5.2~5.7 are fine，unless you have small hands and tiny pockets.
"...LG took the wraps off a new-generation 5.5” QHD (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) IPS LCD display with 538 ppi and 120% color gamut..."
... and so the pissing contest between manufacturers continues...
AnonD-357336, 03 Apr 2015we don't need to be forced with bigger screens..
it's bigger and better batteries what we nee... moreI guess this is due to the fact that manufacturers develop the screens themselves but not the batteries. They buy the batteries from an external party and label them with their logo.
But indeed we NEED better battery-tech. I too would rather have a slightly smaller screen with slightly less pixels (FHD is perfect both in visual quality as obtainable media content). Because it consume a bit less power and doesn't put the brakes on gaming/media-performance.
One o/t main reason why I'm skipping the new phones in 2016 and stick with what I've got (SGS5 and Nokia 808PV)
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015If you guys want to complain that 5.5 inch is not a phone screen size, that I suggest you scra... more5" is still (too) big.
For me the max. is 4.7" FHD. Lower sizes e.g. 4" are fine with 960x480 pixels (or even less like Nokia's infamous qhd 640x360). I currently have a S5 and that's TOO big to comfortably handle with one hand. Big sizes are better to play games though as your hands aren't cramped near to bottom o/t screen when using onscreen controls.
IMHO opinion something like a 4" Nokia 808PV is the perfect size for a pocket-able phone. It's thick enough not to loose or break. It feels sturdy enough to withstand day to day life with confidence. I've played with a Jiayu G4 advanced (with the 3000Mha thicker battery) and that was the biggest to handle comfortable with one hand. It had no protruding camera, lovely FHD resolution at 4,7" and was aesthetically the perfect 4,7" phone IMHO. It's only drawback was bad GPS reception outside China (due to no Glonas-support) and bad GPS-antenna implementation. IMHO for the smaller 3.7" phones the Nokia 701 and N8 where the best in size, handling and aesthetics. The N8 looked, and IMHO still looks, fantastic.
5 inches is perfect for ladies and 5.5 inch for man,i keep g3 in my hand and is not so big as one with 6 inch,t2 ultra 6ave 6 inch and looks like a tablet
we don't need to be forced with bigger screens..
it's bigger and better batteries what we need..
but I guess a bigger screen is more "bling bling" for sales and easier to develop than batteries..
also ergonomics seems to be completely forgotten..
you put on bigger screens, so the whole phone gets bigger, BUT you also make them more slippery and difficult to get a good grip for one handed operation.. HELLOOO!!
5.5 is ideal ...
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015please do it the LG G4 mini with this basic specs: 1.Display.- 4.7-5"inches FHD - with... moreSnapdragon 810 and 808 sucks. They are better off using the 805. As for battery they can easily fit a 3000mA/h battery like in the G2 and maybe even bigger
Just want better efficiency and not so sharp text that it looks weird as in g3 scree. Should be sharp and crisp but looks relaxing to eyes as well like note 4 and probhably s6..
now a days....5.5 to 6 in is an ideal. at least from here you will have bigger battery. above display cited is best for browsing and movie as well.
It's sad to see LG keeping the 5.5" screen size. I have a G2 and I didn't even think about buying the G3 because it doesn't fit my pocket (and it's inferior overall but that's another thing). LG should have kept a 5.2" screen.
But if they reduce the bezels even more (also the upper and lower areas) and slap in a 4500mAh battery, I may consider it.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015Awe how cute. All fan hurt and don't have the guts to reply directly.
Nobody said people don'... more4.7-5.2 inch is ideal. I had used HTC One and LG G2 previously and I found that G2 screen size is perfect for me. But everything seems to be moving forward and not backwards, so things does change. I'm not against people hating on bigger screen size because everybody do have their own opinion, but what I am trying to say is that we just have to adapt to it.
I think the screen size is not the problem here, but the phone size. Even for the G2 with 5.2 inch has almost near identical dimensions with a S4 with a 5.0 inch screen.
Hope it doesn't take its toll on the battery life. Meanwhile, 4000mah battery won't be a bad idea.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015Not bad. Too bad SnapDragon 810 will kill brightness due to throttling. Battery life will a... moreHopefully this new panel has improved efficiency and they use a larger battery. The DDR4 ram will help some with efficiency too.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015If you guys want to complain that 5.5 inch is not a phone screen size, that I suggest you scra... moreAwe how cute. All fan hurt and don't have the guts to reply directly.
Nobody said people don't like the larger displays. In fact I prefer them. But I'm not foolish enough to think everyone does.
The issue is not that 5.5inches is too big for everyone. The issue is this is their phone flagship line where the 4.7-5.2inch with right bezels is the usual max for the average user.
For anything larger they have their updated phablet versions or other phones with sizes inbetween the two.
Completely surpassing the phone size and entering phablet size was foolish.
Livius, 03 Apr 2015The battery life is going to be as bad as it was on G3 !Hope your dream would not come true. :)
Not bad. Too bad SnapDragon 810 will kill brightness due to throttling.
Battery life will also be bad.
kostac, 03 Apr 2015I agree that 5.5" are to much for a phone.. we ain't all basketball players.. this thin... moreThe difference is notable and you don't have to have superhuman eyesight for it either. Put a note 4 and s4 side by side and it'll be obvious. But that's for amoled. I digress that the lcd tech isn't good enough to be worthy of QHD. But maybe this new display can change that.
If you guys want to complain that 5.5 inch is not a phone screen size, that I suggest you scram off. Go find another phone. There are people who wants 5.5 inch. There are people like YOU who doesn't want 5.5 inch. Your complains will be heard, else where but here.
3 years ago, 5 inch was considered big. Look at we now? Hypocrites.