At Lenovo’s second Tech World event in San Francisco, the company announced the world’s first Project Tango based phablet, the Lenovo PHAB2 Pro. Created in partnership with Google, the phablet combines augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality experience together. Combined with motion sensing, depth sensing and 3D tracking, the device can create 3D maps of the user’s surroundings in real-time. Also Read - Best laptops under Rs 40,000 in July 2021: Mi Notebook 14, Asus VivoBook 14, and more
It transforms the surrounding in virtual reality space. The company also offered a couple of demos of the same, and it was pretty mind-blowing. The phablet features a full metal unibody design, fingerprint scanner at the back and audio technologies such as Dolby ATMOS and it is the first smartphone with Dolby 5.1 Audio capture. Also Read - Lenovo Legion 5 Pro launches with Ryzen 5000 CPU, brings Legion Ultimate Support service
Lenovo PHAB2 Pro specifications, features: It flaunts a 6.4-inch QHD IPS display. It is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 652 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM. With 64GB of onboard storage, a microSD card slot is also present. With AR and VR as one of the key highlights, the phablet features an 8-megpaixel front facing camera, a 16-megpaixel RGB camera, a motion camera and a depth sensing camera. Also Read - Best gaming laptops under Rs 1,00,000 in India: MSI GP65 Leopard, Dell G5 and more
The phablet sports 4,050mAh battery with fast charging feature and battery life that can last up to 15 hours on single charge, Lenovo claims. It will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS and be offered in champagne gold and gunmetal grey color options globally starting September. The PHAB2 will be priced at $499 (which is approximately Rs 33,500).