StarterX4, 15 Nov 2020It probably will be Xiaomi Mi 11They went on a bad trend last year making their phones huge, heavy and very bulky, plus the curved edges. The sales went much down in comparison with mi 9, mi 9T pro and mi 9 SE, which were all top hits. Not to mention that their prices in Europe were crazy, at Samsung S20 level, offering way less.
Snehit, 15 Nov 2020Screen size should always be less than 5 inchWait until you reach 40.
I have a S20 with 6.2", it is perfect to hold in the hand, same goes for iPhone 12. But for media content I sometimes wish it had around 6.4". Sadly no phones in this size, the S20+ is a whooping 6.7", too huge. I tried for a few months a Xiaomi mi 9 with 6.39" (my dad's current phone) and it really has the perfect size.
Hi, just put an end to the madness of $1000 plus phones. My last phone was the Note 10 plus and I said to myself wait a minute what am I doing here? This is crazy. Sold it, and bought the Nokia 105 as my daily driver and and the Lenovo M7 tablet(works great) for $100.. you dont need mobile internet just go online at home whats the big deal
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2020Large phones are not the issue, unable to customise the controls is (iPhone users :( )Yes
Large phones are not the issue, unable to customise the controls is (iPhone users :( )
Few years ago, when I used a 6-inch phone I complained a lot because it was so big and I needed two hands to use it properly. So I bought an iPhone 5s for one-handed operation. Then I found out later that even with that small iPhone, I still typed messages with two hands even though I could reach all parts of the screen with just one hand. So I went back in using a 6-inch phone for easier typing because the keyboard was much bigger.
As big as possible. I use my phone as a laptop replacement so the bigger the screen the better
Around 6 inch screen is ideal. There are non to be found. For me Width should be less then 71 mm. Will not buy above it.
I remember the days when Apple was pushing gadgets to smaller and thinner, until one day, I found myself watching a movie on a 1.5" screen. And I thought: "Well, this is stupid." It's been all about screen ratio for me ever since, and as foldables continue to mature, I'm not going back to small.
Hanif Fikri, 15 Nov 2020Smaller display is bad for eyes...i prefer 6.7-6.9 inches..Who said that? I see no proof about that unless if you are talking about high PPI, which I can believe.
5.8" is now considered small? Sad what the market has become. Sub-5" is small, 5-6" being midsized and 6"+ being large. 7"+ are tablets!
5.8 - 6.5 is just too broad of a category. Personally I prefer 5.8-6.1 inch as it's the sweet spot for a phone