We have once again compiled the list of the best phablets released in 2014. In case we missed any notable one, do let us know. If you must know, a phablet is a large smart phone.
5.) Nokia Lumia 1520
The Nokia Lumia 1520 is a great phablet that has got so many things right. Build quality, great camera, good looking screen, and exceptional battery life.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 remains the best Windows Phone available today and has just about everything you could want in a phablet. This is the best Lumia device you could get for yourself.
Read the full review HERE.
4.) LG G3
The LG G3 is an impressive device announced in 2014. It is reasonably priced, and packs amazing features which include a Quad HD display, a fantastic camera with laser auto focus, micro SD card slot, removable battery, and innovative rear button design.
The device has a 5.5-inch display, with a lovable premium design and tiny bezels. The G3 is a winner from LG.
3.) Huawei Ascend Mate 7
Huawei has been doing a lot of work lately, including pushing into the Nigerian market. Though they have been duly advised to work on their brand perception.
The Mate 7 is one cool phablet, featuring a 6-inch full HD display and a metal design that’s a far cry from the budget phones the company is known for. It’s a big device, with plenty of Android UI customizations which some may or may not like, all these are bundled with a strong battery life.
The Huawei Ascend Mate 7 gives you an affordable great phablet experience.
2.) Apple iPhone 6 Plus
Apple surprised many by launching a phablet, the iPhone 6 Plus. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are the same except for size, bigger battery capacity, and optical image stabilization in the camera.
The camera on the iPhone 6 Plus is tough to beat in terms of quality and usability. Apple’s implementation of time-lapse videos, slow motion, and HDR are incredible. On this device, you have lovely high-quality design, in an all metal body and a great display, without forgetting the feature rich Apple ecosystem. For those tied to Apple, the iPhone 6 Plus is a phablet you should get for yourself.
1.) Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Since their launch of the Note series, Samsung has ruled the Phablet domain, and the trend has continued with the Galaxy Note 4. Samsung manages to differentiate itself from competition by filling the Note 4 with features that takes advantage of the big screen size, the S Pen integration is notable example, and its something you can’t find elsewhere.
There may be some bloatware or too many unnecessary features, but Samsung’s software is neatly backed by some of the best performing hardware around. The hardware is top-notch, there’s a fantastic display, plenty of power and endurance packed into this device.
If you’re looking for the best big screen experience, then look to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.