At the Lenovo Tech World 2016 occasion in San Francisco, Yang Yuanqing – Chairman and CEO of Lenovo – reported the principal shopper confronting Project Tango Smartphone amid the keynote address on Thursday. With the shopper dispatch, Google has graduated the venture to call it simply Tango.
Called the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, the Smartphone was created in a joint effort with Google, and is intended to make “AR and VR as pervasive as your GPS.” The Smartphone will turn out to be all around accessible on retail retires in September, and Lenovo said they are relied upon to begin shipping from online stores in August.
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is evaluated at $499 (generally Rs. 33,500).
Project Tango is based on machine vision, with a camera and sensor setup that gives movement following, profundity observation, and territory learning. This can empower expanded reality applications like indoor route, inquiry, and gaming. With profundity detecting, it can be utilized signal following as a part of virtual reality.
To empower this, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro sports a 6.4-inch QHD IPS display, and a total of four cameras. It bears an 8-megapixel front camera, a 16-megapixel back RGB camera, a depth-sensing infrared camera with an image and an emitter, and also a motion tracking camera. It’s fueled by an octa- core Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 SoC, combined with 4GB of RAM. The Phab 2 Pro bears a 4050mAh battery that is guaranteed to convey a 15-hour battery life. It likewise brandishes Dolby Atmos sound innovation for its speakers, aside from Dolby Audio 5.1 Capture technology for recording 3D sound.
Lenovo likewise reported an uncommon Tango application store will be prepared with 25 apps at launch, with the plan to achieve 100 applications by year-end.
The company declared the Lenovo Phab 2 (valued at $199, or generally Rs. 13,500) and the Lenovo Phab 2 Plus (estimated at $299, or generally Rs. 20,000). Both Smartphone’s highlight 6.4-inch shows, yet where the previous components a HD show, the last bears a full-HD show.
While the Phab 2 bears a 13-megapixel back camera and a 5-megapixel front camera, the Phab 2 Plus bears double 13-megapixel back cameras with Fujitsu Milbeaut imaging programming, and an 8-megapixel front camera. The previous is controlled by a quad- core MediaTek MT8735 SoC, combined with 2GB of RAM, while the last is fueled by an octa- core MediaTek MT8783 SoC combined with 3GB of RAM. The Phab 2 Plus additionally bears a unique mark sensor on the back board also, much the same as the Phab 2 Pro.