Lenovo on Thursday revealed the first Lenovo PHAB2 Pro, the primary smartphone that was created utilizing Google’s Project Tango technology. This PHAB2 Pro is the first ever smartphone that runs Tango for the consumer level. This is all about the exciting news from the Lenovo developer panel and Google’s Tango Team! If you haven’t heard about project Tango, then let me clarify, this is Google’s software for mapping the real world in one piece of your phone. While Lenovo also included its way better technology to provide the ultimate set up for this new big boy PHAB2 Pro!
So, what will this Project Tango Smartphone will do for you? You can essentially take the Smartphone and roam around a room while it pulls in the important information around you, including estimations amongst you and every room, the length of the walls, roof heights and that’s just the beginning. This can be utilized for various things, particularly increased reality in spots like historical centers, where you may point your Smartphone at an item and get more data on it. On the other hand, imagine a hyper-exact guide for use in a shopping center. There is even a gaming aspect and the futuristic tool to measure the essential elements near the user.
Lenovo PHAB2 Pro is packed with powerful features. While this big boy has a 6.4-inch QHD Display with 2.5D Curved glass like iPhone 6 or 6s, it features 4GB of RAM, 64GB of inbuilt Storage capacity, and also a microSD card slot. This phablet is powered by a 4050 mAh battery, dual-sim slots, 8MP front-facing camera, and the best part of this phone is the 16MP rear camera with Motion-tracking sensors for the Google Project Tango!
The Lenovo PHAB2 Pro will start its journey for the consumers this September with the price tag of $499 in the U.S and in the other markets.