Samsung brings out curved phone.
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Silly design, not practical at all. It won't work.
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Well along with LG they're trying to bring IMAX in to the living room, so why not on your mobile?
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Do you think, I would have thought the contour of the screen would perfectly match your butt cheek making it more comfortable in the back pocket
That's what they said about trains.
Actually, I think it looks cool, and is obviously only a proof of concept for now...
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I think it looks quite nice and I wonder if, given its size, it'll sit in the palm of your hand better than a similar sized phone, I'd like to see one in the flesh - not that I want a phone that big.
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
Sounds like a curved iPhone would suit you perfectly.
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They've curved it the wrong way...
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Hmmm, Mr Cook are you reading this?
But owners can boast that they own a curved phone.
Imagine the jealousy as owners are catapulted to a loftier position in the social hierarchy.
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Is this the future now apple jump on the band wagon.
Why curved phones make more sense than curved TVs
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They've curved it the wrong way... Yep I agree but then i'm straight
The curved telephone: what a radical, cutting-edge idea!
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