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We charted the screen-to-body ratio of Google Pixel phones

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One of the most noticeable differences between today’s phones and those of five years ago is the screen-to-body ratio. Bezel sizes have dropped and we now have a lot more screen.

The other week I looked at how this had changed on iPhones, but I’m currently intrigued about other phone manufacturers. Specifically, I wanted to learn about the screen-to-body ratio of Google Pixel phones over time.

Before we go on though, a definition. The screen-to-body ratio is simply a number that shows what percentage of a phone’s front is screen compared to, well, not screen. The bigger the number, the bigger the relative screen size.

Without further ado then, let’s take a gander at this graph looking at the screen-to-body ratio of Google Pixel phones!

A quick note: if you’re on mobile you may not be able to see the interactive graph above, so try requesting the desktop version of the site instead. It’s pretty important to be able to click on the points and see what specific device you’re looking at.

Anyway, if that’s still not possible, here’s a regular image of the graph!