Lenovo Phab 2 Pro (Project Tango) smartphone release Date?


The Lenovo PHAB2 Pro was first announced at the Lenovo Tech World 2016 conference in early June. The PHAB2 Pro happens to be the world’s first ‘Tango‘ (originally dubbed ‘Project Tango’) smartphone and was scheduled to hit the market by this Summer but it seems like that won’t be happening as the arrival of Tango’s first smartphone to the market has been delayed.

However, Lenovo has now pushed the release of the Phab 2 Pro to fall, which has created confusion over the exact availability of the smartphone. Even Lenovo’s US online store has now replaced the “Summer” release with “Fall.” While the company’s Herman Cheng, manager of global tablet marketing communications for Lenovo, claims that the smartphone will be available in stores during this holiday season.

Moreover, the smartphone won’t be launched in a few countries where it was initially considered for release. For instance, Australia is now among the list of countries where the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro won’t be launched.

LENOVO PHAB2 Pro comes with a large 6.4-inch Quad-HD display, built with 2.5D glass, and the device is powered by a Snapdragon 652 System-on-Chip and an Adreno 510 to handle graphics.
Under the hood, it packs 4GB of RAM mated to 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card slot.
 As for optics, the PHAB2 Pro sports a 16-megapixel Fast-Focus sensor on the rear with phase detection autofocus, Depth Sensor for Tango, and Motion Tracking Sensor for Tango, while the front sports an 8-megapixel sensor.
The 4050mAh battery is in charge of keeping the lights on, and it supports fast charging. For software, it comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
 This dual-SIM device also packs a fingerprint scanner on its rear and comes with a range of connectivity options such as 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, and WiFi 802.11ac. The PHAB2 Pro carries a retail tag of $499.

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is the world’s first smartphone capable of capturing 360-degree sound live recording. Furthermore, the smartphone gets four cameras that essentially act like sensors allowing the phone to process technologies like area learning, depth perception, and motion tracking. It’s the first device to come with Project Tango.

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