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    Very Big phones

    I was watching a Samsung Galaxy Note commercial today and I was thinking that if mobile phone producers will keep this trend with these big phones, we won't be able to fit them in our pockets soon. What are your opinions on this?
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    Being a woman I prefer my phone to be smaller, so it can fit in my small pockets. I rarely keep it in my purse but even if I did I'd still prefer a smaller phone. The LG Optimus are pretty small, so is Xperia but generally they make phones to be big.

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    I see this all over Tech TV when they are testing out new devices. I think a small to medium size would work for most all, who seriously wants to carry around a large phone? I know I don't.

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    The big phones doesn't matter any thing the quality of the mobile phone matters a lot.

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    I don't have anything against large smart phones, but anything over 5.5 inches is simply not correct to call a cell phone anymore. They are tablets that also offer calling and texting features...

    I guess most of you have seen that funny picture that has been posted on a lot of sites about how the smartphones of the future might look like lightsabers and shields, if Samsung and Apple continue to enlarge their devices according to the current pattern.

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    With all the extra features that are being added, the makers are forced to make phone bigger. Thanks for sharing this thought here

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    My phone is already too big for my pocket. I hate that it won't fit. It is something I should have checked before I bought it. My wife carries hers in her purse but obviously I don't have a purse.

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    In my opinion the cell must be the cell, not a tablet or smth

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    I am also agree with helen cell should be use as a cell if anybody want to use tablet they will go for it.

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    They do tend to exaggerate with sizes. My phone is great, I love everything about it, except for the fact I must carry it in my purse, otherwise it would destroy my small pockets.

 

 

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