Lenovo and Google’s first Project Tango Phone could be the PHAB2 Pro sporting a QHD display.
For those of you who don’t know, Project Tango will use sensors to map the area around a device for an augmented reality experience. This could be used to create designs of a room or for AR gaming.
Lenovo are the first company to partner with Google on Project Tango and apparently the phone will feature a large 6.44-inch QHD display. The leak comes from EVleaks who also had a few renders of the device plus a name for it too.
According to the tipster the Lenovo device will be called the Lenovo PHAB2 Pro and would cost under $500 at launch.
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