What screen size smartphone do you prefer?
Although bigger screens are in vogue, you’ll still find a wide variety of display sizes. And size is only part of the story, as narrower aspect ratios are making big-screen phones easier to use with one hand.
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Small Screen (5 Inches or Smaller)
The main reason to buy a small-screen smartphone is for its compact design. You won’t have to stretch your thumb to reach anything, and the phone will fit easily into a pocket. Small phones such as the 4.7-inch iPhone 8 and 5-inch Google Pixel 2 are compact and powerful.
Medium Screen (5 to 5.5 Inches)
Phones in this size range are good for people who want a good balance between a design that’s front-pocket friendly and an immersive entertainment experience. The 5.3-inch LG X power is a good example because of its long-lasting battery and bargain price, as is the aging but still solid Samsung Galaxy S7 (5.1 inches). The ZTE Axon M is a very interesting small phone because it’s a 5.2-inch device that unfolds to give you two screens.
Large Screen/Phablet (5.5 Inches or Larger)
Smartphones with displays 5.5 inches or larger, such as the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus and 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus, are called phablets because they’re nearly tablet-size. These phones are great for watching videos, reading e-books and running two apps side by side. Plus, smartphone-makers are figuring out ways to minimize bezels, so you can get a big screen in a fairly compact design, such as with the iPhone X and LG V30
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