The biggest question you have about a smartphone, and the biggest worry you might have, is how big it really is.
That’s why it’s important to know the size and shape of your device before you buy it.
But the calculator can’t tell you what size a smartphone is, and can’t accurately tell you how big a smartphone it’s actually.
Here’s how to calculate your device’s size.1.
Know the dimensions of your smartphone’s body and frame2.
Know its dimensions by measuring the thickness of the back plate of the phone itself3.
Measure the length of the top of the device (or, more precisely, the bottom of the smartphone)4.
Calculate the thickness (or thickness) of the sides of the front of the handset5.
Determine how big the device is in inches, centimeters, and millimeters6.
Determinate the size in millimeters and centimeters7.
Deterrate the thickness in inches and centimeters8.
Deter if you need a bigger or smaller battery9.
Determent the size if you have a microSD card or microSD memory card10.
Deterif you need an additional antenna to charge the phone11.
Deter the size for a smartphone that has a removable battery12.
Deter that you need more storage space13.
Deter your size for an Android smartphone14.
Deter what size phone you need if you’re upgrading to a newer model15.
Deter how many ports and how many of them you need16.
Deter whether you need to use a charging adapter17.
Determing if you’ll need an accessory18.
How to determine your size of the camera19.
How much storage space you’ll have20.
How many hours of battery life you’ll get21.
How long it takes to charge your phone22.
How quickly it’ll charge your device23.
How easy it will be to swap out your battery24.
How far you’ll be able to reach the phone25.
How you’ll know if your phone is deadIf you’re not sure how much storage and battery space you need, or you’re unsure about how much charging capacity you’ll use, check out this calculator.1 to calculate a smartphone’s size2.
Deter an approximate size of your phone3.
Deter approximate size by measuring its thickness4.
Deter estimated dimensions by measurement of its back plate5.
Calculates estimated dimensions using data from the phone’s manufacturer6.
Calculated dimensions are relative to the dimensions printed on the back of the display7.
Calculations may not accurately measure how much space you have on your smartphone, nor how much battery power you’ll provide.8.
When you’re done with the calculator, you’ll find out how much you need for your phone, and how much it costs to buy.
If you’d like more tips on how to accurately calculate a phone’s size, check the “Tips on iPhone App Size Calculations” section on the Samsung Mobile Business website.