Lenovo please do patternize this, before the 'Other' guys take it and claim it as it own..
i'm seeing ifun fan's are little disturbed here saying they have a patent BUT here Lenovo not only projects a keyboad but the whole screen. if it projects the whole screen, the keyboad is a part of the screen not to forget. they can simply cut the sole keyboard projecting idea which again is the copy cat of laser keyboards not an inovation who ever patented it is living in stoneage.
all in all it all looks like a dream to me. but good concept lenovo. keep going. pls improove camera life and photo app. 16mp is sick from z2 pro compared to the one of note 4
"The technology makes use of a laser projector, a first on any smartphone" THE FIRST. NOT SAMSUNG OR MICROSOFT
ryan, 28 May 2015Samsung did this long ago. right? atleast get the full detail before posting
These guys are the first to do this with a phone, sammy didn't do this, they made a projector phone without the ability to control it, microsoft didn't do it with the control function either.
There is a laser keyboard but that's not a projection of the devices screen.
Great idea, but not a great handset.
Anonymous, 28 May 2015Lol.. Samsung done this donkey years ago..The ability to read would help a lot here..
Anonymous, 28 May 2015Lol.. Samsung done this donkey years ago..No they didn't..
I like the concept, it has amazing potential.
As for battery life, I'm guessing it will have a big battery. And we can use with a charger attached, if needed.
And I wouldn't mind a 10mm thickness for this functionality, provided its good overall in other features.
Hmm I see two possible options here
a) It will be so weak that it only works in really dark conditions
b) It will be so bright that the battery drains quickly - not the mention the accidental 'blinding' danger.