Discussion in 'Android News' started by Shadez, Nov 17, 2011.
Hope that's sarcasm.
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Hes not being sarcastic, dont you see it? look very closely, its the new Iphone 5. Obviously they went a little literal with the retina display but who cares right? you dont even need a screen anymore, you can just see the images straight from your eyeball. :biggrin::rofl3: Not sarcastic at all.
Nope, I actually like the image but some people found it gross . I thought it's a good example of how things that you'll never see with a naked eye can be seen when zoomed in .
a little off topic, but I saw the full gallery of all those close up eye pictures awhile back, I don't know why but it almost makes me want to throw up. It's just an eye but something about it that close it revolting to me.
is the screen RGBW or RGBG? I'm guessing based on the look it's RGBG?
looks like it's RGBG...
Therefore, no matter how high the resolution, colors will occasionally looked washed out. It'll be like the Razr with less pixelation. Not necessarily a bad thing - the fanboys will claim it's full of "depth" and "pop" and the haters will say it looks "cartoonish" and "oversaturated". Both will be true depending on what you're looking at...
and white's won't be real bright, they'll have the similar green/gray tint like the Razr...
Guys are depressing me. :icon_ nono2:
Not bothering me at all. Some people, I have to say, are honestly getting to the point of asking too much from devices. This is a phone, people. Not a laptop, not a desktop, not a plasma television on the den. Seriously, the amount of nitpicking about this is almost to the level of iPhone discussions.
Here's a rule of thumb. You don't like it? Fine. That's why there are other phones. Pick what you like. It is absolutely not necessary to sit there tearing something apart. Especially if you still haven't even seen the real thing in person. For the love of God, people.
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This pitbull matches that comment. :biggrin:
I'm simply trying to point out potential shortcomings as I believe people's expectations are too high - similar to the Bionic awhile back.
Oh I wasn't pointing that comment specifically at you, more at the overall. The longer it is taking to come out, the more people are finding things to nitpick on a device they haven't seen in person. Let the thing hit the shelves and actually put hands on it and THEN start nitpicking. Pictures, videos, those are all worthless.
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