Project Your Videos With This New Smartphone
Watching movies on a screen that is big enough to fit in the palm of your hand is no fun.
But we have all done it, and we have done it while peering over a friend’s shoulder to see a cute panda sneezing on YouTube too.
Life does not have to be this hard, though – it is 2016 and we have options for how we want to view media.
Screens are getting bigger and we can even lay them on an angle as well. But one of the biggest advancements is the new built-in projector on this phablet by Akyumen Holofone that can beam onto any surface.
Pretty cool, right?
There are a few awesome features of this phablet that really stand out that we would like to take the time to highlight.
The projector can beam an image as wide as 16 feet from corner to corner. There is a 128 Gigabyte memory, 13-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera – so it will be great for selfies; on the 7in. screen display you can see 1080p Full HD Resolution videos or movies.
It offers an Intel Cherry Trail 8300 Quad Core Processor with 4 Gigabyte RAM. This smartphone is compatible with both Android and Windows OS and has 4g LTE Connectivity and offers Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth and GPS. Not to mention standard features such as a texting and calling capabilities.
Interested in getting one for yourself or that special someone? Why wouldn’t you be? This is going to be one of the guaranteed hottest releases of 2016. You can pre-order one for $750 – $950.
They will not be released until June 29, 2016. There are color options to choose from for example you can order white, black or red with your choice of package – from basic to premium.
Are you interested in professional video production services so you can utilize the sweet projector function on this smartphone with your own videos?
At Omni Media, we offer a variety of video production services that can accommodate your needs. Contact us at 1.800.561.OMNI (6664) today to learn more.
Tags: New Technology, Online Video Production and Economic Growth, Projector, Smartphone, YouTube