Meet ZTE's Spro Plus, an Android-powered smart projector
ZTE mains announcement that this year mobile congress in Barcelona surprisingly not a phone but in state of smart portable projector.
The Spro Plus is a 8.4 inch device that doubles up as a projector and a tablet and weighs almost 2.2 pounds.
It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and uses lasers in the projector instead of LED bulbs.
The resulting HD projection is bright and vibrant, even in a lit room, and is definitely impressive to behold.
While I personally have no need of such a device, it could be a good idea to lug around one to watch Netflix and chill while on vacation.
And you don't have to worry about the battery life either, it comes packing a 12100 mAh battery and has a projection time of six hours, enough for two really long movies.
If you're using it as a tablet the 8.4 inch device features a 2k display plus a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and can also serve as an LTE hotspot.
ZTE hasn't yet reviewed how much it will be selling the projector for, but we do know that it will make a debut globally in markets this summer.
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