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Panasonic Eluga

This waterproof smartphone, currently available only in Europe, sports a massive 4.3-in quarter-high-definition (qHD) screen, and with a display area ratio of 66 percent, it offers the largest display area available.

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ViewSonic ViewPhone 5e

This Google Android-based phone has a huge 5-inch screen, which sounds great until you take into account a rather humble 800x480 WVGA resolution quality.

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LG Optimus Vu

Here's another 5-inch screen device that almost edges into tablet territory, thanks to a wide-body design.

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Samsung Galaxy III

A 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED (active-matrix organic LED) display graces the front of Samsung's latest Android smartphone, which also packs HD video recording capabilities.

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HTC One X

Boasting a 4.7-inch screen, this smartphone runs Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich, and has an 8MP digital camera. For now, you may have to look for one at the U.S. Customs Department.

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Sony Xperia Ion

This smartphone features a 4.55-inch scratch-resistant thin-film transistor (TFT) touch-screen and boasts a 12.1MP camera with auto-focus.

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Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung branded this 5.3-inch device, a cross between a smartphone and a tablet as a "new kind of smartphone," or "phablet," which comes with a stylus for the touch-screen.

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Huawei Ascend D Quad

The Ascend D boasts a large screen size of 4.5 inches, with an HD display offering 720p resolution. The device also runs Android 4.0.

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Motorola Atrix 2

Take snapshots in high resolution with an 8MP camera, record video in 1080p HD, and then enjoy sharp images on the 4.3-inch qHD display.

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Nokia Lumia 900

Nokia's much-hyped Windows Phone smartphone sports a flashy ClearBlack glass touch-screen display, measuring 4.3 inches and boasting scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla glass.

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Apple iPhone 5

According to several recent reports, the latest version of the iPhone will have a 4-inch Retina display, a healthy bump in size from the current 3.5-inch screen found on the current model. However, Apple has not confirmed anything about the iPhone 5, and the company has a history of ignoring popular trends to stick with its own vision and designs.

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