We define phablets as a smartphone having a large-display 6 inches or more.
These days, all of the major Android smartphone manufacturers have phablet or large smartphone models in their lineups. Screen sizes vary from 6-inch to 6.5, but anything 7-inch and higher is a tablet or a connected tablet (see our coverage of the best tablets at our sister site AlphaChooser.com).
Check out this list of the latest phablets to capture our attention.
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The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro features a 6.53-inch Dot Drop display with support for HDR content, underscoring its focus on games and multimedia.
The OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren boasts a 6.67-inch 90Hz AMOLED screen, which sounds like a miniature version of some high-specked gaming monitors.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is a photography-driven high-end phone fitted with a penta-lens camera (108-megapixel main lens), a 5260mAh battery, a 6.47-inch 3D Curved AMOLED screen.
The Motorola Moto G8 Plus cuts corners performance-wise, opting for a middle-class 2GHz eight-core engine, instead of shooting for something like a high-end 2.5GHz chip.
The Motorola One Zoom just about hits our 2019 upmarket sweet spot for smartphone screens, touting a 6.4-inch OLED facade with a 19:9 aspect ratio.
The Samsung Galaxy A20s rocks a large 6.5-inch screen that stays within low-end territory with its 720p-only definition.
A phablet combines the best of both worlds - the large display of a tablet and the cellular call functionality, portability and Internet connectivity of a phone. So far, most new phablets released are high-end devices with capable specs.