Top 10 Best Phablets 2018

This page is offered ad-free, in exchange for "Check Price" buttons to lead to stores you know, which pay us a commission that has no effect on your price. Items are chosen regardless of price by our review crawler and commented by human analysts. Learn about our constantly-updating ranking system

Phonerated maintains this list (last updated June 2018) of the best phablets ranked according to our unique ranking system based on specs, average review ratings, and our phablet profiler's objective appreciation, among other criteria. Consequently, the 1st best phablet shown in this list should be your best bet as of now, but subsequent phablet models are also worth a look.

* Smartphones qualifying as a phablet for this best of list must have a display size of at least 6 inches.

#1. The Huawei Honor View 10

Photo of the Huawei Honor View 10.
Average Rating:
90%


Description:

The Huawei Honor View 10 makes a beeline for the flagship phablet shelves, with specs like a 16- plus 20-megapixel dual camera, an AI-imbued 2.36GHz (top speed) eight-core Kirin 970 engine, and 6GB's worth of RAM in its arsenal

Phablet-specific features:

    Display size: 5.99 inches
    Screen resolution: 2160 x 1080
    Display fineness (DPI): 402.99 dots per inch

More:




#2. The OnePlus 5T

OnePlus 5T picture.
Average Rating:
90%


Description:

The 6.01-inch (Gorilla Glass 5 finish) OnePlus 5T challenges other flagship smartphones with specs like dual rear cameras (16- and 20-megapixel cams), a 2.45GHz eight-core processor aided by 8GB's worth of RAM, and a 16-megapixel selfie cam in tow.

Phablet-related features:

    Display size: 6.01 inches
    Screen resolution: 2160 x 1080
    Display fineness (DPI): 401 dots per inch

More:


Don't Choose The Wrong Phone!

Let Us Find Your Perfect Phone!

Our quick Celliminator cell phone finder tells you your best phone in less than a minute. Try it now or start here with the first question:

Question #1: Should it be a smartphone or not?

A) Smartphones only.
B) Regular, "dumb" phone only. No smartphones please!

#3. The LG V30

LG V30 picture.
Average Rating:
90%


Description:

Top-notch specs like a 538ppi 6-inch QHD+ (2880 x 1440) OLED FullVision display, a quad-core 2.45GHz processor with 4GB of RAM, and a 4K-video-capable (with Hi-Fi audio recording) 16-megapixel + 13-megapixel rear camera setup make the V30 a formidable LG phone.

Phablet-related specs:

    Display size: 6 inches
    Screen resolution: 2880 x 1440
    Display fineness (DPI): 538 dots per inch

More:

#4. The Samsung Galaxy Note8

A picture of the Samsung Galaxy Note8.
Average Rating:
88%


Description:

The Galaxy Note8 threatens a lot of already-established premium smartphones with a 6.3-inch WQHD+ (2960 x 1440) Infinite Display, 6GB of RAM (eight-core 10nm CPU), and Samsung's own Bixby voice assistant leading its specs.

Phablet-specific specifications:

    Display size: 6.3 inches
    Screen resolution: 2960 x 1440 (Quad HD+)
    Display fineness (DPI): 521 dots per inch

More:

#5. The Huawei Mate SE

A picture of the Huawei Honor 7X.
Average Rating:
86%


Description:

The Huawei Honor 7X looks to join other 2017 multimedia-oriented phablets, with specs like double rear cameras (16- plus 2-megapixel), a 5.93-inch FHD+ FullView screen with a wide 18:9 aspect ratio, and an octa-core engine clocked at 2.36GHz + 1.7GHz in tow.

Phablet-specific features:

    Display size: 5.93 inches
    Screen resolution: 2160 x 1080
    Display fineness (DPI): 407.55 dots per inch

More:

#6. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro

Photo of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
Average Rating:
86%


Description:

The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is a 6-inch (FullView OLED) smartphone that builds around its Kirin 970 eight-core AI processor (2.36GHz + 1.8GHz) with specs like a Leica Dual Camera setup (20-megapixel + 12-megapixel) and 6GB of RAM.

Phablet-related specs:

    Display size: 6 inches
    Screen resolution: 2160 x 1080
    Display fineness (DPI): 402 dots per inch

More:

#7. The Vivo V7+

Photo of the Vivo V7 Plus.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

The V7+ is a high-ranking phablet for Vivo's selfie-focused clientele, featuring a 24-megapixel selfie camera, a 5.99-inch 18:9 FullView screen with 2.15mm-thin bezels, and a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera as its highlight specs.

Phablet-specific features:

    Display size: 5.99 inches
    Screen resolution: 1440 x 720
    Display fineness (DPI): 268.8 dots per inch

More:

#8. The BLU Vivo XL3 Plus

Photo of the BLU Vivo XL3 Plus.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

Rocking a 6-inch screen diagonal, the BLU Vivo XL3 Plus is a middle-class phablet whose specs include a 16-megapixel flash-equipped selfie camera, a 3000mAh battery promising up to 30 hours of talk time, and a sub-standard 1.4GHz quad-core processor.

Phablet-related specs:

    Display size: 6 inches
    Screen resolution: 1440 x 720
    Display fineness (DPI): 269 dots per inch

More:

#9. The HTC U11+

A picture of the HTC U11 Plus.
Average Rating:
94%


Description:

The Edge-Sense-equipped HTC U11 Plus is a flagship phablet whose key specs include a rarely-seen 4-mic system (with HTC BoomSound and USonic), an eight-core CPU coupled with 6GB of RAM, and a large 6-inch 1440p Super LCD 6 screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio.

Phablet-specific specifications:

    Display size: 6 inches
    Screen resolution: 2880 x 1440
    Display fineness (DPI): 537 dots per inch

More:

#10. The Huawei Note 8

Photo of the Huawei Note 8.
Average Rating:
89%


Description:

Huawei's answer to other 2016 flagship phablets comes in the form of the 6.6-inch (Quad HD) Note 8, which operates on a 2.5GHz + 1.8GHz split-octa-core Kirin 955 engine alongside 4GB of RAM and 4500mAh of battery power.

Phablet-specific specifications:

    Display size: 6.6 inches
    Screen resolution: 2560 x 1440
    Display fineness (DPI): 443 dots per inch

More:



You Should Also Check These Out:

* Prices shown are only indicative. They were recently fetched by our system and may have changed meanwhile.

X

Your Compare List




X
Full Menu
Privacy Policy  •  Our Mission  •  Contact Us
Copyright 2009-2018 Phonerated.com