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.
Despite a lower review sample, taking into account its compound ranking of 92%, we conclude that the is, as of now, Phonerated's best phone 2019/2020. Phonerated also concludes that our sample of 60 reviews from our sources gives us a safe-enough confidence level that justifies calling it the most interesting choice as of now.
With its 4.5 stars averaged from 100 reviews, here is second best phone. * Our list is based on a full analysis of hundreds of reviews from across the web.
The Huawei Y7 2019 lines up with many higher-class phablets display-wise, touting a 6.3-inch 19:9 facade.
The Ulefone Armor 6E underscores its semi-high-end feature set with a 6.2-inch FHD+ (1080p) 19:9 display toughened by a Gorilla Glass 5 finish.
The Xiaomi Mi 9T is a high-class photography smartphone armed with a 48- plus 8- plus 13-megapixel triple-lens camera, a 20-megapixel pop-out selfie cam, and a 6.4-inch FHD+ (1080p) AMOLED display.
The Motorola Moto Z4 features a spacious 6.4-inch screen with a promising 1000000:1 contrast ratio and flagship-esque aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
The Nokia 7.2 opts for a mid-level 2.2GHz octa-core processor only, instead of shooting for something like a flagship-worthy 2.6GHz chip.
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 OnePlus 7T rocks a 6.55-inch AMOLED screen clubbed with a 90Hz refresh rate and a haptic vibration motor, both promising a flagship gaming experience.
The Samsung Galaxy A20s rocks a large 6.5-inch screen that stays within low-end territory with its 720p-only definition.
The Google Pixel 4 XL touts a 6.3-inch 2K-1440p Flexible OLED display, which is one of Google's highest-specked screens to date.
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 Nokia 6.2 features a 6.3-inch 1080p screen with a damage-resistant Gorilla Glass 3 finish, which sounds just about right for a 2019 mid-level Android.
The Motorola One Macro touts a 6.2-inch HD+ (720p) display that shies of some of its rivals' similarly-sized 1080p facades.
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 Motorola Moto E6 Plus extends its E6 base model's 5.5-inch display to 6.1 inches, but retains the low-class 720p sharpness.
The Samsung Galaxy M10s features a relatively wide 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen that sadly settles for a 720p resolution only.
The Motorola One Action boasts one of the highest screen aspect ratios in the mobile world as of this analysis, at 21:9.
The BLU G5 Plus extends the G5's 5.5-inch 18:9 screen to one measuring 6 inches, befitting those who love binge-watching movies/series on their smartphones.
The BLU G8 sports one of BLU's largest screens as of this review, at 6.3 inches (many of its mid-end rivals do not go beyond 6 inches).
The Asus ROG Phone II is among the first smartphones to feature a 120Hz/1ms screen refresh rate, which likens its interface to that of a full-blown gaming rig.