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Phablet: The paradigm shift - comments from readers
Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Friday 15 March 2013]
  • Posted on Mar 22, 13:45

    But could it play Angry Birds?
  • Posted on Mar 15, 17:32

    I used to have a Samsung flip phone in 2003 that was super small, and now the Note II is bigger than my palm, what happened!?
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