Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, the first world’s smartphone with Google’s Project Tango, a platform that uses computer vision to enable smartphones and tablets to detect position about the world through GPS and sensors. The announced Lenovo Phab 2 Pro can measure distances in 3D space, map out indoor areas, and create virtual and augmented reality, floating virtual objects into real space. This smartphone will be available this September in the United States.
Google’s Tango 30-second promotional videos show what incredible things people can do with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. From using this smartphone from indoor navigation to interact with virtual reality, this smartphone has some blow-minding uses.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Tango a multitasking machine
Lenovo’s first tango can measure the space in between object at home or office. This would be extremely useful when it is important to know if a piece of furniture would fit in. With this device, people will never have to worry about self-measuring. That’s a time saver.
By using its 3D mapping and sensors, this smartphone will be useful for the navigating user inside buildings and for helping them to get from one place to another. Thanks to its area learning capabilities, Lenovo’s Tango can give guided directions, displayed on the screen in an augmented reality view, as well as, seeing your path the whole way as you move towards your destination
The tech augmented reality is another great reason why Tango is one of the futuristic smartphones ever launched this year. Gamers will enjoy this feature because they will be able to come alive as the interface is overplayed on top of the real world and displayed on a screen, meaning they will interact with things from both realities, from the reality and from the virtual one that created by the game developers.
Finally, the reality interface to explore a virtual world will give users the chance to create their virtual reality without leaving their locations. This could also be attractive to kids when they are learning about historic places.
Lenovo’s Tango specifications
- 4-inch Quad HD (2560×1440) IPS display
- 4GB RAM
- 64GB storage
- microSD up to 128GB
- 4,050mAh battery with fast charging
- Dual SIM slots
- Rear 16MP fast-focus camera with Tango depth sensor and motion tracking
- Front 8MP fixed-focus camera, F2.2 aperture
- Triple-array active noise cancellation
- Dolby Atmos + Dolby Audio Capture 5.1
Source: PC Magazine