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Xreal launches Beam Pro, an Android-based mobile device for AR glasses, at USD 200
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Jun 18, 2024

Xreal launches Beam Pro, an Android-based mobile device for AR glasses, at USD 200

Product updates

  • Xreal has launched Beam Pro, an Android mobile device designed to accompany its AR glasses. The Beam Pro, priced at USD 200, is intended to bring Google Play Store apps to a 3D spatial environment when viewed through Xreal's AR glasses.

  • The Beam Pro features a 6.5-inch LCD 2K touchscreen display, runs on Android 14 with Xreal's NebulaOS on top, and utilizes a custom spatial UI that allows users to open and position up to two apps in 3D space. It also includes dual 50 MP 3D cameras for capturing spatial videos at 1080p 60 fps, support for cloud gaming services like Xbox Cloud Gaming, Amazon Luna, and Steam Link, and integrated speakers with Bluetooth 5.2 support.

  • Additionally, Xreal has partnered with Qualcomm to power Beam Pro's performance with a Snapdragon platform, NVIDIA for its CloudXR technology, and Amazon Web Services to leverage its cloud capabilities and enhance Beam Pro's functionality for developers to create mobile AR experiences.

  • Analyst QuickTake: The news follows Xreal’s announcement of the company’s XReal Hub charge-and-play adapter in March 2024 , priced at USD 40. The Beam augments this capability, offering dual USB ports for simultaneous use with its glasses while charging. Further, the company announced its Air 2 Ultra AR glasses in January 2024 , described as a “spatial computing” device.

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