Project Tango: Google and Qualcomm join hands

The project Tango is back with a latest announcement by Qualcomm promising to bring a new handset in collaboration with Google. This will bring us a smartphone with build in capabilities of the Tango project. You can get more accurate and interesting 3D measurement of things around you on the new smartphone with Project Tango.

As we have seen smartphones and tablets with the Project Tango using cameras and sensors with special software to get 3D models. The specific hardware and software join to get multiple 3D measurements of things around and produce the results on real time with impressive results.

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The new phone announced by Qualcomm will give you the essence of Project Tango with a Chipset of Snapdragon 810, Octa-Core CPU and Graphics by Adreno 430. Qualcomm and Google have initially planned the device for developers and manufacturers.

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These reports from Qualcomm followed Google yesterday’s announcement regarding the developer kit for Project Tango. Google at its annual Google I/O conference announced the developer kit which will be available in the market by next week carrying the price tag of $512. From Google Play Store you can acquire the kit along with the Tegra K1 chipset by NVIDIA.

Considering the specs of the device we can find the same tablet which was out for the developers by Google last year. But apart from the other details Google has doubled the prices. It is a bit disappointing but other details are good for the developers it targeted.

Project Tango back again with Google Qualcomm partnership

It comes with a 7 inch display heaving a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The RAM is kept at 4GB of RAM and storage at 128GB. There are also two cameras equipped with a depth sensor. It is also equipped with sufficient option for good connectivity. For instance, it supports LTE connectivity along with Wi-fi and Bluetooth.

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