Lenovo PHAB. We had not uploaded a phablet in Manuals and Tutorials for some time, although many devices can now use this hybrid between smartphone and tablet.
When it came to the market the first phablet was quite unusual to find smartphones with screens higher than 5.5 “.
More than 4.5″ already seemed a “pot” but has not spent a lustrum and the size of the screens has exploded .
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We prefer the most comfortable screen sizes when traveling in case the PHAB seems to us more tablet than mobile. Its 6.8 “screen with Full HD resolution and a density of 326 dpi makes it clear that the multimedia and web experience will be sublime but does not gain many points when traveling comfortable.
As its size can be a nuisance to handle, the PHAB has a “one-handed” design. The screen is reduced and functions like giving a blow to activate it or the Micro Screen Mode that improves the comfort.
In this mode the screen is reduced and we can use simple gestures for basic functions like shaking it to lock it.
Inside we have the possibilities of 64-bit architecture of its powerful processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 410.
Its four cores at 1.2 GHz and 1 GB of RAM make Android Lollipop run smoothly. We have 16 GB of internal memory, microSD slot and Dual Sim and 4G connectivity.
It also has a main camera of 13 MP and a front with 5 MP. Enough to capture life in high definition. And to keep us hanging after watching a movie, its 4,250 mAh battery will withstand up to 24 hours of use.
If you are looking for a multimedia experience it would not be too much to take a look at this Lenovo phablet.