Google, Verizon and ASUS were all pretty stoked to advance augmented reality technology just a step closer to consumers’ reach. After finally having Lowe’s launch its new AR home plotting spaces at 400 of it locations, the three companies have announced that the Tango-enabled ZenFone AR will be coming to the carrier in the summer.
The phone, a marked reduction in size from Lenovo’s own Phab 2 Pro effort, will come packed with a Snapdragon 821, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, DTS surround sound enhancements and all the sensors it needs to detect real world distances and performance incredibly complex GUI adjustments. Aiding in that effort is a 5.7-inch quad HD AMOLED display and over 100 Tango apps on the Google Play Store to experience on it.
We’ll learn more about availability and pricing when said summertime comes, we suppose.