Infographic: How much area does your smartphone’s display take up?

A rumour that surfaced a few days ago suggested that the LG G Pro 2 would have a 5.9-inch display that would take up 77.2% of the phone’s front panel thanks to very thin bezels (perhaps as thin as 0.4 millimeters). As impressive as the number sounded, it was hard to put into meaningful context. Fortunately, @somospostpc has put together a chart that reveals how much of the front of many popular devices is taken up by their display.

How much of your phone is actually screen?

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The LG G2 currently rules the chat with a display that takes up 75.7% of the smartphone. Devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Google Nexus 5 and Motorola Moto X are not far behind. Somewhat surprisingly, most Apple iPhones fall below the 60% mark with only the iPhone 5S above if only barely. The HTC One scores a relatively low 64.8% but that can be largely attributed to its front-facing speakers.

As bezels continue to shrink, it may not be too long before we see a smartphone with a display taking up 80% of the front face.

How does your smartphone measure up? Let us know below!

Source : @somospostpc