Indian mobile enthusiasts always appreciate Samsung for its ever-green technologies; one more innovation is launched in India. This time Samsung has launched a high-end smartphone named Samsung Galaxy Beam that was very popular for its delay than features. At last, the latest device uniquely brings built-in DLP WVGA 15 Lumens Projector with HD Projection Up-To 50-Inch (1,300 mm) Wide for the Indian Samsung Galaxy fans. Some potential sources even stated that Samsung Mobile has started taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Beam at Samsung India’s e-store in India with the full payment of Rs 29,900.
It has dimensions of 124 x 64.2 x 12.5 mm and weighs 145.3 g. The phone also comes with 4.0 inches wide screen that has 480 x 800 pixels resolutions and Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colours. Built-in HD projector and Touch-sensitive controls are the two additional qualities of the phone. The Galaxy Beam has 5 MP auto-focus rear camera along with LED flash, face detection, geo-tagging to offer amazing photo shooting experience. As well, its 1.3MP front-facing camera and 720p video recording features make it more striking.
Sadly, the Galaxy Beam is powered by the version Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread) instead of 4.1 or at least 4.0 and supported by the powerful Dual-core 1 GHz Cortex-A9 processor. Even as a Projector Smartphone, its 2000mAh battery may not be enough. Galaxy Beam offers 8 GB storage and 768 MB RAM internal memory space as well comes with an extendable memory up to 32 GB via microSD card slot. It runs on both of the networks, 2G and 3G. It also has local Wi-Fi connectivity, e-mail, and web browsing, including built-in GPS receiver. Certainly, projector view is the unique feature but it actually made it a fat phone by today’s standards at 12.5 mm thickness.