Samsung Galaxy Beam Review
Samsung Galaxy Beam :
The 2102 Mobile World Congress was in full swing, as almost a dozen smartphones by leading brands such as Sony, Samsung, HTC, etc. were unveiled. All the brands did their best to hog the limelight. However, few of them were really outstanding and became the head turners of the show. One of such gadget was Samsung Galaxy Beam.
Samsung Galaxy Beam Design :
Samsung has now entered the affray with its latest smartphone Galaxy Beam. It is a unique creation by the South Korean giant. It allows the users to project images up to 50 inches in size on flat surface. It supports picture quality of 720pixels. It is an excellent toy for photograph slideshows and movies. The smartphone boosts a projector that has a brightness of 15 Lumens that makes it capable to be used outside. The phone has a standard size of 12.5 mm thick as well as 4 inches wide; however the strong backlighting of the allows the device to project images to 50 inches across.
Samsung Galaxy Beam Processor :
The smartphone is powered by 1 GHz dual-core processor. The device operates on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. There are chances that you would get an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for the device in the future. The smartphone features 768 MB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy Beam Memory :
The smartphone has an on-board memory of 8GB, however using a micro SD card you can expand the memory up to 32 GB.
Samsung Galaxy Beam Camera :
Samsung Galaxy Beam has a primary camera of 5 mega pixels, where as the secondary front-facing camera is of 1.4 mega pixels.
Samsung Galaxy Beam Price and Availability :
The expected release date of Samsung Galaxy Beam is July 2012. Moreover, there are rumors that the smartphone will be available in the market with a price tag of £385, which is a little more than $600.
Samsung Galaxy Beam Battery :
The 2000mAh battery is perfect to power the projector. The manufacturer claims that the lamp of the smartphone will last 20,000 hours.
The lens, lamp, and battery, enhances the profile of the impressive 12.5 mm thin smartphone.
Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade is expected for the device, however the manufacturer hasn’t promised any.
Samsung Galaxy Beam isn’t the first mobile phone that has cramped a micro-projector in its case. To your surprise this is not the first cell phone by Samsung that has a micro-projector. On the other hand, it is the first that would be shipped with Android operating system.
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