How big should a phablet be? When does it stop being a phablet and start being a tablet? Tablets usually range from 7 to 10 inches so it’s safe to assume that anything under this size with a phone functionality is categorized as a phablet. In reality, however, these distinctions are starting to become blurred.
Take the Starmobile Diamond D2 for instance. It is technically an Android phone but since it has a huge display, it is called a phablet. But its size, specifically, is 6.8 inches. This is near 7-inches so it should already be a tablet considering its really huge display. But Starmobile obviously catergorizes this one as a phablet.
Labels aside, the Starmobile Diamond D2, a successor to the Diamond D1, is a 6.8-inch phablet with poor display resolution of 540×960 that translates to 162ppi. The main specs include a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB internal storage, 5-megapixel rear camera and 3200mAh battery. The Starmobile Diamond D2 is priced at Php7,990.
Here are the complete list of specs of the Starmobile Diamond D2.