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Best Big Screen Smart Phones

Updated on December 4, 2017

Now a days, every single person owns a smart phone and its sort of a competition who owns a bigger. With a big screen phone, obviously there’s a lot more to be consider, like its specifications. So I am just going to list down a few big screen smart phones with their specifications so that you can choose your favorite without any hassle of going from one to another looking for different phone specs.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is very much similar to Samsung Galaxy S8, with a very few upgrades. The screen size of Note 8 is 6.3 inches (16cm), RAM is 6 GB, and just the battery capacity is a little less than S8, i.e., 3300 mAh. We can record videos in different aspects such as, 3840x2160 @ 30 fps, 1920x1080 @ 60 fps and 1280x720 @ 240 fps. For detailed specifications, you can refer to, as rest of the features are same in both Note 8 and S8.

OnePlus 5T

The latest released smart phone with big screen is this one, with a screen size of 6.01 inches. It comes in two variants, one is 6 GB RAM and 64 BG internal memory and the other one is 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal memory. Both the variants have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 2.454 GHz octa-core processor with Android 7.1.1 (Nougat) operating system. It has a front camera of 16 megapixel and rear camera of 20 megapixel and a full HD resolution of 1080x2160 pixels. Its battery capacity is same as of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, i.e. 3300 mAh. But if we compare the price, then this phone is way cheaper than Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Google Pixel 2 XL

Google has released its new smart phone in November 2017, Pixel 2 XL with a big screen size of 6.0 inches. Apart from big screen size, it has a lot of attractive features like a battery capacity of 3520 mAh, internal memory of 64 GB, RAM is of 4 GB and an HD resolution of 1440x2880 pixels. The front camera is of a low resolution of just 8 megapixel and rear camera of 12.2 megapixel. It gets powered up with an octa core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor of speed 1.9 GHz. According to the customers review, it’s a bit overpriced as per its features. But if you want your phone to be running on latest Android you can go for this one as it comes with the latest Android 8 (Oreo) update.

I hope this article will ease your decision and you will get your new phone in no time.


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