Displaying three-dimensional content has always aroused curiosity and interest from fans, although its effective deployment has been hampered by the obligation to use special glasses that you do not always want to wear.
To solve this problem ZTE proposes Mango 3D SY553, one very special smartphone that allows you to view movies, photos and games in 3D without the need to wear any special glasses.
In fact, the device integrates a lenticular technology that allows you to replace the paper glasses themselves: by this technology, the display shows three-dimensional images processed by an algorithm that makes the human eye perceives a 3D image.
The operation is activated in three distinct areas: the display of the local display, online content and pictures and recorded videos.
The pre-installed 3D application lets you download movies in 3D, to add to existing playlist of special content. To tell you the manufacturer, the display of three-dimensional content on Mango 3D SY553 offers a better experience than the film because it was not necessary to wear glasses allows you to see sharper and clearer images.
As regards access to three-dimensional content on the web, the device allows you to download movies, videos, photos and free or paid online games (including content for virtual reality) by major platforms, as 3dcrave.com, 3doo.com , latv3D.net and 3dstreaming.org.
Below the main features of Mango 3D SY553:
metal back cover with curved design
color Rose Gold
sensor for fingerprints with app lock for the protection of personal content
size: 155.3×77.2×8.80mm to 170 grams in weight
LED display 5.5 “full HD resolution with a 3D sheet
octa-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 MSM8952 1.5GHz
3GB of RAM
32GB of internal memory expandable up to an additional 128GB
dual SIM dual standby
Dolby surround sound system
connectivity 4G LTE FDD and TDD, WiFi 802.11 b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS
front camera 8MP
13mp rear camera with LED flash and f / 2.2
3000mAh battery fast charge (2 ½ hours to fully recharge)
Mango 3D SY553 shooting 3D images by combining two photos that are “added” by software (a guide that shows you what to do inside the app camera), while 3D video is made possible through a software conversion.