Project Ara is no more, but that doesn't mean Google's weirder smartphone ambitions are all dead and buried. Project Tango -- a push to put 3D mapping in a smartphone -- is still alive and well, thanks to Lenovo. Speaking to CNET, Google's Clay Bavor confirmed that the Phab2 Pro should be coming out next month. The phone promises to track your surroundings and then, augmented reality style, display content that looks like it's right in front of you.
Unveiled alongside the Moto Z in early June, Lenovo’s Phab 2 Pro, otherwise known as what should be the first commercially available Tango phone, will launch next month in November. As a freshening up, the Phab 2 Pro is a large devi...
Lenovo Group Ltd. unveiled the first smartphone based on Google’s Project Tango, a technology designed to measure and map surrounding spaces and objects.
After three years, Google has finally found someone to launch a product with its Project Tango technology. A new Lenovo phone will be able map out the world around it.
According to the head of VR at Google, Clay Bavor, the first Google Tango phone, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, will go on sale in November.