Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Samsung Galaxy Beam

World’s first smartphone with built-in projector and brilliant Super AMOLED screen
The Samsung Galaxy Beam(Model: GT-I8520), first unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2010 in February this year, is designed to provide users with a rich mobile web experience and best-of-class multimedia features. Packed with a built-in Texas Instruments Pico projector, 8-megapixel camera and multi video codec support, the Galaxy Beam offers consumers the capability to switch between entertainment and professional mode easily. With a projection screen size of 5 to 50-inches, the Galaxy Beam toggles between a personal home theater system to a portable business projector to suit every need.

Powered by Android 2.1, the Galaxy Beam enjoys a variety of applications from the Android Market, which allows users to extend the benefits and excitement of their smartphone experience. Users also have access to Google mobile services such as Google Search, Gmail, and Google Maps.Multi-tasking is a breeze with Galaxy Beam smart applications, which allow users to update social networking accounts like Facebook, check emails, listen to music and send messages without having to open and close applications. Users can stay connected with social networks through Samsung’s Social Hub and Social Calendar, which offers convenient, single-point access to all email accounts, calendars and personal contacts. The impressive battery life offers users up to 7 hours of continuous talktime and 530 hours of standby time.