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No longer sold through Verizon with CDMA support, the Google Tango and Daydream-powered Asus ZenFone AR can still be purchased unlocked for GSM use starting at an all-time low price of $499.
Instead, development will shift to ARCore, a wider platform where apps and web interfaces will be involved and not a whole bunch of sensors.
Verizon's exclusive US availability of the virtual and augmented reality-powered Asus ZenFone AR starts today at a surprisingly sensible price point.
The Tango-enabled, Daydream-ready Asus ZenFone AR is the company's first phone in years launched in the UK, with the ZenFone 4 line also around the corner.
Still not actually available stateside, the Daydream and Tango-powered Asus ZenFone AR is now up for grabs in India. And the ZenFone 4 is also nigh.
We still know very little about the "regular" Asus ZenFone 4 and premium-sounding 4 Pro, but the ZenFone 4 Selfie, Max and 4V specs are already out.
All we know about the delay-plagued Asus ZenFone 4 lineup is it includes a "mainstream" 5.5-inch model priced at around $500.
A couple of cavalier employees have taken to Weibo to show off a new phone that can be cleaned up under the sink and may have 8GB of RAM.
Forget that super-vague "summer" ETA. The Daydream and Tango-powered Asus ZenFone AR gets a slightly less vague release timeline now.
A carrier dances with a Tango-enabled phone for augmented reality. And it's doing so with a Taiwanese manufacturer of all things... no, not that one.
The time will "soon" come for HTC and Lenovo-made Google VR headsets to fly solo, as will for the Galaxy S8 to support Daydream.
The mysterious Asus "AIO VR" should purportedly launch sometime this year as one of the world's first standalone immersive HMDs.
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Regular reality is boring. What if you could have both Augmented AND Virtual Reality in one device? Here's our Asus ZenFone AR First Look at CES 2017!
It does augmented reality with a Snapdragon 821. It brings virtual reality to life with a quad HD screen and a "5-magnet speaker." ASUS is bringing it on.
Qualcomm had to hold on to Snapdragon 835's secrets just a few hours longer, but Evan Blass somehow obtained the press release a little early.
It's Google's second phone with its Tango AR technology and ASUS can claim a first with having both Tango and Daydream VR together at once.