Project Tango Tablet Hits Google Play Store For $512
Google fans! We have some great news for you guys as the company has released its Project Tango tablet. The device is available through Google Play store and can be yours for $512. The Project Tango initiative and the tablet was revealed last year.
The tablet featuring “advanced vision capabilities,” was only available via an invite up until now. That changed earlier today as the product was listed on Play Store.
Google removed the invite requirement for the tablet just one day before the I/O Keynote, which is indication that something is brewing behind the scenes.
What’s more interesting is that the product isn’t really for public use, it’s meant for the development community. However, that can’t stop you from buying it.
For now, the device is only shipped to the United States, but a wider roll-out is expected. For $512, the tablet lacks features, for instance, it’s still stuck with the Android KitKat, and on top of that, there is only a 7″ screen. Still, its 4GB RAM is impressive.
On a related note, Google is expected to show the next version of Android at the I/O Keynote 2015. Android Lollipop was revealed at I/O 2014, so it would make sense if Google goes on to announce Android M at the event.
Google is keeping its silence on the matter but as usual, rumors and speculations about the OS are flying around all over.
We’ll have more to discus in the near future, so check back with us later. What features would you like to see in Android M? Let us know in the comments below.
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