The phunny name isn't the only criticism when it comes to phablets. Size does matter; and bigger, apparently, isn't always better. Reviewers and consumers alike are calling them awkward, clunky, impractical, and too large for their pockets, faces and fingers.
In a market brimming with as many opinions as products, this man-on-the-street brief review is meant to help you decide what you can expect when you invest both your time and money into the Samsung Note 10.1.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note builds on the success of the Galaxy SII, the best smartphone released in 2011, and comes with some significant improvements, like the addition of the S-Pen stored conveniently in the bottom of the phone.