10 + 2 Smartphones com ecrã (realmente) grande (2012)

10 + 2 Smartphones with screen (really) big (2012)
For those where the screen size really matters in a Smartphone.

1. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 - 5.5 inches

Considered by many users as a mini-tablet rather than a smartphone, the Galaxy Note is a hybrid proposal that is not without its basis in the concept of "smart phone".
The HD Super AMOLED screen is 5.5 inches diagonally (resolution of 1,280 x720 pixels), opening new possibilities for users who want to do more than consult the mail or surf the Web
Proof of this is the inclusion of a stylus with the terminal and the insistence on the use of Samsung's Note as a device for drawing, handwriting, watch videos or even directly edit photos.

2. HTC Butterfly J - 5 inch

While HTC has not confirmed the availability of identical models the new J Butterfly to other markets outside Japan, fiquemo us by this new weapon screen manufacturer in Taiwan: are 5-inch diagonal LCD in a Super 3, which HTC claims to be screen with better resolution between smartphones available - a pixel density of 441ppi per inch.
It will be a proposal for those looking for performance in a diagonal screen generous, but has alternatives in the catalog from HTC, especially for users who do not want to wait.

3. LG Optimus VU - 5 inch

The weapon of LG for the segment of smartphones with screens diagonal generous goes by the name of Max Vu LG (Optimus VU in other markets outside Portugal). It is one of the largest mobile with diagonal screen so far available in the market, thanks to a 5-inch version, albeit with a 4:3 aspect ratio (1024x768 pixel resolution).

4. Samsung Galaxy SIII - 4.8 inches

If the body with 15cm height is too big for you, the best-selling Samsung Galaxy SIII is proposing a slightly smaller screen - at 4.8 inches diagonally - but still among the largest terminals already on sale.

5. One HTC + X - 4.7 inches

Recently featured, is equipped with a Super LCD screen of 4.7 inches 2 (1280x720 pixel resolution), exactly the same as the model that succeeds the original X One.

6. LG G Max - 4.7 inches

For those looking for smartphones with screens ratio "widescreen", the new G Max bet on a version with 4.7-inch diagonal 15:9 format, increasing the maximum resolution for 1280x768 pixels.

7. Motorola Droid Razr HD - 4.7 inches

But the Droid Razr has an HD Super AMOLED HD screen slightly larger than 4.7 inches. According to the company, the Droid Razr HD offers customers 78% more pixels on the screen and the battery has a capacity of 40% greater than the original Droid Razr.

8. Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD - 4.7 inches

The Droid Razr Maxx HD where the diagonal of 4.7 inches reigns with ultra-slim design and battery life of 32 hours with normal use of the device. Motorola claims that the battery lasts up to 13 hours straight with displaying videos.

9. Asus PadFone 2 - 4.7 inches

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Another recent smartphone to join the group of terminals with 4.7 inch screen is version 2 of the Asus PadFone.Admittedly, the terminal is promoted with a tablet that integrates a dock with slot for additional smartphone and a 10.1-inch screen, but even in stand-alone use the new Asus offers a display with generous dimensions, able to sharpen the viewing videos or browsing the Web The maximum supported resolution is 1280x720 pixels.

10. Sony Xperia T - 4.55 inches
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The Xperia T, new terminal "emblematic" of Sony Mobile associated with the new James Bond movie - "Skyfall" - is equipped with an HD screen with 4.55 inches diagonally. Enough, according to Sony, for viewing videos and access other graphic content directly in the terminal.

11. Sony Lumia 920 - 4.5 inches
The Lumia 920 bet with a screen diagonal of 4.5 inches, in an attempt to maintain a balance between "big screen" and a box with dimension not too excessive.

12. Motorola Droid Razr M - 4.3 inches
The Droid Razr M has Super AMOLED screen of 4.3 inches. According to Motorola, the handset is among the most compact models with 4.3-inch screen.


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