The new and first smartphone named Lenovo Tango Phab 2 Pro (created by the Tango project of Google and with Lenovo support) who will go out in august 2016 in USA, and in septembre 2016 for the world, not only will be able as the other smartphones (already sold)to listen your conversations even with the smartphone shut off,
but also to remotely filming you by silently activating high-performance cameras integrated in the smartphone even if the smartphone is shut off.
Those cameras not only will film yourself, but also all around you: your family, your friends, your house. It's like walking with a Big Brother camera!
Google and Lenovo will be able thanks to this smartphone to film every inhabitant of this planet and all environments they visit.
Like a video game you follow your character and you see everything they can see.
If you are next to someone with a Tango Lenovo smartphone, you will be filmed too.
So everyone who will buy a Tango lenovo smartphone will become a walking spy for Google and Lenovo without being even aware of!
Surveillance cameras who are expensive will not be needed anymore if those smartphones are sold widely.
Will you be ok to be filmed 24h/24 and 7j/7?
But it is not the only reason the smartphone Tango lenovo is dangerous.
Indeed, the project Tango of Google that Lenovo supports is to increase the maximum impression of reality.
They are powerful enough to put a dinosaur dancing on the table of your kitchen in a video source 6 minutes 15 of the video https://youtu.be/yrkfQP4HOcg.
Tango smartphone has motion sensors and software movements, they are able to copycat movements of anyone and reproduce them.
But what if, instead a dinosaur dancing, it was you who was captured by the smartphone and then like the dinosaur, put in an other environment where your body makes the same movements it was making in the initial scene where you were being captured?
That means a criminal can capture someone walking in the street, and to put him walking in a criminal scene instead.
Thus an ordinary person bending down to pick up a packet of crisps fallen in a store can be seen instead picking up his weapon at a crime scene for the same movement if the criminal use this technology (Tango smartphones Lenovo Tango smartphones or lenovo smartphones) and then can be falsely accused.
Any hacker will be able to create realistic crime videos using random people without being aware of being used, walking in the street by capturing with Tango smartphone, their body moving, save in the movement software of the smartphone, and put them out of their initial scenes where their moving bodies have been captured, and put them in a setting completely different.
They are also able to manipulate the environment of the scene itself, create furniture that did not exist,
or in the worst case, a hacker can create a weapon 3D and create the impression that it comes from the hand of the person he captured earlier in his smartphone Tango.
From mid-September 2016, the first Tango smartphone will mark the entrance to the fake society, faked scenes and spying on people 24 hours / 24, 7/7 live film with picture, movement, play and all.
Now Google and Lenovo and all other Big Brother companies are no longer satisfied to be able to hack and copy your biometric data : iris, fingerprints, facial, voice
but now they want to hack your whole body and your movements and to use them!
All hackers from september 2016 onwards will be able to falsify the surveillance cameras.
What If in the next future, surveillance cameras are hacked and fake scenes are put in place thanks this technology?
Indeed, they don't want you to know too much about the capabilities of this smartphone because many links leading to websites talking too much about it have been deleted like this one:
That is the new project of Tango of Google. Increase the impression of reality to the maximum. And this smartphone is only the first one in the list, there will be other Tango smartphones more and more powerful than the first one, with the help, like the first one, of Lenovo who can uses this first experience too, to make smartphones of the same kind of his own.
According to Snowden, NSA and The intelligence services of the five countries of the alliance "Five Eyes" (USA, Canada, UK, New Zealand, Australia) have masterminded a plan to hack the Google application store and Samsung and spy smartphones.
That means not only Google and Lenovo can film you and hack your movements, but also NSA and the Five Eyes.
"Lenovo is the largest vendor of smartphones in China and has headquarters in many areas in USA and one prefecture in Japan. Lenovo sells products around 160 countries". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenovo
That means all citizens of 160 countries can have all their biometric data be hacked using Tango Smartphones.
Lenovo products can already be used by hackers to hack your fingerprints, your face, and so on :
« Just as fingerprint sensors can be hacked, so too can face-printing systems increasingly be used to unlock your phone or computer or to gain access to your office.
All it takes to defeat some systems, such as those on Lenovo laptops or smartphone password apps such as FastAccess Anywhere, is to hold up a photograph of the person you wish to impersonate.
This very technique has also worked with iris scanning, allowing hackers to reverse engineer the biometric information stored in a secure database and use it to print a photographic iris good enough to fool most commercial eye scanners.
There is also another category of biometrics known as behavioral biometrics, or behaviometrics, which measures the ways in which we and our bodies individually perform or behave, traits that can be just as revealing as human fingerprints.
Our keyboard typing rhythms, voices, gait and walking patterns, brain waves, and heartbeats can be quantified in ways that provide unique signatures that singly identify us. Just as anatomical biometrics are being used more frequently for security, identification, and access control, so too will the growing field of behaviometrics; in fact, it is already happening. »
Tango smartphones have fingerprint sensor that means that Google, Lenovo, NSA, Five eyes can hack very easily your biometric fingerprints. http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/news/lenovo-phab2-pro-tango-smartphone-with-4-cameras-64-inch-display-launched-847304?site=classic
NSA wants to collect all your biometric data and they have already begun with faces recognition of people http://www.scmagazine.com/nsa-collecting-images-of-people-apply-facial-recognition/article/349639/
And with Tango smartphones (Tango project of Google), they will be able to hack all your biometric data : your biometric movements, your biometric iris, your biometric face, your biometric eyes, your biometric body, your biometric voice, your biometric fingerprints, and the biometric date of people next to you even if they have no Tango smartphone, the fact than one next to them has Tango smartphone, everybody can be hacked and so on…
NSA has already hacked the biometric data base of a foreign country to spy on 850 millions people. http://www.biometricupdate.com/201406/nsa-allegedly-using-aadhaar-to-spy-on-india
Tango smartphones can be used to denounce the protesters during démonstrations:
« The Phab2 Pro also looks impressive, with a 6.4-inch display screen and four cameras to help perform its wizardry. Lenovo boasts the phone’s sensors can capture about 250,000 measurements per second. »
"A Lenovo smartphone unveiled Thursday will be clever enough to grasp your physical surroundings — such as the room’s size and the presence of other people — and potentially transform how we interact with e-commerce, education and gaming.
Today’s smartphones track location through GPS and cell towers, but that does little more than tell apps where you are. Tapping Google’s 3-year-old Project Tango , the new Phab2 Pro phone will use software and sensors to track motions and map building interiors, including the location of doors and windows.
That’s a crucial step in the promising new frontier in “augmented reality,” or the digital projection of lifelike images and data into a real-life environment.
If Tango fulfills its promise, furniture shoppers will be able use the Phab2 Pro to download digital models of couches, chairs and coffee tables to see how they would look in their actual living rooms.
(comment of the author NoBigBrother: then it can also be used to create falsely realistic criminal scenes, using someone else environment, the house of someone they hacked for example, save it, and manipulate it with Tango smartphone, for example making believe there are weapons or others things who can put the person in problem With Smartphone Tango any hacker will be able to falsely accuse you! And to make fasely scenes using your rooms!)
Kids studying the Mesozoic Era would be able to place a virtual Tyrannosaurus or Velociraptor in their home or classroom — and even take selfies with one.
(comment of the author NoBigBrother: Yeah but this capability can be used for bad purposes: hacking the body movements of someone and having the virtual someone in a criminal scene and even take selfies with the one you want to falsely accuse making believe he attacked you)
The technology would even know when to display information about an artist or a scene depicted in a painting as you stroll through a museum.
Tango will be able to create internal maps of homes and offices on the fly.
Google won’t need to build a mapping database ahead of time, as it does with existing services like Google Maps and Street View. Nonetheless, Tango could raise fresh concerns about privacy if controls aren’t stringent enough to prevent the on-the-fly maps from being shared with unauthorized apps or heisted by hackers.
Lenovo says the Phab2 Pro will sell for $500 when it begins shipping in the U.S. in August. The device is expected to be available throughout the world by mid-September, in advance of Apple’s anticipated release of the iPhone 7.
In another effort to put a new twist on smartphones, Lenovo also previewed the newest models in its Moto line, which it bought from Google two years ago.
The Moto Z and Moto Z Force will both let people snap on additional equipment called “Mods” to the back of the phones.
The initial Mods include a speaker to amplify music, a projector for displaying photos and video from the phone and a power pack that provides 22 hours of additional battery.
The phones will be available exclusively in the U.S. through Verizon this summer before a global release in the fall.
The new phones are coming out as phone sales are slowing. People have been holding off on upgrades, partly because they haven’t gotten excited about the types of technological advances hitting the market during the past few years. Phones offering intriguing new technology such as Tango could help spur more sales.
But Tango’s room-mapping technology is probably still too abstract to gain mass appeal right away, says Ramon Llamas, an analyst at the IDC research group.
“For most folks, this is still a couple steps ahead of what they can wrap their brains around, so I think there’s going to be a long gestation period,” Llamas says.
Other smartphones promising quantum leaps have flopped. Remember Amazon’s Fire phone released with great fanfare two years ago? That souped-up phone featured four front-facing cameras and a gyroscope so some images could be seen in three dimensions. The device also offered a tool called Firefly that could be used to identify objects and sounds. But the Fire fizzled, and Amazon no longer even sells the phone.
The Phab2 Pro also looks impressive, with a 6.4-inch display screen and four cameras to help perform its wizardry. Lenovo boasts the phone’s sensors can capture about 250,000 measurements per second.
(comment of the author NoBigBrother: This is a surveillance camera of a perfect spy hacker to capture everyone)
Despite all the fancy hardware, the key to the Tango phone’s success is likely to hinge on the breadth of compelling apps that people find useful in their everyday lives.
Google previously released experimental Tango devices designed for computer programmers, spurring them to build about 100 apps that should work with the Phab2 Pro. Home improvement retailer Lowe’s is releasing an app that enables Phab2 Pro users to measure spaces with the phone and test how digital replicas of appliances and other decor would look around a house.
Both large and small tech companies are betting that augmented reality, or AR , will take off sooner than later. Microsoft has been selling a $3,000 prototype of its HoloLens AR headset. Others, such as Facebook’s Oculus and Samsung, are out with virtual reality, or VR, devices. Google has one coming as well through its Daydream project. While AR tries to blend the artificial with your actual surroundings, VR immerses its users in a setting that’s entirely fabricated.
The AR and VR devices out so far invariably require users to wear a headset or glasses. In many cases, they also must be tethered to more powerful personal computers, restricting the ability to move around.
None of that is necessary with the Phab2 Pro. Instead, you get an augmented look at your surroundings through the phone’s screen.
“This has a chance to become pervasive because it’s integrated into a device that you already have with you all the time,” says Jeff Meredith, a Lenovo vice president who oversaw development of the Tango device. “You aren’t going to have to walk around a mall wearing a headset.”