Lenovo is all about to launch world’s first consumer Project Tango-enabled smartphone. It will release on June 9, 2016. In partnership with Google.
According to a leak by Evan Blass the Lenovo Project Tango smartphone will feature a 6.4-inch QHD Display .which could be Lenovo PHAB 2 Pro
What is Project Tango?
Project Tango combines 3D motion tracking with depth sensing to give your mobile device the ability to know where it is and how it moves through space. With Project Tango, developers can create applications that explore physical space around the user, including precise navigation without GPS, windows into virtual 3D worlds, measurements of spaces, and games that know where they are in the room and what’s around them.
“Innovation is at the heart of everything we do,” these are the words of Yang Yuanqing, chairman and CEO, Lenovo. “Lenovo is no longer just a PC or Smartphone company. Lenovo will play a role in developing new smart devices, delivering the smart connectivity required to enable new services and experiences, and providing the infrastructure that makes the new connected world possible.
Project Tango combines 3D motion tracking with depth sensors to give a mobile device the ability to know where it is and how it moves through an area, creating the potential to use augmented reality features on device. The augmented reality software, then overlays text or graphics on the real-life image. It differs from virtual reality, which sees to simulate real-world views. We have seen OEMs marketing AR before, like the Xepria Z series, It has AR software but that’s different from project Tango. Project Tango takes the AR to the next level.
Here’s a video for better understanding:
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