Some people say that at a certain screen size it becomes uncomfortable to operate a phone with one hand. At what point above 4inches this comes into play is what is most interesting. The 5.3 inch Samsung galaxy note is a bit too big for most to operate single handed, I've heard some folks say the same thing about the 4.7 inch Galaxy Nexus and HTC Titan.
For my hands / taste, 4.7 is about the limit. I love my SGSII Skyrocket, but any bigger is pushing it. Although, the SGSIII will have a slightly bigger screen, it's bezel is smaller, so the total form factor and not just screen size should be considered.
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I like the 4.7. Currently I have a Sensation and while it is not small I would like a couple more inches, for typing, and space on the touch keyboard as well as for wider screen for browsing and media view etc! I have toyed with the idea of changing to At&t when the HTC One X hits. The phone in some ways is great with an awesome screen, a great camera, BEATS sound not to mention the upgraded screen etc. I do not like the non removable battery self contained build though.
Over @ ZDnet this guy brings up an interesting point, if they make the screen bigger but keep the same screen resolution their PPI will fall below retina specs, whatever that means. Then again I'm not sure the 'new' iPad fits retina specs. Its nice when you can make stuff up and force your will upon people.
4.3" is about my limit. I've tried the phones with bigger displays and they don't feel so good in my hand.
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