Every so often you’ll find Chinese manufacturer ZTE come up with some neat Android-powered projectors. We’ve played with the Spro 2 all the way back last year. It got picked up by AT&T and everyone went along their merry little ways.

Fast forward more than a year and we find that T-Mobile has a product listing for the Snapdragon 801-toting pico projector in its support column. Sources to TmoNews say that band support has been tweaked for the Un-carrier’s HSPA and LTE bands (including band 12).

We might see this device launch Tuesday, June 7. No word on pricing, but AT&T charged $399.99 for the device at launch.

Source: T-Mobile, TmoNews

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