Lenovo Unveils Phab2 Pro Flagship Smartphone Featuring Google’s Project Tango
Lenovo has come up with its latest flagship phone dubbed Phab2 Pro and it is equipped with Google’s Project Tango technology.
Sporting a screen size of 6.2-inch, the phone comes with several cameras and sensors to help users map out environment in 3D.
It is claimed the phone, world’s first to be equipped with Project Tango, can capture over 250,000 measurements a second.
Lenovo first announced its Phab2 Pro phone at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. It comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 652 “system on a chip” and is wrapped by an all metal aluminum.
It is note here the chip is not premium of Qualcomm. It is not Snapdragon 820.
Further, it is revealed the phone comes with 4GB of on-board memory and offers a display resolution of 2,560 x 1,440.
On the rear site the Phab2 Pro smartphone is mounted with two 16-megapixel cameras along with depth sensors and motion tracking.
Lenovo has priced tagged the phone at $499 and is said to release it globally in September. One more variant of the phone, without Project Tango features, will be made available for $299. It will be dubbed as Phab2 Plus.
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