On the same day that they brought the augmented reality enabled Phab 2 Pro to their homeland market, China based start-up, Lenovo, also took time out to officially announce another smartphone with the moniker Lenovo Phab 2 Plus.
As the name implies, it would most likely be the photocopy of the Phab 2 Pro but it would be having different sets of innings this time around and a larger display as well. However, this new handset would not be following in the stead of the Phab 2 Pro as it would leave out AR capabilities from its spec sheets.
The Lenovo Phab 2 Plus would be going official with a pretty large IPS Full HD touchscreen display of 6.44 inch with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 Pixels which although not as crispy as the 2k display featured on the Phab 2 Pro, fits nicely on the phone.
Under the hood, an octa-core chipset from MediaTek clocked at speeds of 1.3GHz, the MT8783 processor is powering the phone alongside 3GB of RAM and an internal storage capacity of 32GB that would be made expandable over a microSD card slot made available.
Above the display, there is an 8 megapixel selfie snapper which should handle all your selfies pretty good as it would be accompanying a main camera at the back camera of 13 megapixels which would be aided by an LED flashlight.
More so, the same 4050 battery pack would be keeping the display long for long hours and all these specifications would be setting you back at a price of just $201.