ZTE Spro Plus Android smart projector doubles as a ‘Tablet’

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ZTE at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona presented a wide range of devices including the Spro Plus that doubles up as a portable projector and a touch screen tablet. The Spro Plus is a smart projector and successor of the Spro 2 which was ZTE’s Android pico projector. It is a mid-range chunky tablet that lets you cast 80 inch images on your wall like a smart projector.

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The Chinese manufacturer, presented the ZTE Spro Plus that has the form factor and the power of an Android tablet. Alongside it also unveiled the new generation of Blade V7 and V7 Lite smartphones. These two stylish smartphones are 5.2-inch ans 5-inch midrange Android handsets that will be available in select countries. It also unveiled the iCharming, a connected ring micro wearable that is used for activity tracking, taking photos through the smartphone’s camera and also has an SOS function that sends messages to a selected contact.

ZTE Spro Plus

Quick look at the ZTE Spro Plus specs

  • The device features a 8.4-inch built-in display with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution
  • Runs on Android Marshmallow
  • It is powered by 3GB RAM
  • It has a maximum inbuilt storage of 128 GB and is also expandable via microSD card
  • Inbuilt laser projector with 500 lumens brightness
  • Projects up to 80-inch image from a distance of 2.4 meters
  • There are two variants. One with Wi-Fi and other 4G / WiFi
  • Backed by a 12,100mAH battery.

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The Spro Plus smart projector comes in a slim new design that also has curved edges in gold or silver finish. It comes with a special IR Touch Pen, game controller, tripod and a carry bag. This all-in one machine will definitely cost as much as a dedicated projector.

Get heard. Do you know other features of the ZTE Spro Plus smart projector tablet? Let us know by commenting in the section below.

Originally published at techliveinfo.com on February 24, 2016.

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