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Juniper: 120 million phablets to ship in 2018

0. phoneArena 21 Jan 2014, 14:04 posted on

Okay, how many out there still think that phablets are a fad? You can put your hands down. Juniper Research, a well-respected firm, says that 120 million units will ship in 2018. Yes, that number means nothing in a vacuum, so we will put some context to it. Last year approximately 20 million phablets were shipped, so Juniper is obviously expecting huge growth in the category...

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posted on 21 Jan 2014, 14:36

1. ihavenoname (Posts: 1377; Member since: 18 Aug 2013)


Not impossible at all. Note-series is huge success and Lite-model is coming. Apple is going to have phablet, Nokia has high-end and mid-range-phablet, Sony has T2 and Z Ultra etc. And then there is China...

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 14:53 1

3. rodneyej1 (Posts: 3539; Member since: 06 Jul 2013)


Don't mention Nokia's high end hardware.. PapaSmurf, and company, don't approve of that...

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 15:10

4. ihavenoname (Posts: 1377; Member since: 18 Aug 2013)


Just sayin that Nokia has phablet on high-end and mid-range price point. Same way like Sammy has Note and Mega.

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 15:33 2

6. CanYouSeeTheLight (Posts: 817; Member since: 05 Jul 2012)


They don't approve extreme Nokia fanboyism, which quite frankly is the only thing you are known for.

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 14:41 1

2. sipha (Posts: 265; Member since: 12 May 2012)


Mmmh, only 20 million last year?? That makes no sense to me.. You once wrote an article that said the note 2 sold 30 million alone and it was release late 2012 so it would stand to reason that it sold something close to 20m alone last year...and thats without counting the note 3 which if it does as well as its predecesor should have reach 10m and not to mention other manufactures!!

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 15:26

5. Topcat488 (Posts: 1141; Member since: 29 Sep 2012)


I'll be carrying 2 phablets this year when Apple comes out with their 5.7" iphone P (P for Phablet). And the Samsung Note 4, because even though i'm still happy with the OG-Note, that thing is Ssssslllllllloooooooowww HEHEHE "Phabs" rule man... :)

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 16:13 1

7. papss (unregistered)


Hell the og note is almost the size of the s4 screen wise

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 16:18 3

8. twens (Posts: 613; Member since: 25 Feb 2012)


People claim Sammy is not innovative but so far they are the only company innovative enough when big screen phones are concerned.

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 16:25

9. papss (unregistered)


I'll say the note 3 was a great device that while owning it enjoyed it but I personally prefer wp8 as an OS so after trying the N3 and G2 I picked up a 1520

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 20:43

13. joey_sfb (Posts: 2898; Member since: 29 Mar 2012)


You prefer and so the whole world must agree that wp is superior.

I have two nokia lumia 625 test units in the shelves for 4 months. No one want to loan it. They took all the iPhone 5s even 5c, all the Sony Xperia phones. Just wp8 is left out. Its puzzling to me that no one wants it even for free!

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 16:59

10. livyatan (Posts: 691; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)


Well, if anything between 5-7 inch in diagonal is considered a phablet screen, then we could very well see those numbers reached this year already.
Samsung S4 will surely sell at least 70 million, and Note 4 at least 30 million by years end.
And the rest of manufacturers can do the rest

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 17:21

11. darkkjedii (Posts: 11163; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)


I hope you don't mean 2014. That phone sold huge in 2013, but with a new edition coming this year, it won't sell anywhere near those numbers. Maybe you meant the "s5," and note 4?

posted on 21 Jan 2014, 17:25

12. livyatan (Posts: 691; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)


Oops, yeah I meant the S5, of course

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