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Samsung's Galaxy Note series (Original, II, and 3 pictured)

A phablet (/ˈfæblət/) is a type of mobile device designed to combine the format of smartphones and tablet computers. The name itself is a combination of the words phone and tablet.

Phablets have screens that measure diagonally 5.1–6.99 inches (130–178 mm).[1] This size allows for activities such as mobile web browsing and watching videos.

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  1. Newman, Jared (April 2, 2013). "Phablets Are a Niche, Not a Fad". Time.