“Showcase all the things” appears to be the Lenovo motto at IFA 2017 in Berlin. The conference is scheduled in two weeks, and the company posted a video on YouTube, giving a sneak peek of the devices it will reveal to the audience.
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- ASUS ZenFone Zoom (white): $169
- Coolpad Conjr: $144
- LeEco Le Pro3: $280
- LeEco Le S3: $160
- Lenovo Phab2: $150.00
- Lenovo Phab2 Pro: $375
- Sony Xperia XA: $180...
Lenovo has launched the Phab2 Pro in India, exclusive to FlipKart in the country for now. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 652 chipset and features a huge 6.4" QHD display with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
Google has announced a partnership with the Detroit Institute of Arts which allows visitors to experience the museum with a Tango-enabled smartphone. The program uses the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro at the visitors request, and will help you learn more about each exhibit.
Linus from LinuxTechTips just uploaded his hands-on impressions video of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, where he talked about Google Tango. He shows some of the applications that Tango uses with the phone, and says the technology is clearly in its early stages.
Juan from Pocketnow just published his video review of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, and wanted to know if it offered more than the Tango experience. He agrees with other reviews and points out that it is a huge phone, he thinks the $500 price tag is a bit much, says camera performance is sub par and...
Jordan from Android Police went hands-on with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro and talked specifically about its Tango integration. He admits that Tango is currently in its "larval form" and believes this is why it will not appeal to the average consumer right now.
Ryan from Android Police just published his review of the Phab 2 Pro from Lenovo and immediately pointed out how large it is. Saying that even if you like a big phone, it still takes some time to get used to it.
- Build quality
- Battery life
- Fingerprint sensor
Chris from Engadget just published his review of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, and he feels they dropped the ball on many aspects of the phone.
- First widely available Tango phone
- Reasonably priced for bleeding-edge tech
- Excellent battery life if you don't use Tango
- Reassuring build...
Android Central's Lenovo Phab 2 Pro review claims the device is not ready for prime time. It feels too big and clunky to be a serious consumer product, and they say Tango's software feels unfinished and half-baked.
Mr. Mobile (Michael Fisher) has posted his review of the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro and states that the software is extremely unpolished and the device will work better as a secondary phone. However, as long as there is support for Tango, there is a potential for the Phab 2 Pro to redefine what phones...
The folks over at Pocketnow went hands-on with the Lenovo smartphone that has Google's Tango technology built into it. They feel this smartphone is like "holding the future," and believe AR can impact nearly every application or service that we currently use on our smartphones.
You can now pre-order the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, the first consumer level smartphone that integrates Google's Tango technology. To help those who are getting the phone soon, Google has highlighted a number of apps and games that work with this AR technology.
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is now available for $499. The device takes its place as the first phone to launch with Google's Tango technology. Tango uses advanced camera systems to create depth-sensing augmented reality apps and games. The phone will launch with 35 compatible apps to try.
The Lenovo Phab 2 is right around the corner. The $200 device is showing November 1st availability at Lenovo's online store. To be clear, this is not the $499 Lenovo Phab 2 Pro that will have Project Tango sensors. Instead, it's a 6.4-inch mid-range device.
Google has confirmed that the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro will launch in November. The Phab 2 line is the first ever to offer consumer-ready Tango technology.
Tango is an advanced vision system that allows a camera to use 3D mapping and spatial awareness to create an advanced augmented reality experience.
The launch of the Lenovo Phab2PRO (the world's first Project Tango smartphone) has been pushed back from Summer to Fall. The smartphone was originally scheduled for a US launch sometime in September. Lenovo has updated the product page on its site to reflect the delay, but a specific launch date...
Lenovo showed off a number of products today at the Lenovo Tech World conference. Along with those announcements, we also get some promo videos to help spread the word about them.
On Lenovo's YouTube channel, you can see videos for the Lenovo PHAB 2 Pro, their flexible displays, smart shoes...
With the introduction of the first consumer Tango smartphone from Lenovo, Google announces that the name will only be called Tango.
Not only that, but the official Google blog also shows us three different demo videos to give us a look at how we can use this technology in our lives.
Android Authority is at Lenovo Tech World right now and while most people are focused on just the Tango-enabled Lenovo PHAB 2 Pro smartphone, they got their hands on the other two devices as well.
We learn that all three are using mostly the same design, that as the devices get more expensive...