Samsung announces Galaxy Beam – world’s thinnest projector smartphone

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The user’s requirements for a smartphone have changed? Users perhaps want a more convenient way to show off their pictures or videos on their smartphones while on the go, thus there is a need for a smartphone to come with built-in projector.

Samsung has announced the Samsung Galaxy Beam at the MWC 2012, which is dubbed as the world’s thinnest projector phone, measuring at 12.5mm in thickness. The 12.5mm is definitely much thicker than a number of existing Samsung smartphones, but the Beam packs a built-in projector which is simply handy for you to show off any pictures or videos on your phone on the go. It’s also useful for business users which they can carry our their presentations right on their phone. Some more, playing games on a wide projection screen might be more fun.

The Samsung Galaxy Beam is equipped with a 4-inch WVGA screen, runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, packs a 5MP camera, a 1GHz dual-core processor and an internal 8GB of memory that’s expandable via microSD card slot.

It has a 2,000 mAh battery life and the built0in projector features a 15 lumens bulb and capable of projecting 50 inch images with strong results. The Samsung Galaxy Beam is expected to hit the store before the summer.

via techdigest

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