65 inches x 2.54 = 165 centimeters

65 inches = 65 x 2.54 = 165.1 cm

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  • If they went all the way to 4.8 or 5 inches, I'd try that too. I think its a bit too big but hey, what do I know, I'd probably like it once I got used to it. The current phones are still too small--for me. As long as it fits in a Jeans pocket, I'm good.

    If they went all the way to 4.8 or 5 inches, I'd try that too. I think its a bit too big but hey, what do I know, I'd probably like it once I got used to it. The current phones are still too small--for me. As long as it fits in a Jeans pocket, I'm good.

  • If they went all the way to 4.8 or 5 inches, I'd try that too. I think its a bit too big but hey, what do I know, I'd probably like it once I got used to it. The current phones are still too small--for me. As long as it fits in a Jeans pocket, I'm good.

    If they went all the way to 4.8 or 5 inches, I'd try that too. I think its a bit too big but hey, what do I know, I'd probably like it once I got used to it. The current phones are still too small--for me. As long as it fits in a Jeans pocket, I'm good.

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    Personally, if it were up to me, I'd have them make a 4.3 or 4.5 inch iPhone, and probably stick with the existing 2x resolution. Primarily it would improve readability of web pages, but hey that's what I spend a lot of my time doing.

5 feet and 5 inches = 65 inches

IMHO, it all depends on the way you are doing the number... I would say "1/2 inch", but would probably say ".5 inches" or ".5 OF AN inch". Just maybe accepted use of language with no steadfast rule.