Get Ready to Have Your Mind Blown by the First Tango Phone
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro could really be a breakout star and write the new standard for super smartphone. How can it not? Armed with sophisticated technology, the Tango phone is the first to allow its users mapping the world by using their phones. Let’s further check out what’s so impressive about this so-called leader of new revolution phones.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Specs
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro comes in at 6.40 inch display that is touchscreen and has a resolution of 1440 pixels by 2560 pixels. The phone is big for good enough reasons. The phone is equipped with a team of high-end cameras, making it able to capture the world around you easily yet beautifully. It packs a 16 megapixel primary camera on the rear, and for the selfie people, you will glad to hear there is a 8 megapixel front shooter on the phone. The phone measures 179.80 x 88.60 x 10.70 for the height, width and thickness respectively, and it weighs about 250.00 grams.
Phab 2 Pro by Lenovo is powered by 1.8GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor. It also comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which of course can be expanded via a microSD card. Furthermore, the phone is also powered by a 4050mAh non removable battery. That is quite a powerful battery with longer life span. This Tango runs on OS Androis 6.0 and packs Dolby Atmos speakers and Dolby 5.1 audio capture. Without the Tango technology, the phone itself is already a super one. Not to mention that for a Tango phone, Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is quite affordable.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Project Tango
For you who isn’t familiar with Google Project Tango, it is a depth-sensing 3D camera system by which you can measure distance, map the world layering on an augmented reality interface. To simplify it, you can place virtual objects in the real world by simply scan the world around you. Yes, that is one mind-blowing app and now you can have it right on your hand with Phab 2 Pro by Lenovo. Tango basic skills are depth-sensing, location-mapping and placing virtual objects into reality. Google has been developing Project Tango for years and apparently Lenovo has decided to frop the Project and only go by the Tango for its newest phone, Lenovo Phab 2 Pro.