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No longer sold through Verizon with CDMA support, the Google Tango and Daydream-powered Asus ZenFone AR can still be purchased unlocked for GSM use starting at an all-time low price of $499.
Instead, development will shift to ARCore, a wider platform where apps and web interfaces will be involved and not a whole bunch of sensors.
The United Kingdom and other countries will have to bide their time just a bit, but at least five European nations now have the first Tango phone.
It's a HUGE phone with exciting, futuristic tech on board for Augmented Reality apps, but should it be your daily driver? Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Video Review!
Motorola may chain on its parent company's first Project Tango product, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, to make a modular augmented reality accessory for its Moto Z.
It's like holding the future. Lenovo and Google want to augment your reality! Here's our first dive into the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro with Google Tango!
Huawei shoots for a dual-camera phone with machine learning and a fitness tracker while Windows may be on the rebound. We talk... with alcohol.
The first Android smartphone with augmented reality developed in mind is on sale today and, if you decide to get it, you have proper apps to use with it.
The budget phablet gives you big boom for little buck. Two sibling phones are also on the way with one putting augmented reality in everyone's hands.
Unimpressed by the Daydream VR-ready Google Pixel and Pixel XL phones? The AR-capable Lenovo Phab2 Pro is also right around the corner.
The HP Elite x3 is a powerful Windows 10 Mobile phone intended for enterprise users, but it doesn't have the hardware needed for AR baked-in.
The Snapdragon 652-packing Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is likely just the consumer beginning for Google Tango, with SD820 phones built on the AR platform coming soon.
We're back from Lenovo TechWorld, and we're ready to share our first impressions on the Moto Z and Z Force, Phab 2 Pro, and Google Tango Augmented Reality!
Project Tango is just Tango now, and the gargantuan Lenovo Phab 2 Pro we got to take for a quick spin will be the first to integrate the AR technology.
Google's augmented reality work has come to life with the Lenovo PHAB2 Pro phone, the first Tango-enabled smartphone. And it will be sold at Lowe's.
Lenovo's Tech World '16 is expected to be a mobile haven for augmented reality and modular accessories. Watch the keynote live, right here.
The first ever consumer version of a Google-developed Project Tango phone, likely called Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, is unofficially pictured today.
In just three days, Lenovo reportedly plans to take the wraps off the first fully polished Project Tango phone, the 6.4-inch Phab 2 Pro.
June 9 will most likely see a Motorola Moto X-following Moto Z debut in San Francisco, and an odd family connection with the ancient Razr is teased.
Just as it was with last year's Moto X Play and Moto X Style/Pure Editon, both Vertex and Vector Thin will play the same Tango to different specs.
Lenovo wants to blow our minds next month in San Francisco, where the first Project Tango phone will be "launched", likely alongside the Moto X 2016.
Rumors of a crossover Google Cardboard Project Tango effort could be part of Google's next-gen VR/AR plans.
Our exclusive CES 2016 coverage has almost come to an end, and it's time to take a look back at all the exciting things that happened in Vegas on January 7.