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With a seemingly endless stream of flagship phones hitting the market before the holiday season, it can be easy to forget some of the other devices that play a more niche audience. The Samsung Galaxy Beam definitely belongs in this category, as it includes a built-in Texas Instruments DLP pico projector. All told, the phone faces a lofty challenge: while the projector could be useful for the PowerPoint crowd, the phone itself falls on the lower e...
You don`t see many of those around. Perhaps you`re looking in the wrong place. As always, we`re glad to be of service but, no, the Samsung i7410 didn’t ring any bells. It was the good old Phone Finder again. Anyway, this is how it started - if you`ll excuse our hazy knowledge of the Asian market. The first projector phone was a dumbphone, but the whole thing wasn`t such a dumb idea after all. There was obviously potential waiting to be unleashe...
You`ve got to hand it to Samsung, it`s not afraid to run with unconventional ideas. Last year the company offered up the enormous Galaxy Note, a mobile that swerved dangerously into tablet territory, and this year we`re treated to the Galaxy Beam -- a smart phone that contains a projector. That`s right, this mobile combines the excitement of mid-range Android action with a DIY lightshow you can project onto your bedroom wall. But before you get b...
Pros: Fun, easy-to-use projector,Comes with two high-capacity batteries,Easy-access microSD card slot,
Cons: Projector isn`t super-bright,Very expensive for a mid-range `droid,Runs Gingerbread not ICS Android,Unimpressive camera,
Never mind that the Samsung Galaxy Beam shoots 720p HD video or has a bright yellowjacket design. The one reason you`re reading this is because of the quirky smartphone`s capability to literally project the contents of your phone onto the nearest......
Pros: The Samsung Galaxy Beam comes with an integrated pico projector, a dual-core processor, 720p video capture, and a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen.
Cons: The Galaxy Beam`s projection software needs some work, the 5-megapixel camera sometimes blurs indoor shots, and the build is thicker and heavier than many of today`s phones.
Verdict: Despite weak software, the Samsung Galaxy Beam`s bright projector pushes boundaries, and strong smartphone features make it a worthy standalone device....
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