For the longest time, the industry was split on whether Apple really has a phablet-sized iPhone planned, not least because the company has, on numerous occasions, highlighted the compact form factor of its handsets. In fact, size precisely was one of several major differentiating factor between Apple's iPhones and the entirety of the Android world, which had moved towards five and above inches of screen real estate a while ago. As it turns out, however, Apple obviously felt compelled to finally address the growing demand for a larger-screened iOS device that is not a tablet, and it did.
Indeed, the iPhone 6 Plus is Apple's largest smartphone to date with a massive, 5.5-inch display and a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Despite its lengthy diagonal, the iPhone 6 Plus is nevertheless a pretty slender device and its profile measures in at just 7.1 mm (0.28 in). Inside that body, Apple has outfitted its first phablet with an 8-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization, a custom-designed, 64-bit dual-core A8 processor, and a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
How does the above package compare with the competition, however, down on the specs level? Find out the answer right below!