Lenovo Phab2 Plus First Look, Benchmarks, Camera Samples

After the Phab2, I will go a little higher. Here's my check on the Lenovo Phab2 Plus
Front: 6.4 inch IPS Full HD display, 8 MP front camera, Android capacitive control buttons
Back: dual 13 MP PDAF rear camera with dual LED flash and f/2.0 aperture, Lenovo logo, fingerprint reader, non-removable back cover
Internals: 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT8783 Cortex A53 octa-core processor with Mali-T720 MP2 GPU, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, 4,050 mAh non-removable battery


On the top, you can see the 3.5 mm. audio jack and noise cancelling mic and at the bottom and dual speaker and micro USB. The pin hole mic is hiding on one of the true dual speakers with Dolby Atmos


The left part has hybrid dual SIM tray (SIM 2 can be used as a micro SD slot). The power/unlock button and volume rocker at the right side


If there's one main difference of the 3 on the Phab2 series aside from the full specs is the pulldown menu as this one looks near to the stock Android Marshmallow but has 4 controls per row. As it has dual camera set-up, I checked some of the capabilities including the pro mode which can go up to 32 seconds of shutter speed, ISO at 1600 and can do refocus job after you shoot a pic.


I also tried the easy to use cropping feature with my fist as an example. This is very good if you have selfies and  you want to remove that photobomber as an example


A first in the country, the new Mediatek MT8783 octa-core processor scored at over 38,000 on Antutu. Same with the Phab2 in terms of working sensors and 10 point multi touch


Here are the camera samples. Both cameras have f/2.8 aperture which I can't believe that it still have better output compared to the Phab2. The selfie shooter is the one of the best 8 MP cameras that I saw so far.

Lenovo Phab2 Plus 13 MP rear camera sample

Lenovo Phab2 Plus 8 MP front camera sample

Lenovo Phab2 Plus is now available in the country for Php 14,999 plus a free JBL earphones

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November 27, 2016

Lenovo Phab2 Plus First Look, Benchmarks, Camera Samples

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After the Phab2, I will go a little higher. Here's my check on the Lenovo Phab2 Plus
Front: 6.4 inch IPS Full HD display, 8 MP front camera, Android capacitive control buttons
Back: dual 13 MP PDAF rear camera with dual LED flash and f/2.0 aperture, Lenovo logo, fingerprint reader, non-removable back cover
Internals: 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT8783 Cortex A53 octa-core processor with Mali-T720 MP2 GPU, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, 4,050 mAh non-removable battery


On the top, you can see the 3.5 mm. audio jack and noise cancelling mic and at the bottom and dual speaker and micro USB. The pin hole mic is hiding on one of the true dual speakers with Dolby Atmos


The left part has hybrid dual SIM tray (SIM 2 can be used as a micro SD slot). The power/unlock button and volume rocker at the right side


If there's one main difference of the 3 on the Phab2 series aside from the full specs is the pulldown menu as this one looks near to the stock Android Marshmallow but has 4 controls per row. As it has dual camera set-up, I checked some of the capabilities including the pro mode which can go up to 32 seconds of shutter speed, ISO at 1600 and can do refocus job after you shoot a pic.


I also tried the easy to use cropping feature with my fist as an example. This is very good if you have selfies and  you want to remove that photobomber as an example


A first in the country, the new Mediatek MT8783 octa-core processor scored at over 38,000 on Antutu. Same with the Phab2 in terms of working sensors and 10 point multi touch


Here are the camera samples. Both cameras have f/2.8 aperture which I can't believe that it still have better output compared to the Phab2. The selfie shooter is the one of the best 8 MP cameras that I saw so far.

Lenovo Phab2 Plus 13 MP rear camera sample

Lenovo Phab2 Plus 8 MP front camera sample

Lenovo Phab2 Plus is now available in the country for Php 14,999 plus a free JBL earphones

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