Galaxy S20 Review Outdoor Screen Twitter MoroccoSource: Ara Wagoner / Android Central

Taking a look at the smartphone industry over the past few years, we've seen a gradual increase in the size of phones. Year after year and release after release, phones tend to keep getting bigger with no signs of slowing down.

Thankfully, there are a few outliers that break up this trend. Most recently, Samsung's Galaxy S20 proved to be the antidote a lot of us have been waiting for. The S20 is comfortable to use with one hand, relatively easy to fit into pockets, and retains the flagship specs of its S20+ and S20 Ultra siblings.

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Recently, some of our AC forum members got to talking about the S20's size.

jettrue
jettrue

Didn't think I'd say this, I came from the S10 and I like the size, but because the S20 is slightly narrower, it seems too small? I went with the smallest because of price and because I don't want a huge phone anyway. Ultra is out if the question. Also I'm in the upgrade program. I had a 9 that I bought outright before joining for the 10 (got a great credit for the exchange), now exchanging...

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chanchan05
chanchan05

I came from the S9 and I find the size perfect for me. Balances the larger screen and one-hand ability for me.

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Lepa79
Lepa79

I stopped at Best Buy. I normally always get larger phones (currently on Pixel 3 xl and had Note 10+ before) but I really liked the S20. I think I might try a smaller profile phone for a change.

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ctk4949
ctk4949

I came from a heavy *** 1+7 Pro and went back down to the S20. Its just easier to use one handed. Easier to put in my car mount. Easier to put in my pocket.

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This discussion got us to wondering — Is the Galaxy S20 the perfect size for a smartphone?

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