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Could Apple's iPhone 12 Mini Encourage Android OEMs To 'Think Small' For Flagship Phones?


When Apple announced its iPhone 12 family early last week, the iPhone 12 Pro Max was no doubt the most feature-filled and impressive model on display. The smartphone features a massive 6.7-inch OLED display, triple rear cameras (including sensor shift optical image stabilization for the wide-angle lens), and a LIDAR sensor among other enhancements. However, equally as important was the new iPhone 12 mini, which reverses a trend that has become commonplace in today's smartphones.

Smartphones today seem to have at least a 6-inch display, with most measuring in at 6.4 to 6.7 inches in size. Smartphone OEMs claim that most people want larger screens for gaming, watching movies, and looking at their pictures in magnificent big-screen glory. With smartphones increasingly becoming the centerpiece of our digital lives, the common train of thought is that our smartphones should be the jack of all trades.

But with ...


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