Results: extra-tall screens are well-accepted by the community

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Results: extra-tall screens are well-accepted by the community
Last year was marked by the introduction of a new display aspect ratio in the smartphone world — 18:9 (or even taller, up to 19.5:9). Mixing thin bezels with elongated displays resulted in futuristic-looking phones that deliver web content with more immersion than we thought we could get up until now. But it also introduces weird letterboxing, notches, and the removal of front-mounted home buttons or fingerprint scanners.

Some people aren't exactly happy with the new tech, others welcome it. We thought we'd ask — how many of you firmly intend on sticking with 16:9 for as long as possible? The poll results are interesting — most voters (38%) actually prefer the ultra-wide ratio, a good 41% don't put aspect ratio as a determining factor for their purchase, and just 20% prefer to stick with 16:9. Well, we say "just", but that could translate to a lot of people in the end... Let's see which companies decide to please that niche and continue making 16:9 flagships in 2018!

Will screen aspect ratios affect your buying decisions in 2018?

Yep! Wide-screen (18:9 or more) only from now on!
38.37%
Yes! 16:9 for me!
19.96%
I'm willing to make a compromise for the right phone
24.58%
I absolutely don't care about aspect ratio
17.09%
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