"The phablet term encompasses devices within the 5.5-6.9" screen range, according to the company." Really?So,what is then one of the first phablet Note 1?
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015Apple finally jumped onto the Phablet bandwagon. Which bandwagon will Apple jump onto next?maybe android bandwagon.....lol
Apple finally jumped onto the Phablet bandwagon. Which bandwagon will Apple jump onto next?
"The larger displays provide a more appropriate stage for mobile gaming and multimedia content consumption."
...and legibility of fullsize desktop webpages typically 1000px wide without zooming and panning.
Joe, 28 Jan 2015Its called not letting your company die. What do you expect them to do sit back and bankrupt? ... moreIf samsung does the same then it is copy but if apple did then it survival of the fittest, keep shareholders happy... blah blah blah.. what a total load of c**p..
Anonymous, 28 Jan 2015Steve Jobs: No one is going to buy a big phone. Apple: Let's copy all the other companies a... moreApple sure loves to copy other companies. In fact, that is all they are good at. Next, they will add a stylus onto their phone.
Veronica, 28 Jan 2015So true lolIts called not letting your company die. What do you expect them to do sit back and bankrupt? Not their fault samsung throws out crap every day (samsung mega super mega duper mega) 6.9" phone and people fall for it and it works lol. Gotta stay with the market and keep shareholders happy.
Last time i checked .. samsung made a camera called ZOOM and its pretty much big samsung galaxy series with big len but no phone functionality. Also they have thousands of tablets and thousands of phones with exact same functions which is called LAG.
iPhone 6+ is a giant iPod and not a phablet since it's DRAM deficient causing issues like Safari reloads, lacks precision pen input, split screen multitasking, etc.
20% seems a bit low considering the trend of increasing screen sizes. 5.5 inch is a norm now
also would be more interesting to know the future of small (8 inch) tablets