Every smartphone phone should come with a one-handed mode


Here’s a common consumer conundrum: I like smartphones with big screens, but I also want to be able to use them with one hand. Whichever quality you might prefer, the industry has certainly prioritized larger panels. When the original Samsung Galaxy Note was unveiled in 2011, it was considered almost comically huge. Fast-forward to 2017, and you might consider its 5.3-inch screen fairly small. This wouldn’t be that much of an issue if we had more small phones to choose from, but options are quickly dwindling. Pretty much the only current flagships that are truly usable with one-hand are the…

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