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  Reply # 1092331 20-Jul-2014 10:19
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I have always used Samsung galaxy s something, how is say a lg g2/3 didn't? I am only after these two as the have the biggest screen to body ratio.

I can't get why htc and experia have larger body and smaller screen.

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  Reply # 1092381 20-Jul-2014 10:49
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joker97: I have always used Samsung galaxy s something, how is say a lg g2/3 didn't? I am only after these two as the have the biggest screen to body ratio.

I can't get why htc and experia have larger body and smaller screen.


Well they both have front facing stereo speakers, which partly accounts for that.

The G3 I'd skip, despite bring a great phone on many levels there are too many compromises to accommodate the screen resolution. IMO QHD in the phone space won't be worth it until it has at least Snapdragon 805, and to be honest I don't think the panel quality and performance will really start getting there until 810s start arriving next year.




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