With Pokemon Go gone viral, we all have witnessed how augmented reality (AR) can make people go crazy and how it became a worldwide phenomenon. So, it won’t be wrong to say that Augmented Reality can be the next big thing in the smartphone industry.
With Google’s Project Tango, Lenovo is all set to take AR beyond mobile games and bring it to our hands with a 6.4-inch phablet called Lenovo Phab2 Pro Tango. Although this much-awaited phablet was slated to release this month, it seems you will have to wait until fall to experience augmented reality beyond mobile games.
What is Project Tango And Why All The Fuss About Augmented Reality?
When you hold a Phab2 Pro in your hand, it will feel just like any other Lenovo Phab models, but what sets this phablet apart is the Tango Technology with the help of which you can map out a physical space, project virtual effects, and even track objects in the real-world space.
Does your living room need a new sofa, or are you confused between a round and a rectangular coffee table? Well, with this app, you will never go wrong while furniture shopping.
Do you always wanted to get a pet, but parents never approved of it? Well, here’s your chance to select a pet from the 3D library, take them anywhere you go, train them, play with them and even share their pictures on social media.
With this Trixi Studio game, you can experience who it is like to be a ghostbuster and knock down various phantom-like creatures.
Create a whimsical miniature virtual world right in the middle of your living room
How Does It work?
To ensure that you experience augmented reality to the fullest, this Lenovo phablet houses a total of four cameras. The four lifelines include a 16MP rear RGB camera, an 8MP front camera, a depth-sensing IR camera with an imager as well as an emitter, and lastly, motion tracking camera.
This device will come powered by an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 SoC processor, coupled with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB ROM for a seamless performance. A massive 4050mAh battery promises to deliver a 15-hour battery life while you look at the world from a different perspective. This 6.4-inch device comes with a QHD assertive display which adapts to variable lighting conditions like low-light, bright sunlight or even reflections.
The phablet will be available in 2 elegant colours: Gunmetal Grey and Champagne Gold
With a unique Tango app store, one can expect about 25 Tango apps at the time of launch which will increase to over a hundred by the year-end.
Being the first device to come with Tango, Lenovo Phab2 Pro is definitely worth waiting a little longer. You will have to wait till fall to get this giant device with depth sensing and 3D mapping in your hands to record 360-degree and 4K videos. Even with a price tag of Rs. 33,000, this device is sure to become a mega hit.