The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is the size of a basketball shoe, it has rough software, and it's going on sale at a hardware store. That's a strange mixed bag for Lenovo's first US smartphone offering, but still in all, I couldn't wait to try it out.
That's because the Phab 2 Pro is more than just a weirdo phablet: it's the first commercially-available smartphone with Tango, Google's augmented reality platform. In the couple days I've had with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, I've put raptors on my breakfast table, test-fit expensive couches in my living room and remotely measured the dimensions of everything in sight. Are these glimpses of the future of augmented reality worth the $499 price tag (and the bevy of bugs that Lenovo's software packs along with it)? Find out in MrMobile's hands-on with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro and Project Tango!
Got any further questions? Check out the ongoing Q and A thread in the VRHeads forums with our very own Russell Holly.