So 2560x1440 displays started arriving on Android phones largely as an arms race to one up competitors phones rather than as a feature we actually needed. I think we can all agree that for anything up to around 5.5" 1080p is perfectly fine. Back in the day when I first got a 1080p phone the most important thing I noticed was that non-mobile websites became readable without zooming because there was just more pixels to represent tiny, tiny text. Do you feel your 1440p phone does this any better? While 1440p certainly looks more like printed paper as you can't see individual pixels, have you found any real benefit to it in actual use?