Hands On: Nokia Lumia 920 and 820
Actually, I'm glad that they're offering more larger screen phones because, phone screens simply seemed to cater to people with smaller hands, usually women. Surprisingly though, I've noticed more women with extremely large screen phones and it seemed, as you say, "ginorm-o" in their hands. Seems larger screens are just more appealing to people, than OEM's originally thought.
On another note, I'm excited about the plethora of new WP8 phones hitting the market and I'm even more excited to...
If you're going to nit pick, yeah, 480x800 is an old resolution, but it still actuially looks pretty good on a 4" screen.
That was an enormous phone!
With an standard 480*800 AMOLED display at 4.5 inches the feel of the phone in your hand was just that. "ginormous"
The big size of the display was mostly the only stand-out feature of this phone, for the rest it was an almost common smart-phone
Now-day's galaxy s III has a bigger screen but the phone itself is thinner, not as wide as the infuse and just a bit taller. Is lighter than the infuse (and definitely a lot lighter than HTC's thunderbolt). But in this case, functionality justifies the size.
The screen itself is impressive, the processor and network capabilities are just plain amazing, has an awesome camera, throw in productivity tools...
Bigger size is...
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