» Physically big, not market-share big

Flurry says phablets don’t make up a significant portion of the installed base of smartphones yet.

Phablets appear to make up an insignificant part of the device installed base, and do not show disproportionally high enough app usage to justify support.

Appropriate caveat: Flurry can only check devices running apps that use their analytics service. So maybe phablet users are huge into apps that don’t use Flurry’s analytics. And you should know that I am linking to this because it backs up my preconceived notions, by which I mean my back-of-the-envelope estimates of Galaxy Note sales.

Also, as long as we’re doing full disclosure, I hate the name “phablet” with a fiery passion.