Beam Pro is a new gadget from Xreal, a firm best known for their augmented reality (AR) spectacles.

It looks like any other smartphone, but it works especially well with Xreal’s AR glasses.

Through the use of a customised version of Android 14 called NebulaOS by Xreal, which presents 2D apps in a 3D environment, the Beam Pro seeks to improve the usefulness of the glasses.

A significant upgrade in AR technology

The Beam Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Spatial Companion CPU and has a 6.5-inch screen with resolution of 1800×2400 pixels.

It comes with 128GB or 256GB of storage and 6GB or 8GB of RAM.

In addition, the device has a dual-lens camera that records 3D and spatial videos that can be seen through the AR glasses.

Interestingly, the Beam Pro’s film works with the Apple Vision Pro.

Unique features and capabilities

The dual Type-C ports on the Beam Pro set it apart from other Android phones.

Users can concurrently charge the device and connect it to their glasses using these ports.

Users can have two apps open side by side in their field of vision and utilise the Beam’s screen as a trackpad while they are linked to the glasses.

Additionally, the gadget is compatible with game streaming services such as Xbox Game Pass and Netflix.

Pricing and availability

Beam Pro’s base model, with 6GB/128GB capacity, costs $199; an 8GB/256GB version costs $250.

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