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You’ll soon have nowhere to run from the phablet revolution

04
Feb
2014

Do you hate giant-sized smartphones? Well too bad — it’s increasingly looking like they’re the future of mobile computing. Bob O’Donnell’s TECHnalysis Research has come out with some new data projecting that phablets such as the Galaxy Note 3 and the Nokia Lumia 1520 will become increasingly popular in the coming years and are set to surpass shipments of notebooks and desktops this year alone. In fact, phablets are proving to be so popular that O’Donnell projects that they’ll even eclipse total tablet shipments by 2017. Essentially, O’Donnell thinks that phablets hit a terrific sweet spot for many consumers: They’re cheaper to buy than large tablets and yet they have large enough screens to be used as a primary computing device

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