A Preview Of The Lenovo Phab2 Plus

By Michael Augustin , Updated Dec 15, 2016 07:34 AM EST
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Mobile phones usually stay within display size ranges that make them pocketable in most cases. However, multimedia consumption demands for a bigger screen and better sound. Tablets have always been the go to device of choice for multimedia usage, but it seems phone and tablet hybrids called "Phablets" have already filled the nice for communication and multimedia all in a somehow pocketable size. Lenovo seeks to fulfill that need with its Lenovo Phab2 Plus.

GSMArena points out that the Lenovo Phab2 Plus does not ship with Google Tango. Its dual-camera configuration reportedly captures a shallow depth of field. The device will also cost lesser than its Phab 2 Pro model.

Lenovo Phab2 Plus design

The massive device is constructed our of metal for most of the body, while the top and bottom areas are made of plastic to let the antenna do its work. The rear panel sports a small camera bump and a recessed fingerprint sensor module just below. The Lenovo nameplate is located towards the bottom with a Dolby Atmos logo just above it. Its top end houses a 3.5mm headphone jack and a secondary microphone, while its bottom side holds its loudspeakers and a microUSB charge port. The left flank has a hybrid SIM slot, which either takes one Micro-SIM and a nano-SIM or a Micro-SIM with a MicroSD. Finally, its right side bears a volume control rocker and its power button. The phablet comes in two shades tagged as Gunmetal Grey and Champagne Gold.

Lenovo Phab2 Plus hardware

Its huge 6.4-inch IPS display flaunts a 1920 x 1080 resolution. It carries a pixel density rating of 344 ppi. An octa-core MediaTek MT8783 Chipset beats at its core, while a 3GB RAM supports it from the side. It is prepared to accept MicroSD cards up to 256GB to further expand its 32GB internal memory. Imaging is handled by a two 13-megapixel cameras for its main shooter with laser and phase detection, followed by its 8-megapixel selfie camera. Audio output is further enhanced by its Dolby Atmos sound enhancement feature. The Phab2 Plus is equipped by a 4050mAh lithium-ion battery. A 10W charger is also included to reportedly full charge the unit in two hours.

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