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Project Tango resurfaces in Lenovo and Intel phone designs

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Lenovo announced an Android phone using Google’s Project Tango technology, and Intel released a Project Tango development phone with its RealSense camera.

When Lenovo acquired Motorola from Google in 2014, Motorola’s “Advanced Research and Projects” (ATAP) group and Project Tango computer vision project stayed with Google. Now, however, Lenovo is moving forward with a Project Tango based smartphone that will go on sale this summer for under $500. The device will run Android on an unspecified Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC.

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