Heidi Klum was only half right on Project Runway. It is true that one day you are in, and the next day you are out. But some years after that? You can be left.
The commute fluctuation not only applies to fashion ̵
With a screen of almost half of Samsung's new and massivePalm Pepito (its reputable name) would take us to an easier time as the phones could fit in and even get lost in your purse.
Forget big is the new little one. No … small is the new big one.
Who, if true
Granted, a small phone and an unofficial one on it, does not mark a new trend. But at one point there was a wrecking big thing to happen. Phones The size of a football pitch (or pitch, if you prefer) allows you to usebut God helps you if you are as bold as leaving the house without a purse or pocket. Really – just how should you carry a phone the size of a Romanesque novel?
Many of the things we do on a phone like text, tweet and scroll infinity through Facebook are perfectly feasible on a smaller screen. You can even use a small screen to call – if you're still going to do that kind of thing. Yes, you are allowed to complain that the virtual keyboard is too tight, but big screens may result in another problem: the sore thumb that you stretch to wrap around a wider keyboard. Damn if you have to, but I'm sorry to prove it.
Of course, history shows us that small can be a success. Imagine that the first iPhone screen measured just 3.5 inches (as I unanswered) and the first Android phone, was smaller (3.2 inches). Although monitors gradually expanded, Apple moved two years ago with . As CNET's Scott Stein said, it was "incredibly pocket friendly" and it had an equally pocket-friendly price of just $ 399. Or see above for what I said after the SE launch in my most witty tweet ever.
Although we tend to be distracted by the shining object, we can not forget that many people just want a reasonably priced phone with respectable features (as Pepito) that works well. There are many people who can not afford the four-figure price tag on a or Note 9, and there are others who understandably refuse to pay it. As CNET's Jessica Dolcourt told us this week, flagship phones .
I do not suggest that we return to the days of the ridiculously smallwith its 1.5-inch display. But I'd like to see Pepito make a turn of it. Similarly, although the Palm brand is now owned by the Chinese company TCL, I would like to see a pioneer on the phone that gave us and 3.5-inch (not to mention, the smooth ) comes back from the dead. is not enough to make a phone popular, but top quality, a great price and a statement of trust by a big navigator like Verizon is a great start.
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: Gone, anyone?