If you have been wondering whether any cool projectors packed with features have been unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show, look no further. The ZTE Spro 2 has been announced by this Chinese company, which claims to be the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer in the U.S., it calls the Spro 2 the “next generation smart projector.” This touchscreen touting projector runs Android and providers users with full access to the Google Play Store.

ZTE Spro 2 is capable of streaming media content through Google Play applications, has support for USB and microSD card, and can hook up to other devices through the HDMI port or Wi-Fi.

The company says that this is the first smart projector that has auto focus and auto keystone. WIth a native resolution of 1,280×720 is has an “excellent short throw ratio,” being able to project HD images up to 120-inches with a 200 lumens brightness. Spro 2 can also function as a 4G LTE mobile hotspot that provides connection for up to eight devices.

There’s a 6,300mAh battery that powers the entire package which comes in at 5.1 x 5.2 x 1.5 inches, making it very portable and easy to carry in a backpack or even a briefcase.

ZTE hasn’t said how much the Spro 2 is going to cost, only that the LTE model will be available from major carriers in the U.S. within a couple of months. A Wi-Fi only model will also be released down the line.

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