Like you phones BIG? Here are 10 of the biggest Android smartphones you can buy in 2016. The smallest device on this list is 6.0" and then they go all the way up to the giant 6.8" Huawei P8max and Zenfone 3 Ultra. Good luck getting one of these monster phones in your pocket.
I have the zmax pro and after almost a year of usage it starts to wear down and discharge very quick and lags but it was a great phone when I got it, camera quality is kind bad tho not that many options
nah ZTE blade x max is a great phone to have especially if u have big hands or big thumbs and it's only for 150 dollars not just for the phone but everything be sure to get unlimited data from the right place though
I have the Honor Note 8 and i love it. For this price (i payed around 350€ with shipping and, i don't know the english word for "Zoll" because i life in Austria) You get a much bigger Huawei P9 and that is awsome. :) Sry for bad english.... (And it has a 6.6 inch 2k display and not a 6.0 one)
you spent too much time making unnecessary too much animation, slow video, too many special effects. It would be more ffective and useful if yo simply placed each phone next to the other on a table and explained each one and compare them. please, don't do these special effects anymore, i had to SKIP BACK AND FORTH to try and find the information i needed among all the special effects
Huawei Mediapad M2 (8.0, 8") doesn't get LTE in USA but it was a great phone/tablet and gets 5MBps, good enough for YouTube and other things. Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact 8" makes calls also but I found out only has speakerphone mode :/
although it has phone functionality, it is marketed by Huawei as a tablet, it's also generally considered a tablet (eg GSMarena list it in their tablet section) so was therefore excluded from this list of Phones.
Damn! Whenever Samsung gets through pulling the slivers from out of its ass, and gets back on track with their Note 8 development (they might have to re-name it as not to step on Honor), they've got their work cut out for them... Some of these are pretty heavy hitters!
The main problem with most of these phones is that they do not get 4G/LTE in the United States. If Hauwei, Asus and Xiaomi want to increase their market share, why are the cutting out these bands? It makes no sense at all.