4-inches, 4.65-inches, 5.3-inches, when will it all end? When we decide they are too big and stop buying them, that's when. When the HTC EVO 4G came out at 4.3-inches, people wanted more. The Galaxy Nexus checked in at 4.65, people are wanting more. Now we have the Galaxy Note at 5.3, and the rumored LG Optimus Vu at 5-inches but with a 4:3 aspect ratio. Those are big phones. Everyone has their own preferences when it comes to the size of their phone, but there is a market sweet spot that will eventually be found. We figured we could do some market research of our own and predict a little bit of the future, so let us know in the poll about how big your ideal phone would be.
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