A dimensional comparison of the iPhone 4 S, iPhone 5, S III, Note II, RAZR & G Nexus screens

This handy image, created by Reddit user scarr3g, should give you a bit of assistance if you are buying a new handset and are deliberating which screen size to go for. The measurements used are true dimensions (no rounding up) and go by pixels/pixels per inch. See this image (NSFW) for an in-situ demonstration with some of the handsets.

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About Chris Ward

Better known as 'Wardy', digital media is where his interest lies. Responsible for many elements of the Clove website and external advertising activities, Wardy is our interactive media graduate.

Always chilled out, there is never a time when you see 'Wardy' stressed. A keen music follower, he knows his DJ's and how to mix a few tracks together. Always eating, he remains stick thin and is the envy of the rest of us! A very deep character, there are some suprising twists to what Wardy knows and you'll never meet a nicer bloke if you tried!

Comments

  1. Very cool, thanks! I’d had it in the back of my mind that the iphone 5’s screen enlargement was going make it a bit more comparable to larger Android devices, but this shows that it really doesn’t make a lot of difference. I’ve got a 3.8in Ace2 as a backup phone, about halfway between the iphone 4 and 5, and I really couldn’t imagine going back down to that regularly.