It was only a few years ago when the idea of a 5+ inch display on a smartphone was unreal. With most of them hovering around four inches at the time, a telephone that was big seemed impossible to hold. We've come a long way since then, but it seems we'll soon see another wave of big displays, and they're all at least six inches tall.
Thanks to the improved technology, phones with larger screens no longer require large apertures. The plugs have developed rapidly in recent years. With the number of mobile video viewers rising to 179.4 million Americans by 2020, OEMs expect consumer demand for even larger screens. This autumn it seems like we are getting a wave of them ̵
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
It starts with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Always known as the series to push the envelope On screen size, the latest version of the Galaxy Note continues this tradition. The Note 9 has a 6.4 "Super AMOLED display that is indeed a feast for the eyes, not only 0.1 inches larger than the previous year, but also the most massive display on any phone in the world Series.
However, the Galaxy Note 9 is not just a pretty screen, but also a powerhouse with a spec sheet all excited: AKG tuned stereo speakers, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 6 or 8 GB RAM, to name just a few, but the big screen and the first-class performance are not cheap: The entry-level model (with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB RAM) of memory) comes at the "reasonable" price of $ 999.99 And if you want the best of the best, the top tier variant is $ 1249.99.
Rumors say Apple's next Line-up of cell phones has no regard for customers with small business Using the screen bend technology from the iPhone X, rumors suggest that App le will unlock three phones, two of which have a display over 6 inches.
As with the iPhone X, the apertures are minimal, which reduces the overall size of the phone. However, there is only so much reduction that can be made with such a large display, which makes it hard to believe that these devices are manageable for those with smaller hands.
But what about the third phone? Well, the phone will be 5.8 inches, with a body similar to iPhone X. While this may help the iPhone 8 people consider a phone that size was manageable, for those looking for the glory days of the iPhone 4 and its 4-inch display, you are out of luck. Although there were hopes for an iPhone SE 2, rumors suggest that this is likely to be the name of the 6.1-inch LCD model, if there is ever an SE 2.
And do not start with the price: With the iPhone X starting at $ 999.99, there's no way that Apple can do that OLED models paid less than $ 1,000 The SE model is rumored to be around $ 699- $ 799, but do not hold your breath.
LG V40 ThinQ
Another great smartphone release this fall is the latest version of the V series While there have been several mid-cycle refreshes this year, their best smartphone has always been the latest entry in the the V series. The V40 ThinQ makes no difference.
According to rumors, the LG V40 will not enlarge the size of its predecessor You call "yay", please remember that the LG V30 (and all its variants) have a 6 "POLED displ yes, the LG V40 ThinQ should the display notch will be smaller, but anyway, it will not be a simple phone.
And as far as the cost is concerned, let's say, LG has had several scratches this year – the V30S ThinQ, which is nothing more than a V30 was priced at $ 929.99 While it was initially discounted at $ 200, that's still not its MSRP. The V35 ThinQ, a V30 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (instead of the 835), was priced Since the LG V40 ThinQ needs to be a major upgrade from the V35 ThinQ (and rumored to be) it is expected to be quite expensive, and we suspect LG the V40 will cost $ 999.99
A surprise for anyone, the Huawei Mate 20 and 20 Pro are rumored to have big ads. As the previous iteration has shown us, Huawei is not afraid to put a big screen in this series of phones, with the last three models all having 6-inch screens. But rumors indicate that Huawei is tired of the 6-inch display and instead wants to go to the limits.
First rumors suggest that the Mate 20 will have a 6.3 "AMOLED display, but last year only the Pro version was an official release in the US If it turns out this will be the case this year then, the next Huawei phone we get will be huge. How big can you ask? A 6.9-inch OLED panel is rumored
In terms of price, Huawei has always been one of the cheaper OEMs when it comes to pricing in the US. Based on the Mate 10 Pro Pricing and some assumptions, we believe this phone will be priced at $ 899-949. The lowest on our list yet, but far from being considered
Google Pixel 3 XL
Thanks to a recent leak Almost everything has become known about this discovery The upcoming sequel to Google's Pixel 2 lineup. Based on a video, we now know that the Pixel 3 XL will have a 6.7 "display, while there's some hesitation as all the other rumors point to a 6.2-inch display, no matter what turns out to be true , we know the Pixel 3 XL will have a big screen.
Unlike the other phones on our list, Pixel 3 XL is rumored to feature dual-front speakers that limit how small the chin can be the rumor 6.7 "display turns out that this phone will be massive even for those with larger hands.
As far as the price goes, unless Google decides to revive its previous Nexus strategy with top specs at budget-friendly prices (like the Nexus 5) It's more than likely that Google will adjust the price of its competitors and partners and the pixel 3 in the really expensive area. Based on the Pixel 2 XL price, I expect an entry-level price of $ 949 and a higher storage capacity model at $ 1,049
While the majority of flagship cell phones will come out in the fall, there's one silver lining. The first is the Pixel 3. It will share the same specification as its big brother, but with a more appropriate screen size of 5.3 inches. However, it will also have a high price (though lower than its big brother). Unfortunately, it's about flagship phones.
The only other option is to go to midrange cell phones. Thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 we will soon see top-tier midrange phones that work very closely with the flagship, but with a few victims and a lower price tag. There is no guarantee that these phones will have smaller screens, but when OEMs try to keep prices low, there's a better chance of finding smaller display sizes than flagships.
Thanks to TCL, two iconic brands are also being revived, and both offer smaller displays, one of which is downright puny. The BlackBerry KEY 2 is pretty easy to keep for most users with its 4.5-inch display and full physical keyboard. And though it's not the cheapest mid-range phone, it's a bargain at $ 649.99 compared to other flagship phones.
Also thanks to AndroidPolice we got the first look at the first Palm phone for years that will use the Android operating system. Although his official name is unknown, we know that it will have a tiny 3.3-inch screen. While Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 qualifies it as an entry-level model, for those looking for a new small phone, this might be the best option.
While big screens have their advantages, it alienates at the expense of a group of people born with smaller hands. Like a pair of new sneakers that a business of your size no longer has, you can either wiggle on sneakers that are too big for your feet, or stay a little longer with your old pair. And based on the case line-up, it looks like many users will be able to cope better with the latter choice – especially considering these prices.