Seeing that Phablet-sized phones are really starting to catch on Samsung is bringing their 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega smartphone to the U.S. market. This is the ideal hybrid mobile device for those who want to experience smartphone portability with the immersive experience of a tablet.
Rumors are in the air that Nokia shall be soon announcing a Windows 8 tablet followed by Nokia Lumia Phablet in September and November respectively. It is believed that if the anonymous email tip sent to Nokiapoweruser turns out to be true, we will definitely get to see these new gadgets soon.
According to the latest rumors, Apple is considering launching a 4.7-inch and a 5.7-inch iPhone models as soon as in 2014 also along with a $99 model in a range of different plastic colors. The media outlet mentions that the decision is yet to be taken but at the same time Apple wants to gain back the share from its tough competitor Samsung. We already know that Samsung has a huge contribution in boosting the mobile industry and becoming a leading cellular manufacturer. Basically Apple here wants to contest with Samsung’s line of Galaxy Note and their other inexpensive phones by offering similar screen sized phones and their low priced $99 model with plastic body (none of them which Apple currently makes).
“What’s thinner than a dime?” is the teaser for the announcement of Razer’s latest product at an event in San Francisco on Thursday. Razer says that it will introduce the new product for their hard core game lovers. Although it hasn’t done a good job with its teaser trailer since it doesn’t give us any idea about the product and eventually feels annoyed with it.
Either you hate on your really like Samsung’s Galaxy Note phablets…err phones. These phones have really become popular because of their large size and ability to act much like a smaller tablet. It looks like we now know the specifications for the upcoming Galaxy Note III, which is said to be unveiled at IFA 2013. There was also a leaked image, which compares the Note III to the current Note II.
First off, can we all agree that Phablet is a terrible name? A Smartphone with a big screen does make a tablet. Second, let’s examine what exactly a “Phablet” is. The difference between a large phone and a small tablet is that a small tablet will run (at least in theory) tablet optimized applications, whereas the large phone is stuck with phone apps. The question is how big is too big for a phone?