What screen size is the most popular among users? 5 inches, which is why we have less and less compact smartphones on the market. Who is responsible for this?
Despite the fact that I am a strong supporter of "bezramkowców", now I still use a smartphone that was designed according to the principles of "old school". At first glance, it looks like simple hypocrisy, but for good reason I have good reasons. Huawei P10, which I've been using for almost half a year, is still a great phone. In addition to the battery, which disappointed me a lot, I do not have any special reservations. As usual, no model this year has impressed me enough to think about changing. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is great, but I can not see the overwhelming advantage over Huawei. By the way, if you have any questions about the long-term use of P10 , I will gladly answer them under this entry. This particular Huawei flagship is with me for several reasons. The first are quite compact dimensions, which together with a 5.1-inch screen allow you to use it with one hand. The second is that I really appreciate the fingerprint reader on the front – in this case, the alternative choice is limited only to iPhones. It is a pity, however, to buy a reheated chop, and the iPhone X was standing, but still not enough. So I'll wait until October for the "cheap" iPhone with LCD screen. Maybe he will tempt me to try iOS – Android is cool, but after all these years it would be worth seeing what the competition can do.Returning to the size of the screens, I'm not alone in my opinion – 5 inches is still the most popular diagonal in the world . And what about resolutions? A lot of models on the market have 2K displays, and FullHD still has more, but ordinary HD still gains popularity . Even this is not surprising, because using it some time ago from a smartphone with such focus, I did not have a problem with it. An interesting thing for me is that 4-inch devices are very popular in Africa, but no surprise in the case of large smartphones. 5.7-inch users are especially fond of Asian customers – Malaysia wins, where 13 percent of the models sold have 5.7-inch screens, and 5.5-inch ones are more than 25 percent of the market. So it's no wonder that producers no longer want to produce compact smartphones. "Customer is our client", so manufacturers have to adapt their smartphones to current trends. Since the buyer most eagerly buys 5.5-inch models, he also does not avoid even bigger ones, there is nothing to fight with the windmills. Victims of this approach are two . One is the already mentioned compact smartphones, which are currently on the market as for medicine. The other is tablets – who will buy a 7-inch device without the possibility of ringing, with a bad camera and an ugly screen, if the market is Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Source: DeviceAtlas