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CC VanDorne
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Re: How Do You Hold It?
CC VanDorne   9/8/2014 8:57:55 AM
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I asked the very same question.  It's obvious, so you'd think that the Samsung engineers would have thought of it and incorporated some sort of protection against unintentional touches.  We'll see.

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How Do You Hold It?
HankWalker   9/5/2014 12:01:24 PM
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Remember this phone is the size of a Galaxy Note. How do you hold it without accidentally hitting the edge buttons? The pictures I saw showed hands holding that edge very delicately, which seems likely to lead to dropped phones.

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That's nice, but...
Olaf Barheine   9/5/2014 4:25:33 AM
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I believe that we will have in a few years smart phones, which consist only of an OLED. Front side, back side and the edges. Imagine how much information you could display on such a device.

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Good idea, will it break?
_hm   9/4/2014 10:03:33 PM
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This looks very cool. However, people do employ device protection cover. How it can be used for curved display? If not, what are chances of it breaking more?



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