Is bigger always better? In this its definitely more interesting. The massive 6inch phablet screen will give users the opportunity to cram the screen full of tiles. I like the body design and the 925-ish appearance with slight camera hump on the back. If this works as well as I imagine i’d gladly use this as a daily productivity driver instead of a bigger 7” or 10” tablet. Remind me again why these smartphones are so much more expensive than tablets? Is 6” too big for you or just what you’ve been waiting for?

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  1. 6″ is a little on the too large side, but I am not going to complain.
    Been waiting for this for the last 2 1/2 years!
    Now I just need an SD slot,(deal breaker) and a release date.

    • Yeah it’d be awesome if it had expandable storage. I currently have the 1020 but will consider getting this for a media and companion device.

  2. Hell, an 8″ tablet isn’t much bigger. But it has more memory, expandable storage, real Office, access to a million apps and programs. Oh, and it’s a lot cheaper. Just can’t make phone calls. But that’s what phones are for, right?

  3. Do we know if this device has expandable storage or not? Because we know the SNote3 does, That is kind of a pre requisite on my list, but could be negotiable.
    It is more about the mobile data connection, than having a phone. For me atleast.
    WIFi is not allways available or trustworthy.
    And yes, it is nice to be able to take a call.
    Also, I cannot take an 8″ device everywhere. I already stopped carrying my 5″ device on my daily dog walk 3 years ago. Turns out I don’t really need it, and the one time I did, I had it.
    6″sounds like a bit of a challenge though, but I am up for it.
    Being able to do nearly anything, anytime, anywhere is what it is all about, and is what I have wanted since the early ’80s.

    • That MicroSD expansion is a great thing to include. I’ll probably be getting one and throwing in whatever the largest capacity it can support. The Snapdragon 800 will have that thing smoking fast.

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