. Just a minor gripe of mine.

Well, current battery life depends on how many Lithium Ions graphite can hold. We've pretty much already reached that limit. The only way to to increase the amount of Lithium Ion is to increase the amount of Graphite, thus making the battery larger. People won't tolerate their phones getting thicker anymore. If the next Iphone came out or the next SG came out and was considerably thicker, regardless of battery life, it'll be feel like a step backwards.

There are other forms of metals and chemicals being tested all the time, however, it's not just about how much energy you can cram into a small case. The biggest factor is WHAT's being put into these batteries and how they can impact health, the environment, safety, and it's longevity.

let's say we do eventually cram more energy into a smaller footprint though. Now what? Does the cellphone manufacture just shrink the phone size even smaller (while maintaining current battery life standards), or do we stick to the same current size but considerably increase the battery life? Well, that depends on what will sell more tongue.gif
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Well, current battery life depends on how many Lithium Ions graphite can hold. We've pretty much already reached that limit. The only way to to increase the amount of Lithium Ion is to increase the amount of Graphite, thus making the battery larger. People won't tolerate their phones getting thicker anymore. If the next Iphone came out or the next SG came out and was considerably thicker, regardless of battery life, it'll be feel like a step backwards.

There are other forms of metals and chemicals being tested all the time, however, it's not just about how much energy you can cram into a small case. The biggest factor is WHAT's being put into these batteries and how they can impact health, the environment, safety, and it's longevity.

let's say we do eventually cram more energy into a smaller footprint though. Now what? Does the cellphone manufacture just shrink the phone size even smaller (while maintaining current battery life standards), or do we stick to the same current size but considerably increase the battery life? Well, that depends on what will sell more tongue.gif
Ok. Awesome. That is the answer I was looking for. I figured there was something that was in the way of progression and was curious. Thank you for clarifying. redface.gif
    
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