Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is experiencing one of the newest technology of Google, Project Tango. This Tango-enabled smartphone which was launched recently got mixed comments from the consumers. The device features Augmented Reality (AR) that uses specialized sensors to map 3D spaces for medical use and many more utilities. A news report suggests that the company is planning to bring another phone running on Tango in 2017.
Phab 2 Pro has much to explore. It includes fingerprint sensors, depth-sensing cameras, and specialized tech inside. Another tech upon which it relies is Area learning. Positional awareness in AR gaming, in the mapping of rooms, leading to indoor Google Maps, and blind-aided applications through area learning provide a feeling of reality. The coolest feature is you can measure objects through your phone which you always carry with you. Whether it be a new table, sofa set or just playing with your virtual pet you have everything to explore on the go.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is available at $499.99 with an assertive display that Adapts to variable lighting conditions. The 16MP rear camera and 8MP rear camera take only 3 seconds for focusing. The device is available in vibrant Champagne Gold and Gunmetal Grey colors. A Snapdragon 652 processor made exclusively for Tango let it run smoothly. Some other credentials to Phab 2 Pro are 4GB RAM, and 64GB of onboard storage that can be enlarged up to 128GB with the microSD slot. Moreover, the smartphone packs Dolby Atmos speakers, Dolby 5.1 audio capture, and a hulking 4,050mAh battery.
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is 6.4 inches and is best to hold comfortably with both hands. Currently, there are 36 Tango capable real-world apps on the Google Play Store, and next developers to add more due to its increased popularity.