Asus Fonepad Note FHD 6 throws its hat in the big-screen ring, does stylus fencing with an Intel CPU
Asus got unnerved by all the gigantic 5.5"+ phones flowing around these days, and came out with a unique solution of its own. The Asus FonePad Note sports a 6" Full HD display, a stylus, and is powered by a dual-core 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z2560 processor.
The chipset certainly sets it apart from all the other phablets out there (actually Asus directly called it a tablet). We also get 2 GB of RAM, 8 MP camera on the back and dual front stereo speakers, as is all the rage these days, starting with the HTC One. The 6" display panel is with 1080x1920 pixels of resolution, making it the first Full HD 6" phone announced, and is of the Super IPS-LCD+ variety, which ensures peak brightness of 450 nits and great viewing angles.
There's a longish stylus tucked in a silo here, just like in Samsung's own Note family, and the Asus phablet sports HSPA+ radio, which will allow you to talk on GSM networks and download stuff with speeds up to 42Mbit/s, if your provider supports them.