Samsung has had great success with the Note series and popularized the phablet, so why is no one competing with it? Is the iPhone 6 Plus a real threat? Where are the Android OEMs in this form factor?
Phablet shipments will reach 175 million units worldwide in 2014.
A big phone with a small price PROS Large displayFantastic battery lifeSturdy build qualityGreat performance CONS Mediocre cameraDifficult to use one-handed 8.0It’s... a “phablet” device with a beautiful display, sturdy build quality, and exceptional battery life that isn’t going to break the bank. If that’s what you’re looking for, then the Ascend Mate 2 is...
Turns out phablets are just as popular as we thought, and now there’s some data to prove it. Read on for more!
Large-screened handsets – often called phablets – might be niche devices in North America and Europe, but the same can’t be said for most of Southeast Asia.
We explore the origin of the term “phablet”, chart the rise of this hybrid category, and examine why it’s here to stay.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 now has a price tag in the UK, courtesy of retailer Clove. Find out what it is in the rest of the article.
The Galaxy Mega looks very similar to the Galaxy S4 and has an industrial poly-carbonate design. With such a large screen, it’s 7.5mm wider, but 1.4mm thinner than the Galaxy Note 2.
Remember when we (jokingly) called Huawei crazy for unveiling a beastly 6.1-inch phone called the Ascend Mate? Well, Samsung is about to get even crazier, as rumors of a 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega are intensifying.
You don’t need a crystal ball to tell you supersized phones won’t go out of fashion anytime soon, but is there no limit to the pushing of the screen sizes further and further?