Lenovo has launched the Phab 2 Plus for Rs 14,999 in the Indian market. Touting a dual camera at the rear, it is not the same 'Phab 2 Pro', the first Google Project Tango enabled smartphone, yet comes with the Augmented Reality mode in its camera app.
The Phab 2 Plus features a 6.4-inch full HD display with the 2.5D glass at the top. It is powered by MediaTek MTK8783 octa-core processor with 3 GB RAM. It has 32 GB internal storage and 128 GB expandable storage.
It packs in a dual 13-MP rear cameras with Futjitsu Milbeaut Image Signal Processor that gives professional features like Augmented-Reality special effects, instant focus and fast F2.0 lenses. Lenovo claims that it can be used for capturing images crisp low-light shots, high contrast while retaining lifelike colors, high detail in the shadow areas and a captivating background blur. The camera software also incorporates a manual mode as well as other special effects. It packs in a 4050mAh battery and comes with fingerprint scanner, and built-in apps including McAfee security, Netflix and Swiftkey. It has also got Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio Capture 5.1 surround sound support. Priced at Rs 14,999, it will be available exclusively on Amazon India.
The launch of Phab 2 Plus comes after the launch of the Xiaomi Mi Max measuring a 6.44inch full HD display. The Mi Max powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor with 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage is priced at Rs 14,999.The Prime version of the Mi Max packs in Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor with 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Unlike the Phab 2 Plus, the Mi Max packs in a 16MP rear camera.