Doogee had a few itms on show at MWC (despite not having an official booth, but one of the most interesting was the Doogee P1 Projector.
This year we are going to see smartphone makers diversify their ranges more than ever before and for the first time Doogee has released a product that’s not a phone or a wearable.
Looking very similar to a Rubik’s cube, the Doogee P1 is a tiny portable projector with 70 lumens LED bulb and a run time of 3 hours. The colourful cube has WIFI and will connect to Android devices (Miracast) or iOS/OSX(Airplay) to allow mirroring of content or (in the case of OSX) act as a second projected screen.
Doogee have included a built in Android 4.4 Kitkat OS on the P1 so that you can run apps natively and then either use an application and your mobile phone or a wired mouse to control them. Another option is to hook up a gamepad some projected gaming.
Technical specs include 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, 2 x 1.2W speakers, 4800mah battery and built-in fan. Dimensions are a compact 62 x 62 x 62mm. The projector displays at a resolution of 854 x 480.
Doogee P1 Projector gallery
If those features weren’t enough then you can also use the P1 as a powerbank to recharge your mobile devices via USB OTG.
Doogee plan to release their projector next month for around $100 and judging by the interest it received at MWC it could sell rather well.
Doogee P1 Projector hands on video