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A couple of things about that. I believe that there are still some components bedeath the place where capacitive buttons lie. So you would have to find a place to put those other things, which will mean adding thickness. Also until somebody creates entirely digital camera and lens, there will be the camera with which to contend.so I doubt anybody would like an unbalanced front view with nothing at the bottom and the camera and speaker vent and sensor at the top.I'm also, obviously, big on Ergonomics and trying to reach all the way down to the bottom of the screen without a bezel would ruin more than a few thumbs after having to do that over and over again.I see your points, but I don't see anytime in the near future getting rid of the space on the top and bottom of the screen. And I want maximum screenage at all times.@ForrestSmith
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oh yes, please let me have to do thousands of extra button pushes to access something that should always be available. sorry, I don't need style points for on screen buttons. I also don't want to watch my screen toggling up and down every time I am bringing the buttons up. I just need the fastest most efficient usage of my screen space and time.I hope that they give those who are so concerned about style over function the option to turn off the capacitive buttons so I don't have to see this baseless (regarding usability & efficiency) 'argument' anymore.