I remember a time in my age when having cell phones with large screen was deemed awkward and an out of fashion sort of thing. Nokia, with many other manufacturers, was at top of its game in outing numerous small screen cell phones with fancy outlook but time certainly takes turn.
Now since it has, smartphones with larger screens such as Galaxy S III and HTC One X is today’s demand as we have travelled from a period of cell phones to smartphones. They hide hell lot of features one couldn’t have imagined one decade ago.
Going back to small sized screens is nearly impossible as brighter and vivid displays are boxed into these handheld devices and we have become accustomed to these innovative changes. But having high resolution display into smaller screens, such as an iPhone, is a point of worry as it clearly effects the eyesight of users. On top of that, the glass which reflects the light and helps to yield a stunning colorful experience holds breathtaking sight but it makes your eyes feel tired soon after you try to pay some extra attention in order to complete a heavy task (such as note keeping).
To avoid such shortcoming of glass laden displays of today’s smartphones I think one must reduce the brightness level when using their phones in low light conditions, otherwise my prediction isn’t that healthy.
I still remember Steve Jobs saying when asked about an iPad Mini that 9.7inch display is the smallest screen spec suitable for user experience then what is the point of making a 7inch version of iPad (if the rumor is true)?