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Lenovo unveils first smartphone powered by Google’s Tango

The tech company has unveiled a smartphone that can see an map out surroundings

8th January, 2016
The Chinese company will become the first to sell devices employing Alphabet subsidiary Googles Tango technology Credit: Pixabay

Lenovo Group has unveiled a smartphone that can see and maps out its surroundings with help from an Alphabet 3D-scanning technology named Project Tango.

The Chinese company will become the first to sell devices employing Alphabet subsidiary Google’s Tango technology, which superimposes information and digital images onto displays of the real world. An infrared and wide-angle camera orients the user within indoor spaces and precisely maps the immediate environment – capturing the dimensions of a...

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