EuropeBoy, 19 Jan 2016That was huge mistake to lear Asians how to use a phone. Now they want big screen phone and ma... moreSo you're saying Asians can't afford to buy a car? You have got to be kidding me. You haven't seen how the traffic looks like in Asian countries.
EuropeBoy, 19 Jan 2016That was huge mistake to lear Asians how to use a phone. Now they want big screen phone and ma... moreROFL. Asians can't buy car?. did you have any idea about big traffic blocks and over population of vehicles which caused lot of troubles in Asian countries. so, in India and China vehicle traffic is controlled heavily. we have money to buy cars and mobiles so we buy both. and FYI the biggest market for cars in the world is China . also for luxury cars too.
Okay, so I'm not going to downgrade from a 6-inch screen to 5.5 inches... Seriously, release another 6-inch Nexus as well with these mini-models and with wireless charging support, obviously.
show them the original oem for nexus is still the best partner for google's line :D
LG does pretty good job with Nexus!
EuropeBoy, 19 Jan 2016That was huge mistake to lear Asians how to use a phone. Now they want big screen phone and ma... moreNo, that's because of US and some WE countries that have overgrown people large above human average. So Chinese also making phone aiming west for marketting purposes. Meizu, however, rumored to reduce size with next devices to 4,7-4,8''.
AnonD-63308, 19 Jan 2016For true one-handed usage, it should be 4.3" max. Sure you can still type one-handed with 4.7"... moreyou only need left top corner for a one-hand usage, right top corner is occasional, so you can move a phone a bit.
but surely 4,0-4,2'' is necessary for 160- cm people that want a phone. so every top device should be available in 3 sizes - 4,0-4,1'' for small people, 4,6-4,7'' for most, for an average and 5,5-5,7'' for overgrown people. 5,0-5,2'' group is pointless.
Hello, 19 Jan 2016Wow so we have a human ambassador here who represents the earth's human preference!!! I enjoy ... moreThat is statistics. And you can see 4,6-4,7'' devices sells 2-3 times more if their 5.x'' versions.
That was huge mistake to lear Asians how to use a phone. Now they want big screen phone and market listen them:-(( In Europe people buy a car, in Asia people don't have a money for buy a car, so they want something big and buy big phone. Walk in Shanghai and you see everyone is showing others how big is his phone. The cure is - let the Asian buy a car, just make a cheap cars for them and then normal phones screen size will be available again.
I love HTC phones, it'd be amazing to see them coming back on track!
[deleted post]I'm asian and dont have trouble holding 5.7" with slim bezel like Note 5.
S6 is too small for me because it has good screen to body ratio.
Big screen has a good viewing estate and many people likes it, nothing to do with sheep or not!
AnonD-456829, 19 Jan 2016The camera on my nexus 6P is great. If this rumour indeed comes out to be true, then we can ex... moreBut wasn't it Google that made the decision for the camera and not huawei ;) sondont worry, the next nexus will have a better camera than your 6p
3 reasons why htc isn't selling very well because of its price tag and poor design (not quality) battery is alson another reason. my suggestion move the stereo speakers on the side to make smaller frame its ok if it gest a little thick as long as it has a bigger battery to justify it
The camera on my nexus 6P is great. If this rumour indeed comes out to be true, then we can expect an average camera on the next nexus because HTC can't provide their flagship phones with the best camera . example-htc one M9... Awful camera
i m waiting for htc nexus with 5 inch...and it should have 2gb ram...1.5 to 2 ghz processor....rear above 10mp and front above 5mp...i think dis specification will be unbeatable
This is a great news about htc
yeh HTC you can make it two nexus phone with your flagship will be killing spree
GO HTC you deserve all the best because your phone are number one in quality and the best android experience in a smartphone with great UI
Can't wait to see what HTC can do. They did great on the Nexus One, but the seemed to lost their way on the HTC One M series. Hopefully going back to Nexus and guided by Google can get them straight again.
I have the HTC One M7, and although it never got 5.1 (stuck at 5.0.2), HTC managed to patch it for stage fright. Can't say the same thing on other OEMs, not even Motorola.