Machine translation makes it difficult to tell if he was joking or serious.
But this raises an issue I’ve wanted to discuss: Phone sizes.
Phones were originally made small because they had basically two functions: Voice calling and texting.
The size of the keyboard actually dictated how tiny a phone could be to accommodate human fingers (or thumbs).
Once the iPhone “reinvented the phone,” it became a lot more. Basically it became a pocket computer and calling and texting were reduced to apps.
The iPhone made it possible to finally access the full Internet, not the pathetic crippled versions offered by the Palm Treo, Windows Mobile, or — god help us all — WAP.
Being able to comfortably view the Internet now dictated the size of the phone.
No one wanted this:
The Palm Veer was the worst of both worlds: A screen too small to view the Net, with a keyboard too small to comfortably use.
Instead people want this:
For myself, I find anything below 5.5-inches to be too small — and, depending on the design of the phone, even that sometimes seems small to me.
I think bigger phones are better.
But not this: