The dearest factwriting enthusiasts.Hopefully,these facts for this tablet released in June 2016 for the public be released plus GSMArena review !!True screen size=4.57 inches ,price $700 ,No NFC,IR,DLNA,USB V3.1,No Bluetooth 4.2 plus its auxiliaries,and no news about its upgrades and updates !!! Why do I mention them!!!?There is a probability that Lenovo has forgotten to mention them and some fellows asked me to write what I see !!Of course,I never ever mention to anyone to buy it or not to buy it because of my following my moral guidelines based on factwriting,...which is also in new terms,it is called "the freedom of choice" according to the law+GSMArena guidelines,....Thanks all plusGSMArena team 3 .Justice Rights,....
indeed cool but sorry if this price should buy huawei mate 8, cheaper again
For all the collaboration with Google, the phone is only using Marshmallow. embarrassing.
kkkid, 05 Dec 201682% of 4050 =3321 mAh= 3.321 Ah Most batteries store their electricity at 3.7 V 3.7 V * ... moreWe reached out to Lenovo and they clarified that the Phab2 Pro does not use Quick Charge 3.0. Battery section has been updated.
82% of 4050 =3321 mAh= 3.321 Ah
Most batteries store their electricity at 3.7 V
3.7 V * 3.321 Ah =12.28 Wh the energy accumulated.
Dividing on hour (just remove the 'h') gives 12.28 Watts.
Yet, Quallcomm and Lenovo promised 24 W.
Sorry, people, but I have to tell you, max output for QC 3.0 is 18 W. Everyone claiming above, is lying.
personally I really like the design, too bad it's a phablet with 6.4 inch, since I need phone with 5-5.5inch..
I though Project Tango originally created for surveillance and 3D mapping inside of your building.
No mention of the best value phone competing with this. The Xiaomi Mi MAX is an amazing device, 6.44" beautiful screen, thin and light, one of the best batteries out there and very stable (a bit week on the camera only), at a range from 150 to 250. Don't bother with anything else.
JanSolo242, 03 Dec 2016This phone lacks NFC so you can't use Android Pay, which is a let down for me, and the mic on ... moreYou should have looked at some reviews of this phone before any purchase. // I know the phone looks sexy (IMO), but dude, you could've looked it up before you purchased it.
This phone lacks NFC so you can't use Android Pay, which is a let down for me, and the mic on this device is crap, so voice to text requires me to nearly yell in a quiet room for it to work effectively.
I bought this phone and now regret it since Tango doesn't have any apps to justify its existence just yet.