We first heard about the Phab2 Pro at Lenovo Tech World, which was held back in June. At this event, Lenovo introduced us to the Phab2 Pro and its Google Tango capabilities for the first time. Since then, it seems that demand has dwindled, as the release day kept getting pushed back. However, the pushing back is finished, as the Phab2 Pro is now available. Here are the availability and pricing details you’ll want to know.
News surrounding Lenovo’s Phab2 Pro phablet has been light of late. We also haven’t heard much about Google’s Tango, the new technology embedded into the Phab 2 Pro, up until now.
Earlier in the year at Lenovo’s annually held tech world show, the Phab2 Pro was announced as the first Google Tango equipped smartphone. Although previously slated for a Summer release, it now appears that we’ll be waiting for the Fall to get hands-on with the beast.
At this point in time, there’s just one device supporting Google’s Tango (formerly known as Project Tango), Lenovo’s Phab2 Pro. But soon, a lot more will be added to that list.
Lenovo has launched the first-ever smartphone to incorporate Google Tango, Google’s 3D mapping technology that used to be referred to as ‘Project Tango.’ Google shows just how capable Tango is in three of its new videos.
Late last week, Motorola introduced three high-end smartphones, the Phab 2 Pro, the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force.