ATLANTA, GA, February 10, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The Atlanta phone repair
professionals at LifeLine Repairs discuss the popularity of "phablets," smartphones with a diagonal screen size larger than five inches, and what 2014 has in store for this mobile trend.
The combination of a smartphone and tablet initially received some negative feedback from a lot of critics, namely the fact that these devices were too large for portable use and would not fare well in the market. After all, the increasing prevalence of slender, lightweight phones from retailers like Apple and Samsung makes it seem as if phablets are heading in the opposite direction, but that is simply not the case.
Researchers like Techanalysis Research predict that phablet sales will indeed outdo small tablets (those with screen sizes less than eight inches) in 2014 by a long shot. 175 million of these devices are estimated to sell this year, compared to a hopeful 165 million for their non-mobile counterparts.
A look at smartphone designs in the last few years would suggest this is not entirely surprising. The Atlanta iPhone repair
company notes cases are getting thinner and more streamlined as screen sizes are expanding.
According to Matt McGee, Founder of LifeLine Repairs, "People want to be able to do more on their phones without being burdened by bulky size. This is precisely why phablet sales are going up and why they will continue to go up."
Lifeline Repairs is a top Atlanta iPad repair
business. You can find out more about what they do by visiting http://lifelinerepairs.com/
.About LifeLine Repairs:
In today's society's fast-paced environment, LifeLine understands that mobile devices are essential for a complete life. Their business is centered on keeping you connected with your world by offering high-quality cell phone repair in Atlanta, as well as parts and service. Their team acknowledges that your mobile devices are your lifeline.
For more information, visit http://lifelinerepairs.com/