Today I propose to discuss whether a small thickness in a smartphone or tablet is so important?
Hello dear readers. I'm currently testing two relatively thin devices (Asus ZenPad S 8.0 and Lenovo Phab Plus) and decided to share with you my thoughts on the slimness of a smartphone or tablet. Every time thin gadgets come to me for a test, for the first couple of days I am delighted with their stunning dimensions, but after a week I understand that there is generally no need for a thickness below 8 mm. Yes, it is impressive and pleasing at first, but then you get used to it as an obvious detail, and if you switch to slightly thicker devices, you don't feel much difference. But the difference in battery life is very noticeable! The same ZenPad S 8.0 lasts only a couple of days on battery power, and that's because its battery capacity is only 4000 mAh. As a result, you realize that the battery life is much more important than the thickness of the device. Although there are some nuances here. What do you think?