The Samsung Galaxy Beam impressed quite a lot of people when it was unveiled at MWC this year, and it looks like the phone is about to hit retail outlets. According to reports online, Samsung will be pushing out the Galaxy Beam in April, with its first market being Asia. The phone has been confirmed by Samsung spokespeople according to IBN Live, but we have yet to see an official statement from the company.
In case you’ve forgotten, the Samsung Galaxy Beam is an Android smartphone that features a built-in projector. It has a 4″ 480×800 WVGA TFT display, with a 1GHz dual-core processor under its hood, 768MB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded by an additional 32GB via microSD card. It will also feature a 5MP rear-facing camera with built-in flash, a 1.3MP front-facing camera and will be able to record/playback videos in 720p HD quality at 30fps.
No word on when it’ll hit the States but we’ll keep you posted when we find out.
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