Making some special revolutionary things is always a lengthy process, even though we would sometimes really appreciate some faster development. But on the other hand we can understand it takes time and just cross fingers, like with the very interesting projector-phone HOMTOM P1. Today the makers released a new teaser video and we can gather some new bits and pieces about the specs from it.
We already know, that HOMTOM P1 will be packing an OSRAM illumination and Texas Instruments DLP pico projector with native HD resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and capable of delivering brightness of 150 lumens. That’s quite some very solid numbers for a pico projector, especially a one integrated in a phone piece you are always carrying in your pocket. Portable and convenient at its best. Today we can add to it also 3D glass optical lenses, LED digital light procession and manual focus by sliding.
As for the actual hardware specs inside we know it will have a a big 5500 mAh battery with quick charge capable of supporting 360 minutes of the projection, which is quite a feat on its own and a liquid cooling system for the phone to keep temps controlled. From the pictures it also looks like there will be a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, but that’s only guessing. And the video today finally revealed some innards including the Helio P23 processor, 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.
Still not a word about actual release or the pricing, but HOMTOM confirmed their coming to the MWC 2019 in late February, so we can expect to get some more details directly there. Until then all the info available is from their official website.