The current trend sweeping the smartphone design field is creating “bezel-less” phones. That allows makers to give consumers what they want (big screens) without going over the limit of what they can handle (literally, what they can hold in their hand).
Here’s a size comparison of flagships past, present and future, compiled by @OnLeaks. Note the iPhone 8 (second from the left). It’s about the size of a Google Pixel or a Huawei P10, but its screen size is unknown - the latest rumors say its screen will cover the whole front of the device.
This new generation iPhone is said to have an OLED screen, 5.8” in diagonal (and likely with a wider than 16:9 aspect ratio). The home button/fingerprint reader will give way to a function area. Those are the expectations anyway.
Here’s the iPhone 8 from a few more angles.
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When it will relies and what will be the Indian price
Since January this year. I had a Galaxy S6 prior to that. Easier to hold, but not there yet. I've had many large phones and always prefer the smaller ones, including when I put them in my pocket, they don't hurt compared to large phones which touch...