AT&T announced this morning that it plans to carry ZTE’s new SPro2, a product that has a handful of uses, but is classified as a smart projector with a touch screen that is powered by Android. No pricing or launch info was announced, but ZTE told us that it expects the device to hit store shelves of a “tier 1” carrier this quarter – that could be AT&T.
If you missed the news, the ZTE SPro2 is a smart projector that “has an excellent short throw ratio, a native resolution of 1280 x 720 and projects HD images up to 120-inches with a brightness of 200 lumens.” The device can provide up to three hours of video streaming on a single charge, thanks to its 6,300mAh battery.
Outside of being a projector that is powered by Android, it has access to Google Play, so that means you could project content (movies, games, etc.) at any time. It acts as a mobile hotspot, with 4G LTE connectivity and support for up to eight devices at a time. The SPro2 also supports micro SD cards, USB and USB sticks, and HDMI cables for streaming.
Kind of cool, right?