ZTE also had its fair share of products on display at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Among these devices and tech, the nubia Pad 3D caught our eye. But we also got intrigued by the nubia Neovision Glass.
Let’s talk about these two a bit.
nubia Pad 3D
ZTE partnered with eyewear-free 3D developer Leia Inc. to develop the nubia Pad 3D. It is equipped with Leia’s 3D Lightfield technology and artificial intelligence computing power to match different 3D application scenarios. This tablet supports AI Face Tracking to match the best view (eight views maximum) in real-time. This tech allows for real-time AI-based 2D to 3D conversion, AI-powered 3D content shot with its front or rear cameras, and compatibility with popular AI 3D apps. This slate boasts the largest 3D content ecosystem for now, with support for features like 3D video chat, 3D private cinema, immersive 3D games, and more.
The nubia Pad 3D has a 12.4-inch 2.5K display with four symmetrical speakers with support for Dolby Surround Sound. This means you can expect an immersive audio and visual experience on this tablet. It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, Android 13, and a 9,700mAh battery with 33W fast-charging support. ZTE plans to open pre-orders for the nubia Pad 3D on March 23, with shipping starting on April 11. However, we don’t have pricing info yet.
nubia Neovision Glass
ZTE also had a pair of its first augmented reality eyewear at MWC. The nubia Neovision Glass comes in a more wearable form factor in a design that reminds me of sunglasses you wear for skiing. But you can’t use this untethered. But this plug-and-play approach means the wearable itself is lightweight. The Neovision Glass weighs in at just 79g. You get micro-OLED screens in front of your eyeballs with 3,500ppi and a binocular resolution of 1080p. That’s equivalent to a 120-inch screen floating before your eyes. For audio, it has two omnidirectional speakers and a cyclonic sound tank to give you that up-close, cinematic feel.
The nubia Neovision Glass is advertised to work with everything from phones and computers to consoles. These AR glasses support different magnetic lenses, including support for prescription glasses, so you can keep the pair on and see what’s happening around you.
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