The 1st part is here.

Galaxy Note 4

The phone’s face is mostly dedicated to the size of the screen, minimizing the phone framework as much as possible. The MediaPad X1 boasts a quad-core HiSilicon Kirin 910 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 13MP rear camera that challenges most entry level DSLR cameras.
Nokia Lumia 930

                                               930                                                 520                                            
Release Date                         June 2014                                      April 2013
Screen size (inches)              5.00                                               4.00
Resolution                             1440×2560 pixels                          720×1280 pixels 
RAM                                      2GB                                               512MB 
Rear camera                          20-megapixel                                 5-megapixel

MediaPad X1

The biggest sized screen of 2014 is probably awarded to the 7-inch MediaPad X1 by Huawei.

Sony Xperia Ultra

The Sony Xperia Ultra was once considered the world’s slimmest HD smartphone, and its creators refuse to let it be forgotten. The updated version released in 2014 was given a 6.44-inch screen with 1080×1920 resolution, compared to 720×1080 on the 2013 model. It’s in line with the competitors with 2GB of RAM and an 8-megapixel camera.

Ever since Microsoft bought the Nokia line, they’ve been doing great things. The 930 is awe inducing and drool worthy, and definitely no exception. Here’s a comparison of the phone to the 520 released in 2013. 

There are many more releases in 2014, all around 6.0 – 7.0 inches. What’s the future of cell phones looking like? In our opinion if development continues down this road, low end tablets may very well be rendered obsolete. In any case, it does seem like the phablet category will continue to grow and gleam and demand our attention with bigger better faster devices. Don’t forget to work out those hand muscles!

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