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Fablet / Phablet/ (PHone tABLET) ::

Fablet / Phablet/ (PHone tABLET)

Fablet is a device whose size is larger than mobile and smaller than tablet. It includes all features of mobile, tablet, desktop and laptop. Main characteristics are, screen is nearly 4 to 5 inches in dimension. Has high processing speed etc are called fablets. A fablet is a smartphone with a 5″ to 6″ screen. With a display larger than traditional smartphones, a phablet offers a better visual experience for viewing Web pages but can be bulky in a small shirt or pants pocket.

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The first Phablet was the Android-based Dell Streak in 2010. A year and a half later, Samsung’s Galaxy Note became the first popular phablet. According to Trademarkia.com, LG applied to trademark the phablet name in 2011.
Most popular Fablets :: Samsung Note 2, LG Optimus L7, Micromax 
If you overlook its price it’s really costly, but it offers best features than any Smartphone. Micromax has also launched its own Fablet at very decant price with very good features in its price range.

Advantages of Fablet ::

  • It is smaller than tablets therefore you can keep it in your packet.
  • Processing capacity is equal to tablet so works really smooth without any lags.
  • Internal memory is also good. There is also option of expanding the memory.
  • Due to its large screen you can watch videos and multimedia files nicely.
  • Battery backup is really good.
  • More importantly it packs Android operating system so you can install as many features as you can.
  • Price is very less than tablet. 
  • It supports multitasking means you work on different tasks at a time.
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