@tomcoates @markhurrell Re “compromising the functionality”… I don’t know what functionality it is you’re taking about. Easier to read/browse etc? I can see that. But, for me, a large form factor compromises other functionality (take up less space, use with one hand). We just have different priorities.
@tomcoates Oh I’m not arguing that the phone I want (SE-size, much more battery life, not bothered about any features from the past few years) is a feasible market segment! Just that I wish it was, so there was such a phone.
@tomcoates Conversely, I don’t understand what things I’d need a bigger phone for. Maybe it comes down to how much time one spends using it. Most of my reading or social stuff is on computer or iPad. Phone is for occasional quick use when I’m out, so smaller is better.
if someone rebranded “doing the dishes” as “Sink Zero” there would be a lot more guys in Silicon Valley with clean kitchens