A simple Google search for the word "Phablet" returns the Wikipedia entry for Phablets as the first returned result. I was going to link to it for you but then figured if I can put forth the effort to do that then you can to.The thing I'm noticing is "Phablet." Is this seriously a term being thrown around. Did someone just coin this or is this a term that's flown over my head?
If you aren't a 13 year old girl, you sure talk like one.
I seriously cringe every time I hear that term. And everyone here seems to be adopting it readily. I won't call it that, though. Sounds too close to FAPlet.Well if that's the case then it puts a lot of speculation to bed. The thing I'm noticing is "Phablet." Is this seriously a term being thrown around. Did someone just coin this or is this a term that's flown over my head? Yikes...
The 6 only has 1 gb, that's been known for weeks. You jelly of meIf you aren't a 13 year old girl, you sure talk like one.
.....and unless I've missed something, who is to say there will be a RAM difference vs the regular 6 to begin with? What if they both have 2gb? Then will you be "jelly" that your extra RAM will go to powering a display you can hardly hold, while the 6 uses it for extra processing power?
I'll be glad when this is settled and we can move onto the iPad and possibly the iPod T."Early benchmarking using the Geekbench application suggests that the processor is dual core, and has a frequency of 1.4 GHz. It's paired with 2GB RAM. The iPhone 6 Plus is consummately slick and zippy in use"
Is this actually true? I thought issues regarding AMOLED saturation were solved a while ago, no? And I thought Samsung's display was considered one ofif not thebest.On another note, I'll take Apples RGB accurate LCD display over the Samsung over saturated AMOLED junk any day of the week.
No. Well, maybe it was solved but Samsung and most of the other players still oversaturate like crazy.Is this actually true? I thought issues regarding AMOLED saturation were solved a while ago, no?