WASHINGTON – Size matters when it comes to choosing the dimensions of a smartphone.
But when is bigger too big?
Demand for larger smartphone screens continues to grow, according to analysis by CNET.
While larger cellphones have been geared in part toward the growing, older smartphone audience that has difficulty seeing and manipulating content on smaller screens, CNET reports a wider swatch of society is buying the phablets.
When Apple introduced the iPhone, its 3.5-inch screen was the largest anyone had seen.