Intel unveils smart phone equipped with a camera RealSense

Jan

10

2016

The company Intel yesterday detects the new phone, which includes a three-dimensional camera RealSense able to identify the three-dimensional elements and gestures are similar to the Microsoft Kinect to play Kinect device, comes the declaration during the company’s participation in the Consumer Electronics Show CES 2016.

And carrying the camera definition ZR300 name, and consists of a number of sensors call them Intel and camera module RealSense R200, along with units of acceleration, maintaining the balance and see the trend as well as the presence of lens provides visibility broad to capture and track the movement.

The phone supports specifications Tango project of Google’s Project Tango, and help available phone technologies such as mapping indoor navigation places and learning capabilities that integrate naturally with dimensional scanning tri applications make the device a strong partner in the virtual reality and real reality, and control plane technologies drone.

And it owns the phone screen to measure 6 inches in 2560 precisely × 1440 pixels, with a processor from the Intel Atom company x7-Z8700, and 2 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of internal storage space, with front camera accurately 2-megapixel rear camera accurately 8 megapixel.

The phone works by the Android operating system, supports 3G networks and supports fourth-generation 4G / LTE networks, and is considered the phone to support 3G networks is something impressive.

It seems that Intel has condoning support fourth-generation networks 4G / LTE smartphone because mainly intended for developers, not to Gmeho consumers.

It is assumed that the device resides in the hands of the users who want to create applications that can benefit from RealSense your phone’s camera, and the phone has a price around $ 400, and can be requested in advance from the site of Intel Corporation.

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