Project update 1 : Design Poll 1 : Camera pop-up and eink display

Forums Project progress Project update 1 : Design Poll 1 : Camera pop-up and eink display

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  • #1441
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    OD Points: 936

    Salut,
    Un fait je pense que l’option liseuse est un concept à mieux appréhender par les gens… je comprends que cela puisse faire ni chaud ni froid au début, mais après avoir cherché les avantages et inconvénients, cela peut sembler plutôt sympa car cela ouvre à un spectre large de fonction (Liseuse, pad, autonomie…)

    #1727
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    OD Points: 180

    I would be VERY EXCITED about an Eink screen, especially if it had the “mirroring” option like the old YotaPhone2 had. As I understand it, this feature was dropped after YotaPhone was sold to the Chinese and the YP3 was released. I used my YP2 Eink 98% of the time. I rarely need to see color to do my work or distinguish things clearly and so the “main display” was actually the “secondary” for my use.

    If you get to make OneDevice, please have the option to set either screen as the primary. I would want to see a matte finish glass like the YP2 Eink screen though. It was awesome outside and never glared in the sun. I have a Boox Nova 3 and it’s a nice device but the anti-reflective coating is not even close to the same level as the YP2 matte finish.

    Camera – I see your point about the pop-up camera being a one-step activation instead of two but I am skeptical that the pop-up mechanism wouldn’t invite debris into the inner workings of the phone and easily get broken or jammed. I think I would prefer a built-in camera.

    Anyway, thanks for listening to my rant. I appreciate your desire to make a smaller, better phone!

    For those of you not familiar with the YotaPhone2

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