The Best Phablets 2019/2020 And Large Smartphones

The Best Phablets 2019 (and 2020) And Large Smartphones

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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.



The List:

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Best Model 2019
Alpha
Rank:
#1
Our
Score:
4.5
Confidence
Level:
OK
* How do we know? Here is how we rank items...

6.7
in.
Display
516
48
MP
Camera
2.96GHz

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.

Second Best
Alpha
Rank:
#2
Our
Score:
4.5
Confidence
Level:
OK
6.3
in.
Display
267
DPI
13
MP
Camera
1.8GHz
Processor Speed

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.


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Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#3
Our
Score:
4.5
Confidence
Level:
OK
6.2
in.
Display
402
DPI
16
MP
Camera
2.1GHz
Processor Speed

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.

Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#4
Our
Score:
4.5
Confidence
Level:
Good
6.8
in.
Display
498
DPI
12
MP
Camera
12GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus boasts a premium-caliber 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 1440p display with support for high-end HDR10+ content.

Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#5
Our
Score:
4.5
Confidence
Level:
OK
Why is a higher score ranking under a lower score?

6.4
in.
Display
403
DPI
48
MP
Camera
2.2GHz
Processor Speed

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.

Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#6
Our
Score:
4.5
Confidence
Level:
OK
6.4
in.
Display
403
DPI
48
MP
Camera
2GHz
Processor Speed

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.

Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#7
Our
Score:
4
Confidence
Level:
Good
6.4
in.
Display
403
DPI
25
MP
Camera
6GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy A50 is a photography-driven middle-class smartphone rigged with specs like a triple-lens primary camera, a 25-megapixel front cam, and an on-screen fingerprint sensor.

Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#8
Our
Score:
4
Confidence
Level:
Good
6.3
in.
Display
401
DPI
48
MP
Camera
2.2GHz
Processor Speed

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.

Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#9
Our
Score:
4
Confidence
Level:
OK
6
in.
Display
402
DPI
13
MP
Camera
4GB
RAM

The ROKiT IO Pro 3D is a 6-inch smartphone whose key specs include glass-less 3D content support, a 13- plus 2-megapixel dual main camera, and a dual-cluster eight-core engine that peaking at 2GHz.

Also Good
Alpha
Rank:
#10
Our
Score:
4
Confidence
Level:
OK
6.5
in.
Display
397
DPI
40
MP
Camera
8GB
RAM

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.

6.6
in.
Display
402
DPI
48
MP
Camera
2.96GHz
Processor Speed

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.

6.1
in.
Display
449
DPI
12
MP
Camera
6GB
RAM

The Sony Xperia 5 features a 6.1-inch HDR OLED display whose elongated 21:9 aspect ratio promises a cinema-like viewing experience.

6.5
in.
Display
264
DPI
13
MP
Camera
1.8GHz
Processor Speed

The Samsung Galaxy A20s rocks a large 6.5-inch screen that stays within low-end territory with its 720p-only definition.

6.3
in.
Display
537
DPI
12.2
MP
Camera
2.84GHz
Processor Speed

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.

*
The word "phablet" is a composite or portmanteau of the words phone and tablet.

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.



6.3
in.
Display
401
DPI
16
MP
Camera
1.8GHz
Processor Speed

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.

6.2
in.
Display
270
DPI
13
MP
Camera
2GHz
Processor Speed

The Motorola One Macro touts a 6.2-inch HD+ (720p) display that shies of some of its rivals' similarly-sized 1080p facades.

6.4
in.
Display
403
DPI
48
MP
Camera
2GHz
Processor Speed

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.

6.1
in.
Display
282
DPI
13
MP
Camera
2GHz
Processor Speed

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.

6.7
in.
Display
393
DPI
64
MP
Camera
8GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy A70s oddly runs on a 2GHz-only octa-core engine, despite a lot of its 2019 contemporaries using 2.5GHz (or faster) chips.

6.7
in.
Display
393
DPI
48
MP
Camera
8GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy A90 5G runs on Qualcomm's eight-core 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855 processor, the go-to chip for several 2019 flagship contenders.

6.4
in.
Display
269
DPI
13
MP
Camera
1.6GHz
Processor Speed

The Samsung Galaxy M10s features a relatively wide 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen that sadly settles for a 720p resolution only.

7.3
in.
Display
312
DPI
12
MP
Camera
12GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G features a 2152 x 1536 (QXGA+) 7.3-inch primary folding screen, which is among the largest in the smartphone world.

6.4
in.
Display
403
DPI
48
MP
Camera
6GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy A50s is an imaging-driven smartphone armed with a three-lens main camera, a 32-megapixel front cam, and a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen.

6.4
in.
Display
269
DPI
25
MP
Camera
4GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy A30s rocks a wide, but low-resolution, 6.4-inch Super AMOLED 1560 x 720 HD+ display.

6.5
in.
Display
458
DPI
12
MP
Camera

The iPhone 11 Pro Max rocks a 6.5-inch 2688 x 1242 Super Retina XDR screen with a 1200-nit HDR brightness level, one of Apple's most-advanced displays as of its release.

6.1
in.
Display
326
DPI
12
MP
Camera

The iPhone 11 is the opposite of exceptional with it comes to raw screen resolution, touting a 1792 x 828 display -- we expected at least a 1080p sharpness.

6.3
in.
Display
435
DPI
12
MP
Camera
2.2GHz
Processor Speed

The Motorola One Action boasts one of the highest screen aspect ratios in the mobile world as of this analysis, at 21:9.

6.3
in.
Display
401
DPI
12
MP
Camera
8GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy Note10 was among the fastest Galaxy Note models when it was released, running on a Snapdragon 855 engine that peaks at 2.8GHz.

6.3
in.
Display
401
DPI
12
MP
Camera
12GB
RAM

The Samsung Galaxy Note10 5G sits alongside some of the fastest models of its time with its 2.8GHz eight-core engine and 12GB RAM.

6
in.
Display
268
DPI
13
MP
Camera
1.6GHz
Processor Speed

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.

6.3
in.
Display
267
DPI
13
MP
Camera
1.6GHz
Processor Speed

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).

6.6
in.
Display
391
DPI
48
MP
Camera
2.96GHz
Processor Speed

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.

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