Samsung Galaxy Beam stops by the FCC with AT&T radios on board

If a smartphone with a built-in pico projector is a device that you’ve always wanted, then you might recall the Samsung Galaxy Beam Android handset that was announced earlier this year at MWC 2012. It was reported that the device would be headed to Asia and there was no mention of it arriving stateside, at least until now when a FCC filing for the Galaxy Beam was spotted with AT&T’s bands built into the device. The FCC filing revealed 3G support for the GSM 1900MHz and 850MHz bands but unfortunately apart from that, no official word from Samsung or AT&T regarding the availability of the device just yet.

For those who missed our coverage during MWC, the Galaxy Beam features a built-in pico projector capable of projecting displays up to 50” in size, a 1GHz processor, 768MB of RAM, a 4” display and will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board. [Image credit – Engadget]

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