Over the past few years there’s been an increasingly obvious trend in the smartphone market to build bigger, more powerful devices packed full of high spec components and parts. The latest Android handsets boast impressive quad-core processor, 1080p displays and batteries with more juice in them than James’ giant peach.
While I’m not one to be overly impressed by specs along, there is a tendency for tech enthusiasts to become rather obsessed with them. It’s easy to look at the 4-inch display on the iPhone 5, compare it to any other platform’s flagship model and deduct that it’s too small. You’ve all seen the latest and greatest device launches. From Samsung to Nokia and everything in between. “Bigger is better” apparently, as made clear by the ridiculously large Samsung Galaxy Mega lineup announced before the weekend. There are also those who say the OS is getting outdated, and that iOS has looked virtually the same since its first launch in 2007.
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