Looks like you’ll have to wait until next month to try out Google’s Project Tango technology. Lenovo has confirmed to CNET that its Phab2 Pro smartphone will arrive only in November, after initially being announced with a summer release. The massive 6.4-inch phablet is the first phone to feature Google’s depth-sensing 3D camera system, which can scan spaces around you to help you navigate indoors with maps and visualize virtual objects like furniture in your home.
Google's Project Tango offers some exciting new opportunities for smartphones. Ed Baig takes a closer look at the first phone with the tech, Lenovo's PHAB2 Pro.
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.
It’s 6.4 inches, it’s got a crazy new depth-sensing camera system and it may actually arrive next month. Lenovo’s big Phab2 Pro was originally scheduled for retail release this summer, a date that eventually got pushed back to a fai...
The Lenovo PHAB2 Pro was announced in June as the first Tango-enabled smartphone. We haven't heard much about the PHAB2 Pro since that event, but now we're finally getting a launch timeline.