I don’t either possess an Apple iPhone 4S or Nokia Lumia 800. But I can say that both these smartphones are almost similar in sizes. How? With the help of an online service you can see the real sizes of smartphones on your PC screen. Visit phone-size.com. When you first visit the site, you need to select or set your computer’s screen aspect ratio and size there. If you are not certain about your computer’s screen aspect ratio and size, check with your PC’s model no. on Google.
Popular products of all major smartphone makers are already available on this site for comparison. The product list comprises smartphones of Apple, BlackBerry, Dell, Google, HTC, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Pantech, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Verso and ZTE. At the very beginning of the list you can also see the names of five latest phones.
If you possess any of the smartphone’s available in the list, you can match it with the size displayed on the screen. If you are satisfied go ahead with the comparison of other phones. I compared all of my favourite smartphones side by side on this site. It includes Apple iPhone 4S, Nokia Lumia 800, Samsung Galaxy SII, HTC Sensations and Motorola Droid RAZR. It gave me a perfect idea about the Real Sizes of these Smartphones.
See the Real Sizes of Smartphones on Your Computer’s Screen and Compare – Why it Matters
By going through the product specs of any smartphone online or offline, you can surely make a buying decision. You can then go to any retail outlet nearby you and check it with different phones available there and choose the one that fit to your pocket. But what happens when you buy it online. If you haven’t see the original size of the phone in your mind, you may be disappointed once it reached to your hand because of its size. Some times it may be a bit larger or smaller than as you expected.
I found phone-size.com very useful. Hopes the folks behind it will add more and more smartphones in the phones’ list and will update the site frequently. Check this useful tool today and please tell me how you feel it.
Via : Mashable