Samsung is in a roll since it started the Galaxy fever, and there’s no stopping the phone giant especially at the Mobile World Congress 2012, where it just unveiled its latest project: the Galaxy Beam.
Not to be confused with the Android Beam, Galaxy Beam takes its name from its built-in projector that can show HD projection of up to 50 feet wide with is ultra-bright 15 lumens.
The rest of the specs are not as impressive as its brothers Note and Nexus — running on Android 2.3, a 4-inch screen with a resolution of 800x400px, 5MP rear camera and 1.3MP front camera, HSPA+ connectivity, and 8GB of storage.
I’m guessing that in actual usage, this will deliver a much smaller image in regular use, say A4 size, if you want to conserve battery. More than it’s use for sales pitches and showing grandma your recent camping trip right then and there, it’s also great for apps like games and photo editors. That is if they open it up access to third parties. Stay tuned for pricing and availability.
via The VergeFiled Under: Android News