Lenovo launched the PHAB2 Plus in India recently, nearly a year after the PHAB1 was released. Interestingly, the phablet uses a smaller 6.4″ screen in comparison to the 6.8″ screen of its predecessor.
The device sports a dual camera setup at the rear. The two cameras make use of Fujitsu Milbeaut ISP and feature f/2.0 aperture, Laser AutoFocus, dual LED flash and Phase Detection AutoFocus. As is the norm, one camera is dedicated to capturing an image while the other is used to measure depth. After snapping an image, users can change the background or even change the focus using a slider that provides a bokeh effect.
Just under the dual-camera setup lies the fingerprint scanner. The screen makes use of 2.5D curved glass for display. Lenovo mainstays Dolby ATMOS audio and Dolby Audio Capture 5.1 also make a return.
The PHAB2 Plus is priced at Rs.14,999 and sold exclusively on Amazon India. The Google Tango variant is expected to launch next month in India.
Display: 6.4″ FullHD IP
CPU: MediaTek MTK8783
Memory: 3GB RAM
Operating System: Android 6.0
Colour: Champagne Gold, Gunmetal Grey
Weight: 218 g
Camera: 13MP dual rear, 8MP front