The mobile device market offers a huge array of different options for consumers, with various bells and whistles and functions and styles. After the cell phone inherited a big brother in the tablet, the door was open to design devices that would fit somewhere in between the two. Enter the mini-tablet and the “phablet”.
These are essentially all versions of the same tool, with various sizes. Each type of device has similar capabilities, the only difference is whether it will fit in your pocket.
What is a Phablet, Anyway?
According to Wikipedia, a phablet is a mobile device that has a screen between 5-7 inches, larger than an average phone, and smaller than the average tablet.
Which Models are Considered Phablets?
The phablet was ushered in with Samsung’s Galaxy Note, which includes the use of a stylus. Users can sketch and write on-screen. About 10 million phablets have been sold by Samsung since autumn last year.
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