Lenovo is teaming up with Google to debut the first Project Tango smartphone, which uses 3D sensors to map the world around it. The Tango phone will be able to give directions without the need for GPS, and it can augment reality to bring things like dinosaurs and cars into your environment.

The phone hasn’t been unveiled yet, but is expected to launch sometime this summer. While it’s possible that the phone will make an appearance next week at Google I/O 2016, it’s more likely that Lenovo will debut the phone at its Tech World ’16 event on June 9th.

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