With Sony's Xperia Z5 Premium marking yet another entry in the phablet world at the IFA in Berlin, it interests us to see how the whole new range of phablets compare with each other and if they actually better each other in terms of features, design or endurance.
We compared the iPhone 6 Plus with newer phablets like the Galaxy Note 5, Huawei Mate S and Sony's Xperia Z5 Premium to figure that out. Here's the comparison and our verdict.
While the iPhone 6 Plus boasts of a larger display and a huge internal storage, the recently-launch Xperia Z5 Premium reigns supreme thanks to its 4k display, a powerful battery and an excellent 23MP camera. However, the phablet's 32GB worth internal storage is the lowest of the lot.
The Galaxy Note 5, despite not topping the charts anywhere, turns out with an all-round good show. It's Quad HD AMOLED display, despite not being as great as a 4k display, is more than enough to offer you a great viewing experience. It's 4GB RAM and the 64-bit Exyynos chip should also fare well while multi-tasking or playing HD games.
The Huawei Mate S is a perfect way for Huawei to storm into European markets. Featuring a 13MP camera, 3GB RAM, a FHD display and ability to record 1080p videos, the phablet can be a good alternative for those who wish to own one at a lower price. The phablet is remarkably light for its size as well and you will find it handly enough to last a couple of years.