LENOVO PHAB 2 PRO: First Consumer Phone with Tango

The new LENOVO PHAB 2 PRO should be the first Lenovo phone to come to US, and the first phone that is able for Tango tech. At glance, this phone looks nice. However, it is not only about the look. This phone offers nice new things yet it has few weaknesses too. Here is the complete detail.

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro
There two interesting parts of this new phone. First, it is capable of Tango tech. Despite only offering the capability, this ability is completed with powerful supports. The Snapdragon 652 processor is especially made to support Tango tech so the entire process goes very smoothly. The rear 16 MP camera is also completed with depth and motion sensor to make perfect integration for the Tango system. This phone is also enhanced with what Lenovo calls the “Tango core” including the AR capability on the phone. This AR capability should be supported with area learning, depth perception, and motion tracking, and the new Lenovo phone has the entire specs to support it.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro

The inconvenient part is that the new phone has a large display and dimension. Instead of going on more practical size, this phone is equipped with 6.4 inches of Quad HD (2560x1440) 2K IPS screen, which is really nice virtual treat for playing games, photo displaying, any other possible task. The entire experience should be great too considering the data should be recorded on its onboard 64GB of memory and 4GB of RAM. For advanced users, the memory should be able to be improved up to 128GB of memory with the MicroSD slot. For video and music experience, this phone is equipped with 4.050 mAh battery capacity, and Dolby Atmos speakers and Dolby 5.1 audio capture.

Due to its dimension, this phone can also be called as phablets, which is a device with size bigger than phone yet smaller than a tablet. This new phone is labeled around $499 but purchase can be done only through Lowe’s hardware store and Best Buy store, which means online purchase. The whole design is real nice and solid, with only slight feeling for the slots and knob. There is no physical button on the front part, and this phone feels so great on your hands.   
Considering the whole specs, this phone should be persuasive enough for us to forget the fact that it is not a nice phone for one hand handling. However, there should be more devices with Tango-enabled specs following and we may want to wait. Despite the whole things,LENOVO PHAB 2 PRO is nice to get.   
  • Lenovo Phab 2 Pro User Manual english will available in here