Lenovo Phab 2 Plus-It’s BIG-Innovative 13 MP dual cam and powerful

The Phab line of devices is well-known for its huge displays,but the Phab 2 Plus even now
stunned us with its dimension.It is 173.9 mm long, 88.3 mm wide and a slightly bulky 9.6 mm
thicker,a far cry from the more sleek 7.5 mm think Mi Max from Xiaomi,which is probably to be
its most phablet competitor.And at 218 grammes, it is also one of the bulkier phones that
we have seen in recent periods.Lenovo Phab 2 PLus

That said,Lenovo has included some very neat design flourishes to it.The
black bordered 6.4 inch display does provide the illusion of a bezelless display, and below it are 3 touch
buttons for menu, home and back. The sides and backside are metal,and the back curves
out softly to give the smartphone less of a boxy look, although
the sides are dead straight.On the right are the volume rocker and the power-display
button, both of which we think are a bit on the higher side,considering the size of the
phone, while on the left are the dual SIM card slots, one
of which is a hybrid. The base houses the micro USB port and speaker grilles.Possibly the most exceptional feature
of the device is the dual 13.0-megapixel cameras on the back, which will allow you to add
better depth of field as well as AR features.The camera unit is of a jet black colour and
protrudes slightly, which might not be to everyone’s elegant,and just below it is a spherical
fingerprint scanner. All in all,it really does not look bad and the metal and glass build have a
very solid feel to them,but hey, this is a huge phone,no getting away
from it.

In terms of hardware, the Phab 2 Plus is a mixture of the good and the middling.The 6.4
inch display is a full HD one and driving the device is an MediaTek MT8783 Octa core processor accompanied by 3
GB of raM and 32GB of storage, which is expandable using a memory
card, provided you are prepared to compromise one of the two SIM slots.The device has
dual 13 megapixel digital cameras at the rear, making it one of the most affordable dual camera
phones in the marketplace and a front facing 8.0-megapixel selfie shooter.In terms of
connectivity, it arrives with 4G, dual SIM support, GPS,Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.There is
support for Dolby Atmos in the sound department and operating on top of all of this is android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Battery life is superb – you can see out close to two days on a one charge with careful
handling, thanks to the large 4050 mAh battery.Lenovo Phab 2 PLus-

The trouble for it is that it goes up against potentially the most formidable large display
phone-tab blend we have seen for a while – the Xiaomi Mi Max, whose 3 GB raM and
32 GB storage space also comes at exactly the same price,
and is powered by a far better Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor and also has a much
larger 4850 mah battery. Yes,the Phab 2 Plus really does have a
more revolutionary camera set up and we believe much better sound, but it has its task cut
out winning the massive screen fight.

Screen-
6.4″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) wide-view IPS display
2.5D curved glass
Design-
88.3 mm x 173.89 mm / 3.48″ x 6.85″ aluminum alloy unibody
Weight: 218 g / .48 lbs
Fingerprint scanner (rear side)
Camera: Rear
13 MP dual rear cameras
Professional-grade Milbeaut® image processing, F2.0 aperture
1.34 μm Big Pixel, laser focus with PDAF light supplement
Camera: Front
8 MP fixed focus
F2.2 aperture
1.4 μm Big Pixel light supplement
75-degree wide angle
Processor-
MediaTek (MTK 8783) octa-core processor
SIM: Dual slots
2 Nano SIM or nano SIM & TF card
Battery-
4050 mAh Li-ion, embedded
Standby- up to 17 days
Talk-time- up to 23 hours
Memory-
32 GB ROM
3 GB RAM
Expandable memory up to 128 GB, microSD card
Audio
Triple array mics with active noise-cancellation
Dolby Atmos® / Dolby Audio Capture 5.1
3.5 mm audio jack
Operating System-
Android 6.0, Marshmallow
Connectivity
Speed: 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz
WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual band
Bluetooth® 4.0
Colors-
Champagne Gold
Gunmetal Grey

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