Excellent question about the Xiaomi battery endurance ratings. BTW the three smartphones with the most fans are all 2013 flagships.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2017hope you can handle 14.5 inch samsung s20Probably. But then maybe you should have seen what I said, 6 or 6.5 inches I said. I haven't seen mi mix in person, but it seems compact enough to sink in my palm
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2017If I ever had one...hahaha..the price is too much highIt'll be halved within a year.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2017hope you can handle 14.5 inch samsung s20It can happen.. but i thonk the smartphone display will be foldable.. but the idea is nice.. spreding the display to watch movies with your friends on the go.. so cool
zodiacfml, 24 Apr 2017Thanks for the honesty in the S8. After all the leaks and info available, I noticed it is not... moreThe s8 is easier to handle than most 5.5 inch devices.. the s8 plus is a lot taller.. so maybe it is cumbersome.. but for s8..its pretty easy to handle unless you have hands the size of a goblin
Thanks for the honesty in the S8. After all the leaks and info available, I noticed it is not a huge upgrade from the S7. I also didn't like the tall aspect ratio once I got it in my hand, it seems not balanced and top heavy. Reach for the top notification is also cumbersome.
My first "big" phone was Lumia 520. With the 4inch display I was never comfortable with that, thought it was the biggest I could handle, but then I bought canvas A1 (4.5 inch) still it was a bit uncomfortable to type with one hand, and I was a bit scared with the fact that 5.5 inch becoming norm! but then I bought 5 Inch devices, it was ok, then 5.5 inchers and it feels the best to handle devices this big.
So, I think size is not a factor for now with 6 inch and 6.5 inch. S8 has minimalist design, I am confident I can handle it properly, if I ever get one.