If you think of it as a small tablet rather than a big phone, it makes sense. Most people dont really talk on the phone, so in that case phablets make a little sense. I personaly like using my phone one handed, so no use for me.
The note 3 does have a one handed mode, which I think is frankly a little insane...
What he said.
Though Sony have a genius little device out aimed at the phablet/tablet market so you don't have to hold these huge devices up to your face or even take them out your pocket/bag should you wish to actually use it as a phone.
HTC have their version as well:
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Its HTC only though.
Yes, something to consider if you buy the upcoming HTC One Max.
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