The Samsung Galaxy Beam is an unusual Android phone - it looks like the typical slab with a dual-core processor and moderately large, 4-inch screen, but if you take a closer look, you’d notice that it comes with a built-in projector. Unblemished with 15 lumens of brightness, it will stretch out pictures from that 4-inch screen to up to a 50-inch frame. You can play movies, photos, and slideshows, mirror what’s on your phone and even highlight stuff with the built-in application. You can also use the Beam’s projector as a very powerful flashlight with colors of your choice. Wow, isn’t it?
Samsung is trying to get a firm grip into the projector phone segment with the inauguration of Galaxy Beam, which is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread based smartphone with 1.0 GHz dual-core processor. Enabling the segments of a smartphone and projector as well. Despite featuring a full built-in projector, the Galaxy Beam measures just 12.5 mm thick and features an ergonomic design. It has 8 GB of internal memory which can be expanded to 32 GB using SD card and a 2000 mAh battery, with 5mp rear camera and a front vga camera. Display seems to be also good with 4.0 inch AMOLED screen.
What techdoll came through with this review is that this phone is more of a smart phone for younger generations than an essential corporate tool. The projector simply seemed to be better suited for casual multimedia storing than pro tasks.
Well but its your call, so techdoll will like to hang about quite on it….
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