Google Project Tango Tablet Goes Through FCC
FCC has leaked a version of Google’s Project Tango last week! Google announced in June that it has partnered with LG to create a consumer device based on Project Tango. We were expecting this secret device somewhere next year.
Nevertheless, to get developer support, Google announced that a 7-inch developer model of the device will go on sale to allow developers to play around with the 3D mapping technology. It seems that the developer device went through the FCC certification process a week ago. Does this indicate that the release of the device is sooner than we think?
Most of the details were marked confidential but what we can gather is that the device which is a tablet has the model number NX-74751 and is equipped with LTE bands 2, 4, 5, 7 and 17. The device will be powered by a 2480 mAh battery at 7.6 Vdc.
The most fascinating part of the device is the built in 3D scanning technology. This technology enables users to create accurate three-dimensional maps.
In addition, the device has a 7 inch Full HD screen and runs on Tegra K1 processor. It is equipped with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. It is rumoured to be priced at USD$1,024 (RM)
Source: Android Authority