The all new Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 has just been officially introduced in China. Featuring a built-in mini projector that supports 800 x 480 resolution, this lower-midrange handset packs a 4.66-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen display, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, a microSD card slot, a 5MP rear-facing camera, TD-SCDMA (China’s Mobile’s unique flavor of 3G), […]
Remember Samsung Galaxy Beam? It was one of the first smartphones on the market that included a built-in projector — a trend that never caught up in the global market There seems to be some demand for such a gadget in China, as Samsung...Show More Summary
Back in 2010 Samsung launched the original Samsung Galaxy Beam i8520. The phone ran Android 2.1 which was a bit outdated at the time as Android 2.2 launched just a few months prior. It was powered by a 720MHz OMAP 3440 processor paired with 384MB of RAM and a PowerVR SGX 530 GPU driving a 3.7” WVGA Super AMOLED display. Show More Summary
Chances are your phone doesn't have a built-in projector -- and it never will. But there's at least a small subset of the Chinese market that apparently has a need for an entry-level smartphone capable of projecting dim videos and presentation slides...
Samsung's original Galaxy Beam, which incorporated a miniature pico projector, didn't make much of a splash when it launched globally back in 2012. But it seems Samsung's not done with this quirky smartphone design just yet, as a successor has today appeared on its Chinese site with support for the China Mobile network.
'Baby crying detector' beams notifications to your Gear smartwatch Samsung smartphones are all about the features, but one unique capability we didn't hear about at the Galaxy S5's Barcelona launch event is its apparent ability function as a baby monitor. Show More Summary
I know that Samsung must have tried pretty hard to come up with a device that they hoped would be the bee’s knees, which is a smartphone that has a built-in projector in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Beam, not to mention whispers of a successor in the pipeline having made its way out, too. Show More Summary
It was a wee bit more than two years ago that Samsung announced a smartphone with a built-in projector, calling it the Samsung Galaxy Beam for obvious reasons. I suppose that the idea of such a handset was this – if smartphones withShow More Summary
At Mobile World Congress in 2012, Samsung announced a pico projector smartphone known as the Galaxy Beam. Although it was a cool concept, the phone's downfall was its middling specs, aging OS and large chassis. Two years later, it appears that...
We wouldn't say that smartphone projectors have exactly caught fire, Samsung's Galaxy Beam notwithstanding. Part of the problem is the extra bulk required by pico projector components, which is where Texas Instruments comes in with its new HD "Tilt...
Exquisite taste actuarial price Smartphone essential specifications | 4.3-inch big screen +1.2 GHz dual-core +500 megapixel camera socialize Lifestyle big upgrade | S Beam / NFC Sharing + Dr.eye Dictionary fast simple intuitive operation...Show More Summary
Welcome to the future! a Samsung rep proclaimed during the company's new product presentation in Berlin yesterday. Yes, something out of sci-fi! he beamed. The rep was wearing the new Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, proudly showing it off for the journalists in the room and the tech geeks watching along at home. The future has arrived... again, I suppose. Read more...
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Samsung Galaxy Beam Android 4.1 update test build has leaked, the update is expected to be released towards the end of July. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Samsung takes their own sweet time to update their mid-range Galaxy devices to Android 4.1.2 but thankfully, we’re here! Today we want to share the last test firmware based on Android 4.1.2 for the Galaxy Beam. There aren’t many interface differences but the device feels like reborn with faster performance and better battery life. Show More Summary
Sprint today announced that Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is ready for the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. The system software, which can be downloaded and installed over the air, adds Google Now, Android Beam, Project Butter, actionable notifications, and Swype, as well as giving Google Maps indoor walking directions and Zagat ratings. The update is free to install and use.
-It feels like an episode of Glee, but here’s mobile commerce brand Mobeam’s celebrating the fact that it’s part of the newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy SIV, which allows beaming of traditional 1-D barcodes. link; link -A shark has unfortunately died after being placed in a backyard pool during a Kmart commercial shoot. Show More Summary
S Beam on the Samsung Galaxy S3 makes terrific use of NFC. (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) Tapping your phone on a console to pay for fries and a Coke is cool. Yet until the stars align, it's not how you'll be using NFC, the near field communications standard that gets devices talking to one another quickly and in a very short range. Show More Summary