Chinese smartphone maker, LeTv has announced the launch of its innovative 3D helmet along with the LeMe Bluetooth headphones and a super cycle in the Indian market.
The Letv 3D helmet is a virtual reality headset which comes with an embedded display. It has got a 5.5inch 2k display from Sharp with 2560x1440 resolution. It comes with 70 degree field of vision and features a myopia dioptre adjustment range of 0-800 degrees.
While it can support full HD content @60 fps in 3D as well as 2D format, it can provide a virtual experience of a 1000 inch screen. It has got a USB Type C port to connect with the phone's MHL signal input and also has a 3.5mm jack for connecting headphones. The company has not yet disclosed the price of the helmet in India, however, in China, it is being sold for 1999CNY (approximately Rs 20,500).
Dickson Lee, General Manager, APAC Smart Device, Letv says, "It is our constant endeavour to provide our consumers with the most innovative products and best in class experiences. With the new devices, we aim to offer a unique combination of amazing features, and top performance support with good battery life packed in a sleek design."