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Google teams up with Lenovo on smartphone with Project Tango's augmented reality

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Lenovo and Google announced a partnership today to create a new smartphone that makes use of a 3D augmented reality technology known as Project Tango.
Johnny Lee, a member of the Tango team at Google, said that the sense of space and motion provided by Tango will now be built into a mobile phone.
Qualcomm is supplying a Snapdragon processor to be the brain of the new smartphone.
Both Google and Qualcomm have collaborated with Lenovo on the device over the past year, Meredith said.
The final design isn’t set just yet, nor is the timing for the launch of phone, beyond the “summer of 2016.”
The price point is under $500.

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