Dear Maggie,I've been using the iPhone since it first came out and have not looked back until recently. Now I'm considering switching. But I've run into a huge problem, every new phone is too big for my personal taste. I would like the latest greatest flagship device, but it seems that every manufacturer is in an arms race to see who can put the largest screen possible into a phone. I get why some people want a bigger screen, but I don't. For one, I use my phone almost exclusively one-handed and find a screen larger than 4-inches is uncomfortable to hold for any length of time. Second, they do not fit comfortably in my pants pocket where I carry my phone; even my iPhone creates a bump in some pants. Finally, I do not watch videos on my phone so I don't "need" a huge screen. I also am fine reading and playing games on my iPhone. In fact, after I upgrade I will probably keep my iPhone 4 to use as an iPod Touch.
As of right now I am waiting for the release of the Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone on AT&T at the end of March, I know it has a 4.3" screen but I want to at least hold it first, If I am turned off by that I may look to get a Lumia 800 unlocked, Are there any other phones you know of with 4" screens that may be out soon?, I currently have AT&T, but I am not bound by an early termination fee, So I could switch to either T-Mobile USA or Verizon Wireless if I had to, I just don't see any compelling devices right now that have a reasonable screen size, If I can't find something in this size, I guess I'll just wait for translucent co-molded case for iphone xr the new iPhone..
Thanks for your help,Randy. Dear Randy,I have also noticed that most of the hot new smartphones coming on the scene are gigantic. The Samsung Galaxy Note is of course the largest. This so-called Phablet is a cross between a tablet and a smartphone with a screen size of 5.3 inches. When I first saw it at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, I felt like I was in one of those novelty stores where every item is over-sized. I wanted to put on extra big sunglasses and hold my extra-big smartphone to my ear.
The Galaxy Note is more translucent co-molded case for iphone xr the exception than the rule when it comes to large smartphones, It is extra-large, But on the whole the size of smartphones has increased from a quite comfortable 3.5 inches toward 4.5 inches and beyond, The Nokia Lumia 900 that you mentioned is 4.3 inches, Motorola's Droid Razr also has a 4.3 inch screen, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a whopping 4.65 inches, And the newest smartphones to announced are even bigger, At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week, HTC announced the new HTC One X, which will be available on AT&T later this spring, with a 4.7 inch screen, And Chinese manufacturer Huawei introduced the Ascend D Quad with a 4.5 inch screen..
Each of these phones is considered top of the line. The latest devices have quad core processors and will run Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The Nokia Lumia 900, Motorola Droid Razr, and Samsung Galaxy Nexus all operate over 4G LTE. And many of these phones have advanced cameras. But why are they all so big?. But it's also because these devices are designed to offer more media consumption. These bigger smartphones with faster processors and speedier network connections are designed for people watching video, reading magazine articles and playing games on their phones.
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