The Samsung Galaxy Beam must have taken a few pages from the book of Nikon, who came up with a digital camera that has a built-in projector as well, where this smartphone device will also have an integrated projector. Well, good news for you then, those who own the Samsung Galaxy Beam in their pockets (or tucked away in a drawer somewhere because you did not find it too practical to use after a while), as the first firmware for the device has been released, and you can download it here.
Samsung did plan to release an update for the Samsung Galaxy Beam after summer to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (or higher, assuming something came out after ICS within the same timeframe). For those of you who have installed the firmware update, how does your Samsung Galaxy Beam fare now, is it any better than the pre-firmware update performance? Hopefully your answer would be in the affirmative.
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