As long as it has a small footprint like SG S8, even if it has huge screen, its ok for me
4'7-5'2 inch phones are meant as phones.Not big size in pockets,easy to:pick up,take from pockets,do a quick picture,answer a phone call or do anything you want to.
5'5-6 inch phones are phones meant for gaming and picture/video viewing.They come quite in handy if you don't have a powerful tablet and want to have big battery.But honestly,using these phones on daily basis is a pain.To sum up,mini TVs/lap top phones.
I am just disappointed OnePlus doesn't make 5'2 inch phones with same specs.5'5 isn't so easy to use if you are in a hurry.
You'd really want to think that big screens are the norm but I think 5.2" to 5.3" is perfect for everyone. Neither too big for having to stretch your thumbs , nor too small for enjoying your movies or repeatedly zooming in and out to read something.
Big phablets must be justified only to allow easier heat dissipation among a bigger area than the tightly-squeezed internals of a compact phone.
Personally, I'd be fine with a 5.2" screened phone, all the way up to a 5.5/Wide 5.7" display size. Any more will just be horribly hard to carry in even jean pockets.
5.2" to use one handed, as an actual phone. 5.5"-5.7" as a phablet, but not with that stupid tall and skinny ratio that provides fake screen size measurements and giant letter boxing.
Anonymous, 14 May 2017And the iphone 7 with 4.7" display likely sells better than any Android smartphone4.7inch screen in a body bigger than Android phones with bigger displays and smaller bodies.
As of now I am using 4,6" screen I find it the most suitable size for my daily but 5.2 would be fine
Voted 5.2" because for some retarded reason there isn't an option for less than 5". Seriously, today's phones are too big. Y'all should learn that bigger isn't always better.
Anonymous, 14 May 2017What is the LG bezeless model? I do not know it. LG G6 has smaller bazels, but it is not bezel... moreWell yeah almost bezeless.I was actually speaking more about the S8.I feel like the curved sides combined with the really small bezels must make the phone uncomfortable in the hand.Accidental touches must also be a thing...
Well, since anything 80mm wide and more is obviously unusable then we can rule out half of the screens in the poll. Now I have 5.5" up from 5.0" previously and it is genuinely uncomfortable to use onehanded. I guess 5.0" (67-68mm wide) in 16:9 or 5.1-5.2" in 18:9. Something like that. Need to test long body phone myself to be sure.
I like to have a main 5.5 smartphone (Like Xiaomi, Motorola or Sony flagships) that fits into pocket and a backup 6.4 phablet (like Mi max) that shows max content.
What if I don't brefer any of them how can I vote.
Anyways I don't like big size screen for smart phone I think screen under 5" it's good at least for me.
4,5" is the best. My hands are small and I am not the only. Why there is no premium phone in this range?
Anonymous, 14 May 2017I tbought because the s8 & G6 had these tall screens, watching a movie in landscape would ... morewhen watching tv series what you said is true as the aspect ratio is 16:9, movies have a wider ratio of 21:9 or so...therefore it should leave very thin bezels compared to normal phones..that is, if the video player can play fullscreen
My S7 for me is the maximum size for a phone, I use it together with my iPhone 6s and zuk z2. Larger than that, I would get a tablet instead. I have used 5.5inch phones,
such as iPhone 6 plus, moto g5 plus, A7, Lg g4, and some 6inch phones, but I keep coming back to the smaller ones because of portability.