Google opens up ARCore access as SDK exits preview

Google opens up ARCore access as SDK exits preview

Google has announced that it is going to launch its first smartphone running on the latest Android Oreo (Go edition).

ARCore is an augmented reality software development kit that makes it easier for developers to build AR experiences. That's because the product was exclusive to the Google Pixel, the search giant's flagship branded phone.

Android Go is relied upon to make minimum price Android Smartphones, which have been moderate, laggy and intensely traded off previously, at long last usable. Nokia is one of the OEM manufacturers which is expected to launch Nokia 7 Plus by Android One while according to rumors, Nokia 1 is supposed to run on the tailored Android Oreo (Go Edition) version. Citing Google data, the report suggests 100 million Android phones now support the platform. Currently, I find that Lens is quite adept at differentiating between various types of flowers, but struggles at more hard things like picking a specific auto model or identifying other types of greenery. Initially, it was meant for release at MWC 2018, but Google chose to release it earlier.

Google is also adding dedicated areas of the Play Store, where users can access lightweight apps, while Google Play Protect offers the same protection against malware. One such feature that Android users have been asking for since years is native dark mode, and, it looks like the next version of Android might finally bring it in.

“There is no skepticism about blockchain in banking. It’s about cryptocurrencies” – Hermes Bank deputy GM J. Williams
Why? Firstly, I would like to make something clear: there is a big difference between blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. You could safely say that – at least for the coming years – blockchain will be one of the top technological trends.

Lockheimer said Android One devices get Android updates for two years, including the latest AI enhancements from Google, and regular security updates for three years.

Google Lens lets you point your camera at stuff and get information. Google Lens will be expanding its footprint on Android and iOS in the coming weeks.

"ARCore 1.0 features improved environmental understanding that enables users to place virtual assets on textured surfaces like posters, furniture, toy boxes, books, cans and more", wrote Anuj Gosalia, Google Director of Engineering for AR.

This sort of thing feels like science fiction to me, as I have so many photos on my iPhone that are just lost in my camera roll.