Google Tango Technology News & Update: Finally On Moto Z; Offers Flexible Functionality; Better Than Lenovo Phab 2?
The latest Google Tango Tech has been recently installed to several smartphones already, allowing users to have an intense 3D designs while looking at their surroundings. Now new reports are claiming that the Google Tango Tech will also be installed in Moto Z.
As some may recall Google has already explained what Tango Technology is, to quote further Get Google explained that "Tango technology lets you see more of your world." The user will just have to hold up his gadget and watch objects and information appear on top of the surroundings.
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Furthermore, Google Tango Technology is a set of software technologies and camera which will help map indoor areas for augmented reality. Lenovo's Phab2 Pro, being a smartphone to use Google's Tango technology, has been the first to be released. It can be remembered that it recently went on sale in the U.S after being delayed from its initial summer launch.
Though Lenovo's Phab 2 Pro might be the first smartphone using the Tango technology, still some other parts of the company are interested too. In fact, PC Mag confirmed in a recent report that "while addressing press at an event in Chicago, Motorola Mobility president Aymar de Lencquesaing said that the Lenovo subsidiary is "likely to have a Tango module" for the Moto Z line smartphones... though he stopped short of confirming such an add-on was currently in the works."
Indeed, a mod for the 5.5-inch Moto Z would provide a much more practical phone to use and allow users to add or remove the Tango functionality as they desired. Stay tuned for more Gamenguide Google Tango Tech update.
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