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phablet

[ fab-lit ]
/ ˈfæb lɪt /
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noun Digital Technology.

a mobile device that combines the features of a smartphone and a tablet computer and is larger than a typical smartphone but not as large as a typical small tablet.

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Origin of phablet

First recorded in 2010–15; ph(one)1 + (t)ablet (in the sense “a very small, lightweight computer”)

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