6-Inch Motorola Monster Rumoured for Q3 Launch

New owner Lenovo is set to continue flushing devices out through the Google-era product development pipeline, with reports suggesting the Motorola "phablet" is scheduled to appear in Q3 of 2014. The device, previously expected to have a 6.3-inch display, is now just referred to as being a six-incher, with a late-summer arrival expected. [GForGames] Read More >>

Review: Nokia Lumia 1320 is a Perfectly Usable Pocket Monolith

Microsoft’s newly acquired phone division is pumping out the hardware at great pace, with the Lumia 1320 offering six inches of fun and a 5-Megapixel camera for capturing evidence of said fun. It won't win any beauty contests, or smallest-phone contests, but it’s not terrible. Don't be a Windows Phone denier, it’s really not that bad. Read More >>

Sony's Xperia T2 Ultra is 2014's Latest Whopper

Sony's announced a new mid-to-high-end "phablet" model today, with its Xperia T2 Ultra arriving in both normal and dual-SIM options. It combines a 1080p display with a 13-Megapixel camera, with Sony plumbing its quad-core Qualcomm MSM8928 chipset into 1GB of RAM. Read More >>

Rumour/Guesswork/Fantasy Hints at 5-Inch iPhone 6 for Next Year

A Japanese magazine has made the not-particularly-bold claim that Apple will release an iPhone 6 in September of 2014, as you might expect. However, it reckons Apple might be preparing another size bump for its next model, which could see iPhone enter 5-inch "phablet" territory. Read More >>

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How to Decide Which Phablet's Right For You (and How to Justify Owning One)

The phablet isn't a new phenomenon, but it's only recently taken off with Sony and HTC jumping on the obscenely-big smartphone bandwagon. Want to understand the art of the impractical Android? Phone experts Recombu have a few video tutorials you may want to watch first... Read More >>

Motorola Betting Big on Giant Note-Rivalling Xplay Phablet

You can hardly call yourself a mobile phone manufacturer these days if you don't have at least one hilariously sized handset in your arsenal, and in the phablet stakes Motorola is definitely playing catch up. Keeping up with the Joneses, Moto is now said to have a giant 6.3-inch Xplay handset in the works. Read More >>

Samsung Plans Technically "Bendable" Plastic OLED Display for Limited Edition Galaxy Note III

Samsung may well be the first company to actually deliver on the endless promise that flexible displays are on the way, with a limited edition Galaxy Note III with a plastic OLED screen said to be in production. Read More >>

HTC One Max Pictured Alongside Samsung's Competing Whoppers

Yet more photos have emerged of the still unannounced HTC One Max, this time giving us an even better idea of the device's size thanks to the lucky user sticking it next to a couple of Samsung Galaxy Note models for comparison. Read More >>

6-Inch Nokia Lumia 1520 Phablet to Come Sept 26th? Meanwhile, Lumia 1020 On Sale Today

Things are moving quickly in Nokiasoft world, with the company's new Lumia 1020 launching today and online rumour suggesting the super-sized 6-inch Lumia 1520 should see an official launch announcement and accompanying party on September 26th. Read More >>

Samsung Galaxy Note III: A Little Bigger Screen, a Lot Better Guts (Updated: Hands-On Video)

Surprise surprise, there's a new Galaxy Note. Whodathunkit? But with the Mega on the scene, the new Note III isn't the leader of the pack when it comes to screen-size anymore. It's getting just the tiniest bump in screen size. But don't worry; it's bigger on the inside. Read More >>

How Many of You Own a Phablet?

Phablets seem to be winning the device category war that's going on right now, at least in Asia. More phablets are being sold than both laptops and tablets combined, which begs the question: How many phablets are in the hands of Brits? And would you really buy one instead of a laptop? Read More >>

This Is the First Phone With a 4K Video Camera

This is Acer's new giganta-smartphone, the Liquid S2, and it's sitting on a fairly impressive secret: it's the world's first phone to pack a 4K-capable video camera. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy Mega Review: Giant Phone Causes Existential Crisis

Hey, look at this phone, I say to my girlfriend. That's not a phone. That's a tablet, she says. Exactly. Read More >>

Rumoured 6-inch Nokia Lumia 1520 "Phablet" Photographed

That huge great thing to the right there is alleged to be the Nokia Lumia 1520, the phone company's first go at entering the monster phone/tablet hybrid space. Read More >>

The Samsung Galaxy Note III Could Be an Absolute Beast

We've heard quite a few rumours touting the incoming Samsung Galaxy Note III's physical stature, but not a heck of a lot about the internals. If this report by notorious Samsung-leaker SamMobile is to be believed, the Note III will be a full HD 5.7-inch octa-core-packing beast. Read More >>

Samsung's Got Another Note For Us in Berlin

If you were in any doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Note III is on its way, this little teaser, which not-so-subtly states "note the date" for Samsung's IFA keynote on September 4th, should put that to rest. How big will it be though? Can anyone stomach a 7-inch phablet? Samsung's got to one-up Sony's 6.44-incher, right? [Facebook] Read More >>


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