Intel's Real Sense Project Tango phone now available for pre-order

09 January 2016
Intel's Real Sense Project Tango phone now available for pre-order

Intel showed off an example of its Project Tango phone delayed last year at the Intel Developer Forum, and currently the phone and its entrenched Real Sense 3D camera is obtainable for buy. Intel launched a pre-order movement for the Android-powered phone on its web store for . While customers can obtain into the act, the phone is cogged more towards developers, businesses and those who might require capturing scans in an additional moveable form feature. For customers, the phone can also be used for amplified and practical reality gaming.

                                                                                                 

Project Tango phone approaches with a rear-facing Real Sense 3D ZR300 camera. Furthermore, the phone features a two-megapixel front-facing camera and rear-facing eight-megapixel shooter.

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Intel's 3D camera will open the cell phone up to latest experiences, including indoor 3D mapping, VR gaming and 3D scanning, Intel said. The Real Sense camera is proficient of capturing 10 million points per second.

Although the phone runs Google's Android operating system, it will not approach with the normal ARM architecture processors. Instead, the brain following Intel's Project Tango phone is the Intel Atom x7-Z8700 Atom-based processor.

In accumulation to the high-end Atom chip, the cell phone will ship with 64GB of storage and 2GB of memory. To competition other flagship phones on the marketplace today, Intel is also providing the phone with a roomy 6-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution display. The big screen will be helpful for screening 3D scans.

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