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The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is the first phone with Google Tango, a 3D-sensing camera technology. What the heck does that mean?
It means this phone is more than a pretty 6.4-inch face with a 2,560x1,440-pixel screen...
It can measure things just by looking at them. Like this wheelchair-accessible ramp.
Or, it can act as a window into another world. Just like in that Pokemon game you might have heard about.
It's an Android 6.0 Marshmallow phone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor, 4GB of RAM, dual SIM slots, and a giant 4,050mAh battery under the hood.
But the most important part is around back: This image sensor package lets the phone know where it is in the real world, and maps out its surroundings.
That sensor system is what allows Tango apps to work. There'll be 35 apps at launch.
Such as Domino World, a game that lets you place rows of virtual dominoes in your real world, then topple them over.
Or Solar Simulator, which puts the size of our solar system into perspective by placing planets the proper distance from each other.
Big names such as Hot Wheels are also on board.
Some of the most useful Tango apps let you see if life-size furniture could fit into your home.
Apps such as Wayfair (not pictured) may let you buy the furniture on the spot.
Tango's still got a few issues to work out. Sometimes this zombie lurched into Crayola's Color Blaster game as planned...
...but other times, tracking issues meant we saw this boring disc instead.
Building a tiny tower was pretty cool, though.
And here's one last picture of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro.