I prefer to determine who's in the minority & who's not by taking a look at sales figures and looking at which companies survive year after year.
We've seen a number of cycles where companies that come into the market, undercut the others prices & then fall victim to the next entrant. It's not sustainable and a few months/years later support tanks. If you want to continue relying on these least expensive manufacturers, be my guest. It's not for me.
The ThickPhones and their accompanying belt holsters are no longer among us. Thin enough phones that you can put into a case if you desire or not if you don't & plug into an external battery when needed make up the vast majority of phones sold this decade.
But you go ahead and and refer to the best selling phones as paper thin phones because of course it's your opinion that determines who's in the minority.