The first Google Tango phone for consumers has been revealed – Lenovo PHAB2 Pro – and today we’re having our first hands-on experience. This device is very similar to the other two models of the PHAB2 being revealed by Lenovo this week, both with 6.4-inch displays and relatively similar bodies – but here we’ve got 2K resolution (2560 x 1440) and an aluminum alloy around the edges and back of the phone. Then there’s the array of cameras and sensors around the back. So many sensors and cameras.
This device has three physical buttons up front – capacitive, that is, touch-sensitive, but off the screen. Then there’s a power button and a volume rocker on the right, and a microUSB port at the bottom.