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Lenovo Phab Plus prices in Philippines

The Lenovo Phab Plus is a smartphone and tablet in one, it’s a statement that Lenovo was able to get across with its size. This Phablet has all the basics that you could ever need from a tablet, the only difference is, the specs are magnified thus providing a high caliber smartphone experience. Find out more about this device right here!

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Lenovo Phab Plus Philippines - Full HD Display

Not only does the Lenovo Phab Plus flaunts a bigger than the average screen it also sports a crisp resolution of 1920x1080p and a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch. Its screen size is 6.8” and it is integrated with an IPS technology. The benefit of having a large screen phone is that gaming and other multimedia function of the device becomes a more visually enjoyable experience.

Lenovo Phab Plus Philippines - Not Your Average Tablet Camera

While most tablets could barely get an 8MP into their camera units, the Lenovo Phab Plus, on the other hand, is overpowered with a 13MP shooter. With its screen size, it is safe to consider that the Phab Plus is also part of the tablet family, making it the most superior tablet to date in terms of camera capabilities. There’s also a 5MP shooter for its front-facing camera, which is capable of taking high-resolution selfies.

Lenovo Phab Plus Philippines - Long Lasting Battery Life

Being a big device has its own benefits like the capability to accommodate battery with a much bigger capacity. The Lenovo Phab Plus is equipped with a 3500mAh battery which is as big as the tablets’ in the market today. Aside from a highly capable battery capacity, the Lenovo Phab Plus has a screen power management feature that will stretch the battery’s juice longer than you could imagine.

Lenovo Phab Plus Philippines - Designed for One-Hand Use

Despite being a big enough phone to be considered as a Phablet, its sleek and curvy design makes it compact enough to be handled with just one hand. The Lenovo Phablet Plus’ form is engineered with precision to provide a comfortable feel when held with just one or both hands. Also, the phablet has a single-hand micro-screen feature that will compress the screen on one size just enough to make single hand operation possible.

Lenovo Phab Plus Philippines - LTE Connectivity

This phablet supports high-speed internet such as 3G, HSDPA+, and even 4G (LTE) technology. Online games, browsing, SNS, and other internet dependent functions of the phone will function smoothly without the need to connect to a reliable WiFi connection.

Lenovo Phab Plus Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-10-07
Good build and design, Large, vibrant display, Good performance, Good battery life, Expandable 32GB storage, SubPhp15K price tagUI not optimized for tablet use, Underwhelming camera performance
Lenovo launched in the country a few weeks ago the PHAB Plus, the company's latest smartphone that also doubles as a tablet thanks to its 6.8-inch display. Armed with a Snapdragon 615 octa-core CPU, Android Lollipop, and a Php15K price tag, can the PHAB P...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-16
Today Lenovo has officially unveiled their absolutely gigantic Phab Plus to the PH market. And when we say gigantic, we mean it – the Phab Plus has a 6.8-inch full HD display, and is almost as tall as a regular tablet. What does Lenovo's behemoth bring to...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-06
LENOVO PHAB PLUS $499The first thing you notice about the Lenovo Phab Plus is its 6.8-inch display, which puts it close to tablet territory. The Phab looks sleek with a metallic chassis and rounded sides similar to the Apple iPhone 6 Plus.But unlike the i...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-04
BIG device but fits comfortably in hand, Impressive battery life, lasting to 1.5 days of use, Easy to use VIBE UI interface13 megapixel count on camera doesn't translate to good image quality, No phone case included, unlike Lenovo VIBE X2, Huge 6.8″ screen might still be too big for some
This is a review of a sponsored product unit from Lenovo Malaysia*Some months back, I was lucky enough to be the selected few to be invited to an exclusive preview of the Lenovo PHAB Plus . Along with almost 10 of us, we got to get some early hands on ti...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-12
Highly responsive screen, tablet sized Full HD display, battery lifeMediocre camera performance
6.8 " FHD (1920 x 1080) 326 ppi IPS multitouch display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octo-core, 64-bit, 1.5GHz, RAM: 2 GB, ROM: 32 GB, Micro SD: up to 64 GB, Dual SIM, 13 MP auto-focus with dual LED flash, Front: 5 MP, Wifi, Bluetooth, 229 gramsPros: Highly re...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-15
Build, Battery Life, CameraHardware, Software Optimization, Price
With the launch of the Lenovo Phab Plus, we've clearly reached peak phablet. A phablet too has a reasonable limit to the size and the Phab Plus clearly surpasses that. Lenovo launched its bizarre smartphone – tablet hybrid a while back and here's our revi...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-12
Metal body, Impressive camera, Good performance, Good battery lifeLenovo Phab Plus Review
Yes, the new Lenovo Phab Plus is enormous and unweildy. No, it's not worth buying if you do not explicitly want a huge phone - or a tablet that can also make voice calls. Now that that's out of the way, we can look at it for what it really is rather than...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
With 78-inch TV sets invading homes and 12-inch tablets filling work desks, should anyone be surprised by a 6.8-inch smartphone any more? You can call Lenovo's latest Phab Plus a giant smartphone or a small tablet. The Chinese tech firm is the latest to...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-21
With 78-inch TV sets invading homes and 12-inch tablets filling work desks, should anyone be surprised by a 6.8-inch smartphone any more?You can call Lenovo's latest Phab Plus a giant smartphone or a small tablet. The Chinese tech firm is the latest to ch...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-06
Once you get hooked on a large screen smartphone, chances are you'll never go back to using a smaller device. After all, settle for anything less than the biggest screen you can get, if it lets you watch movies and play games in their full glory?The S$499...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-15
Affordable, $300 cost, Accurate display colors, Useful onehanded mode, Mostly stock Android experienceTerrible camera performance, Extremely weak brightness output makes the screen unviewable outdoors, No support for CDMA networks, Unimpressive battery life for such a big device
When we sat down with Lenovo way back during MWC 2015 earlier in the year, they managed to pique our attention when they teased to us an early prototype of this phablet-esque device they were developing. Despite it being non-functional, the chassis alone...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-03
The Lenovo Phab Plus, as its name suggests, doesn't shy away one bit from maximising on phablet scale. Make no bones about it: this 6.8-inch phablet-phone is an absolute monster to hold. If it looks somewhat familiar then cast your minds back to April wh...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-03
Lenovo balanced practical devices with forward-looking ones. The Lenovo Vibe S1 follows the current trend of selfie photography with two cameras above its screen.The Lenovo Phab and Phab Plus are a couple of affordable tablets (7
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