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Samsung Beam mobile projector
Mark Peters : February 25th 2010 - 14:00 CET
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Samsungsumsung mobile phone projector : We are already familiar with projectors from diverse users, mostly subdivided in a business and a consumers group. Lately, we have seen an expansion in application possibilities. Nikon has a camera in its assortment, the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj, with a built-in projector. This has a fairly high gadget feeling, but still, handy uses can be invented with it. But Samsung has also found the opportunity to integrate a projector into the cell phone. The Samsung i8520 Beam was introduced at the MWC 2010 and of course immediately demonstrated. The Samsung Beam is the first Android smartphone with projector and support for HD video recording.

Samsung Beam mobile

Samsung Beam mobile projector
Google Android OS version 2.1 is used on the Samsung i8520 mobile projector phone. With this Android version, the Samsung Beam projector handset also becomes a very accessible phone that additionally has a start screen that can easily be installed according to one’s own wishes, with favorite software Apps. However, the most remarkable part of the Samsung i8520 Beam is the display. With its Super AMOLED, this Samsung Android smartphone, just like the Samsung Wave, is making the competition literally pale in comparison in terms of display and experience.

Samsung Beam mobile projector

Samsung Beam projector phone
The Super AMOLED and AMOLED technology is part of the Samsung strategy with which it is uniquely distinguishing itself from the competition. Seeing is believing, and whoever gets the chance to hold a Samsung mobile phone equipped with Super AMOLED, will promptly agree. This part gives Samsung a head start on the competition, and could very well become very important for the coming year. s soon as a Samsung i8520 Beam smartphone will be available for testing, a detailed Samsung Beam review will be published, with a high resolution photo gallery.

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