Manufacturers like Samsung, and HTC should make 2 flagship phones. A larger one for those of us that want it, and a smaller more reasonably sized one with decent specs. All of the 4-4.3" Android phones are now considered low end to mid range.
Isn't that ironic? I remember when the Droid X debuted at 4.3 inches; it was a flagship for a decent amount of time. The phone was huge and powerful. Technology moves fast . Although I prefer bigger-screened phones, I am not against seeing flagships with smaller screens for those that prefer them. My question is: what would need to go into the smaller-screened phone to make it sell over its bigger-screened sibling? Would it just need identical specs? Or would the other specs (storage space, RAM, clock speed, etc) have to be better than the bigger-screened phones?