Google announced the Project Tango more than two years ago and it was expected that many smartphones would adopt this feature to transform daily life.
Project Tango primarily offers the phone with an ability to sense its surroundings while it could also map surroundings in 3D. One of the common applications would be using the 3D mapping technology to see first-hand how a new furniture would look in your home. However, unexpected delays in putting the technology into an actual production model has led to a lot of delays. The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro was to be the first.It was initially expected in the United States back in the summer. After several delays, it is finally set to go on sale from November 1. It marks a significant moment in the history of the smartphone. Microsoft recently introduced several 3D mapping elements on the upcoming Windows 10 update. It is not surprising that Project Tango’s introduction on the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro comes just days later. The phone is set to come with a huge 6.4 inch display, putting the device in the region of phablets.
In the past, consumers have seen phones with more than 6.4 inches of screen real estate offer a paltry resolution which makes up for a bad combination. The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is different because it offers QHD resolution just like the higher end devices. As a result, the 459 PPI looks decent enough even on a screen as big as the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro’s display. Users can play with the android 6.0, which does not excite someone coming out of the android 7.1 user experience on the Google Pixel devices, and run multiple apps thanks to the 4 GB of RAM.
The internal storage is also a healthy 64 GB. One of the biggest and most awaited elements on the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro has to be its battery. For a phone with a 6.4 inch display, battery life has to be excellent and the mere presence of fast charging alone cannot compensate for the lack of a big battery. The 4050 mAh lithium ion cell is expected to be decent in this regard. Lenovo claims that the phone will be able to offer immersive audio and video experience, while the former is enhanced by the support for Dolby Atmos audio. Available for $499 in the United States, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro clearly offers high-end specifications for half the price.