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 Huawei Honor 10 Lite extends its mother model's 5.8-inch screen to a 6.21-inch FHD+ (1080p) facade with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
The Samsung Galaxy J6 Plus mimics some higher-specked phablets by touting a 6-inch display with a wide 18.5:9 aspect ratio.
The BLU Vivo XL4 settles for a 720p-only screen resolution, whereas we expected at least FHD/FHD+ (1080p), considering its 6.2-inch 19:9 facade.
The Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus rocks an expansive 6-inch 18.5:9 display that reminds us of some full-blown flagship phablets, although it sticks to an HD+ (720p) sharpness.
The OnePlus 6T touts an expansive 6.4-inch 19.5:9 display Optic AMOLED display, but opts for a 1080p resolution only, instead of rocking a 1440p (2K) sharpness.
The Sony Xperia XZ3 boasts a premium-class display, in the form of a 6-inch OLED screen with a 2K-1440p definition, Sony's TRILUMINOS display technology, and support for HDR content.
The Motorola Moto G7 features a large 6.2-inch 19:9 LTPS display furbished with Corning's damage-resistant Gorilla Glass 3 technology.
The Huawei P smart 2019 boasts a 19.5:9 display aspect ratio (It has a 6.2-inch screen), which was one of the widest screen setups on the market when it arrived.
The Nokia X71 levels with a good number of high-class 2019 phablets with its 6.4-inch 500-nit-bright 19.3:9 screen.
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.
The Asus Zenfone Max Plus M2 combines a 1.8GHz octa-core processor and a 3GB RAM, which were typical hardware facets for a mid-end smartphone when it debuted.
The Asus Zenfone Max Shot misses the 2019 Q2 flagship benchmark hardware-wise, running on a middle-class eight-core 1.8GHz engine alongside a 4GB RAM.
The Sony Xperia 10 sports a slimmer 6-inch display than many older mid-end contenders because of its expansive 21:9 aspect ratio.
The Nokia 3.2 features a 6.3-inch 19:9 display resembling those of some flagship-caliber phablets in terms of raw screen real estate.
The Huawei Y7 2019 lines up with many higher-class phablets display-wise, touting a 6.3-inch 19:9 facade.
The Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 mimics a lot of high-end phablets with its 6.3-inch 19:9 screen, despite settling for a 720p-only sharpness.
The Huawei P30 Pro is a flagship smartphone that focuses on photography more than anything else, offering specs like a Leica Quad Camera led by a 40-megapixel main lens, a 32-megapixel selfie camera, and 512GB's worth of native memory.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro dials back the original Note 7's 2.2GHz eight-core engine to one running at 2GHz, while bumping its 4GB RAM up to 6GB.
The Xiaomi Redmi 7 sticks to mid-end processing components only, including an eight-core engine peaking at 1.8GHz and no more than 3GB of RAM.