During the Mobile World Congress 2016 show we had the chance to see Doogee’s latest device, more precisely the P1 compact projector. In the meeting we had with some officials of the Chinese company, we found out more about this interesting product, one that looks a lot to the popular Rubik Cube, being as colorful as the puzzle we’re talking about.
Until we’re get our hands on this projector, you can take a closer look on its design and capabilities by watching the videos below. In the first one you can see a first video unboxing of the Doogee P1 projector, product that also works as an external battery, being able to charge smartphones or tablets thanks to its 4800 mAh battery integrated in the cube.
If you wondering what specs we get in the package, well you’ll find this in the following lines. First, Doogee P1 brings a DI DLP display technology for projecting images with a 854 x 480 pixels resolution in a 16:9 format. This gadget offers a 70 lumens/3W brightness, a 800:1 contrast ratio and an LED lifetime of 20000 hours. Interesting about P1 is the fact that we have Android 4.4 KitKat as operating system.
We’re also getting 8 GB space of internal storage, 1 GB of RAM memory and even 2 speakers that produce about 2.4W. You should take in consideration that Doogee’s P1 projector is supporting Miracast, so we can share our content from smartphone or tablet straight to a wall using the projection.
For more information about Doogee P1, you can check the company’s website from here.