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The UltraPhone 5000 From XYZ to Launch This Autumn With Holographic Display

Using First-Of-Its-Kind 3D Technology

August 23rd 2019

mobile phone © terovesalainen / Fotolia mobile phone © terovesalainen / Fotolia Manhattan-based OEM XYZ has just announced that it will be releasing its new flagship handset sometime this Autumn. The UltraPhone 5000 is set to be the first phone of its kind to feature a truly holographic display.

This holographic technology allows three-dimensional images to jump out of the screen and to be viewed from any angle and uses an advanced ‘hard light’ system to accomplish hand gestures. The company envisions users manipulating 3D objects as they hover over the display for gaming, for content creation and for unique UX opportunities. The API will be made available to developers starting next month.

“This new technology has the potential to completely transform the way that we interact with our devices, in the same way that multitouch and always-on Said Mr. X, company CEO.

The phone will otherwise feature top-of-the-range specs with a 3.9GHz deca-core processor, 16GB of RAM, 4 TB of storage and a 16K resolution. The handset will be made entirely from polished glass and is expected to retail for around $1,500.

XYZ is a smartphone manufacturer based in Manhattan that has been selling smartphones, tablets and related gadgets for the last 5 years. With a dedication to bringing top-end specifications that users want to see at highly competitive prices, the company has managed to craft a niche for itself among true technology fans.


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