Lenovo is the first to announce a Project Tango smartphone in the face of the Phab2 Pro. Officially, it's called Tango now, as this is a mature enough technology to drop the "project" moniker.
But back to the Phab2 Pro, it's a serious piece of technology sporting a 6.4" IPS LCD display of QHD resolution wrapped around a solid metal body. It measures from 7mm at its thinnest to 10.7mm.
There's a lot cramped inside the phone, including a 4,050mAh battery and a Snapdragon 652 chipset with an octa-core CPU and 4GB of RAM. However, the main talking point are the three cameras at the back.
The main unit is a 16MP RGB camera, which is joined by a separate depth camera and a motion tracking one. There's an infra-red beamer as well as a fish-eye lens needed for Tango to do its magic. An 8MP selfie camera at the front wraps up the camera hardware.
The main sensor is capable of recording 4K video at 30fps, but we weren't able to test its prowess, as the software is far from final. Speaking of which, the Phab2 Pro will ship with almost untouched version of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow (a good Moto influence right there).
Unfortunately, we couldn't play with any Tango-enabled apps ourselves, but the possibilities the platform offers are truly endless. From picking the perfect fitting furniture for your home, to navigating through a museum and playing games with your environment as a foundation is sure to be an awesome experience.