ZTE Brings Its Spro 2 Pico-projector To Verizon - GSMArena Blog

By 05:10 Mon, 26 Jul 2021 Comments

The ZTE Spro 2 is an odd (but probably useful) pairing between a pico-projector and an LTE hotspot. Oh, and it runs Android. With full access to the Google Play Store. And it has a 5-inch touchscreen. You're probably intrigued by now.

Well, if your interest has been piqued, you should know that starting today there's a version of the Spro 2 out which works with Verizon's network. Up until this point you were only able to acquire an AT&T-compatible model, which retails for $499.

The poor news is that, for whatever reason, the iteration which supports Verizon's bands is $100 more expensive. ZTE will gladly sell you one, through its official website, for $599. That's hefty, yes, but then this is a pretty unique device, and it stands in a niche of its own.

The Spro 2 is powered by the elegant Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, it's got 150Mbps LTE, 2GB of RAM, Bluetooth, as well as HDMI and Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports. The projector part spits out a 120" 720p image at 200 lumens. There's a 6,300 mAh battery inside, keeping things running, which will last for 3 hours when projecting, and up to 10 hours when you utilize the Spro 2 solely as a Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) hotspot.

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