When the first Galaxy Note was launched people thought it was too big and it had only 5.29-inch display! The mobile screens has grown more bigger since then and going by the sales, people got comfortable with it. But how big can it become? Lenovo tests it now with a 6.8″ display and calls it the Lenovo PHAB Plus, almost on the borderline of a tablet.
I have come across many people who uses a 8-inch tablet as their phone, so clearly there is a demand for big devices. The PHAB Plus is a crossover between a big Smartphone and a tablet and will make a good media consumption device for watching videos, browsing or playing games.
The PHAB Plus is quiet equipped spec-wise too. To begin with the 6.8-inch IPS display has a fullHD (1080p) resolution packing a 326ppi. Internally, it has a Qualcom Snapdragon 615 chipset, Octacore processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 2GB RAM, Adreno 405 GPU and 32GB storage. There is also a microSD card slot thrown in to accommodate up to 64GB.
On the camera side, the PHAB Plus fires a 13-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash and a 5MP front shooter. A wide angle lens and a pano selfie mode for groufies might charm the selfies. Further, you can also take 1080p HD video at 60 fps.
The dual-SIM PHAB Plus supports 4G and also gets a built-in Dolby ATMOS® 3D Audio soundbox that should provide a good audio when watching movies or playing games.
The Lenovo PHAB Plus is priced at Rs 20,990 and will be available on Amazon.in from October 5 and offline at all Croma and Reliance stores from October 12th.
Does the super-big phablet excite you?