Lenovo’s new Augmented Reality Tango smartphone may shake the way how we play games!
Lenovo may pave the way for future games with their latest flagship, the Phab 2 Pro, which has 4 cameras working together to run Augmented Reality. On June 9th, 2016, Lenovo showed off their all new flagship, the Phab 2 Pro.
Lenovo has been working with Google’s “Project Tango” team to deliver augmented reality to smartphones. They were very excited to show off their new technology which finally came to life after teasing more about 1 and a half year. Google’s Project Tango has been working on their project since 3 years. This really shows how much effort they put into further revolutionizing the way how we use our smartphones. According to their demos they showed off super-impressive ways how it can be useful in daily lives. They also showed off how well it could turn your living room in a toy mess without any mess at all.
The implementation of Tango is amazing! Project Tango could unlock the boundaries of what smartphones functionally do today. If developers get some more polished games out there that use this, this will be a step in the right direction for smartphones.
This is impressive! Just like a few Oculus and Vive games use your room for augmented reality, Tango learns your area accordingly. As we can see, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro has 4 cameras, yeap that isn’t a typo!
For all this hardware I can see more smartphones that will finally satisfy some geeks and gamers. Not to say we aren’t satisfied, but the future is bright! Lenovo also took the correct approach with the pricing of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, it’ll be available for US $499 globally in September.