7 Smartphones you won't believe are Real.

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تعليقات: 6 325

  • Horizon

    How much innovation that has gone into smartphones is amazing. Phones like the LG Wing, the Z Fold, etc are really innovative whether you think they're useful or not.

  • Herb Tarlic
    Herb Tarlic

    As a member of the Boomer generation, I'm a total clue when it comes to all this tech stuff. To me, it's sci-fi come to life. You and your lighter approach to all this has made it easier to take in, your humorous yet informative delivery being what attracted me to your channel in the first place.

  • Liam Tolentino
    Liam Tolentino

    Considering how often I misplace my phone, having one of those transparent phones would be my worst nightmare lol

  • Fresh Pigsty
    Fresh Pigsty

    The Samsung transparent phone looks like something out of a movie.The foldable iPhone if it makes the market would surely sell out as it would be much more compact and comfortable to cary around and just as u said it wouldn't have many problems.The Samsung tetris would also workout if they would be able to fix any side touch problems. Thank u sir for sharing this entertaining information.I expect more beautiful videos and sir how about one on drones

  • Zoltán Kotra
    Zoltán Kotra

    I can see a legitimate use for transparent phones, which is AR. The selfie camera (and/or potentially other sensors) could track your eye and display things based on that so it wouldn't be just a camera footage with added stuff but a proper added layer on top of reality.

  • aola wili
    aola wili21 أيام قبل

    Let’s take a moment to appreciate how much work and effort this dude puts into all of his videos! Keep up the great work man!😃

  • MrUnknown

    The engineers are literally crying, and beating the hell out of the designers

  • VidHoard

    Ahhh I'm so happy with this video. It's slower paced, more thorough, and answers the questions we have. You are calm and descriptive but to the point. I also love that you committed to some "unpopular opinions" even though in 10 years someone could show what you said and point out how wrong you were. Just everything is so much better! I was worried that I would have to stop watching the channel. But this is the kind of content I subbed for!

  • don't come to my channel
    don't come to my channel

    This was entertaining to watch,Arun hope the working out is going good and everything and thank you for this update on the smartphones.

  • a lemony piggle
    a lemony piggle7 ساعات قبل

    Wouldn't it make more sense for a see-through phone to be a thin layer of touch-screen glass stuff with a projector underneath?

  • doire aintu
    doire aintu

    Your videos are what got me into the tech world and I'm glad I've stuck around to see where you are as a AReyer and tech in general has grown through the years

  • Marko Teletubby
    Marko Teletubby

    You look so much better after a month!

  • dunlopchop

    i love how arun dissects each and every phone with every logical explanation he has to offer, even the unexplainable transparent phone!!

  • Robert Coffey
    Robert Coffey

    I'm still waiting on the two-color camera sensor that Samsung was allegedly working on bringing to market about five years ago, and a real internal optical zoom mechanism that functions along the entire zoom range instead of only offering two positions melded together through digital zoom. I'd also love to see Samsung or another company implement a Quantum dot OLED panel using near-ultraviolet blue diodes through color filters to further reduce burn-in on phone screens. Given that the majority of people replace their phones due to battery wear and associated slow-downs, I'd imagine that giving people even more license to leave their screens on indefinitely would be ideal for companies hoping to rack up battery cycles and force people to upgrade in a timely fashion. Oh, and let's not forget that Samsung, and the handful of other companies that are part of the consortium that created the UFS standard of mobile storage NAND flash, also created a removable version that has yet to see a production application despite being at its third generation and offering roughly twice the bandwidth of UHS-III MicroSD storage speeds. MicroSD-Express does offer greater theoretical performance compared to the UFS standards for removable media, but I've also yet to see any devices capable of using that either, particularly not in the mobile phone space. Give me at least one of those options and release some cards for it so I can safely hoard data on my device with impunity.

  • Taboo Bunny
    Taboo Bunny

    a lot of these phone innovations are amazing...and I really hope most of them come to fruition. I do disagree with one opinion of yours, Innovation is not about solving existing problems. It's about changing the way we use our phones. It's about creating new ways we utilize our phones. That's how our phones now have evolved to have fuller screen, better camera and better battery life, to name a few. We are spending more and more time on our phones, so it make sense to incorporate even more features into it.

  • onei jike
    onei jike14 أيام قبل

    This is awesome! So interesting! Thanks for making these! Keep up the good work Arun!

  • Tinkle Me 4 [S]E.X
    Tinkle Me 4 [S]E.X

    As much as I love smartphones, I think the future would be VR headset, or glasses, or something that wouldn't require a block of device. Not in the near future of course. It would revolutionise our life once again, like how smartphone did 🤯

  • james c
    james c

    for some reason, arun's videos have the magic that keeps me from skipping and have me watching the video the whole way through. thankyou arun for making amazing videos, even in 2011

  • abbsnn cose
    abbsnn cose

    Glad to see that my fav tech person is still getting good information on any tech keep up the good work :)

  • Impalse

    That is crazy! I love the fact these companies are experimenting, I don't mind if they fail, that's a different issue. I highly believe on Apple making a Fold able. Great Work Arun!