Big Screen Mobiles (Phablets) Price List In India

Showing you a list of 381 mobile phones in India that have a screen size of 5.5-inches and above, a.k.a Phablets. Even the mighty Apple had to bow down to the demand of big phones, started by the Samsung Galaxy Note series in 2011. These devices have also questioned the existence of tablets, since they're big enough to be used well for reading and video consumption. 

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Big Screen Phablet Mobiles - Top 10 Products

ProductsPrice in IndiaValue for Money
Micromax Canvas Mega 4GRs. 6,99983 / 100
Motorola Moto G4 Plus 32GBRs. 14,99995 / 100
Samsung Galaxy J7 PrimeRs. 17,45093 / 100
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (16GB)Rs. 11,29991 / 100
Vivo V3 MaxRs. 18,56589 / 100
Samsung Galaxy On7Rs. 8,99077 / 100
Oppo F1sRs. 16,79977 / 100
Samsung Galaxy On8Rs. 15,90086 / 100
Lenovo Vibe K5 Note (4GB)Rs. 16,20093 / 100
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016)Rs. 15,80085 / 100
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3Rs. 11,99994 / 100

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It might seem like a smartphone with a big 5.5-inch screen is a norm nowadays, but not too long ago, phones did not used to be this big. Back in 2005, touchscreen phone sizes averaged between 2.8 to 3.5 inches. The first iPhone's modest 3.5-inch screen size that appeared adequate back in 2007, seems like so tiny when you look at it now. Although the iPhone wasn't the first phone to have a touchscreen, they sure brought a revolution in the way touchscreens are used around the world today. Prior to the iPhone, resistive touchscreens were the dominant type of touchscreens. These required you to use a stylus and were not suitable to be used with fingers. The user interfaces were also created with a stylus as the primary pointing device. By introducing a capacitive touchscreen and a finger-friendly multi-touch interface, the world started shifting towards this method of input. Add to the fact that smartphones started becoming devices of entertainment, it added to the demand for bigger phones.

There are other factors that contributed to bigger phones. For one, the spec wars made companies race each other to create bigger products than the competition. With bigger screens came higher screen resolutions; numbers that were originally heard more so on bigger screens like desktop monitors or laptops. Think about it - an average smartphone today easily has about the same and increasingly more number of pixels than a computer screen, which is many times bigger. Increasing smartphone sizes also proved to be an easy solution to the world's biggest problem with smartphones - battery life. By making phones bigger, it gave manufacturers more room to fit in a bigger battery, which would not only compensate for the increased power requirement of a big phone, but help it last longer than a comparable smaller screened phone.

Products from Samsung like the Galaxy Note series were the pioneers in creating a successful lineup of big screen phones. Even the mighty Apple, who was determined to keep their iPhone easy to use with one hand, succumbed to market pressure by releasing a comparably bigger iPhone 6 and an even bigger iPhone 6 Plus with a 5.5-inch screen. The term phablet was coined to define this category of phones, arising from a mixture of the words phone and tablet. The story for people who prefer a reasonably sized phone is grim (with a screen size of 5 inches or less), as most smartphones have been bigger in size than their predecessor, leaving them with fewer and fewer choices.

Then there are also tablets that are typically 7-inches or bigger, which have a calling facility. We haven't considered them in this price list, as we find them impractical of being used as devices to make phone calls.
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