Smartphones with 4.7- and 5.3" display are trending in the market.
On the other hand, the standard size for most tablets is fixed at 10".
However, if the latest reports are to be believed, a monstrous 22" Android tablet manufactured by ViewSonic is on the way.
According to numerous rumors, few tech journalists have received a media invitation for Computex 2012 conference from ViewSonic.
ViewSonic teases a new 22" tablet in the invite which appears to be running Google's latest mobile Operating System (OS) Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The tablet also shows off an image editor in the invitation.
ViewSonic promotes the 22" behemoth as "Touch and Connect" series tablet.
Touch surely correlates to the touch interface, but it is unclear what ViewSonic is trying to indicate with "Connect" keyword.
It might mean superior connectivity features like 4G LTE network support.
Nothing is quite sure about the hardware configuration.
However, the sudden emergence of a monstrous tablet with more than double the size of normal tablet has shaken up the market.
One thing is certain - the screen size for tablets is going to increase significantly.
Earlier this month, Microsoft VP Frank Shaw revealed in a statement that company's CEO Steve Ballmer has an 80" tablet in his office, which will eventually be released in the market in upcoming months.
ViewSonic's 22" tablet will be a dwarf in front of Microsoft's slate.
ViewSonic's 22" Android tablet will debut at the Computex event that starts on 5th June 2012 in Taipei.
The pricing and other features of this tablet are unknown.
The 22" tablet is probably designed for business usage and is likely to be priced above US$1,000 (€799).
ViewSonic also hinted some other products too, which will be launched at Taipei's Computex event.
The California-based manufacturer is expected to release a new cloud computing solution, interactive electronic billboard, high-end laser protectors and a Windows 8 multi-touch device like Ballmer's 80" tablet.