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Some of the problems mentioned in Tim's article aren't exactly correct. A major one which I'll highlight is the cracking mode. The mode mentioned has to do with multi crystalline structures, where a scratch can open to a crack along crystal surfaces. But these are single crystal boules, just as with single crystal metals, this is much stronger. I think it still needs to be investigated. But phone design plays just as much into whether a screen will crack, as the material...
Yes, it does both, but will it recompile ARM to x86?, and visa versa?
It was first used on the Moto 68xxx chips. Then, when Next discontinued its hardware, it moved to x86.
Yes, the extra work on the newer GPU could add another 25%. What extra image sensors? The hardware for 265 would be mostly the same hardware as for 264.
Samsung has nothing to do with developing Apple's chips. Samsung didn't even know the A7 was a 64 bit chip until after it came out, and they built it!
The problem is that editing on that would be tricky. Global adjustments would work, but any pixel related work would be dicey. We would need some tricky software to substitute a compressed area to uncompressed.
Because that the way most high end video, photo and print editing is done. That way you have a full, and unobstructed screen for both image and tools.
Ah, none of those problems are solved.The 30" screen was, as I remember a cut sown 32" screen. Don't remember about the 17" offhand.The $3,299 was a long time ago. In today's dollars it would be close to $4,000.Thunderbolt 3 hasn't even been discussed. Maybe in a year, or so. Displayport 3 is a ways off. Sometime next year is my guess.
Certainly not because of Sony or Motorola, both of which are also rans with declining sales.
Totally! I've mentioned that some of my friends switched to large Samsung phones, and will now switch back. If I were an Android user I would have bought a larger phone two years ago. But I'm not fond of Android.
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