ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia launched the NeoAir VR 360-degree camera at an event in China. However, the smartphone wasn’t the only product which became official on that occasion. ZTE also announced the nubia NeoAir VR camera. The Nubia NeoAir VR Panoramic Camera can record and capture 360-degree panoramic photos (at 3,008×1,504 resolution) and videos (shot in 2,560×1,280.)
This is a small device that boasts two fisheye lenses, each with a 210-degree field of view. The NeoAir creates 360-degree photos (at 3,008×1,504 resolution) and videos (shot in 2,560×1,280). It features two 210-degree fish-eye lens on adjacent sides and you can preview the photos or videos by connecting the camera to a phone via a USB Type-C port. This naturally means that the camera will only support USB Type-C smartphones.
Nubia have stated that Android 5.1 or later will be compatible with at least 2GB of RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 or 800 series or MediaTek Helio X series, Exynos 7410/8890 or flagship Huawei Kirin 9xx series SoCs. The Nubia NeoAir VR is touted as the world’s smallest panoramic camera that weighs only 26.5 grams and looks particularly smart!