MWC: Samsung Galaxy Beam Hands-On (Video)

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We can all remember the good old times when we considered, at least once in our lives, to purchase a mini projector (maybe like the Pico) to go with our smartphone; regardless of the content you want to show off, it could be sometimes useful to have such a functionality on a device.

Samsung seems to agree with that and the new Galaxy Beam, just announced in Barcelona at MWC, features a mini projector on the top part so both business users and casual owners of the phone who use it for entertainment can take advantage of it.

Aside from that 15-lumen projector, there’s a 4-inch WVGA display on the front, a 1GHz dual-core CPU underneath the plastic, a five-megapixel camera, and a 2,000mAh battery. One of the main features is that you’ll be able to place something underneath the phone, like a piece of paper or text, capture the content with the main camera and project it on the target surface. Neat! Check out more details in the video below!

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