Samsung's projector phone beamed up to Blighty
Hit the wall
Samsung's Galaxy Beam - the smartphone with a built-in projector - is set to hit UK shelves this month after retailers revealed its expected release date.
The Samsung Galaxy Beam was on show at Mobile World Congress in February, sporting a 4in, 480 x 800 display and a 1Ghz dual-core processor running Android 2.3.
The obvious selling point here, though, is the handset's projector capabilities, able to cast a 50in beam with a 720p resolution. Other specs include 8GB of internal memory, a 5Mp camera and a reasonable battery capacity of 2000mAh.
The Carphone Warehouse has listed the Galaxy Beam as coming in June 2012, with punters able to register their interest from today. Prices have yet to be revealed. ®
Way to miss the point, bud.
He's saying that even though he will probably never use the primary feature of this phone, he still, in for some inexplicable reason, wants to buy it.
Same argument applies to the majority of people who buy big 4x4s with the ability to drive over mountains; in all probability they'll never use the capability, but it's nice to know they could if they wanted to.
Never mind the pixels, feel the lumens.
A video projector that only works in coal mine at midnight worse than useless
Re: Being suspicious of children says more about you than them
that's funny, we like your wife more too
And take my money!
Re: A 50 inch beam, you say?
It's not so much the size as the lumens that matters.