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Old 03-02-2013, 03:14 AM   #1
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The ever-expanding smartphone screen: how supersized became everyday



"The ever-expanding smartphone screen: how supersized became everyday"

By Jon Fingas posted Mar 1st, 2013 at 2:00 PM, Engadget

"We almost need a reminder that much of the smartphone's development before 2007 reflected a drive to shrink the phone, not make it bigger."


Article

There is always an evolution.
There was a time when phones were becoming smaller.
There was the time of the eReader.
Then the 2nd coming of the Tablet.
Then the phones became larger.
Then the eReaders became larger and more like tablets.
Finally the Tablets became smaller.

It becomes more and more difficult to tell what a device is now days by its size.
Is it a mini iPad or is it a maxi Note?

At least we don't have to worry about the "supersizing" of phones making us fat.

Is it a bird, or a SeaKing, or a plane, or is it speeding device evolution?
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