- No 1080p need, for 4" 720p is enough and battery would last longer. Same at core numbers. Two should be enough
- Decent camera quality. Forget about Megapixels. Here fails Rarz M and Razr I
- Radio FM. NFC, please
- Micro SD slot or at least 32 Gbs storage. 1/2 Gbs Ram
*** P2 Mini could be an option, but it dissapeared of Huawei planing few months ago.
Choice is good. There is a multitude of choice for small phones. Why deny others the choice for larger phones? If you don't like a larger device, just choose a small one.
People with a vision for the future and needs beyond social media can see that no phone is "smart".
What will be smart is a handheld device that is a fully functional computer – a personal hub totally integrated into a ubiquitously interconnected world. Texting will be viewed the same as morse coding via telegraph is viewed today.
How can so many young people be so old in their views?
This petition will be seen as utterly ridiculous in a very short span of time.
Charge on, innovators!
AnonD-136438, 20 Apr 2013Size and shape - Galaxy S2 (A lil think will also do) Processor - Quad core Ram - 2GB Bater... moreyou do realize that retina display is not a special display, it's a normal lcd/led display. retina is just a standard for displays with over 300ppi. there is nothing special, nothing different from other display, just a fancy word to take the eyes of the unknowing. an apple trick and it seems people are buying it. it's like giving a name for over 350 ppi and calling them "crystal" and you say that you have a "crystal" display but is actually a normal one, "crystal" being the standard for +350 ppi displays.
what is the point of power if you don't have a large screen on wich to use it? that is why you don't have powerfull devices with small screens and that is why you won't have. you do not need high end hardware for a small screen because there is nothing to do with it, you also have less pixels. there is no point. waste of money and resources. so if you want a small device you'd better settle for what's already out there on the market.
We want hd 3d or 4d screen without glasses with projector with biggest voice sound light weight big battery time very beautiful small size waterproof unbreakable and medically equipped
Actually this type of petition doesn't really work out. The OEMs are money and revenue driven companies. They develop what they deem profitable. The drive to go big, i presume, was because sales of big screen phones keep rising, and they will lose a big chunk of the fat pie if they don't keep up with big screen models. Samsung and various other models prove that data again and again: Big isn't a turn off. Big brings business.
The same otherwise. If there is a trend that business for smaller phones pick up, they will immediate throw in resources to push out small phones to meet revenue requirements.
AnonD-171, 20 Apr 2013I wanted a nice -Aluminium Brushed Anodized full Body phone with Removable back cover -mod... moreYes Nokias N950 was almost perfect, and MeeGo had the potential to be the best operatingsystem ever for smartphones, far better than Android and iOS...! Nokia is now Microsofts "puppet"!
Picar0, 20 Apr 2013Madre de Dios! What is this? Thanks for having shown this to me and everybody here, pal. He... moreNot weird at all. This is how desktop (not mobile) computers will look thanks windows 8. You can take a look at the vaio tap 20 too. However it is pointless to see such devices as mobiles ones. I think they need to stay connected all the time to the main power due to the high power consumption. Have a nice day.
AnonD-78805, 20 Apr 2013companies like samdung is running out of ideas only way they can keep their sales up is by lau... moreThis is true. Samsung and Co. will continue fooling the people with their phablets. I see the galaxy s4 mini as the state of the art cellphone and comparing it with the galaxy s4 I think we need to wait at least two years to see a high end phone (not mini tablet) with such great specifications. I think Sony has the potential. It offered (only for Japan) the xperia SX one year ago, so you are right Samsung is not such an amazing company until they show they can put the S4 specs in a 4" device. Right now they simply cannot. Have a nice day.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2013A petition to who? Use the gsmarena phone finder. There are plenty of smaller androids that ar... moreAll 4.0 inches are disappointments compared to iphone5, one way or the other. Clearly they can do better but they simply want to cut cost at this form factor.
Thats why there is a need for smaller flagship phones.
Current flagship phones: "Hey i need to drink soup! Fetch me my ladle!" .. it's embarrassing.
I want a big phone, the smallest ones are a pain to look at them with their tiny screens
Bm, 20 Apr 2013Bigger screen is better there is no dout . We are not like small children to difficult to carr... moreA phone should be portable and easy to handle. There should be all sizes. What you want is not the same that I want...
I want to be able to handle my phone with one hand. In order to do that, it can't have a larger screen than 4 inch, 3.7 inch would be ideal.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2013A petition to who? Use the gsmarena phone finder. There are plenty of smaller androids that ar... moreIf you want good specs in a small format, then no...there is no such phone today. One S is good, but it isn't small. Lots of people want smaller than mid-size.
A petition to who? Use the gsmarena phone finder. There are plenty of smaller androids that are better than what Apple is offering. HTC One S would be my preference currently, but there's no lack of small phones out there.
I'd argue a 4.5 to 5" screen device is still pocketable bit agree that manufacturers have become lazy with the capability of their devices. In truth, a 4" screen is perfectly adequate as long as half of it isn't obscured by an onscreen keyboard every time you need to interact with the device. I'm writing this from a Galaxy note 1 and the amount of screen I can actually see right now is tiny. Samsung should look at the Sony Ericsson P900 from the early 2000's to see how to properly optimise text input for a full-screen interface. (Remove the flip-down keyboard, there is genuinely no need for it)
This device is not only awkwardly proportioned in both hand and pocket, but slow to perform ordinary tasks (like open an s note) and has the pitifully few buttons located in such a way it's hard to handle without inadvertently pressing one. Oh and the much lauded stylus is so innaccurate as to render it useless for anything actually productive. I'm going back to my Nokia N900 with a qwerty keyboard - remember them? Learn the keyboard shortcuts and never look back.