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Phablet Best in Market For 2016

A phablet is a small pocket-sized mobile device that is a bit larger than the size of an average smartphone, ranging in size from 5.5 inches and up are considered phablets.

Phablets are easy to carry compare to tablets and works similar to smartphones, so for professionals who want to present some presentations quickly or  reply emails on the go  then phablets are really compact so easy to carry in the pocket.

Here we present reviews on best phablets of 2016 . Also Read Best Android phones of 2016

 

Phablet from Samsung:Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Samsung’s Note series came up with a boom in 2016 with the Note 7. The phablet has stunning features like dual-edged, 5.7-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD screen with a 2,560 x 1,440-pixel resolution, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, and big 64GB of internal storage. The Note 7  iris scanner, which uses a scan of your eye’s unique tissue pattern to unlock your phone’s screen, secure your apps and data, and, in the near future, authenticate payments. The Note 7 ships with Samsung’s proprietary stylus, the S Pen, which can perform such tasks as jotting notes and enlarging images on the Note 7’s screen. The phone is a bit more durable than your average phablet, too, given it features Corning’s cutting-edge Gorilla Glass 5 and an IP68-certified dust- and water-resistant unibody .

Phablet from Apple: Apple iPhone 6S Plus

Phablet iPhone 6s plus

Phablet iPhone 6s plus

Since many years apple launching 3.5-to-4-inch phone size, But now Apple also entered into the world of the phablet with the iPhone 6 Plus. . The phablet comes with a 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels at a PPI of 401 pixels per inch. It has the same aluminum body, but now it comes in rose gold, too. Apple also upgraded the rear camera to 12 megapixels and the front-facing shooter to 5 megapixels. The speedy A9 processor and 2GB RAM keep things moving, and iOS 9 looks as bright and colorful as ever while 3D Touch takes iOS to another level. It’s a truly incredible device for iOS users who’ve always wanted a phablet.

 Phablet from OnePlus: OnePlus 3

Phablet OnePlus-3

Phablet OnePlus-3

The OnePlus 3 progresses a lot on its predecessor OnePlus 2 and gains marks for being one of the best phones you can buy for $400. There’s no invite-system this time around, so you can buy one right now, and the device is best suited to the phablet segment given its 5.5-inch build. The OnePlus 3 offers an all-metal body, an AMOLED display with 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution, a Snapdragon 820 processor, and a surprising 6GB of RAM to help you multi-task quickly. Moreover, if you were a fan of the sandstone backing the company first popularized with its previous devices. You don’t have to completely say goodbye, as OnePlus now offers a sandstone case. Which is plus to OnePlus 3. It comes with 64GB of internal storage, which makes this phablet.With its top-notch specifications and low price point, a steal.

Phablet from Google :Nexus 6P

Phablet Nexus 6P

Phablet Nexus 6P

Google finally made a lovely phablet with the Nexus 6P, which it built with Huawei. The all-metal device has a stunning 5.7-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. Like all Nexus devices, it’s running the purest form of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and it’ll get regular updates,.Which isn’t something any other Android phone can say. The 6P is also one of the first Android devices with a fingerprint sensor and support for Android Pay. A 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 8-core processor and 3GB of RAM power the 6P, and it also supports USB Type-C quick charging. With its low $500 price and super spec sheet, it’s our favorite Android phablet.

 LG V10

phablet LGV10

phablet LGV10

LG’s V10 is a real powerhouse. The V10 can take a flip on the pavement safe with its stainless steel frame and scratch-resistant Dura Guard silicon back. It’s got a huge 5.7-inch screen, which is made up of two displays. The second, 160 x 1,040 pixel IPS screen sits modestly above the primary IPS QHD (2,560 x 1,440 pixel) screen. The extra screen is always on, shows notifications, and gives quick app access. LG cracked the power button, which houses a fingerprint sensor.On the back of the device and cut down the bezels to nothing on this phone. There’s also the matter of the impressive Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, 4GB of RAM, and the sharp 16-megapixel camera to contend with.

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