A phablet (/ˈfæblət/, /-lɪt/) is a mobile device combining or straddling the size formats of smartphones and tablets. The word is a portmanteau of phone and tablet.[1]

The discontinued Samsung Galaxy Note series popularized the phablet form factor.

Phablets feature large displays that complement screen-intensive activity such as mobile web browsing and multimedia viewing. They may also include software optimized for an integral self-storing stylus to facilitate sketching, note-taking and annotation.[2] Phablets were originally designed for the Asian market where consumers could not afford both a smartphone and tablet as in North America; phones for that market are known for having "budget-specs-big-battery" with large low resolution screens and midrange processors, although other phablets have flagship specifications.[3][4] Since then, phablets in North America have also become successful for several reasons: Android 4.0 and subsequent releases of Android were suited to large as well as small screen sizes, while older consumers preferred larger screen sizes on smartphones due to deteriorating eyesight.[5] Examples of earlier devices with similar form factors date to 1993.[1][6][7][8] The term "phablet" became increasingly widespread in the industry from 2012 to 2014[9] although its usage has declined since as average smartphone sizes eventually morphed into small tablet sizes, up to 6.9 inches.[10]

As of 2020, most budget and entry-level Android smartphones constitute the phablet form factor, as they utilize a minimum of 6.5-inch screen size and a height of 160 mm or higher. This was first popularized by Chinese brands Oppo and Infinix Mobile in 2019, which began producing larger-screen budget smartphones for developing markets such as Bangladesh, India, South Africa and Indonesia. Samsung also started producing large-screen budget smartphones since 2020, with the introduction of Samsung Galaxy A21.

DefinitionEdit

 
The discontinued LG V series

The definition of a phablet has changed in recent years due to the proliferation of larger displays on mainstream smartphones, and smartphones designed with thin bezels and/or curved screens to make them more compact than other devices with similar screen sizes. Thus, a device with a "phablet-sized" screen may not necessarily be considered one.[11][12]

Current phablets typically have a diagonal display measurement between 6.5 inches (170 mm) and 7 inches (180 mm).[13][14][12] In comparison, most flagship smartphones released in 2021 have a screen size of over 6 in (150 mm), with larger versions of mainstream flagships (such as iPhone 13 Pro Max, Pixel 6 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G) using over 6.6 in (170 mm) displays.[12] PhoneArena argued that the S7 Edge was not a phablet, as it has a narrow and compact build with a physical footprint more in line with the smaller-screened Nexus 5X, due primarily to its use of a display with curved edges.[11]

In 2017, several manufacturers began to release smartphones with displays taller than the conventional 16:9 aspect ratio used by the majority of devices, and diagonal screen sizes often around 6 inches. However, in these cases, the sizes of the devices are more compact than 16:9 aspect ratio devices with equivalent diagonal screen sizes.[12][15]

HistoryEdit

 
The Dell Streak received mixed reviews for its large size and dated software despite its pioneering design.

OriginsEdit

In tracing the 10 earliest devices in the history of the phablet concept, PC Magazine called the 1993 AT&T EO 440, "the first true phablet",[16] followed by the following devices:

However, the form factor did not become popular until the arrival of the Galaxy Note in the 2010s. The Android-based Dell Streak included a 5-inch (130 mm), 800×480 display and a widescreen-optimized interface. Reviewers encountered issues with its outdated operating system, Android 1.6, which was not yet optimized for such a large screen size, and the device was commercially unsuccessful.[17][18][19]

Introduction of the Galaxy Note and its competitorsEdit

 
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series with 6.3 inches and 6.8 inches screens

The Samsung Galaxy Note[20] used a 5.3 inches (130 mm) screen. While some media outlets questioned the viability of the device,[21][22] the Note received positive reception for its stylus functionality, the speed of its 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, and the advantages of its high resolution display. The Galaxy Note was a commercial success; Samsung announced in December 2011 that the Galaxy Note had sold 1 million units in two months. In February 2012, Samsung debuted a Note version with LTE support.[23] By August 2012, the Note had sold 10 million units worldwide.[24] In late 2012, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note II, featuring a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, a 5.55 inches (141 mm) screen and the ability to run two applications at once via a split-screen view. The Note II also incorporated a refreshed hardware design based on the Galaxy S III, with a narrower, smoother body.[25][26] International sales of the Galaxy Note II reached 5 million in two months.[27] The 2012 LG Optimus Vu used a 5-inch (130 mm) display with an unusual 4:3 aspect ratio – in contrast to the 16:9 aspect ratio used by most smartphones.[17] Joining the Galaxy Note II on many carriers' lineups in 2013 was the nearly-identically-sized LG Optimus G Pro, released in April.[28]

In late-2012 and early 2013, companies began to release smartphones with 5 inch screens at 1080p resolution, such as the HTC Droid DNA and Samsung Galaxy S4. Despite the screen size approaching those of phablets, HTC's design director Jonah Becker said that the Droid DNA was not a phablet.[29][30] HTC would release a proper phablet, the HTC One Max – a smartphone with a 5.9 in (150 mm) screen and a design based on its popular HTC One model, in October 2013.[31]

Examples of Android phablets with screens larger than 6 inches began appearing in 2013 with the Chinese company Huawei unveiling its 6.1 in (150 mm) Ascend Mate at Consumer Electronics Show and Samsung introducing the Galaxy Mega, a phablet with a 6.3 in (160 mm) variant, which has midrange specs and lacks a stylus compared to the flagship Galaxy Note series.[32][33][34] Sony Mobile also entered the phablet market with its 6.4 in (160 mm) Xperia Z Ultra.[35]

As a variation of the concept, Asus and Samsung also released otherwise small-sized tablets, the FonePad, Galaxy Note 8.0 and Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, with cellular connectivity and the ability to place voice calls.[36] Later that year, Nokia also introduced Windows Phone 8 phablets, such as the 6-inch Lumia 1520.[37]

 
The HTC One Max, a phablet introduced in 2013

iPhone 6 Plus and its successorsEdit

In September 2014, Apple released its first phablet, the 5.5 in (140 mm)-inch iPhone 6 Plus; the introduction of the new model reversed a previous policy under late Apple CEO Steve Jobs not to produce a mid-sized device larger than the iPhone or smaller than the iPad, which were 3.5 inches and 9.7 inches, respectively, at the time of his death. While Apple's iPad heavily dominated the tablet market, the void in their lineup left an opening for intermediate-sized devices, with other handset manufacturers already jumping on the trend of producing larger screen sizes to suit all niches.[38][39]

In September 2018, Apple introduced the iPhone XS Max; the first phablet iPhone to feature the reduced bezel form factor, using the OLED screen, replacing the Touch ID into the new facial recognition system called Face ID which is enabled by the TrueDepth front facing camera since the iPhone X doesn't have a larger variant; iPhone 8 Plus is the final phablet iPhone to feature the Home Button and Touch ID introduced in 2017.[40]

In September 2022, Apple introduced the iPhone 14 Plus; the first phablet iPhone to reduce the price since both iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 doesn't have a larger 6.7-inch display size option found on both iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max.[41] The iPhone 14 Pro Max remained the higher price counterpart to the iPhone 14 Plus.[42]

Spiritual successors to the Galaxy Note phonesEdit

In January 2021, Samsung Electronics announced the Galaxy S21 Ultra; the first phablet despite the Samsung Galaxy Note series, it supports the S Pen accessory, albeit sold separately and with limited functionality. It features a 6.8" 1440p "Dynamic AMOLED" curved display with HDR10+ support, "dynamic tone mapping" technology, and a variable 120 Hz refresh rate.[43]

However, no successor to the 2020 Galaxy Note20/Galaxy Note20 Ultra would be unveiled at the 2021 launch event, which would only focus on unveiling the new foldable phones (including Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3).[44]

In February 2022, Galaxy S22 Ultra became the first Samsung Galaxy S phone to include a built-in S Pen and the major upgrade over the 2021 Galaxy S21 Ultra.[45]

SalesEdit

 
Talking on a 6.4-inch phablet (Sony Xperia Z Ultra)

Engadget identified falling screen prices, increasing screen power efficiency and battery life, and the evolving importance of multimedia viewing as critical factors in the popularity of the phablet.[46] Phablets also satisfy a consumer need – for the perfect sized device, since smartphones may be too small for viewing and tablets lose their portability – fuelling their global market growth. Phablets have also been popular with an older demographic of smartphone users – their large screens provide a benefit to those with deteriorating eyesight.[47][48]

In April 2013, Doug Conklyn, vice president of global design for Dockers told Fox News that the company reworked the size of its pants pockets "to accommodate the growing size of smartphones".[49] For women, a small handbag can easily accommodate a phablet, but not most tablets.[50]

In January 2013, IHS reported that 25.6 million phablet devices were sold in 2012 and estimated that these figures would grow to 60.4 million in 2013, and 146 million by 2016.[33] Barclays projected sales of phablets rising from 27 million in 2012 to 230 million in 2015.[51] In September 2013 International Data Corporation (IDC) reported that its research indicated that phablets "overtook shipments of both laptops and tablets in Asia in the second quarter of 2013".[52]

In 2014, Business Insider predicted phablets would outsell smartphones by 2017.[53] Speaking with CNET in 2014, David Burke, Vice President of Engineering at Google, said "If you gave them a phablet for a week, 50 percent of [consumers] would say they like it and not go back".[54]

In Q1 2014, phablets made up 6% of US smartphones sold. In the first quarter of 2015, phablets accounted for 21% of all smartphones sold in the US, with the iPhone 6 Plus making up 44 percent of those phablets sold.[55]

DevicesEdit

Brand Model Screen Diagonal Size Display Aspect Ratio Notched/Cutout Operating System Year Launched
Apple iPhone 6 Plus[56][57] 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No iOS 2014
iPhone 6S Plus[58] 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No iOS 2015
iPhone 7 Plus[59] 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No iOS 2016
iPhone 8 Plus[60] 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No iOS 2017
iPhone XS Max 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes iOS 2018
iPhone 11 Pro Max 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes iOS 2019
iPhone 12 Pro Max 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes iOS 2020
iPhone 13 Pro Max 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes iOS 2021
iPhone 14 Pro Max 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes iOS 2022
iPhone 14 Plus 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes iOS 2022
ASUS ZenFone 5 6.2 inches (16 cm) 2.08:1 (187:90) Yes Android (ZenUI) 2018
ZenFone 6 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (ZenUI) 2019
ZenFone 7 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (ZenUI) 2020
ZenFone 8 Flip 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (ZenUI) 2021
BBK Electronics OnePlus One 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (CyanogenMod) 2014
OnePlus 2 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Oxygen OS) 2015
OnePlus 3 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Oxygen OS) 2016
OnePlus 3T 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Oxygen OS)
OnePlus 5 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Oxygen OS) 2017
OnePlus 5T 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (Oxygen OS) 2017
OnePlus 6 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2018
OnePlus 6T 6.44 inches (16.4 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2018
OnePlus 7 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2019
OnePlus 7 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (Oxygen OS) 2019
OnePlus 7T 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2019
OnePlus 7T Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (Oxygen OS) 2019
OnePlus 8 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2020
OnePlus 8 Pro 6.78 inches (17.2 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2020
OnePlus 8T 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2020
OnePlus 9 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS/ColorOS) 2021
OnePlus 9 Pro 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS/ColorOS) 2021
OnePlus 9R 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS/ColorOS) 2021
OnePlus 9RT 6.62 inches (16.8 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS/ColorOS) 2021
OnePlus 10 Pro 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS/ColorOS) 2022
OnePlus Ace 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2022
OnePlus 10R 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2022
OnePlus Ace Racing 6.59 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2022
OnePlus 10T 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Oxygen OS) 2022
Oppo Find X 6.42 inches (16.3 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (ColorOS) 2018
Oppo Find X2 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2020
Realme 1 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (ColorOS) 2018
Realme 2 6.2 inches (16 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2018
Realme C1 6.2 inches (16 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2018
Realme 2 Pro 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2018
Realme U1 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2018
Realme 3 Pro 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2019
Realme X 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (ColorOS) 2019
Realme 5 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2019
Realme 5 Pro/Q 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2019
Realme XT/X2 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2019
Realme X2 Pro 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2019
Realme 5s 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2019
Realme 5i 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2020
Realme X50 6.57 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (ColorOS) 2020
Realme C3 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme 6 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme 6 Pro 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme 6i/Narzo 10 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme Narzo 10A 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme 6s 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme X3 SuperZoom 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme Narzo 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme C3i 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme X3 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme C11 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme C15 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme V5 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme C12 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme V3 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme X7 Pro 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme 7 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme 7i 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme C17 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme Narzo 20/20A/20 Pro 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme Q2/Q2i 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme C15 Qualcomm Edition 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme 7 5G 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2020
Realme C20 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme V11 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme Narzo 30A/30 Pro 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme C21 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme C25 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme V13 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme X7 Pro Ultra 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme 8 5G 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme Q3/Q3i 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme C20A 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme Narzo 30 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme Narzo 30 5G 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme C25s 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme C11 2021 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme C21Y 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme GT EME 6.55 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme 8i 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme 8s 5G 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme C25Y 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme GT Neo2 6.62 inches (16.8 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme V11s 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme Narzo 50A/50i 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme Q3s/Q3t 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2021
Realme GT2 6.62 inches (16.8 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme GT2 Pro 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme 9i 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme C35 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme 9 Pro 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme Narzo 50 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme V25 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme 9 5G Speed Edition 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme 9 5G (India) 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme Narzo 50A Prime 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme GT Neo3 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme C31 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme Q5i 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme Q5 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme Q5 Pro 6.62 inches (16.8 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme V23 6.58 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme 9 5G 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme Narzo 50 5G 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme GT Neo3T 6.62 inches (16.8 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme C30/Narzo 50i Prime 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Realme GT2 EME 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (Realme UI) 2022
Vivo NEX 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.14:1 (193:90) No Android (FuntouchOS) 2018
Vivo NEX Dual Display 6.4 inches (16 cm)[a] 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (FuntouchOS) 2018
Vivo NEX 3 6.9 inches (18 cm) 2.08:1 (187:90) No Android (FuntouchOS) 2019
Vivo X50 6.56 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes Android (FuntouchOS) 2020
Vivo X60 6.56 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes Android (FuntouchOS) 2021
Google Nexus 6 5.96 inches (15.1 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2014
Nexus 6P 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2015
Pixel XL 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2016
Pixel 2 XL 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android 2017
Pixel 3 XL 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.05:1 (37:18) Yes Android 2018
Pixel 3a XL 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android 2019
Pixel 4 XL 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) No Android 2019
Pixel 4a (5G) 6.2 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android 2020
Pixel 6 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android 2021
Pixel 6 Pro 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android 2021
HMD Global/Nokia Nokia 7 Plus 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android 2018
Nokia 8 Sirocco 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2018
Nokia 7.2 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android 2019
Nokia 9 PureView 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android 2019
Nokia 8.3 5G 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android 2020
HTC One Max 5.9 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (HTC Sense) 2013
U11 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (HTC Sense) 2017
U Ultra 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (HTC Sense) 2017
U11+ 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (HTC Sense) 2017
U12+ 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (HTC Sense) 2018
Huawei Ascend Mate 6.1 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2013
Ascend Mate 2 6.1 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2014
Ascend Mate 7 6 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2014
Mate S 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2015
Mate 8 6 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2015
P9 Plus 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2016
Mate 9 5.9 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2016
Mate 9 Pro 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2016
P10 Plus 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2017
Mate 10 5.9 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (EMUI) 2017
Mate 10 Pro 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (EMUI) 2017
P20 Pro 6.1 inches (15 cm) 2.07:1 (187:90) Yes Android (EMUI) 2018
Mate 20 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.07:1 (187:90) Yes Android (EMUI) 2018
Mate 20 Pro 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (EMUI) 2018
Mate 20 X 7.2 inches (18 cm) 2.07:1 (187:90) Yes Android (EMUI) 2018
Y Max 7.12 inches (18.1 cm) 2.07:1 (187:90) Yes Android (EMUI) 2018
P30 Pro 6.47 inches (16.4 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (EMUI) 2019
Mate 30 6.62 inches (16.8 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (EMUI) 2019
Mate 30 Pro 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.04:1 (37:18) Yes Android (EMUI) 2019
P40 Pro 6.58 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes Android (EMUI) 2020
Mate 40 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes Android (EMUI) 2020
Mate 40 Pro 6.76 inches (17.2 cm) 2.06:1 (37:18) Yes Android (EMUI) 2020
Nova 8i 6.76 inches (17.2 cm) 2.21:1 Yes Android (EMUI) 2021
P50/P50 Pro 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes HarmonyOS 2021
Nova 9 6.57 inches (16.7 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (EMUI)/HarmonyOS 2021
Nova 9 Pro 6.72 inches (17.1 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes HarmonyOS 2021
Nova Y60 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (EMUI) 2021
Nova 9 SE 6.78 inches (17.2 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (EMUI) 2022
Huawei P50E 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (11:5) Yes HarmonyOS 2022
Huawei Nova Y70/Y70 Plus 6.75 inches (17.1 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (EMUI) 2022
Huawei Enjoy 50 6.75 inches (17.1 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes HarmonyOS 2022
Huawei Nova Y90 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (EMUI) 2022
Huawei Nova 10 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (EMUI)/HarmonyOS 2022
Huawei Nova 10 Pro 6.78 inches (17.2 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes HarmonyOS 2022
Huawei Enjoy 50 Pro 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes HarmonyOS 2022
LG Electronics Optimus G Pro 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Optimus UI) 2013
G Flex 6 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Optimus UI) 2013
G Pro 2 5.9 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Optimus UI) 2014
G Flex 2 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Optimus UI) 2015
V10 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (LG UX) 2015
V20 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (LG UX) 2016
V30 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (LG UX) 2017
V40 ThinQ 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (LG UX) 2018
V50 ThinQ 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (LG UX) 2019
V60 ThinQ 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (LG UX) 2020
Velvet 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (LG UX) 2020
Microsoft Mobile/Nokia Lumia 1320 6 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Windows Phone 8 2013
Lumia 1520 6 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Windows Phone 8 2013
Lumia 640 XL 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Windows Phone 8.1 2015
Lumia 950 XL 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Windows 10 Mobile 2015
Motorola Mobility Moto Z 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2016
Moto Z2 Play 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2017
Moto Z3 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android 2018
Moto Z4 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android 2019
Edge/Edge+ 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android 2020
One 5G 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.3:1 (7:3) Yes Android 2020
One Fusion+ 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android 2020
Moto G stylus 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android 2021
Samsung Electronics Galaxy Note (original) 5.3 inches (13 cm) 1.6:1 (8:5) No Android (TouchWiz) 2011
Galaxy Note 2 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (TouchWiz) 2012
Galaxy Note 3 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (TouchWiz) 2013
Galaxy Note 3 Neo 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (TouchWiz) 2014
Galaxy Note 4 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (TouchWiz) 2014
Galaxy Note Edge 5.6 inches (14 cm) 1.6:1 (8:5) No Android (TouchWiz) 2014
Galaxy Note 5 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (TouchWiz) 2015
Galaxy S6 Edge+ 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (TouchWiz) 2015
Galaxy Note 7 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Samsung Experience) 2016
Galaxy Note FE 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (Samsung Experience) 2017
Galaxy Note 8 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.05:1 (37:18) No Android (Samsung Experience) 2017
Galaxy Note 9 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.05:1 (37:18) No Android (Samsung Experience) 2018
Galaxy S8+ 6.2 inches (16 cm) 2.05:1 (37:18) No Android (Samsung Experience) 2017
Galaxy S9+ 6.2 inches (16 cm) 2.05:1 (37:18) No Android (Samsung Experience) 2018
Galaxy S10+ 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2019
Galaxy S10 5G 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2019
Galaxy Note 10+ 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2020
Galaxy S20+ 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2020
Galaxy S20 Ultra 6.9 inches (18 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2020
Galaxy S20 FE 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2020
Galaxy Note 20 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2020
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 6.9 inches (18 cm) 2.14:1 (19.3:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2020
Galaxy S21+ 6.7 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2021
Galaxy S21 Ultra 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2021
Galaxy S22+ 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (19.5:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2022
Galaxy S22 Ultra 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.14:1 (19.3:9) Yes Android (One UI) 2022
Sony Mobile Xperia Z Ultra 6.4 inches (16 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2013
Xperia Z5 Premium 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2015
Xperia XZ Premium 5.46 inches (13.9 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2017
Xperia XZ2 Premium 5.8 inches (15 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android 2018
Xperia XZ2 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 (18:9) No Android 2018
Xperia XZ3 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 (18:9) No Android 2018
Xperia 1 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.33576642:1 (21:9) No Android 2019
Xperia 1 II 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.33576642:1 (21:9) No Android 2020
Xperia 1 III 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.33576642:1 (21:9) No Android 2021
Xperia PRO-I 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.33576642:1 (21:9) No Android 2021
Xiaomi Mi Note 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2015
Mi Note Pro 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2015
Mi Max/Max Prime 6.44 inches (16.4 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2016
Mi Note 2 5.7 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2016
Mi MIX 6.4 inches (16 cm) 1.8:1 (17:9) No Android (MIUI) 2016
Mi Max 2 6.44 inches (16.4 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2017
Mi Note 3 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2017
Mi MIX 2 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (MIUI) 2017
Mi MIX 2S 6 inches (15 cm) 2:1 No Android (MIUI) 2018
Mi 8 6.2 inches (16 cm) 2.08:1 (187:90) Yes Android (MIUI) 2018
Mi Max 3 6.9 inches (18 cm) 2:1 No Android (MIUI) 2018
Mi MIX 3 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (MIUI) 2018
Mi 9 6.4 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2019
Mi Note 10/10 Pro 6.47 inches (16.4 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2019
Mi 10 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Mi 10T/10T Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Mi 10T Lite 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Mi 11 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Mi 10i 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Mi 10S 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Mi 11 Pro 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Mi 11 Ultra 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9)[a] Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Mi 11i 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
MIX 4 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (MIUI) 2021
Xiaomi 11T/11T Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Xiaomi 12 Pro 6.73 inches (17.1 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Xiaomi 11i/11i HyperCharge 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Xiaomi 12 Pro Dimensity 6.73 inches (17.1 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Xiaomi 12S Pro 6.73 inches (17.1 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Xiaomi 12S Ultra 6.73 inches (17.1 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi Note 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2014
Redmi Note 4G 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2014
Redmi Note Prime 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2014
Redmi Note 2/2 Prime 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2015
Redmi Note 3 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2016
Redmi Note 4 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2017
Redmi Note 5A/5A Prime 5.5 inches (14 cm) 1.7:1 (16:9) No Android (MIUI) 2017
Redmi 5 Plus 5.99 inches (15.2 cm) 2:1 No Android (MIUI) 2017
Redmi Note 5/5 Pro 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2:1 No Android (MIUI) 2018
Redmi Note 6 Pro 6.26 inches (15.9 cm) 2.1:1 (19:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2018
Redmi Note 7/7S 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2019
Redmi Note 7 Pro 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2019
Redmi Note 8/8T 6.3 inches (16 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (MIUI) 2019
Redmi Note 8 Pro 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2019
Redmi K30/K30 5G 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2019
Redmi Note 9S 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi K30 Pro/K30 Pro Zoom 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi Note 9 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi Note 9 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi K30 5G Racing 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi K30i 5G 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 10X 4G 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 10X 5G/10X Pro 6.57 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 9/9 Prime 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 9A/9AT/9i 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 9C/9C NFC 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 9 (India) 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi K30 Ultra 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi K30S Ultra 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi Note 9 4G 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi Note 9 5G 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 9 Power 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2020
Redmi 9T 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 9T 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi K40/K40 Pro/K40 Pro+ 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 10 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 10 5G 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi K40 Gaming 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 10T/10T 5G 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi 10/10 Prime 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi 9 Activ 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi 9A Sport/9i Sport 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 10 Lite 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 11 5G 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 11 Pro (China) 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 11 4G 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 11T 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2021
Redmi Note 11 Pro/11 Pro 5G 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi 10 2022/10 Prime 2022 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi K50G 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi Note 11E 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi Note 11E Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi Note 11 Pro+ (India) 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi 10C/10 (India) 6.71 inches (17.0 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi K40S 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi K50/K50 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi 10 5G 6.58 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi Note 11S 5G 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi 10A/10A Sport 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi 10 Power 6.71 inches (17.0 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi Note 11SE 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi Note 11T Pro/11T Pro+ 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Redmi K50i 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) Yes Android (MIUI) 2022
Pocophone F1 6.18 inches (15.7 cm) 2.08:1 (187:90) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2018
Poco X2 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2020
Poco F2 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (MIUI for POCO) 2020
Poco M2 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2020
Poco X3/X3 NFC 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2020
Poco M2 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2020
Poco C3 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2020
Poco M3 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2020
Poco F3 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco X3 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco M2 Reloaded 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.16:1 (13:6) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco M3 Pro 6.5 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco F3 GT 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco C31 6.53 inches (16.6 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco X3 GT 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco M4 Pro 5G 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2021
Poco X4 Pro 5G 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2022
Poco F4 GT 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2022
Poco M4 5G 6.58 inches (16.7 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2022
Poco C40 6.71 inches (17.0 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2022
Poco X4 GT 6.6 inches (17 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2022
Poco F4 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MIUI for POCO) 2022
ZTE Nubia X[61][62] 6.26 inches (15.9 cm)[a] 2.1:1 (19:9) No Android (Nubia UI) 2018
Nubia Z20 6.4 inches (16 cm)[a] 2.16:1 (13:6) No Android (Nubia UI) 2019
Axon 20/20 5G 6.9 inches (18 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) No Android (MiFavor) 2020
Axon 30 Pro/30 Ultra 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MiFavor) 2021
Axon 30 6.92 inches (17.6 cm) 2.27:1 (41:18) No Android (MiFavor) 2021
Axon 40 Pro 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) Yes Android (MiFavor) 2022
Axon 40 Ultra 6.8 inches (17 cm) 2.2:1 (20:9) No Android (MiFavor) 2022
  1. ^ a b c d Denotes a phone with a smaller second rear display (diagonal size is of main display)

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External linksEdit

  •   Media related to Phablets at Wikimedia Commons
  •   The dictionary definition of Phablets at Wiktionary