The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro was recently launched in Indian markets.The new will be using the new Google Tango reality platform and will be its first real-world application. Reality platforms are still an unchartered territory, and the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is the first phone to make use of it. It’s going to work on the supposition that there is more to augmented reality than meets the eye.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro
Google Tango is what makes the Lenovo Phab 2 a phablet in the real sense of the epithet. With a display of 6.4 inches, it is the largest phone yet. It weighs 0.14 ounces and is heavier than most ordinary phones. For all the applications it features, it is a little unwieldy. The resolution is high, and that is an advantage that this phone has over its competitors. Its high capacity battery gives it good and longer screen-on times. The Tango apps that are available run well on this phablet.
On the other hand, some people may find it too big or too heavy. In addition to being too heavy, it is also bulky, and design is slippery. As a result of this, dropping the phone becomes more likely. The phone could also have a shorter life because of middle-of-the-road hardware. It comes in two colours; Gunmetal Gray and Champagne Gold, both of which are good colours. The design is not exceptional, but it doesn’t offend the aesthetic senses.
The fingerprint scanner is on the back which is novel. The Phab 2 is more of a functional gadget. Compared to the V20, it is huge. Its performance is not in question, but its durability is questionable. The screen is bright enough to use even in the daytime. The battery is 4,050 mAh battery. The longevity of the battery is exceptional.
All in all, it’s a good phone. However, it has its drawbacks. People who are looking for a functional phone will be happy with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro