(PRWEB) March 25, 2014
The following is a new post issued by WWOnline on behalf of First Class Posting. The following are excerpts:
"When LG announced that it would be releasing a curved smartphone, reactions among techies ranged from “Hey, that’s pretty neat” to “Yeah, so what?” The idea of a phone with a slight curve to it is neat, but is it that big a deal? It might not be the most exciting new development in the smartphone field right now (the LG’s own self-healing casing is much more newsworthy), but important developments aren’t always exciting. Nobody drooled over airbags and anti-lock brakes, but they revolutionized vehicular safety all the same," said Amy Taylor with First Class Posting.
Amy Taylor continues: "With the phone now hitting the shelves, we’ll actually be able to find out whether or not consumers are going to respond warmly to a phone that is…"
“It’s funny to think that cutting-edge technology can be just as hopelessly mired in tradition as any other field,” said expert and entrepreneur Jason Hope ”Whether you’re talking about the way smartphones are built or the way we release products, too frequently we hear outdated concepts being defended as simply ‘the way things are done.’”
To learn more please visit: http://www.wwonline.net/lgs-curved-smartphone-hitting-shelves/.
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