Lenovo PHAB2 Pro Goes Official, The First Project Tango Phone With 3 Back Cameras!

Earlier, Lenovo just unveiled the PHAB2 Pro, the 2nd generation of their gigantic Phab Plus. If you think that this is just an ordinary big phone, think again, the Lenovo Phab2 Pro is an innovative phone that's dubbed as the first Project Tango Phone for commercial use.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, Project Tango phone
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, Project Tango phone

Related: Lenovo Also Announced PHAB2 And PHAB2 Plus

As a refresher to Project Tango, it is Google's initiative to make a phone measure locations using special type of cameras for depth and motion. It'll enable you to experience virtual reality better and simply richer. It also has a goal of making your smartphones a human scale of understanding of scale and motion.
Phab2 Pro in front
Phab2 Pro in front

Going the phone, the PHAB2 Pro is a beast. It goes with a slightly smaller 6.4 inch screen, but with a higher QHD resolution at 459 ppi, loads with Snapdragon 652 chip, Adreno 510 GPU, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM and 4,050 mAh of battery capacity.

To make the Project Tango possible, it has 3 cameras at the back. One 16 MP main camera, a depth camera and a motion tracking camera w/ fish eye lens and IR laser. In front, it has an 8 MP camera for your selfies.

It loads with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box too.

Lenovo PHAB2 Pro Specs

Display: 6.4 Inch QHD IPS 2560 x 1440 resolution w/ 2.5D curved glass at 459 ppi
CPU: 1.8 GHz 64 Bit Snapdragon 652 octa core processor
GPU: Adreno 510
RAM: 4 GB
ROM: 64 GB expandable via micro SD card slot up to 128 GB
Back Camera: 16 MP w/ PDAF and LED flash, depth camera, motion camera
Selfie Camera: 8 MP f/2.2
Battery: 4,050 mAh
OS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Connectivity: WiFi, 3G, LTE, Bluetooth, GPS, A GPS, dual SIM (hybrid)
Sensors: g, proximity, light, e-compass, gyroscope, hall, vibration
Others: Fingerprint sensor, triple array mic, Colors: champagne gold, gunmetal grey
Dimensions: 179.83 x 88.57 x 10.7 mm
Weight: 259 g
Price: PHP 24,999

It'll retail at USD 500 (around 23K Pesos) in US soon. There's no word about international availability yet.

Source: Engadget
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