Lenovo is unleashing the results of one of its latest endeavors on the Indian populace. The Phab 2 and Phab 2 Plus phablets are both set to go on sale nationwide starting on November 8.
Both devices were prominently unveiled at the Lenovo Tech world conference in June this year. But, in case you missed it while watching the Zombie apocalypse, here are the highlights of both devices.
The Phab 2 features a positively ginormous 6.4-inch HD (1280 x 720) display. Musculature comes from a 1.3GHZ quad-core Mediatek MTK-8735 processor with a Mali-T720 GPU. 3GB of RAM helps moves things speedily along, while a 32GB internal storage ensures you have space to store most of your prides and joy. The storage can be easily be expanded via SD card to 128GB if its too tiny for your adventurous life. Cameras are a 13MP primary shooter at the back with LED flash, and a front 5-MP selfie-imager. The cameras also allows you to easily add AR effects to your photos and videos.
Its more impressive brethren, the Phab 2 Plus sports the same metal body as its sibling, but with a more bewitching 5.5-inch full HD (1080 x 1920) and 2.5D curved glass display. Its processor is an octa-core 1.3GHZ Mediatek MTK 8783 chipset and a Mali-T720 GPU. It additionally and conveniently has a fingerprint scanner integrated into its curvy back which the Phab 2 lacks. 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory help show it’s no slouch. Cameras are a 13MP back shooter and an 8MP selfie-maker. The memory too can be buffed up to 128 GB via SD card.
OS on both devices is the lovely Android 6.0 Marshmallow with some Vibe UI customization overlaid, while the battery juice is 4050mAh.
Connectivity options on both devices include all the usual bells and whistles you usually expect from any smartphone. And oh, both use single nano sims.
Colors? Just Champagne Gold and Gunmetal Grey.
Price? $199 when unveiled for the Phab 2 and $299 for the Phab 2 Plus. Prices for when it officially launches here is unknown, but will be updated soon. So, keep your fingers crossed and your eye on your piggy bank.