Samsung Galaxy A9 could be the company’s new 6 inch phablet

Indian import listing database, Zauba has revealed the existence of the #Samsung #GalaxyA9 smartphone sporting a massive 6 inch display on board. This could be an upgraded model of the #GalaxyA8 that was launched in July this year sporting a 5.7 inch display. Since this is merely an import listing for now, there’s no word on the

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Mystery ZTE phablet reportedly being tested over at T-Mobile

It seems like T-Mobile’s device lineup could get a substantial uplift in the coming days. Evleaks has revealed the image of a new ZTE phablet, which is apparently being tested by the carrier. We only have the image to go with and no details on launch or hardware specifications at the moment. From the looks of

Motorola Phablet

New leak reveals possible Motorola phablet

We’ve been hearing reports about the Moto X+1 and some of its hardware features. But this new video leak might be our best look of the device yet, as it is caught posing next to the Nexus 5. This handset can be considered a phablet as it is visibly larger than any Motorola smartphone we’ve

HTC One M8 Mini and M8 Ace phablet rumored

A new rumor has revealed the existence of the HTC One M8 mini as well as a large sized phablet called the M8 Ace. This comes just a day after the HTC One M8 was announced, so we’re taking it with a pinch of salt for the time being. This rumor stems from the ever

LG kicks off global rollout of the G Pro 2 starting from Asia

LG has officially begun the global rollout of the G Pro 2 phablet beginning from Asia. Although the entirety of the continent isn’t covered in this new wave of rollout, the Korean manufacturer is expected to bring it to more regions gradually. Prior to this, the smartphone was only available in South Korea. The smartphone

Huawei Phablet

Image of Huawei’s upcoming 7 inch phablet leaked out

Huawei seems to have big plans for the MWC later this month. After the company’s Ascend P7 smartphone was leaked a few days ago, we have now managed to stumble across a new 7 inch phablet from the company. This image spotted on Chinese social site Weibo shows the smartphone posing alongside the Samsung Galaxy

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Boost Mobile launches Boost MAX phablet for $299.99 off contract

Sprint’s prepaid subsidiary, Boost Mobile has just announced a super cheap budget phablet for just $300. Boost Mobile is simply calling it the Boost MAX with no mention of the original manufacturer, so we’re guessing Boost Mobile has struck a deal with some Chinese OEM to bring the phablet to the U.S. This is something Verizon did

LG confirms the launch of the G Pro 2 phablet next month

The LG G Pro 2 was rumored to be launching next month and LG has just provided confirmation of that through its official blog. Although the Korean manufacturer refrained from giving away details about the smartphone, it is clear that the smartphone will be shown off in less than a month at the MWC event

HP to launch a 5.5 inch Android phablet next week: Rumor

HP has been relatively silent in the Android smartphone segment, although it is very active in the tablet segment with the launch of several Android tablets. The company is now reported to be working on a phablet to rival the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Mega and other midrange phablets of that kind. This smartphone

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Huawei PhoPad could be new phablet at CES 2014

The Huawei PhoPad is the latest in a line of what appears to be a surprisingly large number of permutations that can be created from the words tablet, smartphone, and pad. Already, we have the generic phablet, which we use to refer to smartphones that are around five inches and above; the fonblet, which Samsung

Phablet shipments are on the rise: IDC

Phablet shipments are on the rise: IDC

The popularity of supersized smartphones is increasing, according to the figures of the phablet shipments recorded in IDC’s research which covers the third quarter of 2013. These phablets, which measure between 5 inches and above, accounted for 21 percent of the 261.1 million total smartphone sales during the aforementioned quarter. The number marks a 3

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HTC One Max goes official with a 5.9 inch display, fingerprint scanner

After months of waiting and speculations, the HTC One Max phablet has gone official earlier today. Although the details aren’t completely out yet, it’s being said that the UK and Asia will get it first this week followed by other European regions over the next couple of weeks. The U.S. will reportedly get the smartphone later this

Pantech Phablet

Pantech sends out invites for a possible phablet launch

Korean manufacturer Pantech isn’t exactly the most popular smartphone maker in the world, being overshadowed by bigger and powerful corporations like Samsung and LG in the mobile industry. However, it seems like the company has something big under wraps. Pantech has begun sending out invites for an event scheduled for October 10, while teasing a phablet.

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The Phablet May Define What is the Ideal Android Phone

The phablet will define what is the ideal Android phone. I can hear the shrieks of horror already. These ungainly 5.3-inch or larger smartphones, labeled phone tablets, must surely be a niche market product. I mean, who wants to hold a platter to their ear? Think what you might, Samsung has sold over 30 million

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LG Vu 3 to be released in October

The LG Vu 3 will be unveiled in October, according to the Korean publication ETNews. The device will be pitted against the recently-unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Both the LG Vu 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sport large displays over 5 inches as well as flaunt powerful innards. LG Vu 3 specifications The


More HTC One Max photos leak, showing fingerprint sensor

  Codenamed the HTC 8088, the phablet HTC One Max is revealed once again on Chinese micro-blogging portal Weibo. The user has uploaded a few images showing different screens on the phone in Chinese and the back, front and side of the phablet. First off, the HTC One Max fingerprint sensor on the back of the