Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off a version of its RealSense 3D depth camera this week that is small enough to be put inside a 6-inch smartphone. Intel has previously developed versions of the RealSense camera that can be put inside tablets and laptops, including the recent Acer Aspire V 17 Nitro.
Krzanich showed off the RealSense smartphone prototype during a keynote speech at the Intel Developers Forum in Shenzhen, China. However, he did not actually show the camera working inside the smartphone.
Here's what Intel had to say about Krzanich's presentation, per BBC News:
It's possible Intel could offer a version of the RealSense camera inside future smartphones with its processors running on Windows 10. There are rumors that Intel's recently announced Atom x3 mobile processor could be used inside Windows 10-based smartphones.
Source: BBC News
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