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Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelPhab 2 Pro
DateJan 2017
Processor frequency1.8 GHz
Processor familyQualcomm Snapdragon
Processor model652
Display diagonal16.3 cm (6.4")
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Orientation sensorYes
Screen shapeFlat
Display typeIPS
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Second displayNo
Ports & interfaces
USB portNo
Weight & dimensions
Weight289 g
Width88.6 mm
Depth10.7 mm
Height179.8 mm
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.0
RAM capacity4 GB
Internal storage capacity64 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size64 GB
Operating system installedAndroid 6.0
Rear camera typeTriple camera
Rear camera flashYes
Auto focusYes
Rear camera resolution (numeric)16 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)8 MP
Battery capacity4050 mAh
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Form factorBar
Product colourGrey
Fingerprint readerYes

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Review, Specs & Features in Malaysia

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro – Redefining Phab-ulousness

Creating a conversation-sparking smartphone nowadays is not easy, with smartphone manufacturers continuously coming up with increasingly advanced features to include in their latest smartphones. However, Lenovo did a great job in introducing a smartphone that sparked the interests of many with their Phab 2 Pro phablet. Being the world’s first smartphone to be integrated with Tango, Google’s Augmented Reality (AR) technology, the Phab 2 Pro brings never-seen-before functions to the public.

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Malaysia – Bringing Augmented Reality to Malaysians

The ability to bring augmented reality (AR) to Malaysians is the Phab 2 Pro’s trump card, as the new technology brings many exciting functions to users. With the AR technology, you will be able to enjoy functions such as visualizing décor and furniture like a new sofa set or cabinet to see how it looks in your home before physically going to buy them, raising and playing with a virtual pet, building a virtual Hot Wheels track in your living room, and many more. AR brings a whole plethora of cool and exciting functions that you can explore with your smartphone and increases the usefulness of the Phab 2 Pro beyond normal smartphone capabilities. Integrating with Tango, Google’s AR technology gives the Phab 2 Pro a definite edge over the other devices in the smartphone world.

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Malaysia – Quadruple Cameras for Photo-Taking Prowess

Despite the main highlight of the Phab 2 Pro being the inclusion of the Tango AR technology, the other features of the smartphone are quite impressive as well. The Phab 2 Pro features a whopping 4 cameras, two at the rear and two in the front for better photo-taking capabilities. The dual front camera setting makes for great selfie moments. The 16MP rear cameras offer sharp and detailed photos, with low-light shots being well-illuminated as well. Video-taking is pretty decent as well, as the Phab 2 Pro offers Full-HD video-recording.

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Malaysia – Featuring Impressive Battery Life for Lasting Performance

For a smartphone as big as the Phab 2 Pro, you will expect the battery life to be drained out pretty quickly. Surprisingly, with normal usage that includes constant texting and web-surfing, the battery is capable of lasting through the day and might even extend to the second day on a full charge, depending on usage. Its 4,050 mAh is also Quick Charge-enabled, meaning that it only requires just over an hour to be recharged it to full capacity.

Reviews of Lenovo Phab 2 Pro

Reviewed on 2017-06-13
A long time ago, Google showed off an interesting technology that would allow users to map out a room and turn that space into an AR experience like no other, free from AR markers and not limited by what could be displayed. Lenovo then saw that opportunit...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-12
Tango support is still a rarity, and this phone has it, Pretty good performance, Very impressive volume outuput
Size and weight makes it cumbersome, Tango is still in its infancy, Display pixel density hits battery life
Google – or rather, its parent company Alphabet – has always been a name that you'd associate with crazy moonshot projects, mostly under the banner of Google X. We've had a few projects that were so close to entering the everyday lives of the consumer tha...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-13
You've heard of Project Tango when we brought you news about it at Google I/O in 2014 . Two years later at CES 2016, Google announced their partnership with Lenovo to make an actual Tango device . Well, the wait is over as Lenovo took the wraps of the PHA...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-30
Google spent more than two years taking its “Tango” technology from project to full-blown product. Thanks to Google and Lenovo, we now get a glimpse into augmented reality with the first consumer-ready Tango device – the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro.The Phab 2 Pro i...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-19
Metal build as solid as they come, Giant screen (for some), 3.5mm audio jack, Dolby Atmos 5.1 playback and recording, Tango capabilities are mind-blowing, Tango ecosystem has a great start, VoLTE support
Giant screen (for others), Very heavy, Not the fastest SoC for the price, Poor performance in some apps, especially heavy Tango apps (ironically), Average camera at best, No 4K recording, Average battery life, Below average screen quality, No NFC
When Google first debuted its Project Tango idea a few years ago, many in the tech industry were blown away. Sporting accurate modeling of the real world, including accurately measuring distances and volume of objects, Tango was looking to be one of the m...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-19
Google made an official announcement of its virtual reality platform, Daydream. Thanks to that Google's Project Tango has quite become an echo about to fade. What's more exciting? Something came up to the surface – the Lenovo Phab2 Pro.Lenovo seemingly fo...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-31
First widely available Tango phone, Reasonably priced for bleeding-edge tech, Excellent battery life if you don't use Tango, Reassuring build quality, Fingerprint sensor works well
Tango is still a work in progress, Huge size could be a deal-breaker, Cameras are pretty lousy, Lenovo's software is rough around the edges
Lenovo's Phab 2 Pro has a mouthful of a name and a somewhat bland design. But what might seem like a forgettable phone really isn't: This massive 6.4-inch handset is the first available phone with Google's "Tango" 3D mapping technology. But while Tango fe...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-29
Tango is fun when it works, Interactive app experience, No headset required for AR
Massive smartphone, Tango is still half-baked, Too few Tango apps right now
There's a lot going on with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro smartphone, a dizzying array of things to consider. The first is that it's massive, barely qualifying as a phone, with a 6.4-inch display and hard, chamfered edges that make it feel like a weaponized phabl...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-25
Lenovo's new Phab 2 Pro's big claim to fame is that it's the first phone to use Google's Tango. The phone is massive, with a 6.4-inch display and a 259-gram body. For $499, is Tango worth it to make the Phab 2 Pro your next phone despite some sacrifices...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-21
Tango is fun and full of potential, Decent build and display, 64GB storage
Could be way too big for some, Mediocre battery, Camera awful in low light, Fingerprint sensor too easily confused with Tango camera, No NFC
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is big, but that's not the only reason it's different. It's the first Android smartphone with Tango, a computer vision technology that uses the Pro's camera and specialized processing to detect space and positioning.Think of it as a...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-21
Good, high-resolution display, High-capacity battery with excellent screen-on times, Runs available Tango apps well
Will be much too big for many people, Heavy, bulky, and slippery design makes drops more likely, Middle-of-the-road hardware means shorter lifespan
Google's Tango augmented reality platform is getting its first real-world application with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. We're venturing into a territory that's largely unknown, and the Phab 2 Pro is the first of its kind: a phone built around the idea that augm...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-17
Project Tango is the star here when it works properly, the design is top notch and build quality is stellar. The screen is absolutely amazing for media consumption
Project Tango is still in its infancy and this first consumer device is going to have some bugs and issues. also no USB Type-C
For the most part, smartphones are all pretty similar across the board. They make calls, send text messages, stream media, and navigate you to your destinations, but the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is a bit different. The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is the first consumer dev...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-16
Big, beautiful display, Very high build quality, Innovative Tango AR features and capabilities, 64 GB of storage, expandable, Great price point for features and capability
Middling battery life, Middling performance, No dust or water resistance, May be too big for some
Lenovo introduced the Google Project Tango Augmented Reality-infused Phab 2 Pro smartphone back in June and the product marked a number firsts for both the manufacturer and the industry as a whole. The Phab 2 Pro is the first consumer retail device to sup...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-07
First phone with Google Tango, Crisp Quad HD display, Fingerprint sensor, dual SIM, expandable storage, and dual-band Wi-Fi support
Huge, Most Tango apps feel unpolished and lack compelling functionality, Subpar camera performance
Ever wonder what a velociraptor in your office would look like? Or if that new couch will fit in your apartment? The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro has the answers. The phone—or rather the 6.4-inch phablet—is the first device to support Google Tango, giving it unique...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-05
dual-SIM with support for U.S. GSM 4G bands, well-made and rigid aluminum chassis, generally cool surface temperatures, fast-charging Micro-USB port, great speakerphone quality, large 6.4-inch QHD display, fast CPU performance, integrated Tango
non-removable battery; average battery life, awkward positioning of fingerprint reader, no NFC, USB Type-C, or wireless charging, display colors could be more accurate, large and heavy; over 10 mm thick, average display response times, average GPU perfor...
Tango for the masses. The first consumer Tango smartphone is a bit larger than expected and doesn't always work perfectly, but it is thankfully wrapped in a solid and potent design...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
The first phone with Google's Tango software reveals the useful and entertaining possibilities of building AR into a phone
Unfortunately, the Phab 2 Pro is a bulky, heavy, mediocre handset with disappointing hardware, an old version of Android and no NFC
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is a phone that should make you sit up and take notice, but maybe not for reasons you expect. It's the first handset with Google's Tango augmented-reality (AR) software, which can add cool virtual objects and realities to the world y...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
Tango is a lot of fun – when it works, Big, sharp display is great for apps and media, Price is totally reasonable considering the hardware, Fast recharge times
Unwieldy size, Tango still needs a lot of debugging, Unclear market: is this supposed to be a daily driver?, Aging Marshmallow software, Poor notification support
A really good smartphone is one that's going to feel intentional: that an engineering team set out with a clear vision of the phone they wanted to make, and everything from its design, to the features it offers, serve to reflect that intentional process...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is the first handset to ship with support for Google's Project Tango aboard. The phone is meant to serve more as a vessel for the powerful AR tech within, than to be an everyday handset. If you have a professional need for augmented...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-01
Lenovo's Phab 2 Pro is billed as "the world's first Tango-enabled smartphone." But after just one look at this massive device, it's hard to imagine anyone using it as a phone. It raises the question – what is Tango? Is it worth it?I'm not sure what to cal...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-28
Build quality A very solid device made from aluminum, Battery life As long as you don't use Tango too much, the Phab2 Pro get great battery life, Fingerprint sensor It's accurate and fast, Software Lenovo managed to avoid burying Android under layers of j...
Design The Phab2 Pro is gigantic and heavy. It's not comfortable to hold, and it won't even fit in my pockets. It's like a little tablet that makes phone calls
The Lenovo Phab2 Pro is not the first device to have Google's Tango augmented reality platform, but it's the first one to be aimed at consumers. It's also the first Lenovo-branded smartphone to launch in the US. With the Phab2 Pro, you can see virtual ite...
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