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Meet Samsung's Dual-Screen Android Smartphone
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Michael Endler
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Michael Endler,
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8/15/2013 | 1:59:25 AM
re: Meet Samsung's Dual-Screen Android Smartphone
Interesting. I read recently that flip phones are still really popular in China, which I guess explains putting smartphone innards in a feature phone's form factor. Sort of exemplifies the form factor diversification that's going on right now. For ages, there's been a sort of hegemony around computing devices and form factors, and now that hegemony has gone away. Not just smartphones vs. tablet vs. laptop vs. PC, but lots of fragmentation within each category. It'll be interesting to see if any alternative designs gain traction outside of specific markets.
MichaelP861
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8/14/2013 | 5:10:16 PM
re: Meet Samsung's Dual-Screen Android Smartphone
The title is "Meet Samsung's Dual-Screen Android Smartphone" but there are no pics? Why would an article be written about a fancy new dual screen phone but not include a single picture?


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