Although you may think you’re looking at the Galaxy Note III here, it’s in fact a phablet made by a company I admit I haven’t heard of. Actwell is behind the product and it’s called the i6000 and pictured below.
Apparently, this is sort of a premiere, since this is the world’s first 6.5 inch Full HD phablet. The Actwell i6000 is powered by a quad core MT6589 processor and it comes with a 13 megapixel camera at the back, plus a GPS, WiFi and all of that inside a 9.5 mm thick chassis. The back may look a bit like the HTC One X and the Nubia Z5, while upfront we find narrow borders and the Samsung look I was talking about.
This phablet is perhaps a dual SIM Model and hopefully it also has a microSD card slot, 2 GB of RAM and a decent amount of storage. These specs listed in the phrase before are all my speculation, since Actwell didn’t reveal much about the device. What do you think of this device?