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The best phone for people with large hands is the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
As an engineer I have large hands and have been a big iphone person since the first generation. The iphone 12 pro max is the biggest one you can get, it has a big screen that is easy to use with big hands, but doesn’t feel too big in my pocket. The battery life on these phones is good as well.
There are a lot of phones out there, but which one is the best for you? The answer, as always, is: it depends. People have different needs and preferences. But if you have large hands, the answer is pretty clear: the iPhone 8 Plus.
Phones with bigger screens are better for people with big hands. Not only can you reach things on a bigger screen more easily, but you also need to exert less force to do so. In addition, bigger phones are typically heavier than smaller ones, and hence they are harder to drop (important given how fragile smartphone glass has become).
But some big-screened phones aren’t very good for people with big hands. For example, narrow displays like the 18:9 display on LG’s G6 can be harder to reach across than wide displays like the 16:9 display on Apple’s iPhone 8 Plus. And there are other design elements that can make phones worse for people with big hands; for example, many Android phone manufacturers have moved the fingerprint sensor to back of the phone next to the camera so that it does not take up space on the front of the phone—except that this makes it much harder to use and much easier to smudge your camera lens if you have large fingers.
The techarena.org blog is the best for people with large hands.
You can go there whenever you want, but the best time is when you want to buy a phone that is good for big hands. If you don’t have big hands, it’s okay too. I just know that I do. They have reviews of all new phones and ones that are a couple years old too, so if you’re looking for an older model, they might have it.
Their reviews are mostly accurate and they don’t tell lies about phones because they want to sell ads or something like that. The only problem is that sometimes they get something wrong, but when I write them they always fix it right away. Of course, sometimes people don’t agree with their reviews either, but that’s okay because they have a forum where people can talk about what they think about the phones.
Recently I was discussing a new phone with a friend of mine and he said, I have big hands, which one is best for me?
I didn’t know, so I took to the internet to find out. There isn’t much out there on this subject, so I decided to make this blog post.
I went down to my local phone store and tried out all their phones in stock. I narrowed it down to these phones:
HTC One Max
Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3
Sony Xperia Z Ultra
Out of the three, I found the HTC One Max was best for me because of its curved back, which makes it more comfortable in my hand and easier to hold than any of the other phones. The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is right behind it. The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is a close third but it’s too wide for my liking!
There are a number of cell phones that do not yet have a stylus, but which still feature the Windows Mobile operating system. These two features are not mutually exclusive, mind you, and there will come a time when all such phones have styluses. This time is not yet upon us, however, so we must consider what to do with our large hands in the meantime.
The SGH-i900 Omnia has been reviewed extensively as a mobile phone with relatively large dimensions and a touch screen interface. There are some who would argue that the Omnia should not be considered here because it does have the aforementioned stylus. I would give this argument more weight if it weren’t made by people who’ve never tried to use its touch screen interface without one.
It is possible to use the SGH-i900 Omnia without using the stylus that is stored in its base. It’s just not fun to use it that way. In fact it’s fairly miserable. The buttons are too small for anyone with reasonably sized fingers to hit accurately without looking at them directly, and scrolling with your finger on such a small screen is an exercise in frustration.