Huawei to launch Google Tango- enabled smartphone


After Lenovo and Asus, Huawei may turn into the next smartphone manufacturer to unleash a GoogleTango-empowered smartphone. Till now, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro and latest launched Asus Zenfone AR are the main two Project Tango-empowered smartphones out there.

As per the report on Android Authority website, more insights regarding this are yet to be accessible. It claimed that Huawei’s Tango-enabled smartphone may be launched anytime in the future and may support the same functionalities as those found in other Tango-enabled handsets.

The report additionally mentioned that Lenovo already has plans for launching a new Moto Mod for its Moto Z line-up of smartphones. This would empower the smartphones to use Tango’s AR features. The report asserted that the organization may even launch another Tango-enabled smartphone this year.

According to the report, developers are shying away from creating applications that support Google Tango. This fact can be substantiated with numbers – just 36 Tango-capable applications exist in the Google Play Store at present.

The report additionally quoted a Google blog post mentioning that more Tango-related apps are in the works. These include an app from leading clothing retailer Gap, likely to be known as DressingRoom. The application will allow
Tango-enabled smartphone users to put dresses on mannequins, permitting them to get an idea how the users would look in them.

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Sameeksha Bhardwaj, From ITvoir News Desk