The volume slider in stock Android and AOSP-based ROMs is anchored to your phone's volume rocker — it's a nice touch that makes the software feel like it compliments the hardware, as the volume dialog expands from where your finger pressed the physical button. Trouble is, the volume menu has a static height, so the realism of this effect is somewhat dampened when you have a phone with a larger screen, making the volume slider look relatively tiny as a result. Thankfully, this appears to be changing.