— Whereas it is flipped closed, you’ll be able to see your tiny display and swipe to entry your music, set alarms, see your calendars, and extra. It’s also possible to customise the background with any image you need and alter the clock’s font.
— The show actually is spectacular, and it seems to be as high-def as you’ll be able to think about. It is most likely higher than what you are used to in case you’ve solely ever had an iPhone. I do know I used to be totally impressed. The refresh charge — or how regularly the show can pull up new pictures, like when going from one app to the opposite — can also be insane. Generally I feel it strikes quicker than my mind can sustain with, however in a great way.
— You’ll be able to take images hands-free by simply exhibiting a high-five to the display, which I like! That is characteristic shouldn’t be unique to the Flip4, however it’s a really enjoyable one which I loved taking part in round with.
— I additionally loved how the show modified in case you folded the cellphone right into a «sitting down» place, that means the primary show was on the higher display whereas the controls have been on the underside one. It jogged my memory of the Nintendo DS! So enjoyable!
— My fundamental drawback with the Android OS is that it is too customizable. I am positive that if you have already got an Android cellphone, that sounds completely absurd. I like management, however not that a lot. From fonts to altering what particular display actions imply, it is an excessive amount of for me, personally. I would like my cellphone to already know essentially the most intuitive solution to do issues (like how sliding again on an e-mail in Gmail ought to deliver me again to my fundamental mailbox however as a substitute it takes me to the sidebar menu). It is given me some resolution paralysis, but when you do not have that drawback, then you definately’ll love all of the choices!