The Lenovo Phab 2 and its 6.4-inch display heading to India on December 6

The Lenovo Phab 2 and its 6.4-inch display heading to India on December 6
One of the most unique smartphones of 2016 is, without a doubt, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. The Phab 2 Pro was finally released in the US last month, and along with its massive 6.4-inch display, it's also the world's first smartphone to be running Google's Tango AR platform. Tango is easily the star of the show when it comes to the Phab 2 Pro, but if you're in the market for a massive smartphone and don't necessarily care about augmented reality, Lenovo's Phab 2 might be something right up your alley. 

Lenovo has just announced that the Phab 2 will officially be available for purchase in India starting on December 6, and although the Phab 2 Plus has been on sale in the country for more than a month at this point, the company has still yet to give any word as to when the Phab 2 Pro will be making its India debut. No AR support aside, the Phab 2 is still a very interesting smartphone that's worth checking out. It features the same colossal 6.4-inch display, but with a lower resolution at 1280 x 720 as opposed to 1920 x 1080. A MediaTek MT8735 processor and 3GB of RAM are powering the phone, and 32GB of expandable storage aims to offer plenty of space for all of your local files.

In addition to these specs, the Phab 2 also comes equipped with a 13MP camera on the back, 5MP selfie shooter, and a 4,050 mAh battery. The handset runs Android Marshmallow from the get-go, and it will be offered in both Gunmetal Gray and Champagne Gold color variants.

If you're interested, the Lenovo Phab 2 will be available in India exclusively through Flipkart, and it should cost somewhere around INR 13,000.

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