Chinese high-tech firm Protruly, a company with experience in making night vision equipment and video walls, showcased their Darling VR smartphone, at the China Hi-Tech Fair in Shenzhen on Thursday. Using a special algorythm that can take 360° panorama videos and photos, the Darling VR smartphone features the world’s first 360° live virtual reality streaming camera for smartphones.
Protruly claim that it can even remotely detect the human body temperature without touching.
The Darling has a 5.5″ Full HD display, powered by a Deca Core CPU running at 2.5GHz speed, as well as a powerful Mali-T880 GPU graphic processor.
The standard version comes with a price tag of $600, but Protruly is also selling a limited edition diamond and gold encrusted version, costing around $1300.