When it comes to evaluating the next big thing, we turn to our secret weapon: the TUAW braintrust. We put the question to you and let you have your go at it. Today's topic is smartphones. When it comes to display size, is bigger really better?

Recently, a number of manufacturers have produced touch-based smart phones roughly the size of baby dolphins. At 5.3" the Galaxy note makes the iPhone look like a wee little girly man in comparison.

Is the iPhone a sad shrunken remnant of outdated smartphones? Or are the new jumbo-sized units on the market our new pumped-up smartphone overlords? Sure, size matters -- but in which direction?

You tell us. Place your vote in this poll and then join in the comments with all your analysis.

Do consumers really want bigger smartphones?
Hell yeah. Look at the iPad? People want more pixels, and they want it in a size that's still pocket friendly.887 (8.5%)
Hell no. The iPhone is designed for *human* hand sizes, not just for NBA stars.3757 (36.0%)
While I would welcome a mini-Pad tablet in Apple's iOS line-up, I see no reason to mess with the iPhone and its success story.845 (8.1%)
I think the iPhone could grow a little bigger, but nowhere as big as, say, the Galaxy Note.4695 (44.9%)
Lemur man, lemur man, does what ever a lemur can. Great big eyes? Listen bub, he's got primate in his blood, oh yeah...he is the lemur man132 (1.3%)
Something else. I'll tell you in the comments.132 (1.3%)

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