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6. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 25, 2013, 10:53 Verno
 
The iPhone 5 is tiny, you must have small hands dude.  
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5. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 24, 2013, 21:57 killer_roach
 
Genesys wrote on Apr 24, 2013, 20:58:
Tumbler wrote on Apr 24, 2013, 17:25:
In fairness the size of the phone for the Galaxy S3 makes it harder to do things one handed. On my old phone, droid incredible, the size was great for operating the thing one handed. Trying to use the S3 one handed is kind of a joke but I can't say I want to go back to the smaller screens. I'm glad I didn't move up to the Samsung Note though, was considering buying that but after adjusting to the size of the S3 I'm glad I didn't.

I think even the iPhone 5's screen is too big. I can't reach the upper-right corner of my iPhone 4s's screen when it's in landscape mode, so any app that has a button over there is really hard to use. Phones can be too big, and they can be too small. If it's bigger than my wallet or smaller than my keys it doesn't belong in my pocket.

Really depends on the size of your hands. I'm personally fine with operating the Note 2 with one hand, and could probably handle a device slightly larger than that. My SGS2 is pretty easy to hold, and the iPhone just feels tiny in comparison.
 
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4. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 24, 2013, 20:58 Genesys
 
Tumbler wrote on Apr 24, 2013, 17:25:
In fairness the size of the phone for the Galaxy S3 makes it harder to do things one handed. On my old phone, droid incredible, the size was great for operating the thing one handed. Trying to use the S3 one handed is kind of a joke but I can't say I want to go back to the smaller screens. I'm glad I didn't move up to the Samsung Note though, was considering buying that but after adjusting to the size of the S3 I'm glad I didn't.

I think even the iPhone 5's screen is too big. I can't reach the upper-right corner of my iPhone 4s's screen when it's in landscape mode, so any app that has a button over there is really hard to use. Phones can be too big, and they can be too small. If it's bigger than my wallet or smaller than my keys it doesn't belong in my pocket.
 
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3. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 24, 2013, 17:25 Tumbler
 
Iphone screens look comically small. My wife has an iphone for work and we both have Galaxy S3's, my god that thing is nice to look at. The iphone? hahahah.

Keep it up Apple, I'm sure no one minds.

In fairness the size of the phone for the Galaxy S3 makes it harder to do things one handed. On my old phone, droid incredible, the size was great for operating the thing one handed. Trying to use the S3 one handed is kind of a joke but I can't say I want to go back to the smaller screens. I'm glad I didn't move up to the Samsung Note though, was considering buying that but after adjusting to the size of the S3 I'm glad I didn't.
 
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2. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 24, 2013, 15:14 JohnBirshire
 
Tradeoffs, haha. My Droid DNA has a larger screen AND better resolution than any iPhone.  
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1. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 24, 2013, 11:40 ledhead1969
 
"Apple aren't going to release a larger iPhone until display 'tradeoffs' disappear"

or, until the sheep get a fucking clue.
 
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