For me its all about the width of the phone. As long as its less than 64mm wide, I will consider it because I will be able to use it with one hand. I have an LG Optimus Black which is 64mm and has a 4" display. Before that I bought an Xperia arc which incredibly managed to fit a 4.2" display in a 63mm wide chassis. Now I will consider the Xperia P because it fits a 4" display in just 59mm width - thats as much the the 3.5" display wielding iPhone!
nart1999, 15 Mar 2012i think 4" is the bestI agree with Nart 4" is the best screen size..
perfect size is 4.-4.3, varying in the ration, i have a nexus s and its a good screen, i think that the 4.3" screen on the SGS2 its too wide, even though
the 4.2" in SN xperia arc its perfect.
definitely depends what you are looking for in a smartphone, yea for gaming,probably 4 o 4.5 inch screen would better, but movie watching, quite good on a 3.5 as well, resolution needs to be good..pixel density equally matters, GUI should be designed/optimized as per the phone :D
TheNeighbor, 15 Mar 2012I have been using the 5.3" HD Super AMOLED screened Galaxy Note ever since it came out 4 ... moreif you text with one hand on galaxy note, you must be a basketball player, or very rich in your pants. hahahaa
ehsan, 15 Mar 2012Hey guys@ gsmarena can u tell me what happened to the event of samsung on 15th march in which ... moreYes, I've been looking for news without any success. What time will this take place in Amsterdam? When will you report any news?
I have been using the 5.3" HD Super AMOLED screened Galaxy Note ever since it came out 4 months ago. It is the size of a passport - it fits the top shirt pocket and ordinary jeans pocket. It was created for maximum effective size, with a dense resolution of 800 by 1280 to match bigger sized tablets, and it has a layer of Wacom tech behind the screen to work with the S Pen.
The Note's large screen size is useful for about everything - surfing, teleconferencing, spreed sheets, reading e-books, sketching, photo editing, watching, video taking, and makes more sense pairing it with a mouse and keyboard to use it like a mobile PC since it's power and capacity can take it. Yes, I do make calls with the ear speaker to my ear. It's only an inch bigger than the Galaxy S II, after all. And yes, I can text with one hand.
The hybrid design takes care of the functions of the smartphone to tablets can do, and yet remaining small enough to pocket.
I had s2 but display was too big for me. Now I use nokia 700. Nokias 3.2 inches display is perfect.
I agree with the findings of the research... for me, anything bigger than 4.3 inches would be... inconvenient...
I concur. 4.3 should be the average size of displays for smartphones. I am very disappointed by the rumors that claim a 4.8 inch screen for the galaxy S3.