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Are large screen Android phones destroying the iPhone?

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The article is mostly focused on typing as the need for a larger screen, but my own issue is reading ebooks. I like to read while I'm out and about with my iPhone. So a larger screen iPhone would probably be a more enjoyable experience for me than the current 4-inch size.

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