I have been reading an article in our newspaper which was discussing smartphone screen size in relation to the way we use them. The thrust of the piece being those who use their smartphones for streaming TV, playing back videos, using their phones to display the photos they've taken and general Internet use are more likely to own a 'phablet' sized phone. The second part of the piece could have been written about me - I don't do any of the above, I don't even use it for music. I only tend to use the Internet app if I'm visiting somewhere of interest and I want to reference it on Google, though I do use a news feed. If I use YouTube it's only to find what I want and then I cast it to our large screen TV. I download photos straight to my NAS to display them on our TV. I also use it for messaging plus checking and sending the odd email. Apparently the older you are the more likely you are to use the phone like I do and the younger you are then the more likely you are to own a phablet. The conclusion of the piece was that the iPhone SE or similar would be ideal for someone like me whereas the younger buyer should be getting the 6s plus type phablet phones. I realise that's a generalisation but do others think the piece is broadly correct in its assessment? You sometimes never think of these things until you see it all laid out.