What are your thoughts on 4K screen resolution? Do you feel it's overkill on a smartphone platform? Is it worth sacrificing overall battery life? Do you feel 1080P is more than enough on a smartphone? With the latest device (Droid Turbo) not really seeing "advertised" battery life, are numbers and bragging rights worth the battery hit? Please keep in mind, this thread it's not intended to bash the Turbo, we all know it's an amazing device. I was thinking, it would be a great option for manufacturers to give us a choice to toggle our screen resolution on upcoming 4K phones. We all know that 4k screens are huge battery hogs and have a major impact on overall battery life. I believe the LG G3 was one of the first latest gen flagship devices we really had a chance to witness this on. The G3 is an amazing device but, had they gone with a 1080p screen it would be one of the top devices in the battery life department. That being said, its 4K screen was the G3s main selling point, so I understand their intent, I'm just wondering what everyone's thoughts are. G3 owners love their device "as is", so I know it's not really an issue for them per se'. I just wonder if future 4K smartphones would benefit from having an option to toggle resolution, and if said option would have more appeal. Everyday smartphone use doesn't require 4K and 90% of the time it's being wasted, (imho) so is it really worth the battery hit? What do you guys think? With more and more phones being released with 4K, do you feel (in the grand scheme of things), that 4K on a smartphone is overkill, or is 1080P sufficient? Please share your thoughts.