Lenovo and Google are collaborating to create the world’s first smartphone powered by Project Tango technology. The device was originally announced at the CES 2016 electronics show in January.
The upcoming smartphone supports augmented reality features developed under the project. Made up of 3D motion tracking with depth sensors, it gives a mobile device the ability to know its location and how it will navigate through the area. Then the AR software overlays graphics or text on the displayed real image providing further information about it in real time.
The device is expected sometime in July 2016 at a competitive price.