Monday, February 9, 2015

The Big Screen in your Pocket.

Everyone wants a Big Screen Phone. Not everyone knows they'll soon be able to have it.

Who wants PicoP already? Not so many, but that's because they don't know that it exists yet.

What everyone -- EVERYONE who has a smart phone already wants is a bigger screen. Currently, larger screens come with a disadvantage -- a larger physical size. but that's about to change.

  • Very few people actually know about PicoP -- so far, 
    • but that should change hugely very soon as products are released. They don't KNOW they want PicoP -- so why should we be sure they do?
  •  EVERYONE wants a bigger screen on their portable device
    •  (usually a phone), but not everyone wants to carry one. This is a screen that can be huge use factor -- with a small physical form factor.
  • People like to look at pictures more than they like to take them. 
    • They like to share them even more. PicoP is an outstanding way to SHARE pictures. 
  • PicoP SERIOUSLY enhances the favorite activities of Smart Phones and all portable electronics: 

Two Months with Phablet

However, analysts point to the growing popularity of ‘phablets’ (a horrible word to describe something between a phone and a tablet). In parts of Asia, they’re more popular than laptops and tablets combined, and even Apple is rumoured to be working on a larger-screen iPhone.

Phablets in Asia

  • "Speaking to the Guardian in September, IDC reported that a total of 25.2m ‘phablets’ had shipped in the Asia-Pacific region, excluding Japan. This figure was actually higher than both mobile PC and tablet shipments. Furthermore, the Guardian indicated that large-screened smartphones accounted for more than 30% of all smartphone sales in India."
  • With Samsung accounting for 60% of all smartphone sales in South Korea, it might come as little surprise that Flurry Analytics recently determined that a whopping 41 percent of smartphone sales are for devices that are 5-inches or larger. After all, both the Galaxy S4 and Note 3 hit or exceed this size barrier.
  • In Southeast Asia – and particularly in South Korea – the mobile gaming industry is huge. According to Flurry Analytics, the most popular app store in South Korea is SK Planet’s T Store. In cooperation with Flurry, the T Store reported that a staggering 68% of its revenue from apps and other digital content comes from gaming.

Why your next phone should be a Phablet (Huffington Post)

  • "Phablets are getting bigger. The implication is that bigger is better if a customer can do more on a single device and not worry about having a laptop and tablet nearby. 

  • "Smartphone behaviour has shifted away from voice towards browsing, reading, writing, purchasing, gaming and consuming apps, audio and video."


  • "When Jobs was asked why Apple simply didn’t increase the iPhone screen size, and thus the potential size of the internal antenna, Jobs responded in 2010 that no one would buy such an iPhone since “you can’t get your hand around it.” Samsung even made fun of this fact by releasing an ad saying, “No one is going to buy a big phone. Guess who surprised themselves and changed their minds.”

An "Apple-style" fix to fitting a large screen in a small phone? Well, that would be PicoP. 

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