Lenovo has finally launched the first smartphone known as Phab Pro 2 that comes with Google’s aspirational project – Project Tango. One of the major attraction of the phone is the use of augmented reality. Which can be understood as a mix of the real world and virtual world.
The smartphone has 4 cameras that help to map the motion and depth abilities of the device. The device features a 6.4-inch quad HD display, is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM, a 4000mAh battery, 16-megapixel rear camera, a fingerprint sensor and all the other features you will see in high-end smartphones these days.
Lenovo unveils flexible, wraparound a smartphone and foldable tablet
Lenovo unveiled its new, innovative technolog- a flexible, wraparound smartphone C Plus add a foldable tablet Folio at its Tech World 2016 along with a number of products like Moto Z, Moto Z force, a project Tango handset and the next-gen Phab 2 lineup. Alongside these devices, Lenovo also showcased smart shoes based on the Intel Curie module which help users track fitness data and play motion controlled games. The company also showed a concept called Connected Homes that helps you control various devices at home with just a click and has also released a number of videos to showcase the different innovation it’s a working on.
Lenovo phab 2 pro price: Starting at: $499.99