The Phablet sports a 8MP front camera, 16MP rear RGB camera, a fingerprint scanner at its back. Image Credit: Lenovo
The Phablet sports a 8MP front camera, 16MP rear RGB camera, a fingerprint scanner at its back. Image Credit: Lenovo
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After a long time of waiting for the first commercial product from Google’s Project Tango team; the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro which was supposed to go on sale in August this year, but got delayed till October, before finally getting a November 1 release date, is now up for grabs at the company’s website, for $499.99 (roughly 1.7 million UGX).

However, it’s availability in other markets/stores is not known yet.

Gadgets 360 reports that, the Phab 2 Pro will be available in Asia-Pacific markets where Lenovo has launched smartphones before; India, Indonesia, Philippines, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Cambodia, and Myanmar.

Lenovo had announced special Tango app store will be ready with 25 apps at launch, with hope to reach 100 apps by year-end.

Google during the launch, said over 35 apps have gone live on Google Play, where it is also featuring some of them.

Phab 2 Pro users can also easily download the Tango app to see all available experiences.