Lenovo Phab 2 Pro set for September Release
Google launched a smartphone project called the Tango and right now, we have the first commercially produced device to come out of this project being regulated in China by TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of the FCC. Named the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, Lenovo had earlier shown us in the early months of the year how you could use the three cameras mounted on the back of the device to do things such as the arrangement of furniture in a room you are in by simple swipe gestures on the screen.
For the Chinese version, the same specs are on the device as that meant for the United States’ markets too meaning that we would be getting the same 6.4 inches of screen, a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset coupled with a 4GB RAM and with the 16MP camera out back are two other lenses – one for depth and the other for motion detection.
AR or not, Lenovo also realises that this device would be needed for selfies and thus mounted an 8MP front shooter in front, all run by the massive 4050mAh battery on board. It is set to hit the US markets sometimes in September and as of now, official pricing stands at $499.
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