The most affordable model from the Lenovo Phab2 family - well, the Phab 2, is scheduled to launch in India next week, on December 6 to be precise. Meanwhile, the Phab2 Plus has been available for a month now, but there are no details yet as to when and if the top-of-the-line Google Tango-enabled Phab2 Pro will make it to store shelves in the country.
The Lenovo Phab2 features a 6.4-inch display with a modest 720p resolution (229ppi), while the Plus ups that to 1080p and the Pro goes all-out with QHD. You'll find the Mediatek MT8735 chipset in charge, its quad-core CPU joined by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. There's a single 13MP camera on the back of the Phab2 - the Plus has two of those.
Perhaps the best bit about the vanilla Phab2 is its battery - the 4,050mAh capacity is shared across the range, but the unassuming CPU and low display resolution might just make this particular model the longest-lasting one of the bunch. Now, for a glimpse of what the Phab2 Pro offers on top of the entry-level model, check out our detailed review, hot off the press.
I lost the track of Lenovo phone model names a long time ago. Now I barely look at the model name and specs. Only thing makes me wondering that developers and marketing guys at Lenovo still not bored about launching a new device each week.
You're wrong those phones you've mentioned aren't that big as you thing no giant hand need to hold them,.. even my wife have one of those, unless you're a small kid then tell to your daddy to buy a kids phone there are plenty out there don't worry ma...
6.9" is the limit and yes, smartphone that size do exist. 7" above is tablet territory. Thats why we call anything above 5.7" as phablet.