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Samsung Galaxy Note 2, S3 / Mini, and iPhone 5 sized-up

You won’t get many chances to size up the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 next to the range of smartphones seen in the video below this article, which also includes the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini vs. the full size version, an iPhone 5, and the HTC Desire V. You’d be lucky to see all of these devices side-by-side again, let alone get hands-on with them.

The video is very short and runs for just over 1 minute, but it is nice to see how the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 compares in size to these other popular smartphones, especially the recently announced Galaxy S3 Mini, which is more on the sizing chart of an iPhone 5. Both of these devices saw a release date within the last couple of months.

We’ve included a screenshot from the video below so you can get a quick idea of how they compare, although you’ll also find a couple of other images on this page, which compare the sizes of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 vs. Galaxy S3, and the latter device vs. the newer S3 Mini. These devices alone show how Samsung are aiming to cover all bases when it comes to offering the right size smartphone for its users.

What is your ideal smartphone display size? For us 4-inches is where we draw the line, which is thanks to having 6 generations of iPhone, although we also review and get hands-on with just about every screen size. We’d love to know what size of smartphone display is the max you’d want, and which is ideal for you?

Take a look at the video below showcasing some of the most popular smartphones side-by-side, which shows there’s a size for everyone. If you own the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 then we’d love to know if you’d be happy with a device bigger than 5.5-inches?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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