Here's a segment of the same image, in its full-resolution. Everyone's moving around in this candid outdoor shot at a pop-up outdoor roller rink, and while the scene isn't as sharp or completely well-defined as it would be of a stationary object, the Note 2 did a good job nonetheless. CNET editor Antuan Goodwin mugs for the Note 2's camera in CNET's indoor cafe, in mixed indoor and outdoor lighting. The whiteboard sign to CNET's indoor cafe, the Breakroom, looks a little more yellowed and dull than it does in real life.
I wasn't entirely pleased with this indoor photo of a shuffleboard table and the coffee bar behind it, The sign's edges were sharp and well-defined, but the foreground seemed a bit dark, Though focused on the pucks and the illusion case for apple iphone x and xs - green board, this image didn't turn out entirely in focus, I wanted to see how well the Note 2 handled outdoor portraits, This photo, taken in the high noon sun, captured natural-looking colors and shadows, The 8-megapixel Note 2 camera took to water, too, Droplets looked relatively distinct, and I love the way the water looks streaming down the outside of the fountain, Unfortunately, the camera didn't capture the prismatic rainbow between the two far-left streams..
Now it has turned its attention to smartphones, with an Android model in the works. According to ARM Devices, the phone's battery can last up to a week on a single charge, which is impressive for those who might be sick of charging their devices daily. Since it's E Ink, the display is black and white only, but it can be read easily in full sunlight, as you can see in the video below. The refresh rate also looks a little slower, and it would probably have a hard time running apps — but it looks like an interesting way to combine a smartphone with an e-reader.
Known specs are few at the moment: it has a capacitive touchscreen, runs on an ARM Cortex-A5 processor and is super light, coming in at less than 100 grams, The prototype in the video below is the only model in existence; it's so new that it doesn't even have a name, but it's expected to launch sometime next year, What do you think? Would the sunlight legibility, longer battery life illusion case for apple iphone x and xs - green and potential as an e-reader make it an attractive prospect, or is its lack of AMOLED functionality a deal breaker?..
Chinese e-reader manufacturer Onyx has an E Ink smartphone under development for the Android platform. Chinese e-reader manufacturer Onyx has an E Ink smartphone under development for the Android platform. Onyx is experienced at working with E Ink display technology, we'd say; the company manufactured the rebranded BeBook Cluband Neo, both of which were decent, if expensive, for their time. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.