nreal Announces Hardware Partnership with Black Shark

nreal showcases gaming content streaming through tethered Black Shark 2 at E3 2019

Los Angeles, California, June 12, 2019 / PRNewswire / -- nreal, developer of the consumer-grade mixed reality (MR) glasses, announces its partnership with Black Shark at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2019.

Through the partnership, nreal light can be tethered to the Black Shark’s Black Shark 2, a world leading gaming smartphone that offers high-end hardware specs and superior computing power on the latest Snapdragon 855 platform.

With mobile smartphones long a gaming hub, the partnership earmarks nreal’s natural move to materially expand its content offering for gamers, and inspire developers to enhance their games with a mixed reality gaming environment by creating new games or porting existing game titles to MR.

“The fully compatibility between Black Shark 2 and nreal light marks the future of a new generation of gaming that enhances one’s favorite game titles to become more immersive,” said David Li, Global VP at Black Shark.

“Together with Black Shark, nreal is introducing a completely new type of mobile gaming experience through the introduction of a frictionless way to enhance even existing mobile games with an immersive mixed reality environment, “said Chi Xu, CEO of nreal. “We welcome more game developers to join us and explore this exciting future.”

Aiming to make mixed reality accessible to everyone, nreal light is available to consumers for $499 USD and will ship in limited quantities this year, while being available for mass production in early 2020.

Developers can apply to get early access to get the nreal light developer kit for $1,199 USD.

Developers can apply on today.

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About nreal

Founded in January 2017, nreal is a developer of ready-to-wear mixed reality glasses. Its flagship product, nreal light, is the first lightweight and comfortable mixed reality glasses, sporting an industry-leading vivid display combined with SLAM-based environmental understanding AI algorithms for an immersive experience. nreal has raised $31 million three previous rounds of funding from investors including China Everbright Limited New Economy Fund, China Growth Capital (CGC), Shunwei Capital, iQIYI , APlus, and Siasun.

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