Remember that time when mobile phone manufacturers were trying to make them smaller and smaller? Well, since smartphones came into the market in the 2010’s this pattern has evidently changed: mobile phones back then had screens as small as 3.5 inches, while nowadays you can’t find a smartphone that has a screen smaller than 5.5 inches. If we have the knowledge to make them smaller, why do we have the impression they’re getting bigger with each new release?
- Camera: Today smartphones can film amazing videos that can be used for professional productions thanks to their high resolution cameras - which need bigger and more powerful sensors.
- Heat: Our smartphones today have processors that create a lot of heat when they work, so manufacturers need bigger devices to help get rid of the heat in the phone faster.
- High Resolution Screens: There is a huge part of the market that enjoys playing video games, experiencing virtual reality and watching tv series and movies in their smartphone. That’s why bigger screens with better resolution are part of the appeal.
- Battery: In order to power the camera, the high-res screens and all its many features, smartphones need bigger batteries to support its functions without it dying off too soon.
Let’s be honest. In today’s market if manufacturers thought small phones would sell well, they’d make more of them, and they are actually getting thinner even though they’re growing in diameter due to the high demand for entertainment and the many features found in these gadgets.
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