I've just discovered gsmarena's wonderfully comprehensive phone finder tool: http://www.gsmarena.com/search.php3 The phone I want is a compact ~ 5" phone with a big battery capacity and at least 32GB internal storage. At the moment I'm achieving this by clinging to a 2013 Galaxy S4 (height 137 mm, width 69 mm) with a 5200 mAh extended battery installed. To find a more modern phone, I added the following requirements to the phone finder: Min year: 2014 Max height: 145 mm, Max width: 72 mm Min RAM: 3GB, Min Storage: 32 GB Min Display Resolution: 1080p, Min Camera Resolution: 12MP Min Battery: 3000 mAh What it found was just 4 phones, none of which are made for Western markets: Hauwei Honor 6 & 7, Xioami Mi4, Sony Vibe Shot I know I can bring several more phones into my list of options by relaxing the battery capacity requirement to something like 2600 mAh and relaxing the minimum width requirement to something like 74 mm. But I just hate the reluctance of manufacturers to putting large batteries in phones and the gradual upward size creep of flagships that used to be 5" (with a handset width of about 70 mm) a couple of years ago. IMO the two main size options for flagships should be 5" and 5.5-5.7", not 5.2-5.3" and 5.5-5.7". No question here...just a rant EDIT: Should add, I also put OS requirement of Android, and minimum display size requirement of 4.9" in my search. Actually, here's a question - Is there an upcoming phone for western markets that might satisfy my requirements?