Lenovo's Phab 2 Pro AR handset visits Chinese regulatory agency TENAA
The first commercial phone to come out of Google's Project Tango, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro has been certified by Chinese regulatory agency TENAA. Earlier this year Lenovo demonstrated how the phone, with its three rear-facing cameras, could allow you to rearrange heavy furniture in a room by simply using a finger to move images around on the handset's screen.
The Chinese version of the Phab 2 Pro has the same specs as the model coming to the states. That means it features a huge 6.4-inch screen with a 1440 x 2560 resolution. The Snapdragon 652 chipset is under the hood with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable native storage. Joining the 16MP camera in back is another lens for depth and a third that detects motion.
Even with all of the AR capabilities this is still a phone after all, which means that users are still going to want to take selfies. That is where the 8MP front-facing camera comes in. The Phab 2 Pro will be offered in Gunmetal Gray and Champagne Gold, and is a bit thick at 11.15mm. A 4050mAh battery allows you to avoid the wallhuggers fighting over electrical outlets.
The Phab 2 Pro will be available in the U.S. this September priced at $499, and we expect to see a similar price and release month for the device in China.
source: TENAA (translated)