Saturday, November 10, 2012

Samsung 4-Inch Galaxy Beam Smartphone with Projector

We heard Samsung's Galaxy Beam last February of this year in World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, Spain. That make us interested on its built-in projector than the underlying specs. According to review, the smartphone is equipped with DLP Pico light-emitting device coming from Texas Instruments. However, the handset is powered by Android Gingerbread, a much older version compared to what we can get from Galaxy Notes and Tabs nowadays.

Compared to Galaxy S Advance, the device is quite similar in terms of specs. Both of these are powered by NovaThor (dual-core) processor running at 1GHz speed. Good enough to accommodate the requirements of a typical but small-size projector. Sporting a 768MB of RAM, 8GB to 16GB of storage, and features a WVGA TFT 4-inch display.

Beam and Advance are both equipped with 5-megapixel rear cameras that supports a maximum of 720-pixels resolution. This might be their shortcomings compared to some 8-megapixel cam of the newest Samsung's smartphones. See the following clip below posted by Engadget showing the performance of its camera:

Galaxy Beam is a compacted version of any other handset coming from its line.



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