So, you think you’re pretty special with your smartphone, snapping photos in the second dimension on either of its two cameras?
Ha. Welcome to the future my friend, because Lenovo has out-tech’d every other manufacturer in the biz by putting not three, but four cameras into the massive 6.4in Phab2 Pro.
That’s a trio of snappers on the rear - a 16MP RBG camera, a depth camera, a fish-eye camera for ultra-wide angle shots - and an 8MP selfie sensor on the front. “Four cameras? That seems a tad overkill” you whine, but what if we told you there’s a method to this madness? Namely, this is the first phone in existence to use Google’s augmented reality computing platform, Tango. Ah, now you’re cooing, and with merit.
Tango helps open up a whole host of possibilities for augmented reality by monitoring depth perception, motion tracking and gauging area learning of the world around you.
This translates into more immersive gaming experiences that take place right in your living room, or the ability to measure furniture from IKEA in realtime to see how it fits, well, in your living room. Ok, there’s a lot of potential for your living room, but also tons of other applications that go far beyond it, all downloaded right from the Google Play Store.
The Phab2 Pro is at the cutting edge of smartphone technology and we’re giving one lucky reader the chance to win their very own Tango phone to have, hold and expand their mind into the third dimension.
How to enter
For a chance to win a Lenovo Phab2 Pro answer this simple question:
The Lenovo Phab2 Pro has how many cameras?
B… Wait, what’s a camera?
For more info click here. Competition closes February 28 2017.