Lenovo has recently introduced something which has not been rumored more rigorously, but is finally out on the stage. The powerful and affordable PHAB 2 and a bit heftier PHAB 2 Plus are unwrapped and will soon release globally.
There are rare differences between the siblings but undoubtedly one lives up to its Plus name. The PHAB2 has 6.4-inch display with 720p screen resolution. This PHAB 2 runs on a quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek chipset. The device is all-plastic carved in a metal frame and boots Android Marshmallow. It has 3GB RAM and humongous 32GB internal memory. You can capture amazing moments with 13MP rear camera and has a whopping 4050mAh battery to give life to the phone.
The Lenovo PHAB 2 Plus is equipped with dual-camera set-up with 13MP residing on the rear unit f/2.0 lens. Further, it uses processor from Leica cameras. The front snapper is 8MP. The PHAB 2 has 6.4-inch but slightly upgraded with 1080p resolution.
The devices will set you back for $199 and $299, respectively. The PHAB 2 and PHAB 2 Plus will ship in July. It is uncertain whether the phablets will go global or not but as plans are tracked we ca safely assume that these will hit Europe and America soon.