Based on Android M, it has an 8.4-inch touch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels and a minimum size (228 x 150 x 24.8 mm) so that it can also be handled in the palm of the hand. tablet version, which is activated with a single touch when the projector is deactivated.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC of the 810/625 family, 3GB RAM and an entire memory from 32 to 128GB expandable up to 2TB complete the hardware side. It does not use LEDs but Laser technology to reach a brightness of 500 lumens (more than twice the SPRO 2, 200 lumens), which for the Chinese is the ideal value to ensure good vision both under the sun and in the dark.
The projected image reaches up to 80 inches if you stay at a distance of 2.4 meters (and the resolution 1280 x 780 pixels); the audio system supplies a maximum power of 4 Watts and works by JBL. The 12100 mAh battery is promising. The company guarantees up to six hours of continuous screening.
From instant pairing via Qr Scanner to 4G connectivity, WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI, Wireless HDMI and USB 3.0, via voice controls and compatible accessories (remote control, USB Camera, keyboard, gamepad, mouse and speaker), the global vice president of ZTE Jaiman Lam insisted on how the goal is to spread the SPRO Plus as the best second screen to have next to the smartphone. The cards on the table seem to have had them, although a lot will depend on the price with which they will be marketed (both in WiFi only and in WiFi-4G) starting next summer.