Lenovo PHAB 2 family specs

Wondering what the difference between the various PHAB 2 models are that Lenovo recently announced? All of the models come with a rather massive 6.4-inch display, but internally there are some differences that set them apart. Each screen has a different number of pixels per inch, each gains more memory as you move up the line, and much more.

Let's check out the specs.

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CategoryPHAB 2PHAB 2 PlusPHAB 2 Pro
Display6.4-inch HD IPS, 227 PPI6.4-inch HD IPS, 342 PPI6.4-inch Quad-HD IPS, 454 PPI
ProcessorMediaTek Quadcore MTK 8735MediaTek Octa-core MTK 8783Snapdragon 652
Memory2GB RAM3GB RAM4GB RAM
Storage32GB + microSD32GB + microSD64GB
Operating SystemAndroid 6.0 MarshmallowAndroid 6.0 MarshmallowAndroid 6.0 Marshmallow
Front Camera5MP8MP8MP
Rear Camera13MP13MP16MP
Audio3 mics w/ active noise cancellation
Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital Audio Capture 5.1
3 mics with 360 voice
Dolby Atmos
3 mics with 360 Voice
Dolby Atmos, 5.1 Audio Capture
Battery4050mAh4050mAh4050mAh + Fast Charge
ColorsGunmetal Grey, Champagne GoldGunmetal Grey, Champagne GoldGunmetal Grey, Champagne Gold
Dimensions175 x 89.5 x 5.5mm173.89 x 88.3 x 5.5mm179.83 x 88.57 x 6.96mm
Weight225g218g259g

Which of these interests you the most? Be sure to let us know what you think, and if one of these could be your next phone.

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15 Comments
  • my 1 comment
  • I could carry around the Nexus 6 in my pocket somewhat comfortably, but the PHAB 2 Pro will likely be spending more time outside. Posted via the Android Central App
  • 2 commentts so far.
  • Phab 2 Pro is tempting over my current Note 4. Just needs a user-replaceable battery and some kind of stylus and it'd be a definite go (large top and bottom bezels aside. OK I'm nitpicking)! :)
  • There's also no micro SD support on the pro Posted via the Android Central App
  • No problem, don't need it. Barely use much of the 32GB on my Note 4.
  • Yes there is ... http://www.phonearena.com/news/Lenovo-Phab2-Pro-hands-on_id82032 Posted via the Android Central App
  • @Synycalwon
    You're thinking exactly what I was thinking!
  • 6.4" phones...NOPE!! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Aaahhh! Capacitive buttons! :(
  • Actually this is something I like. Don't know about most ppl, but I hate on-screen buttons taking up my screen real estate. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 what a shame.. Everything else is perfect but this... Lenovo Sucks BIG time again!
  • Yep Posted via the Android Central App
  • EXfnACTLY! And on the "Pro" model?! What tha shizz? I.... I can't comprehend. Sure, the recent CPU tests put the 652 on par with the 810 on performance (+/-% obviously). However (and a big HOWEVER at that), on the GPU side, the 652 wasn't good and even got beat by the old 805. How the heck is a phone w/Tango supposed to deliver such graphical power with a mediocre 652? I don't understand, but they must know something I do not.
  • 4 GB RAM, 64 GB storage, Snapdragon processor, large display for AR and apps to boot. Would nice to test that technology! Count me in! Posted via the Android Central App