I know a lot of people who tend to think anything over 4 inches is just too big but I find that my 5.7 inch screen on the LG V10 works great for me. I am taller and (irony in the username) my hands are larger so using a smaller phone is too hard to text or type. Which size do you prefer and why? Under 4? Under 5? Or as big as you can get?
I am not too fussed with the size I came more about the quality. That being said I feel like for my hands since they are not large nor very small, the 4 to 5 inch range works for me. Again, it is more about the quality than the size.
I have the s8 Galaxy so the screen is pretty close to about 5.5 inches. I am not sure why people are not fans of bigger screens, specially older people who complain they can't see anything. It can be bulky for men sure but you just use a belt clip. Women have handbags they can use so it isn't a big deal for them.
I am not picky with the size just as long as it is responsive. I guess you can say I prefer a smaller size phone over all just because I have smallish hands but they have those rings now where that isn't an issue for me anymore. I have the s6 and use a ring on the back.
Throw me in with the bunch who look at quality not quantity.
If I had to choose a size preference I guess I would say around the 5.5 range as my hands are larger.
I like bigger screens but I don't like larger phones. So it has to be on the thinner side whilst not being overly large. I don't think I have huge hands but the buttons can be a bit hard to work with on the smaller screens.
I am actually shocked by the answers. It seems like most people I know HATE bigger phones and I never understood why. And good point applesawwse about men having an issue more than women since they don't carry purses.
I like big screens with a small bezel. I think phones that tend to have big screens WITH a bid bezel really make the phone feel a lot larger than they should.