Intel Launched its Google Tango Powered Smartphone at CES 2016

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Aside of so many devices launched at CES 2016, Today, Intel Launches its RealSense smartphone. Earlier in CES 2015 this device was unveiled. Company has been working on it to make it commercially available since then.

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The good news is anyone, not just developers and companies, can now pre-order Intel’s Tango-enabled smartphone for $400 outright. In the first tablet device made with Google Tango software and smarts inside, it was an NVIDIA depth sensor that was in play. With this device, it’s Intel RealSense. A full-on RealSense camera array ready to roll on the back of a smartphone.

The Intel RealSense Smartphone Developer Kit is powered by an Intel Atom x7-Z8700 processor, 2GB of RAM, 64 GB of onboard storage, and Android OS. The display clocks in at 2560 x 1440p (Quad HD) resolution while the main and front cameras are at 8MP and 2 MP respectively. Like regular smartphones, it has WiFi, Bluetooth (4.0), GPS, and 3G connectivity. It also has HDMI and USB 3.0 ports.

With these kind of specs with the price tag of $400 is quite decent to have. These devices may soon be available for normal users.

SOURCEAndroid Community
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