Motorola Droid Mini review: searching for a tiny flagship smartphone

“Check out this screen, this thing is huge.”

It all started in 2011. Poor souls waiting in long Apple Store lines craned their necks to catch a glimpse of a big new phone that no one yet recognized. It was the Samsung Galaxy S II, with a bright and colorful 4.3-inch display that dwarfed the newly released iPhone 4S. Samsung’s message was simple: the next big thing is already here. And it kept on growing.

By the time Apple released the 4-inch iPhone 5, Android phones had effectively lapped it in the screen-size department. The popular Android phones, like the Galaxy S III, HTC One X, and Motorola Droid RAZR HD, were now closer to 5 inches. Samsung pushed things even further with the massively popular Galaxy Note lineup —…

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