There's a handy little shortcut we all take when we talk about how big a phone is. Instead of talking about actual dimensions, we use the size of the display. It's useful short-hand, but now that phones are getting bigger and every tenth of an inch matters, it's time for a reminder: screen size and phone size aren't…
Now that we have confirmation of Apple's next iPhone event being just around the corner, it's only a matter of days before we (very, very likely) see a bigger iPhone screen finally rounding out the bunch. Which got us thinking—what's your ideal smartphone screen size?
Sure, you think about how big a phone's screen is all the time, but how much of a phone's screen is actually screen? This handy visualization from Post PC shows exactly how your handset stacks up against the rest of the world in screen-to-bezel ratio. The results might surprise you.
Plucky New York Times reporter Matt Richtel made a shocking discovery: Big box retailers are exaggerating the screen size of certain televisions by as much as half an inch. The unanswered question: How dare they?