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The Lenovo Phab2 Pro makes your current reality a bit more excitingLenovo's new Project Tango phone uses a depth-sensing 3D camera to scan the real world and place virtual objects within it.
[SOUND] If you haven't used Google's Project Tango, and you probably haven't since it hasn't been released to the public yet, or you don't even know what Project Tango is, let me attempt to explain it. It's a depth-sensing 3D camera that can scan the world around you, and help place virtual objects into the real world. You only see these virtual objects on your screen of course. In this case, the Lenovo Phab2 Pro screen, that's the phone you're seeing here. It uses Project Tango technology to augment your reality. Imagine placing virtual furniture into your home to see how it looks. Or hunting virtual aliens as you run around your living room. The Fab 2 has a high resolution, 6.4 inch screen, tons of RAM and dual SIM card slots. Something you don't see in many US phones. Also have I mentioned that it augments your reality? It's pretty impressive tech and at $500 US bucks, it had better be Look for the Phab2 Pro later this year along with the non-Tango Phab and Phab Plus. [MUSIC]