Lenovo Announces First Project Tango Phone, the Massive PHAB 2 Pro

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Lenovo Tech World is still ongoing at the moment, but Lenovo took a minute to unveil the first Project Tango phone, the PHAB 2 Pro. As the name suggest, it’s a massive phone, but it also has four cameras, a metal unibody, and almost everything else you could ask for in a flagship. 

As for quick specs, you are looking at a 6.4-inch QHD display, 4050mAh battery with 2.4x fast charging, DOLBY Atmos sound with 5.1 audio capture, and four cameras for capturing Tango AR goodness. It has a 16MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, depth camera, and motion tracking camera.

The phone will be globally available in September at a pretty crazy low price of $499, unlocked, at retailers like Best Buy.

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