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Apple may soon launch big-screen iPhones this year and the latest rumour is that the company’s first phablet will be nearly as big as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 in size.
The device is 150mm long and 85mm wide which means that the device will be almost similar in size to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 phablet, which is 151.2mm long and 79.2mm wide.
iPhone’s screen size is at least 5-inch. Several reports in the past too have claimed that Apple is working on smartphones with 4.7- and 5.5-inch screens, which are likely to be unveiled in September this year.
The speculations has become strong after Japan Display, a major Apple supplier, unveiled a 5.5-inch display panel with 2K resolution (2560x1440p) earlier this week.
The jump to 2K resolution would be a big one for Apple as iPhones only support 1136x640p resolution. This panel would also mean that the next iPhone would have pixel density of 538ppi, much higher than the 326ppi of Apple’s Retina display.