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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 | 1580 Views | Share:

The maturity of the processing technology allowed plastics to get rid of the perception of "cheapness." For example, Apple's iPhone 5c and Nokia's Lumia series. In their hands, the thermoplastic material represented by polycarbonate has become the best choice for embellishing colorful colors, and even has a ceramic-like moist feel.

But unfortunately, these new attempts have not given polycarbonate the same status as double-sided glass and aluminum alloy materials. In the inherent perception of most consumers, "metals and glass for high-end mobile phones and plastics for low-end mobile phones Has become a key factor in measuring the value of a product.

A similar situation occurs in the understanding of the screen size of mobile phones. Today, you can hardly find a flagship configuration with mainstream manufacturers, but the screen size is about 5 inches, even the Redmi 8A, which costs 699 yuan, also uses a 6.2-inch screen.

In other words, the largest component on a mobile phone can no longer be used to distinguish between high-end and low-end products. It has already become a technology that even a thousand yuan machine can afford.

Manufacturers have their own reasons for choosing a large screen. After all, the larger screen also brings more internal space, and these extra parts will basically be occupied by new components such as vibration motors, multiple cameras or wireless charging rings. Only by bringing these richer and better experiences can consumers open their wallets willingly.

But are "outdated technologies" such as plastics and small screens worthless? They don't seem to be so absolute. After the rise of all-metal mobile phones, glass also fell out of favor for a while, but now, in order to take care of wireless charging and signals, manufacturers have pushed the glass back to the front desk again, bringing a more mature process.

Similarly, if the screen folding technology is mature, we can change the size of the mobile phone as we want, and naturally, there will no longer be a "big screen" and "small screen" dispute.