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What Have Smartphones Changed In The Past 10 Years?
Source:Оriginal | Author:Calio Huang of C&T RF Antennas Inc | Publish time: 2019-12-26 | 1653 Views | Share:


For most people, smartphones are probably the digital consumer goods that have had the most impact on them in the past 10 years, and the entire mobile phone industry has also experienced ups and downs.

At that time, Nokia was still the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer. Apple iPhone just reached the fourth generation, and BlackBerry, Palm, and Microsoft also had their own mobile operating systems. Hundreds of flowers arguing with each other, it is wonderful.

Now, whenever you walk into a mobile phone store, it is difficult to see overseas mobile phone brands other than Apple and Samsung. Crossing the counter, the signs of Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo will constantly enter the field of vision. Shopping guides tossed and tried to drink, but nothing more than these names.

The new brand replaced the old-generation classic, and the mobile phone products themselves also changed in aesthetics and design methods. Most of them were brought about by technological breakthroughs and technological innovations, and some were fresh ideas explored at the software level.

But in the process, we also had to wave goodbye to other designs.

Plastic materials and small screens have become victims of high-end

The reason for buying a mobile phone is far less complicated than we think. Whether it is performance, photography or storage specifications, the parameters are essentially hidden inside the fuselage. What really captures the first attention of consumers is still the appearance.

In order to give higher prices, mobile phone manufacturers will also consciously use different materials and screen sizes to make their own products look closer to flagship devices. Some features that are difficult to highlight "high-end" and "quality" are gradually being abandoned in the process.

This includes the plastic materials we are familiar with, as well as small screens.

At one time, plastic was the most widely used chemical product in the mobile phone industry. After all, its cost was cheap enough, easy to mold, and it would not block antenna signals.