Lenovo also introduced three new line of yesterday : the Lenovo Phab 2, Phab 2 Plus, and finally, the Tango-ready Phab 2 Pro. The three phones are really big ith their 6.4-inch display but thats the only similarities between them as every other aspect of them are diffrent.
Starting with their display, you’re going to find a 720p IPS screen with the Phab 2, a better 1080p display with the Phab 2 Plus, and a pixel crunching Quad-HD IPS display with the Phab 2 Pro with assertive display to improve imgage quality.
Their chasis are also quie differient. Whit the Phab 2 spotting a body made of mostly plastic with no fingerprint scanner, the Phab 2 plus upgrades with an aluminium alloy body and dds a fingerprint sensor at the back. The Phab 2 pro looks similar to the Phab plus spotting an al metal unibody wuth a slightly thicker antenna line towards the bottom. However, their dsigns are not something we havent seen beore as it follows the samwe trends as most metal clad pgones out there.
The entry-level of the bunch, the Phab 2, features a quad-core MediaTek 8735 processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Next up, the Phab 2 Plus gets a small upgrade in the form of a quad-core MediaTek 8783 chip with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of saving memory. And finally, the Phab 2 Pro leverages the Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 (Tango Edition) SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of base storage.
In the camera department, the Phab 2 and Phab 2 plus has the same 13 megapixel camera but the Phab 2 Plus gets an extra jolt because it’s a dual-camera configuration for post-bokeh effects, and offers an f/2.0 aperture lens, laser auto-focus assist, and 1.34 micro pixels.
the Phab 2 Pro which was built specifiaclly to be tango compartible hs the most interesting camera set up of all. It has a fish eye camera, an RGB camera an an IR transmitter ; which all three technically makes it Tango cerified.
Thankfully, every one of these devices offers expandable storage thanks to the available microSD card slots they offer. And they will all run Android Marshmalow out of the box with Lenovos custom UI on top.
At $199, you’re getting a mighty big phone that should be ample for most users with the Phab 2. Going up from that, the $299 Phab 2 Plus benefits from having a metal body, a fingerprint sensor, and slightly beefed up specs. And lastly, the $499 Phab 2 Pro is still not too shabby given that it has the same specs as any contemporary flagship right now, but it’s the sole device on the market that brilliantly shows off what Tango is capable of delivering.