Lenovo's Tango Phone Goes On Sale In November
Lenovo confirmed this week that the Phab 2 Pro will go on sale in November. It was originally expected to go on sale in September. Clay Bavor, head of VR at Google, shared the news with CNET. The phone, announced earlier this year, is the first Project Tango handset. The Phab 2 Pro is a premium smartphone with an aluminum design, a 6.4-inch quad HD display, and a Snapdragon 652 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The phone has four cameras: an 8-megapixel selfie camera, a 16-megapixel main camera, a depth camera, and a motion-tracking camera. The latter two are core to helping create virtual/augmented reality content. The phone includes Dolby Atmos sound and is able to capture audio with Dolby 5.1 for more immersive sound. The Phab 2 Pro includes a 4,000mAh battery with rapid charging. It runs Android and will cost $499 when it reaches stores.
The Phab 2 Pro is the first Project Tango handset to reach the market and sets the stage for our augmented reality-filled future. This massive Android smartphone features four cameras and the ability to track motion and measure distances.
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Lenovo made the Phab 2 Pro, the first Project Tango augmented reality handset, available for sale on its web site today. The phone was originally expected to go on sale in September.
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Anyone know if a CDMA version is in the works as well?